The new Celerra – Mho has a fully integrated system and you can’t say it’s an e-bike from the first look. It has super lightweight of about 11.9 kg
The handling of the DRAG Mho is predictable and agile and it feels light-footed even without the support of the motor.
It seems that we can only talk about its weight, but it is without a doubt very surprising. But of course, there is more. The DRAG Celerra MHO is powered by an e-bike motion X35 engine, which has been developed by Mahle. It has a 40Nm of torque on the rear hub and a hyper-slim 252W/hour battery embedded in the down tube of the frame, which draws power from the 460 Wh battery, expandable to 208 Wh more thanks to a package that can be mounted externally to the frame. The external battery adds 1.5 kg.
The drive motor installed in the rear wheel hub, engage assistance fluidly and silently. When you stop pedaling, or your speed exceeds 25 km/h, power output stops with no sensation of braking friction.
All this gear connects to a central unit via ANT +, so we constantly know the power data and battery reserves. All of this has a central point, which is the iWOC control button that is mounted on top of the frame, with 3 power settings.
In addition to the LED located in the horizontal tube, we can know the state of the battery charge and the assistance mode that we are using both on the mobile phone, through the e-Bike motion application, and on a cycle computer with ANT + connectivity. In the mobile application we can also configure the power offered by the motor in each of the three levels to our liking and associate our heart rate monitor so that the assistance modes change according to our heart beating.