Volt Reveals Second Generation Infinity E Bike

The second-generation Infinity is every bit as good as the original, if not better. It features a Shimano Steps e bike system and an Alfine automatic gearbox.

A product image of the Volt Infinity e bike
A hell of an addition to the Volt lineup and just in time for Xmas © Credit to Volt

Volt, one of the UK’s best electric bike providers, has recently updated its flagship model, Infinity, improving it in multiple areas.

Take its power, for example, power that now makes use of Shimano’s 250W Steps central drive system, offering a smooth and seamless ride each and every time.

The battery consists of a 504-Wh unit that’s seamlessly integrated into the downtube for a sleek, minimalist aesthetic. Charging the bike will take, roughly, four hours tops.

This is a UK-made e bike, so top speed is limited to 15.5 mph total. Range-wise, the Infinity is said to travel up to 90 miles on a single charge before needing some juice.

According to Volt, the updated Infinity is the most premium in the lineup, building on the previous version’s stylings.

The SR Suntour suspension fork is one of the main highlights as it ensures comfort no matter the terrain. Shimano S700 Alfine hydraulic disc brakes are another premium fixture that ensures riders have complete control over the bike at all times.

The platform the Infinity is built on is a lot more versatile this time around, allowing riders to take full advantage of its hybrid characteristics.

The Infinity rolls on 28-inch wheels that are wrapped in road-oriented Schwalbe tires and weigh in at 23.6 kilograms (this includes the battery), making it somewhat light compared to similar bikes in the market.

Other noteworthy Infinity features include:

  • Built-in key fob immobiliser
  • Built-in Dutch Spanninga lights
  • Integrated frame lock
  • Comfy Velo seat

The price of the Infinity is set at £2999, but Volt does have multiple payment options for riders to pick and choose from.

We’ve got the updated Infinity on our Xmas lists, do you?

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