E3 Twn:exp
MSRP: $3000.0

The new E3 Town:exp is small enough for easy transport, but don’t be fooled by its size; this bike can go 20 mph with pure throttle power and comes loaded with features like cruise control, advanced pedal assist, and a cyclocomputer that displays trip distance and speed. An easily removable lithium-ion battery pack makes it practical, and its central location behind the seat tube creates optimal weight balance. Great for urban dwellers and short distance riders, the E3 Town:exp offers a wide selection of ride and power modes, has a comfortable upright riding position, and a front suspension fork to absorb road shock.


  • Striking design with real city usability.
  • Silent gearless 400W hub motor.
  • High capacity battery.
  • Integrated LCD display, multiple power levels.


Sizes One Size 
Motor Currie Electro-Drive® Rear hub 400W  
Battery Lithium-ion 48V10.4Ah 499Wh  
Display LCD multi-function  
Max Assisted Speed 20 mph (32 kph) 
Range Estimated 25 mi (40 km) to 35 mi (56 km) 
Frame Aluminum 6061, rack, bottle, and fender bosses
Fork Headshock Suspension, 30mm travel
Headset VP semi-integrated threaded
R. Derailleur Shimano Deore RD-M591-S
Shifter Microshift TS70 trigger
Cogset Shimano cassette 11-34T, 9-speed
Chain KMC Z99
Pedals Alloy quill
Brakes Tektro Auriga Comp hydraulic disc, F180/R160mm rotors
Brake Levers Tektro Auriga E-Comp w/motor cut-off switch
Tires Schwalbe Big Ben, 20x2.15"
Handlebar Tranz-X low rise
Grips Velo dual density
Stem Tranz-X adjustable quill
Seatpost Tranz-X alloy microadjust w/suspension
Seat Velo street
Accessories Kickstand, bell, lightset, fenders
Colors White
Weight 61 lb
Note Specifications Subject to Change


SizeOne Size
Seat Tube Length **440.0mm
Standover Height590.0mm
Top Tube Length *589.0mm
Head Tube Length220.0mm
Head Angle69.0mm
Seat Angle72.0mm
Chain Stay Length465.0mm
Fork Offset0.0mm
BB Drop-28.0mm
Stem Length0.0mm
Handlebar Width0.0mm
Crank Length0.0mm
Seat Post Length0.0mm
* Measured Horizontally** Measured from Center

Media Hits

Media Hits

    Handy li'l iZip E3 Town:exp has a long name and a small frame

    "In order for an electric bike to stand out from the pack, it helps if it offers unique features such as light weight or the ability to fold. Of the e-bikes that we saw at last week's Charged Up event, however, one of our faves is a little number that isn't particularly remarkable in any one way. It's the iZip E3 Town:exp, and it simply manages to pack several good things into a small package."

    IZIP E3 Twn:exp Review

    "The IZIP Town Express or “Twn:exp” is designed to provide a comfortable ride to a wide range of users (tall, short, light and heavy) and hold up well despite neglect or less than perfect conditions. Essentially, it’s the IZIP fleet bike and rental offering. While many of the other IZIP ebikes could also be great for rentals (the Zuma and Path+ come to mind as being comfortable, easy to use and available in multiple sizes), the beauty of the Twn:exp is that it only needs to come in one frame size because the seat and stem are so adjustable."


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