Scott E-Silence bikes quiet your city commute

Bikes get you anywhere smoothly, safely, and most importantly, silently

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Scott E-Silence Bikes

The E-Silence not only is a highly integrated, electrified urban commuter, but also a true eye-catcher.

Noise pollution, especially stemming from road traffic, railways and airports, is the second biggest environmental problem affecting health of humans after air pollution. That was a primary driver for why Scott came up with a solution it believes will redefine urban commuting.

Scott E-Silence Bikes

Equipped with all the essentials, the Swiss company’s E-Silence bikes will get you anywhere smoothly, safely and most importantly, silently. Press play to learn more.

Highlights of the new line include fully integrated cockpit with an adjustable stem that allows for a comfortable riding position.

Scott E-Silence Bikes

The powerful front light illuminates what’s ahead of you while the rear light is intelligently positioned on the top of the seatpost to help keep you visible.

Scott E-Silence Bikes

The fenders are firmly fixed in an opening of the seat stays and are ready to carry whatever you want to bring along. A dedicated lock holder and kickstand round out the essentials of urban commuting and make it ready for any endeavor in the city.

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The E-Silence uses Brose’s powerful engine and customized battery that are integrated into the frame.

For more information, visit www.scott-sports.com.

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