Renowned sporting accessories manufacturer Reebok has unveiled its latest lineup of e-bikes and e-scooters. The company showcased its range of e-mobility products in a new catalog that also featured accessories for the new lineup.
Reebok Expands into E-Mobility Segment
Reebok, known for its footwear and clothing, ventured into the e-mobility space last December. The announcement was made during the ISPO Munich, and Asia Kingston was granted the license to manufacture the e-bikes and e-scooters. The license agreement with Asia Kingston spans five years, and the images of the new lineup were provided by the company.
A High-Profile Partnership
Asia Kingston, based in Hong Kong, boasts an impressive portfolio of high-profile clients. Some of its A-list customers include NASA, Alfa Romeo, Red Bull Racing, and Rover. The new Reebok offerings were designed in Europe and are available in four categories: Performance, Fitness, Commuter, and Freetime.
Performance, Fitness, Commuter, and Freetime Options
The Performance category features the RK Pro 29, an electric mountain bike with full suspension. It is equipped with a Shimano 12-speed groupset, a Samsung cell battery, and a MIVICE x700 motor located at the bottom bracket area. The RK Pro is available in three other variants, offering lower performance and price ratings.
Reebok also offers hybrid bikes in the Fitness and Commuter categories, with multiple step-through frame options available. Additionally, the lineup includes the RK-Fun 20 Folding Full, a folding bike with Kenda 20-inch fat tires designed for adventure trails. Road bikes are also part of the range, with the RK-Fit Road featuring a deep seat tube and seat post, a Bafang motor, and a Shimano 2×8-speed groupset. Notably, the road bike comes with Tektro mechanical disc brakes, which may be considered underwhelming for an electric bike.
Exciting E-Scooter Models
Reebok’s lineup also includes a selection of e-scooters, featuring models such as the Urban Street Classic, Urban Sport, and Urban Pro Speed. The company also showcased a range of helmets alongside the e-scooters.
The catalog provided by Asia Kingston does not disclose pricing and release information for the new models. Reebok has yet to provide an official clarification regarding the release of these models.