Lekker Bikes announced the new Amsterdam M2 Series commuter line. It’s available in two key spec levels, using a Shimano Nexus 8-speed internal gear hub (IGH), or the Enviolo NuVinci N330 automatic transmission. Depending on your needs, you can also customize the bike with a variety of racks, lights, fenders, and more.
Lekker Bikes Amsterdam M2 Series commuter bikes
Lekker Bikes makes a host of interesting and capable commuter bikes, and just added a new line – the Amsterdam M2 Series. Both spec levels use an aluminum frame and fork, along with 650b wheels and tires – but differ in drivetrain. The Elite M2 8-speed Series features a Shimano Nexus hub, while the costlier Elite M2 NuVinci Series has the Enviolo / NuVinci N330 rear hub with automatic shifting.
Both models can be had with either a Gates Carbon Drive (above), or an optional KMC chain drive.
Tektro hydraulic disc brakes handle stopping duties. Note that both front and rear wheels are bolt-on style.
Several different accessories may be added during the check-out process – an alloy rear rack ($58), Kryptonite Keeper 585 lock ($88), Lightskin LED handlebar light ($98), a commuter flat rack ($48), an aluminum fender set ($58), and more.
The Amsterdam M2 Series bikes are available in 51, 58, and 62cm sizes, with full geometry information available on their website. Availability begins in November 2019, with a 10% pre-book discount. Pricing begins at $998 for the Nexus 8-speed spec, or $1,198 for the Enviolo automatic spec. All Lekker bikes are covered by a two-year warranty.