The OHM Quest 2 is a feature complete commuting platform with sturdy aluminum alloy fenders, bright integrated lights, and a high quality rear rack. The Quest 2 uses top end Shimano EP8 motor and Deore drivetrain with a 10-speed 11 to 36 tooth cassette. Available in two premium colors and three frame sizes for improved fit. High performance narrow-wide tooth chainring reduces drops, aluminum alloy bash guard protects the bottom bracket, and sturdy thru-axles improve overall strength, making the bike off-road capable. Large 180mm Shimano hydraulic disc brakes with quad piston calipers improve stopping power and cooling. Clean aesthetic with internally routed cables and wires, purpose built frame positions battery low and center for improved stability and handling, excellent headlight positioning high on the stem, both lights are brighter than average, and the tires offer puncture protection and reflectivity. Fast 4 amp charger, but it’s larger and heavier than average, and requires a dongle adapter to fill the battery directly. Only available in high-step, but the top tube is sloped down for lower standover. Relatively low weight due to high end components, but higher relative price due to quality and frame options. Many racks and cargo options.
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