The Omnium Electric Mini-Max V3 combines the load-carrying capacity the Cargo frame with the zippiness of the Mini. The shorter wheelbase makes tight turns and parking a breeze, lending the bike a fantastic sense of manoueverability.
Though the rack lacks the horns seen on the Cargo, it retains extender bar compatibility, and can still take some pretty impressive loads!
The fact that the front wheel is positioned more in the middle of the rack is positive for steering and handling, while stability during heavy loads is slightly less than that of the Cargo.
The Mini-Max is for those who value snappier turns and a tighter parking spot, and aren‘t necessarily looking to max out hauling capabilities on the regular.
Powerful SHIMANO STEPS motor is strong enough to handle the steepest of hills with a load, yet intuitive enough to give you just the right amount of support every pedal stroke along the way. Designed specifically to give you that natural feel of riding a normal bike. The system weighs only 2.8kg, one of the lightest motors on the market. Stable, smooth intuitive power for improved bike handling over every part of your day. Solidly supports speeds up to 25 km/h.
Ultra-durable, replaceable, powerful battery specially designed for the rigors of cargo biking. Low profile design for improved impact and vibration resistance. High capacity long-lasting Li-Ion battery of 504 Wh to cover more territory. Supported travel up to 100 km on one charge.
With the e-bike specific Nexus inter-5e hub, Omnium have introduced electronic shifting on their e-cargo bikes. This makes for easy and maintenance free gear shifting. The hub offers a 263% gear range with optional automatic shifting.
Extremely durable and maintenance free Gates Beltdrive drivetrain will make sure you won’t drop or break the chain due to the high torque of the drive unit. It will run smooth for thousands of kilometers without having to grease it. Moreover, you won’t have oil on your drivetrain to dirty your trousers or your hands when changing an inner tube or adjusting the rear wheel.