1.) Nito ( www.nitobikes.com) is another upstart
Italian brand that had some interesting designs
on display, including the Nes model that stood
out with its wood platform and elegant lines.
2.) De;nitely one of the more appropriately
named bikes, the Klever ( www.klever-
mobility.com) was one of a handful of German
bikes on display in Italy. Klever uses their unique
space frame design on a trio of designs that are
geared for the commuting and comfort market.
3.) No e-bike show is complete without a display
of the high-end Sterzing from M1 Sport Technik.
The German marque has three models—
standard, speed and race—which range in price
from $7000 to $10,000, all of which use a carbon
;ber frame. www.m1-sporttechnik.de