The cheap car alternative? – BIKE IMAGE
The CPNHGN (pronounced: Copenhagen) does not come from Denmark, as the name and the typical wooden box look suggest, but was developed by Ortler (brand of Internetstores/ Fahrrad.de) in Stuttgart and we also tested it there.
A clear advantage over many lowland bikes from Denmark and the Netherlands: the CPNHGN climbs steep inclines with ease. This is guaranteed by the Brose unit, which is supplied with energy by two 522 watt-hour batteries.
The focus on good value for money is very typical of Fahrrad.de: At less than 4000 euros, this e-cargo bike costs less than half of some competitors from the high-price segment.