The recent trend in e-road bikes has lead to batteries getting smaller and lighter and motors being much more seamlessly integrated into the frames, so they are now almost indistinguishable from their non-ebike counterparts. This trend has been followed by the Orbea Gain road E bike, which uses the Mahle motor system to provide up to 55Nm of torque from a 350Wh battery (or 45Nm and 250Wh for the Alloy versions). This reduction in battery size means it rides much more like a normal road bike, but when you really need the assistance, it's there. The Orbea E road bike allows a generous tyre clearance to fit 35mm tyres on the carbon models and 45mm tyres on the alloy versions, providing a more comfortable ride for the longer days in the saddle. Shimano and Sram components make up the drivetrains and as these are E road bikes, clever little features like lights integrated into the seat collar complete the builds.