Gazelle Electric Bikes
The Only Electric Bikes With Heritage
Royal Dutch Gazelle was born 129 years ago, in the Netherlands. From the founding days in 1892 through today, quality has been the guiding force behind what we design and produce at our factory in Dieren.
Gazelle proudly carries the “Royal” title, which was awarded to by Princess Margriet in honor of their 100th anniversary in 1992. This distinction cements Gazelle’s ongoing commitment to innovation and relentless pursuit to make cycling more enjoyable and accessible for every type of rider.
Gazelle honors the past and their rich heritage of cycling by continuing to make stylish, safe, and comfortable bicycles that are built for your daily life and for the long haul, while incorporating new technologies to enhance safety, extend riding possibilities and enable more people to enjoy the ride.
NOTHING RIDES LIKE A GAZELLE
129 Years of Experience
Gazelle has been making durable, quality bicycles in their Dieren factory in the Netherlands since 1892. Today, they make 250,000 bikes a year, with passion, precision, and dedication.
Gazelle uses top-of-line pedal-assist and battery technology to enhance and extend the cycling experience. Easily go the extra mile(s) with our powerful electric bicycles.
Gazelle eBikes are designed for everyday riding, from commutes to casual cruising. With accessible frame geometry and an upright seating position, you'll enjoy the ride longer.
Ride Like the Dutch
Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned professional, everyone should experience the joy of riding like the Dutch. Discover our range of premium, durable, and delightful bikes.
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Gazelle is a Dutch company that has been producing bicycles since 1892. The company was founded by Willem Kool, a blacksmith who started building bikes in his workshop in Dieren, Netherlands. In the early years of the company, Gazelle focused on producing sturdy and reliable bikes for everyday transportation.
As the popularity of cycling grew in the Netherlands, Gazelle expanded its product line to include a wider range of models, including children's bikes, racing bikes, and specialty bikes such as tandems and cargo bikes. Gazelle also started exporting its bikes to other countries in Europe and beyond.
In the 1960s and 70s, Gazelle became known for its high-quality touring and racing bikes, which were prized by competitive riders for their light weight and performance. In the 1980s and 90s, the company began to focus more on the leisure and recreational market, introducing a range of comfort and city bikes for everyday use.
Today, Gazelle is one of the largest and most respected bicycle brands in the Netherlands, with a reputation for producing well-designed and reliable bikes for a wide range of riders. The company continues to innovate and evolve, offering a range of electric bikes and other modern features to meet the changing needs of its customers.