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10 of the best electric bikes for onshore exploration

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HNF Heisenberg XF1

There’s no beating time spent on a luxury yacht cruise in the Caribbean or Med on your superyacht but, should you feel the urge to go onshore and explore these exotic locations, how better to do it than from a bike? Of course, after a few days of indulgence tackling the hills of Monaco on a push bike might not seem quite so appealing. Here’s our round-up of the best electric bikes for when you need a little extra power.

HNF Heisenberg XF1

The latest e-bike from Michael Hecken, the designer behind Leonardo DiCaprio and Prince Albert II of Monaco's favoured electric bike Grace One, the HNF Heisenberg XF1 has been developed in collaboration with BMW to offer some of the most innovative e-bike technology on the market. Fitted with a powerful Bosch engine, the XF1 has a range of up to 130 kilometres with a top speed of 45km/h in ideal conditions but lightweight replaceable battery packs mean your explorations can be virtually limitless.

XF1 e-bike, from €8,345, HNF Heisenberg

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