Including the battery cylinder, the AM1 e-bike tips the scales at just 13.5 kg(Credit: Analog Motion) Bicycles packing an electric motor to help flatten out hills or get riders to work without breaking a sweat can stray quite a bit from the classic form of a traditional two wheeler. There are notable exceptions of course, and if it wasn’t for its line-spoiling battery cylinder, the AM1 from Analog Motion could pass for just about any other city bike in a line-up. “It looks like a bike, handles like a bike, weighs the same as a bike but rides like you’re freewheeling downhill with a tailwind,” said London-based Analog Motion. The single speed AM1 tips the scales at just 13.5 kg (30 lb), including the 24 V Samsung battery unit in water-resistant housing that sits to the bottom of the seat tube on the standard version and the aluminum frame’s down tube on the easy access Step flavor. That battery is reported good for 20 miles per charge. The AM1 includes a 200 W motor for up to 15.5 mph (25 km/h) of electric drive assist, with three levels available on the LED display on the handlebars of both standard and Step models, but those who opt for the Plus v...