Gazelle CityZen T10 HMB Step-through

Colour: Desert Titanium Grey Sportiness, quality and design are characteristics of the Cityzen T10 HMB. The neatly concealed powerful Bosch battery gives the bike a sturdy and robust look. Thanks to the powerful mid-mounted motor going uphill is never a problem and no destination is too far. This commuter bike is perfect for getting to work and for recreational purposes. The sleek, sporty styling makes the Cityzen t10 Hmb stand out in a crowd.
*Delivery 8-10 Weeks

Effortless cycling

Effortless cycling with the powerful and robust Bosch mid-motor. Due to the low placement of the mid-motor, each Gazelle Hybrid with a Bosch mid-motor has an excellent maneuverability and handling. Powerful robust Bosch middle motor is ideal for the daily journey and long distances. With a torque of 60 Nm, it not only supports level, but also on hilly terrain. The Bosch Performance Line battery has a high range of up to 154 km, thus providing additional long cycling.

  • 11,1 AhCapacity
  • 500 WhWatt-hour rating
  • till 125 kmRange


  • Bosch battery concealed within the frame and removable
  • Powerful Shimano disc brakes
  • Strong Bosch mid-mounted motor for even more mileage
  • Suspension front fork for extra comfort
More Information


Engine location: mid

Battery type: Li-ion

Amount of support levels: 4

Battery location: integrated into frame

Battery replaceable: Yes

Display Model: Bosch Intuvia LCD center

Max Speed (km/h): 25 km/h

Walk assist: Yes

Color Code 1: desert titanium grey

Color general: grey

Color: Desert Titanium Grey (mat)

Brake system description rear: Shimano BL-M315

Brake system description front: Shimano BL-M315

Brake system code: S10

Gear type: derailleur

Gears: 10

Weight in kg.: 22

Saddle description: BBB Spectrum

Tire color: black

Front light type: Axa Blue Line 50

Rear light type: Spanninga Solo

Light powering: battery

Front Hub: Shimano Deore AHB-M525AAL

Rear Hub: Shimano Deore AFH-M525 AAZL, 9/10 speeds, freewheel

Shifter: Shimano Deore 10

Brake Rear: disc brake with hydraulic control

Brake system short description: hydraulic brakes

Brake Front: disc brake with hydraulic control

Brake lever description: Shimano BL-M315

Tire Description: Continental Contact Plus 42-622

Light front description: LED headlamp, 50 lux, on/off switching via display

Rear light type: Spanninga Solo

Rear light description: LED battery supply, on/off switching via display

Weight in Lb.: 48.5

Weight description: excl. battery

Frame description: Lightweight aluminium frame with 70° headset angle and 71° saddle tube angle for a sporty posture and precise cycling performance.

Frame material: aluminium

Crankset description: Miranda Delta

Fork description: aluminium, springing in headset, lightweight

Grip/Tape description: Ergon GP1-L, ergonomic

Seatpost description: fixed, aluminium, Ø 27.2

Chaincase description: Cortez

Chain description: KMC X10 E

Rim description: Ryde Dutch19, 28""

Rear carrier description: Gazelle Light-it, aluminium

Lock Type: AXA Defender

Lock description: ART ** certified

Product type: Trekking

Fork suspension type: internal to headset

Adjustable stem: Yes

Cabels integrated: Yes

Fender description: Curana C-Lite, aluminium

Spoke description: Stainless steel, extra strong

Stem description: Gazelle Smica, with toolbox, steplessly adjustable

Bell description: Gazelle Compact 2 bell

Front derailleur: non applicable

Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore

Kickstand description: Ursus Mooi

Pedal type: Gazelle Light Edge aluminium body

Display Model: Bosch Intuvia LCD center

Display type: LCD

Display location: center display

Display control unit: Yes


You can calculate the frame size of your bike a bit more accurately as follows:

Always take your inside leg measurement without your shoes on. You measure your inside leg by standing with your legs about 15 cm apart and measuring the distance from the floor to crotch height. If you multiply this measurement (in cm) by 0.68, it will give you the corresponding frame size.
Is the frame size between two sizes? If so, use the following rule: if the bike is for sports use, then choose the smaller of the two sizes. Is it a touring bike? If so, go for the larger frame size.
Do you have a bike with a suspension seatpost? If so, then subtract 4 cm from your frame size.

You can of course measure the frame size of your present bike. Do so by measuring the end of the seat tube to the centreline of the bottom bracket. Allow for the 4-centimetre correction quoted above with a suspension seatpost.

Body length         Frame size           Remark
less than 1.60m 46  
1.50m - 1.65m 49  
1.60m - 1.75m 53  
1.70m - 1.85m 54 lifestyle bikes only
1.70m - 1.85m 57  
larger than 1.85m 59 lifestyle bikes only
1.85m - 1.95m 61  
1.95m - 2.10m 65