Travel Further, Faster and Easier
Once you start turning the pedals a 250 watt motor, powered by a 36 volt battery, kicks in and pedalling becomes easy. The benefit of motorised assistance also allows you to maintain a higher average speed during your journey. This helps to drastically reduce journey times and allows you to take in more of the scenery. Imagine arriving at your destination faster and still full of energy.
Make Hills Easy!
With a powerful 36 volt electric motor doing all the hard work, your legs won’t get tired anything like as quickly as they would on a standard bike. This allows you to ride for longer and cover much greater distances.
Switching between the various settings will select the degree of assistance the motor will provide. Hills that are usually considered steep and daunting are made easy using motorised assistance. The assistance can also be turned off, allowing you to use it like a regular bike.
Intelligent Computer Control
Various types are fitted depending upon the cycle from simple 3 level control giving low, medium and high level assistance to a more sophisticated controller with 9 levels of assistance , speedometer, trip meter , and average speed read out. For low light conditions or night travel the meter also has back lighting for improved visibility of the screen.
Features powerful and reliable Samsung lithium batteries that are capable of assisting you up to 55 miles (model dependant) on a single charge. Even if you do use all the battery charge, you can still pedal exactly as you would on a standard bike.
With features like Shimano Tourney gears and front and rear disc brakes as standard, it is obvious that this is not a low specification bike! Available with aluminium frames, seat posts, handlebars and alloy suspension, plus weights as low as 20.6kg. All cycles are fitted with steel disc brakes, mechanically operated with either Bratec or Katour brakes. A free bicycle pump, tool kit, reflectors, a bell and assembly instructions are also supplied.
Powerful 36v Output
All our bikes use 36 volt electrics which allows for greater torque and provides outstanding pulling power when climbing hills etc. Lower voltage systems simply cannot match this performance.