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GIANT ANYTOUR E+ 1 LOW STEP THROUGH HYBRID ELECTRIC BIKE
GIANT ANYTOUR E+ 1 LOW STEP THROUGH HYBRID ELECTRIC BIKE
£3,799.00
Rocky Mountain Growler Powerplay 30 LG C1
Rocky Mountain Growler Powerplay 30 LG C1
£3,999.99
Focus Sam² 6.8 Full Suspension Electric Mountain Bike
Focus Sam² 6.8 Full Suspension Electric Mountain Bike
£5,199.00
Raleigh CENTROS TOUR LOW STEP Electric Hybrid Bike
Raleigh CENTROS TOUR LOW STEP Electric Hybrid Bike
£2,700.00
Raleigh CENTROS TOUR CROSSBAR Electric Hybrid Bike
Raleigh CENTROS TOUR CROSSBAR Electric Hybrid Bike
£2,550.00
Raleigh Motus Grand Tour Crossbar Hub Gearing
Raleigh Motus Grand Tour Crossbar Hub Gearing
£2,500.00
Raleigh MOTUS TOUR LOW STEP DERAILLEUR Electric Hybrid Bike
Raleigh MOTUS TOUR LOW STEP DERAILLEUR Electric Hybrid Bike
£2,200.00
Raleigh MOTUS TOUR CROSSBAR HUB Electric Hybrid Bike
Raleigh MOTUS TOUR CROSSBAR HUB Electric Hybrid Bike
£2,300.00
Muto E-City Hybrid Electric Bike
Muto E-City Hybrid Electric Bike
£1,999.99
Whyte E-150 S 29er V2 Full Suspension Electric Mountain Bike
Whyte E-150 S 29er V2 Full Suspension Electric Mountain Bike
£5,499.00
Whyte E-160 RS Full Suspension Electric Mountain Bike
Whyte E-160 RS Full Suspension Electric Mountain Bike
£6,250.00
Whyte E-180 S V3 Electric Full Suspension Mountain Bike
Whyte E-180 S V3 Electric Full Suspension Mountain Bike
£5,999.00
BIANCHI ARIA E-ROAD ULTEGRA
BIANCHI ARIA E-ROAD ULTEGRA
£4,500.00

Electric Bikes

Electric bikes are a method of transport that has become more popular in the past years. They have numerous advantages; as long as you are aged 14 or above, you do not need to worry about a license or insurance and fuel costs whilst in Great Britain.

What Is An Electric Bike?

According to Transport For London, an eBike “is a standard pedal cycle fitted with a battery and electric motor”. Unlike full-power or no-pedal bikes, an eBike uses a pedal assist motor instead of a hub motor. This separate motor is located towards the rear wheel where it provides the assistance. This motor typically provides the pedal assist either by driving the wheel through the gear sprocket or by pressing against the rear tyre itself.

In order to be considered road-legal and able to be used on roads and cycle paths where ‘normal bicycles’ are allowed, the bicycle must have its speed restricted to 25km/h (15.5 mph) and the power cannot exceed 250 watts. Whilst it is possible to go faster than the restricted speed limit, the motor will not provide assistance above this speed, so you’ll be entirely reliant on your ‘leg power’.

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