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We’ve used a 200 Watt motor which means it legally features a thumb throttle for no effort riding, just twist and go!
Plus, it is not speed restricted to 25km/hr (as is regulation with 250w e-bikes) as it is a 200 Watt motor. The lower powered usage extends your range with up to 5-hours of assisted riding on the lowest power level.
Our Adventure Folding electric bike has a removable battery pack cleverly integrated in the alloy frame.
The battery can be easily removed in about 30 seconds – simply open the hinge, fold the bike and then slide the battery out. Charge the battery using the included 240V charger (either within the bike or once you’ve removed it) which features a Battery Management System or with a 12-Volt version (available separately) for charging from a vehicle cigarette lighter socket. Spare batteries and chargers are available for purchase separately.
The motor is controlled by the inbuilt computer which senses the revolutions of the crank, so the faster you pedal the more it ‘helps’ you along by using the electric motor to spin the rear wheel for you. For your safety, the motor assistance cuts out as soon as you pull either brake level or stop pedalling. You can also use the thumb throttle to activate the motor without pedalling at all.
Super easy to use display with loads of features – see this short video here.
The major feature of this e-bike is that it easily folds for storage and transport. You do not need any special tools – you simply release the locking mechanism with your hands and then fold the bicycle! Once folded, the bike will fit easily in most medium to large vehicles. The size of the bike once folded is approximately 105 x 96cm and the height with the handlebars fitted is 66cm. By removing the front wheel you can spin the handlebars 90 degrees and this reduces the height to 42cm which is equal to the overall width of the pedals.
Our folding e-bikes are ideally suited to city commuters, apartment dwellers or travellers who like to store their bikes in their cars or vans.
There’s no such thing as a headwind on an electric bike!