To arrange your FREE test ride we ask that you call your nearest store ahead of time and book a date to come in for a test ride. This allows us to make sure the bike you are interested in is available in your nearest store and to transfer it there in advance of your visit if needed.
Electric bikes (E-Bikes) are just like normal bikes, except that when pedalling the motor helps you out and makes moving easier.The motors work harder the more you do, up to 15.5 mph and then drop out above this, but you can pedal them as fast as you’d like. They run off a battery mounted on the bike and the range can vary according to battery size, how much you’re using the motor, rider size and more.
If you answer YES to any of the following questions, an E-bike is right for you.
Nowadays there are as many types of electric bike as there conventional bikes. There is literally an electric bike out there for every type of rider.
To help you decide we have done a breakdown of electric mountain, hybrid and road bikes to help you choose the best bike to meet your goals and the type of riding you plan to do.
In this guide we look at the main types of motor available and help you choose the right power to meet your cycling needs.
We get asked this question a lot and the answer is to think of your battery as a fuel tank, the bigger it is the further you can go. We always advise you to get the biggest battery size within your budget and where that's not possible to make sure it will do all you need it to. In this guide we discuss what factors play a part in battery life so you can make an informed decision.
If you can think of the question, there’s a good chance we’ve been asked it! Here’s the most commonly asked questions and their answers in one handy place.