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Electric Bikes: The New Trend

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Electric Bikes: The New Trend

Andrew Lockett
April 3, 2013


Electric bikes are a new craze which is sweeping the nation as they provide a fun and convenient way to travel around. Most electric bikes can switch between electric and manual mode, so that you can cycle them just like a normal bike as and when you need to. This article takes a look at three popular makes and models of electric bikes and it explains what each of their features and benefits are.

Viking Freedom Folding Bike

The Viking Freedom bike is a popular and affordable make of electric bike. One of its main features is that it can be folded to allow for easy transportation and portability. The bike features a powerful 3 mode controller system, and it has a long range of up to 35 miles. Other great features include powerful brakes, drive trains, mudguards and an all purpose light set. The Viking Freedom folding bike is the perfect bike for quick trips to the shops, or to commute to and from your workplace.

Cyclotricity Revolver Electric Bike

This high quality bike has received rave reviews. The bike looks extremely stylish and it features a simple black and white design with a red seat. The bike has been designed with comfort in mind, making it suitable for both short and long distance journeys. It also has a very lightweight frame which weighs just 19.5kg - making it easy to transport. Various products and accessories are available for use with the Cyclotricity Revolver bike.

Wispa 705SE Electric Bike

This high-end bike is ahead of its game when it comes to electric bikes that are available to purchase. It features a powerful engine which enables it to travel up hills effortlessly. It also has powerful brake cables, elastic luggage cords, a kickstand and an adjustable stem. The bike is available in a stylish diamond black colour scheme. The bike works off a lithium polymer battery, and it has a range of up to 65 miles. The maximum speed this bike can reach is 19 miles per hour, although when it is used in public areas the speed is restricted to 15.5 miles per hour.

Even outside of these three electric bikes there are loads of different bikes for you to choose from. This is great news because it means that whatever you are looking for, you can be sure there will be something for you. If one of these bikes doesn't seem to suit you, simply head over to a retailer that sells these bikes to browse their range of products. You'll see that there is plenty on offer. Make sure you choose a retailer that has lots of information on their products, because that way you can read up and see exactly what each one does - helping to ensure that whichever bike you choose, it is the perfect choice for you and your needs. On top of these, they all have different price tags attached to them so you might want to shop around a little to find something that matches you budget.


Looking for an Electric Bike? There are many different websites such as http://www.ebike-superstore.co.uk to suit everyones needs.



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