New Riding Options with Rare and Unusual Electric Bikes

Riding an electric bike may be an attractive activity if you are looking for a way to reduce your carbon footprint and save money on fuel costs while ensuring a safe and reliable way to get around. Even if you are not an avid cyclist, new riding options with unusual and rare electric bikes can make you change your mind. Many of these bikes are designed for people who are constantly on-the-go. For instance, the folding electric bike can become your new commuting buddy in a compact package. Electric bikes are known for helping reduce air pollution, if you are pedalling then you are also exercising.

The best thing about these bikes is that they allow motor-assisted pedalling, which can be great if you are riding uphill.

Folding electric bikes are designed to be durable, with high-quality painted steel frames and state-of-the-art features such as lithium or lead acid batteries to let you travel up to 35km at a maximum speed of up to 25 km/h. Brushless motors require minimal maintenance. To ensure compliance with traffic regulations and the Highway Code, folding electric bikes come with reliable and strong brakes, such as expanding brakes for the rear wheel and
V-brakes for the front wheel. These bikes are ideal for riders that are at least 14 years old and weigh about 90kg or less.

Super electric bikes provide a comfortable and stylish ride with powerful electric motors, six gears, and the ability to let you change speeds easily. On a full charge, the bike should run long enough for quick errands and a short commute. Alternatively, you can leave your bike at the station and take the bus or the tube, in case you need to travel long distances. Some bikes are designed for challenging terrain, too. Electric mountain bikes, for instance, can reach top speeds of up to 15.5 mph and go for around 50km.

Blog Source URL: http://www.electricbikescootercar.co.uk/news-blog-headlines?news_id=49

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