The 200W Electric Mountain Bike F110 is a great environmentally friendly, cost-effective and convenient transport solution! A great alternative to a car, you can use the F110 Electric Mountain Ryder electric bicycle for transport or recreation. Electric bikes like the F110 are incredibly convenient, you get to say goodbye to traffic jams and the pain of wasted time searching for a car park and hello to fun, easy travel.
Boasting an impressive 200W powerful brushless motor and 6 speed Shimano gears this electric bicycle will have you to your destination in no time. It even allows you to travel up to an incredible 40km on a single charge making it great for your daily commute or weekend trips!
Not only is the F110 Electric bike incredibly convenient it's comfortable too, featuring a saddle seat and an adjustable shock absorbing front suspension. With so many great features the Mountain Ryder electric bike is truly impressive it even boasts a stylish and sporty exterior to ensure you look the part as you ride down the road.
So if you can't wait to feel the power behind this 200W electric bicycle then grab a Mountain Ryder today and experience the world and all the benefits of electric biking.
Can be used as transport or recreation.
Travel up to 40km from a single charge.
200W powerful brushless motor.Sturdy, aluminium alloy frame.
Comfortable saddle seat.
LED front and rear lights, front is detachable and can be used as a torch.
No licence or registration required.
Accelerator twist throttle.
Adjustable shock absorption front fork.
Size: 26" Alloy frame.
26" double walled Aluminium rims.
Max. Distance of Travel: Up to 40km range on flat terrain.
Motor: 200W Brushless motor
Lead acid battery
24V standard voltage
Braking Method: Front disc brake and rear V-brake.
Gears: 6 speed Shimano indexed gears with trigger shifter.
Lights: LED front and rear light
Maximum Load Capacity: 120kgs
Electric bike weighs 22kgs.
Please note assembly is required.
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Chuck out the lead acid battery and put on a nice Lithium Polymer one for a few hundred bucks. It will probably reduce the weight by a couple of kilos and increase the range and also increase the torque too.
Of course, you might not be able to replace the brake pads or chain or something like that as others have posted.
22kgs? I'd be more worried about the 120kg rider sitting on it!
Trek Madonne 3.1 driven by left leg and right leg
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