Do I need a license to ride an electric bike?
No you don’t need a license, however, E-Bikes must follow the same road rules as regular bicycles.
How fast can I go?
Max assist speed is 25km/h to keep our bikes in line with Australian road rules. This is a fast cruising speed that is easily achieved without working hard at all.
Where can I legally ride an electric bike?
An electric bike can be ridden anywhere a regular bicycle can be as long as the motor is no greater than 250w and power cuts out at 25km/h, all E-Bikes we carry comply with the 25km/h limit. Whether it’s on the road, bike paths or trails, electric bikes and regular bikes share the same road space, bike lanes or dedicated riding pathways.
How far can I go?
Range depends on battery size, rider weight, and power usage. We stock E-Bikes that can do as many as 120kms on a single charge!
Can I take one for a test ride?
We highly recommend test riding an electric bike as they are all different from one another. Come in-store today and take one of our E-Bikes for a test ride, or try one for 24hrs for a deposit of $50 which will come off the cost of the bike if you decide to purchase.
How do I charge the battery?
Simply plug the charger into a normal 240v power outlet. Charging takes between 4-6 hours.
Is there a warranty?
All of our E-bikes are sold with a minimum 1-year manufacturer’s warranty, right up to lifetime warranty on selected frames.
What material is the bike made of?
Majority of our E-Bikes are made of Aluminium Alloy with a handful being made of High-Strength carbon fibre.
Have more questions?
Feel free to contact Christian on 0417 484 112 or come in store: 17 Orielton Rd Smeaton Grange NSW, Australia 2567