• eMTB Full Suspension

    These cater for many of styles of riding, but are mainly focussed for off-road use on Mountains and Trails. Thanks to the E-Bike, you can climb even the steepest ascents, ride for longer and get more from your rides!

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  • eMTB Hardtail

    The Hardtail eMTB's are designed for gravel tracks, forest paths and easier trails. The rigid rear triangle means that power is transmitted directly from your legs to the tyres, making light work of uphill climbs.

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  • City / Urban

    Your everyday companion. City e-bikes are sturdy and great for short distances around town or for commuting use. Cut travel times, reduce your carbon footprint, and discover more!

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  • On Road / Trekking

    A versatile e-bike style, made for touring gravel roads but equally as adapted to city life. Typically, with a sporty to upright seating positions and generally compatible with touring equipment, such as fenders, luggage, and
    lights.

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  • Off Road / Hybrid

    These bikes are set up so that you can spend long durations in the saddle, perfect for weekend adventures; it's up to you how far you go!

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  • Folding

    Folding e-bikes are when space is limited, such as when traveling or living in tight spaces and commuting to work if there isn't much room at the office.

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E-Bike Explained

What is an E-Bike or PEDLEC?

Pedelec stands for PEDal ELEctric Cycle, also known as EAPCs (Electrically Assisted Pedal Bicycles).

Pedelec is a generic term for an electric bicycle powered in a hybrid way by an electric motor and by muscle power. The electric motor greatly assists the pedalling force. Without pedalling (without crank movement) the motor delivers no power.

As pedelecs are classed as bicycles the following instructions should be followed:

■ Cycle paths: Cycle paths can be used without exception

■ Driving licence: no licence necessary.

■ Helmet: basically helmets are not mandatory. However, it is recommended you wear a suitable and certified helmet.

■ Insurance: with pedelecs it is not necessary to take out liability insurance. In order to maintain its high standard, KTM surpasses the requirements of the following standards and guidelines: Standard EN 15194, bicycles – electrically power assisted cycles – EPAC – bicycles

How fast can they go?

Most pedal assisted E-Bikes will provide you with speeds up to 15mph. There are some, called speed pedelecs, that will assist you up to 28mph.

See below for licence information.

How far can I travel?

It largely depends on the size of the battery.

Most quality E-Bikes have a range of between 50 and up to as much as 110 miles range without requiring charging.

Our KTM product's have a handy Bosch Calculator feature, which can help gauge range, depending on User Weight, Terrain, Battery, Motor and E-Bike Frame Style.

Do I need a licence?

Standard E-Bikes require no licence. Top Speed: 15.5mph. Motor: Electric Pedal Assist. Licence: None

Speed-Pedelec's require a licence. Top Speed: 28mph (assisted). Motor: Electric Pedal Assist. Licence: CBT or full Car Licence before 1st Feb 2001 50cc.

How long will it take to charge?

Most E-Bike batteries will fully charge from empty in 3-6 hours depending on the battery size.

Currently we do not stock any E-Bikes which have the ability to charge as you pedal - but most of the battery units will detach from the frame, so you can simply remove and charge safely at home or in the office at work.

Does an E-Bike need Servicing?

Yes, like all bicycles and motorcycles, regular maintenance and repairs are required to keep the vehicle in the best and safest working condition.

We offer Servicing for those E-Bikes bought from us, and if you'd like to know more about the Service Options we offer, please click here.

Are they Waterpoof?

Drive systems and components are designed to be watertight. This is particularly true for use under normal driving conditions, including heavy rain.

However, do not use a steam jet or high-pressure cleaner to clean your E-Bike. Click here to Find Out More useful Tips on General Maintenance.