Best electric bike?

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by colyboy, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. colyboy

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    Some low life has nicked my Volt electric bike ( is quite heavy). Which is the best one to replace it with. Would like largest wheels and more of a man's looking one! Should I get one with a Bosch or similar.

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  2. mentaliss

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    Bosch! shame their German, Where's the British innovation,
    inventive skills gone...gone with the Stock Exchange I fear!:(

    PS, what sort of security did you apply to your bike?
     
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    Judge Mental Funster Deceased RIP

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    Bosch without question.....Buy on German ebay and save a packet.

    Hope it was insured! Spend at least 10% on decent security:(
     
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    Wisper elactric bikes, throttle or pedal assist. 16 amp battery lasts forever
     
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    Hope it was insured and feel for you. Too many low life's out there can't have owt.
    Where was it stolen from?
     
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    You've just reminded me I need to get photos done of our 2 Synergie ones and to get them in the classifieds section:)
     
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    Roo bikes, I got a mountain bike type of one, well happy.
    Could have got and afforded a much more expensive one buy WHY
     
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    Haibike with the Bosch motor. Also same motor on Cube bikes but you will pay around £1500 to £2000. Cheap deals on some old 2015 models but not many left
     
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    What about the Gtech bike. The vacuum cleaners are awesome
     
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    My wife tried one of them, was not impressed, said it " Sucked"...:think:
     
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    Bosch power has got to be the best option. Need to test ride quite a few different models to find what suits you then decide on price versus quality how much you are prepared to spend. Then as Eddie says buy from Germany, British prices like Motorhomes stupidly high. We brought direct from a German dealer, delivered in 3 days and saved £500 a bike.
     
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    My last haibike 1400 purchased in Germany via ebay. end of season bargain. Same bike here was 2800!:rolleyes:

    Kept it 2 years sold for 1400 when I upgraded.....
     
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    Kalkhoff every time. You get for what you pay.
     
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    Rather buy from uk, dont want a lhd bike :eek:
     
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    Had ours for three years ( his n her Wispers ) , excellent, love em !
     
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