City electric bikes are perfect for a carefree (and sweat-free) commute or a shopping trip around town. City electric bicycles are quiet, economical, chic, and fun to ride. They are pretty nippy, too.
With an urban electric bike, you can go your own way, keep fit and save both the planet and your pocket without wasting time in a traffic jam in a car or bus, or sitting glumly on a train. And if you still need to take a bus or train journey you can do it with your urban e bike. There are e city folding electric bikes which go anywhere, including your office and home.
There are many different styles of city ebike available, from the traditional upright style to modern designs that combine urban chic with advanced frame engineering technology. The latest Bosch technology gives powerful assistance from motors that are lighter and quieter than ever, which all add to the sense of freedom.
When choosing an urban electric bike, think about what you need it for. If you are going to ride not only in the city but also in the countryside, a hybrid bike could be more suitable for you — for example, the Moustache Samedi 27 Xroad series. There are other city e-bike models in our shop: Batribike Alpha, Moustache Friday, Lundi and Samedi 28, Riese & Müller Tinker Vario. The cost varies from £1,300 to over £4000. We’re sure that these are the best commuter electric bikes available on the market today.
Find out how an electric commuter bike feels at our showroom in West Berkshire, and take a test ride.
We think it’s important to make sure the bike feels perfect so come along and have a free test ride!Contact us to arrange a test ride
Confused by the choice and not sure which electric bike to buy? No problem! Come and see us, look at all the options, go for some test rides and see what bike fits you and your budget. We will give you as much time as you need to go through all your needs and make sure you get the right ebike for you, to last for years!Visit our Berkshire showroom
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