The Sprint makes choosing an eBike easy. Its unmatched value and performance, comfort and balance, top quality and low maintenance components easily make it the preferred choice.
Designed as the perfect all-rounder electric bicycle for men and women, its upright sitting position and user-friendly features make riding hassle free. The robust compact Shimano Nexus hub gears and puncture-resistant tyres reduce maintenance problems. Equipped with centre mount double leg kick stand, mud guards, rear rack, speedometer and front and rear lights – no more recharging batteries for your bike lights!
Pedal as much or as little as you want, these bikes can power you for 50 miles at up to the legal limit of 15mph. Security features include back wheel lock, battery lock and each major component on the eBike has it's own individual serial number. To recharge simply remove the battery and plug the charger into a domestic socket.
The Sprint is the star of the show, easily the best selling eBike of the range. You’ll see why when you test ride one – comfortable, practical, and just so good looking. It’s not just about comfort either – the Sprint is as reliable and robust as the rest of them.
7003 Al Alloy
Step-Thru Frame Seat Tube Height: 18″
Zoom CH-141 AMS Al. alloy suspension front fork
Shimano Nexus Inter 7 Hub, 48T Prowheel Al Alloy Chainwheel, KMC Z51 Rust Buster link chain
Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes with E-Cut off, 180mm rotor, Rear Roller Brake
26″ Weinmann Rigida SP 17 Alloy Rims,
Sandvik SS Spokes 13g, Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tyres, Polycarbonate Fenders
Cat-Eye Velo 8 Cycle computer, Brass bell, Al. alloy rear rack, Al. alloy central kick stand
eZee Front Motor – EU 250W: 25km/h. USA 500W: 20 mph, AU 200W
Anodized black hub motor
Li+ Battery 37V 20Ah, 3 amp Smart Charger
PCB integrated in weather proof housing. Max Amps: 20 Amps, Mosfet: IRFB4110, Die cast Aluminium casing
Battery gauge and power assist level selection. 36V nominal, 5 level Power Assist.
Throttle / PAS / Bimodal modes
Spanninga Micro FF, RL 980 high power LED