Electric Bikes Cornwall

AXcess Electric Bikes CornwallAXcess Electric Bikes are delighted to announce that we have a brand new Electric Bike Showroom opening at 77 Fore St, Bugle, near St Austell, Cornwall – AXcess Electric Bikes at PC Tonkin and Son. Although this store has been trading since 29th April 2013, the official opening of our new showroom will be taking place on 25th May 2013.

PC Tonkin and Son Ltd have been trading at the address in Bugle, PL26 8PD, for over 100 years and have recently made the decision to diversify to include electric bikes, such is the growing popularity of the e-bike!

Managing Director of PC Tonkin and Son Ltd, Jeremy Tonkin, has created a bright, modern showroom with ample customer parking; and for customers wishing to try before they buy there is plenty of space outside to test-drive the different models we sell.

As there are so few electric bike retailers in Cornwall, we believe this new store to be perfectly placed for customers who would like to cycle around the many stunning routes this county has to offer. Government Cycle to Work Schemes will also be available at our new store for those looking for a new, healthier way to commute to work.

As well as stocking our entire selection of electric bikes and folding electric bikes, they are well equipped to handle repairs, customisation and servicing with a trained mechanic based on-site.

For directions on how to get to the new Cornwall AXcess Electric Bikes Showroom please visit our contact page and click on “view map”.

We look forward to welcoming you to our new store soon!

Discover more with an electric bike

Show Rooms

DEVON

Unit F - Reme Drive
Heath Park Industrial Estate
Honiton
Devon
EX14 1SE

CORNWALL

Axcess-Electric-Bikes At P C Tonkin & Son
77 Fore Street
Bugle
Cornwall
PL26 8PD

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Axcess Electric Bikes is rated 4.74 stars by Reviews.co.uk based on 27 merchant reviews

4.74 / 5 Rating
27 Reviews
I purchased a Shetland folding electric bike just before Christmas. I have used it frequently and I have been very impressed with it.
Everything was explained in a diligent manner, the bike was set up to suit my needs and we felt we were dealing with people who knew bikes, didn't just sell them. It was a very good experience and I have spoken highly when asked "Where did you get your bike?".
I bought my Axcess Hunter electric bike about a year after my wife bought a similar bike from Axcess as I could no longer keep up with her on the hills! The bike is very sturdy, and the step through frame and "sit up and beg" riding position are very comfortable. The three levels of power assist are combined with a normal 7 speed gear system. I find that on most cycle trails only level one is needed with the assist kicking in when required. Out on the road (in Devon and Scotland) the other two levels are more than adequate to get me up hills without having to pedal too hard. They are also good in town traffic, with the "thumb throttle" feature being very useful at traffic lights. We carry our bikes on a small motor home and they are very useful for getting to shops etc from camp sites, as well as for cycle excursions. Recharging of batteries is simple and can be done overnight in the home (or in our motor home when using a power hook up). The range the bike covers does depend on which the level of assist used, but we reckon on covering at least 25-30 miles on a full charge. The only time I ran out of battery power was my own fault as I neglected recharging! However I had no problems covering 7 to 8 miles back home under under "pedal" power. The bikes are heavier to lift than ordinary ones and did require a more sturdy carrier than we had before. Ours go on a towball mounted rack and we had no trouble with that on a three week trip to Scotland from Devon. The brakes work well, with the power being shut off as soon as they are touched. The personnel at Axcess were very knowledgeable and gave good, sound advice when we were choosing our bikes. I used to have a 3 mile commuting cycle, ending in a very steep hill, when I was working. I wish that I had the Axcess Hunter back then!
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