eLife Royale Folding Electric Bike
The eLife Royale is a lightweight steel, folding electric bike with pedal assist. Due to the small frame, this nifty e-bike is most suitable for riders approx. 5ft 6 and under. When bought online, the bike is supplied fully made up in the carton. Simply unpack, unfold, clip together, raise the handlebars, fold out the pedals. Then switch on and go!
The front wheel drive motor has 3 power settings and with 6 gears on a derailleur, meaning that you will be able to ride the bike at 15.5mph and tackle steep hills with ease. The battery is located on the rear parcel shelf which makes the bike shorter and smaller when folded.
With the battery is switched ON and power selected, the motor will cut in as soon as you ride away, reducing the weight you need to apply to the pedals. However, if you feel like cycling without the motor, you can turn off the motor by selecting power “0”, then switch on again with a single click of the “+” Button on the rider control.
For hill starts, there is a special button which gives immediate power up to 3.5mph even before the pedals are being turned. This can also be used for pushing the bike.
The 20-inch aluminium rim wheels are fitted with CST City Tyres and the bike has Vee brakes front and rear.
As with all electric bikes, they have to be road legal as a bicycle, so the bikes have bells, reflectors, chain guards, full metal mudguards, locking side stand and the rear luggage rack has a safe working load of 25Kg with bungee straps for your luggage.
The 36 volt 7 Ah battery powers a 250-watt motor and you should get 20 – 25 miles on a charge with medium power pedal assist.
Folded size 87 X 36.5 X 78 cm (36″ X 14.5″ X 31″)
- Maximum rider weight 120Kg (18.9St.)
- Comfort saddle and ergonomic hand grips
- Battery charging time from flat 3 – 4 Hours
- Battery constructed from Lithium cells
- Battery locked into the frame. 3 Keys supplied.
- Battery has OFF/ON switch.
- Revoshift gear change on Right-hand handlebar
- LED display on left-hand handlebar for battery state and power selection