LifeCycle Mountain Sport
These classic bikes are now back in stock and have been fitted for 2017 with an LCD handlebar display. The new stock has enhanced features including hydraulic brakes, puncture resistant tyres, and an in-line plug so that the back wheel can be removed. 2016 compliant throttle fitted and “OFF Road” button which allows the motor to perform at higher speeds.
Compare the specification and the performance to any electric bike on the market, AND WE MEAN ANY ELECTRIC BIKE! and you will see that the LifeCycle beats every other bike, in every department. The LifeCycle City sport is fitted with full length mudguards.
Before you buy any Electric Bike, never mind how good they say it is. CHECK THE BATTERY POWER. That’s what really makes the difference. You would not .The Lifecycle has the most powerful battery available, and is far more powerful than those fitted to other bikes.
Other bikes, can’t live with the LifeCycle Mountain Sport and the LifeCycle City Sport out on the road, where it really matters. recently selected for a hill climb trial on the Gadget Show, the opposition had no chance.
The LifeCycle batteries are, 37 Volt 18 Amp = 666 watts, Samsung Cell Lithium Polymer, giving you a range of up to 80 miles per charge. Even l larger batteries are available by special order.
LifeCycle have developed in conjunction with a major manufacturer, the Xtension motor. A High Torque, High Tension Motor, specifically designed for better hill climbing.
This motor is exclusive to LifeCycle and is not available on any other electric bike.This XTENSION motor enables the LifeCycle to out climb all other electric bikes currently available.
This combination of the Super High Power Lithium Battery and the XTENSION motor, gives the LifeCyles a significantly superior performance over all other Electric Bikes.
Don’t just take our word for it. Come and try a genuine LifeCycle for your self! Compare it to any bike, of any price currently on the market. You will find as we have, that the LifeCycle beats them all, and leaves them standing. Try at Honiton, Devon or at Bugle, St Austell, Cornwall