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February 18, 2015 Electric Bikes

Raleigh electric bikes in stock at Axcess-electric-bikes.

The Raleigh Motus and Captus , Bosch crank driven electric bikes are now in stock at Axcess-electric-bikes and available for test rides.

Both bikes share the same crossbar and step-through frames together with the Bosch 250 watt Active Line mid motor which has found such favour throughout Europe. Each is also equipped with the Bosch Intuvia Display with 4 power settings, showing range, speed, and time information, Schwalbe Energiser 700 X 38 tyres, Selle Bassano comfort saddle and Suntour NEX suspension forks.

Priced at £2000 The Motus is the better specified bike with Magura HS11 Hydraulic rim brakes and brake levers, SRAM Via Centro 10 speed derailleur and Shift levers. Shimano front wheel dynamo runs the front and rear lamps. The motor is powered by a Bosch 400 watt (36V X 11.1 Ah) lithium battery.

The Captus priced at £1750 is good value for an electric bike with the advantages of the Bosch motor and Intuvia display. The level of equipment on the bike reflects the price. Raleigh V Brakes, 9 speed cassette with Shimano Altus derailleur and Shift levers are specified with a Bosch 300 watt (36V X 8.33 Ah) Lithium battery, which should give the Rider a 25 mile range over a hilly terrain.


These 2 bikes mark a significant step forward for Raleigh in the electric bike market.

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Axcess were the nearest specialist supplier of Ebikes, and there web page gave good descriptions. I visited their premises, tried out their folding models around the factory estate and on that basis chose a ELife folding bike as the one best suited to my needs. I have been pleased with the model I chose. - It is of robust construction with front fork suspension and it deals well with farm tracks and forest trails - it folds easily and fits in the back of the car - it shrinks distances compared with my old pedal bike - it has coped with all hills I have so far tried it on - I don't know what its range is (30 miles seems about right for gentle countryside). I had thought that battery capacity would be a limitation, but it is not. It is in fact saddle soreness.
I recently purchased the Axcess Electric Shetland folding bike which fits nicely In the back of my SUV without having to lower the rear seats. It’s an excellent bike and build .. easy to mount and dismount .. perfectly suitable for me as I am now in my mid fifties and appreciate a little assistance nowadays on longer journeys and Inclines , that said It’s a great bike for any adult whatever there age and as they say ... It has the power to get you there and back. I have previously owned two other electric cycles of another brand that were hard work to cycle when the power was off even on the flat. I’m pleased to say that this Is not an Issue with the Axcess Electric Bike that you can pedal with ease If and when the power Is not required ..
asan.80.year.old.impaired.person.through.strokes.and.dvt.walking.was.almostimpossible so.i.purchased.an.elife.electric.bike.i.now.get.around.even.on.steep.hills.my.legs.are.improving slowly.all.in.all.from.my.experience.i.would.recomend.this.type.of.transport.to.every.body as.a.impaired.person.my.bike.has.given.we.new.lease.of.life
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