EZEGO Commute EX Mixte Electric Bike
The EZEGO Commute EX Mixte electric bike is a lightweight reliable e-bike perfect for propelling you up the hills.
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Struggling up hills will be a thing of the past with the EZEGO Commute.
If you wish to get in some extra exercise and ride unaided, you can push yourself a little more and switch off the assist or lower the power.
This super sleek ebike is built around a lightweight alloy frame and fork. All the components on the EZE Commute have been carefully selected for optimal performance and low weight.
Powered by the powerful EZEGO rear-wheel 250W motor, it will assist you up to 15.5mph (the maximum speed allowed by UK/EU regulation).
You can go as fast as you can pedal, as the brushless motor allows the rear wheel to spin freely. It is powered by a 36-volt lithium-ion battery. The 11.6Ah Samsung cells give a range of up to 40 miles* of enjoyable ebike riding between charges. Batteries can be charged on the bike or unlocked and removed and will take four hours to charge from flat.
The EZE Commute makes your commute to work or to the shops not only EZE but fun as well.
This ebike thrives on the diverse landscape and terrain that the country has to offer.
The frame is 6061 lightweight alloy with internal cables. There are five modes of pedal assistance you can control from the handlebar-mounted LED display and eight-speed Shimano Acera derailleur gears making it easy to ride with the power off should you wish and help you get up the hills.
The Commute features a great walk-assist feature allowing you to engage the motor up to 4mph at the push of a button.
Alloy double-walled wheel rims and 700 x 35c e-bike-specific Kenda Kwest tyres with reflective sidewalls help you be seen and stay safe at night, as well as ensure you have full control in all conditions.
The Commute comes with a one-year frame, motor, parts and battery warranty.
The right is reserved to inspect the battery for signs of neglect, lack of use, misuse or immersion in water.
Wear and tear components such as brake pads and tyres are not covered unless of faulty construction.
*This will vary depending on the weight of the cyclist, frequent use of pedal assist, the air pressure in tyres, terrain, etc.