Kalkhoff Image 5.B Excite Electric Trapezium
The Kalkhoff Image 5.B Excite electric bike trapezium is a powerful Bosch city ebike.
The Kalkhoff Image 5.B Excite ebike comes fully equipped with mudguards and a rack combining everything a modern city e-bike needs.
The 250watt (65Nm) Bosch Performance Line motor assists up to 15.5mph (the maximum speed allowed by UK/EU regulation) meaning you can take on any challenge. The perfect companion in the urban jungle.
Powered by a 36 volt 17.4Ah removable integrated lithium-ion battery providing perfect weight distribution and unrivalled balance. This gives an impressive range of 90miles* per full charge.
Built in the characteristic northern Geman minimalist Kalkhoff design, this bike frame is beautifully designed containing the battery making it attractive and modern.
It takes 2.5-six hours to charge the battery.
The control panel on the Image 5.B Excite is the Bosch Intuvia LCD display which allows you to control all aspects of the bike; from the four power-assist modes to the walk-assist function (taking the bike up to 4mph). Monitor your distance, both for the current trip and miles ridden overall. You can also see how many miles you have left on the battery and so much more.
The Image 5.B Excite allows you to swap stress for cycling freedom!
Suntour NEX suspension forks can be locked out for less resistance on the road creating the perfect urban commuter.
The 65Nm motor combined with the Enviolo trekking hub and the low-maintenance Gates belt drive means you can effortlessly glide past those traffic jams; sustainable and stylish.
Braking is covered by Shimano MT400 hydraulic disc brakes, whilst Schwalbe marathon tyres are great for braking and climbing.
The frame is warranted for ten years.
Motor, battery, charger and controller are warranted for two years.
The right is reserved to inspect the battery for signs of neglect, lack of use, misuse or immersion in water.
Consumable items 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, road condition, etc.