MBM Titania Electric Bike Step-Through
The MBM Titania Electric bike Step-Through is a classy and elegant ebike with a comfortable upright riding position.
The 250watt 80Nm Oli move plus mid-motor assists up to 15.5mph (the maximum speed allowed by UK/EU regulation) meaning you will be leaving all your friends on ordinary bikes standing!
Powered by a 36 volt 14Ah lithium-ion battery providing you with 504wh of power. This gives an impressive range of about 50 miles* per full charge.
It takes about six hours to charge the battery from empty.
The handlebar-mounted large LCD display delivers a complete range of information including a battery indicator, management of five levels of power assistance a walk-assist function (taking the bike up to 4mph), light status indicator, outside temperature, time, cyclist power, a tripometer and speed indicator.
The titania has a traditional look about it whilst also offering the rider maximum comfort.
Selle Bassano saddle makes the Titania the pinnacle of comfort and practicality.
Available in the most popular step-through frame style makes getting on and off the bike much easier. With a comfortable upright riding position ideal for long rides or commuting to work. Perfect for city riding, but equally at home on a country trail.
The 80Nm mid-motor combined with Shimano Acera 7 speed gears means you will be able to travel further and experience more than you would on a regular bike.
Braking is covered by SHIMANO Mt200 hydraulic brakes, whilst 700C Schwalbe Marathon puncture resist tyres keep your wheels firmly planted to the road.
Frame motor, battery, charger and controller are warranted for two years.
The warranty is subject to proper care for and reasonable use of the e-bike.
The right is reserved to inspect the battery for signs of neglect, lack of use, misuse or immersion in water.
The warranty does not include labour cost.
Consumable items such as bulbs, brake pads, inner tubes, chain, cables, tyres etc 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.