Westhill Ghost 2 ebike Cross Bar
The Westhill Ghost 2 ebike Cross-bar is ideal for downhill or simply the daily commute.
The new Westhill Ghost 2 ebike is the latest in electric bike design.
The 250watt (45nm) hub motor assists up to 15.5mph (the maximum speed allowed by UK/EU regulation) meaning you can take on any challenge. Travelling further, sweating less and gaining confidence.
Powered by a 36 volt 400wh integrated LG lithium-ion battery providing perfect weight distribution and unrivalled balance. This gives an impressive range of 35 – 80 miles* per full charge. If this isn’t enough range you can always upgrade to the 500wh battery.
The classic mountain bike frame contains the battery giving it a sleek and sporty appearance.
It takes four-six hours to charge the battery.
The control panel on the Ghost 2 has been updated to feature a modern waterproof LCD screen which allows you to control all aspects of the bike; from the nine 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.
The Ghost 2 frame offers unrivalled balance and a smooth ride getting to the top of the hill faster without compromising performance.
RST ARES front suspension forks can be adjusted or even locked out for road cycling with less resistance creating a perfect urban commuter.
The quiet hub motor combined with Shimano Alivio 27 speed gears (3×9) means you will be able to travel further and experience more than you would on a regular bike.
Braking is covered by front and rear disc brakes, whilst 27.5″ Kenda tyres keep your wheels firmly planted to the road.
The frame is warranted for three years.
Components 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 cyclist, frequent use of pedal assist, the air pressure in tyres, road condition, etc.