Wisper 705 Torque electric bike Step-Through
The Wisper 705 Torque electric bike is a best selling multi-purpose ebike and comes in Graphite.
Available in both step-through and crossbar frames.
This Wisper ebike provides a virtually silent rider experience.
Powered by the Wisper High efficiency, 250watt ultra Hi-torque brushless rear hub 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 battery and you have the choice of the medium range 375Wh which gives a range of up to 50 miles*, the Samsung long range 575Wh which gives a range of up to 75 miles & Mega Range 700Wh which gives a range of up to 90 miles of enjoyable ebike riding between charges. Batteries can be charged on the bike or unlocked and removed and will take four-six hours to charge from flat.
The front light is a 15W LED. The rear is a 36V light, both are powered by the ebike battery.
The weight of the bike is 24kg with the 375Wh battery, 25kg with the 575Wh battery & 25.5kg with the 700Wh battery.
The 18″ frame is hand welded, 6061 Alloy T4 and T6 tempered. There are five modes of pedal assistance you can control from the Wisper backlit LCD display and eight-speed SHIMANO Acera derailleur gears with eight-speed rapid fire selector making it easy to ride with the power off should you wish.
The 705 Torque comes with Suntour NEX/SR with lockout and pre-tension.
Aluminium double walled wheel rims and 26” x 1.5″ Kenda tyres with high puncture resistance, kevlar and reflective sidewalls give a good combination making the 705 SE torque perfect hybrid option, whether you’re commuting through busy city streets or simply hitting the open road.
The 705 Torque comes with a ten-year frame warranty and two-year 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 weight of cyclist, frequent use of pedal assist, the air pressure in tyres, road condition, etc.