As promised in one of our latest posts we’ve got some more product announcements for you!
We have recently taken on Storck RADDAR bikes. Since 1995 Storck has been developing innovative ground breaking and timeless products which have won numerous tests and design awards. Storck have now enter the electric bike market with the Multitask and Multiroad Carbon which are based on Storck’s popular road bikes. Storck’s new series of electric bikes is exceptional in terms of both build quality and design.
Here at E-Motion we don’t mess around when it comes down to quality and reliability of electric bikes we sell. Thats one of the reasons we are now stocking Flyer. Flyer’s line up features a wide selection of crossbar, step through and folding ebikes with multiple colour options on selected models. Flyer distinguishes itself by the high-quality, hard-wearing components from well-known brands & all bikes come with a five year guarantee.
Later this year (or possibly early 2012) we are expecting to recieve one of the first batches of Wisper’s DaaHub retro fit ebike kit. Just like the kits from Bionx and other manufacturers this simple kit will allow you to convert your existing bike into an electric bike. The DaaHub kit provides you with a pedal assist mode as well as throttle. We had chance to test the DaaHub out for the first time at EuroBike this year on a BMX and full suspension mountain bike and we’re very pleased with its performance on both bikes. You can read more about our first experience with the DaaHub here.
The City of London Police have begun trialling the Wisper 906XC Tourer electric bike as apart of their anti-crime unit. The UK Police are now joining a handful of countries such as France, Germany and Belgian which are already using e-bikes. Wisper hail the 906XC as ‘the last word in electric bike excellence’ and we agree with them, its one of our favourite bikes and it boasts a special Carbon Matrix frame and Vogue Air Magnesium suspension forks. The 906XC has proven itself time and time again and the City of London Police only reinforce this message, picking it as their choice of electric bike.