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The Hikobike Enduro electric mountain bike can double up as a fast commuter e-bike for weekdays and an off-road bike for extended trail rides at the weekend. As it says in the name – it’s built to endure.

 

The Enduro features large 27.5” wheels with 2.25” KENDA off road puncture resistant tyres or Schwalbe Hurricane hybrid tyres, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, Suntour XCM front suspension forks and a suspension seat post, creating a bike that withstands fast riding and can soak up the bumps in and out of the city.

Featuring the highly regarded 250W Bafang hub drive motor and a Samsung 48V (500Wh/670Wh) battery, the Enduro will provide powerful and reliable assistance.

For convenience and security, the battery is fully removable and can be charged on or off the frame. As an approximate guide, the Enduro can ride 40 – 60 miles on a full battery*.

The bike comes with LED lights (front & rear) and an additional brake light operated through the Tektro brake levers, enabling you to ride at any time of day. Combined with the Hikobike pannier, the rear rack is ideal for carrying cargo and the thumb throttle (7kph start assist) gives you that helping hand on the odd occasion that you want to push your bike. The bike also comes with full aluminium mud guards and a kick stand.

The Enduro is a large sized full aluminium frame and is available in Pacific Blue, Irridian Silver or Olive Green.

Approx. rider height: 5’6″ – 6’3″
Max weight (rider + cargo): 130kg
Weight: 21kg + Battery 2.7kg
Voltage: 48V
Battery power: 500Wh/670Wh
Battery cells: Samsung
Gears:

  • 10 Speed Deore (Blue & Silver only)
  • 8 Speed Acera (Green only)

Brakes: Tektro hydraulic disc front & rear
Lights: LED front & rear with additional brake light
Tyres: KENDA Off Road Puncture resistant 27.5 x 2.35
Wheels: 27.5″

HIKOBIKE ENDURO

£1,995.00Price
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Cycle to Work

We accept Cycle to Work schemes, please get in touch to discuss.

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Free 1st Service

This is a general check over of the bike after 3 months or 140 miles, whichever comes first.