This electric bike is made of an Aluminum frame that can withstand a maximum weight of 150kg, and is very lightweight.
Happyrun HR-2006 electric bike with a 350W brushless motor with aluminum wheels will give you great power.
With 10Ah Li-ion battery power support, you can get up to 25km/h and 50km-60km long-range endurance.
HR-2006 is a compact and lightweight folding electric bike with simple operation, safe braking system, takes only 10 seconds to go from 0 to 25 km/h.
You can ride in both pure electric and pure human riding modes. Shimano 7 speed controller will bring you any driving feeling that you want. Please wear your helmet!
|Specification||Motor Power: 350W
Gear: Shimano 7 Speed
Display: 886 LCD
Wheel Size: 20''x4.0 Inflatable Snow Tires
Climb Angle: 25 Degrees
Brake System: Dual Disc Brake
Max Speed: 25KM/H OR 15.5MPH
Max Range: 40-50KM OR 25-31MILE
Load Capacity: 150KG OR 330.7LBS
Battery Capacity: 36V 10AH
Battery Layout: Removable Battery Pack
Charging Time: 5-7 h
Wheel Hub: Alloy Hub
Riding Modle: Walk, Power Assist, Riding
Light: LED Front Light
|Weight & Size||Product Weight: 29.4kg
Package Weight: 35kg
Package Size(L x W x H): 100x49x79cm
1 x Electric Folding Bike
🚚 Shipping - Free shipping on all orders to anywhere in Ireland and Europe. 7-15 business days delivery time.
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*Accesories shown in the pictures may be optional or available to buy seperately
*Product specifications are directly mentioned by manufacturers and they are under optimum test conditions, they may vary with external factors
Disclaimer:- Its completely legal to buy, sell and own an e-scooter in Ireland. At the moment, privately-owned electric scooters are illegal to use on the public highway in Ireland & the UK. However they can be ridden on private land.
Update:19th october :-legislation has been approved by Cabinet and is sent to Oireachtas for approval of scooters on Irish roads