Carrera Crossfire E Electric Hybrid Bike (Mens & Womens frames) £1000 Halfords
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Carrera Crossfire E Electric Hybrid Bike (Mens & Womens frames) £1000 Halfords

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Found 19th Jul
Halfords have now reduced the price of their Carrera Crossfire ebike, buy on line and get 3% cashback, however buy in store and save an additional 10% more if you are a member of British Cycling or Defence discount / blue light card. (need to download and print voucher)

Women's Frame : halfords.com/cyc…mes

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Carrera Crossfire E Mens Electric Hybrid Bike – 17”, 19”, 21” FramesTake the strain out of your daily commute or weekend outing with the Carrera Crossfire E. On a single charge the 417Wh battery provides up to 60 miles of pedalling assistance and will propel you on to speeds of 15.5mph. The Suntour rear hub motor with premium torque sensor offers 3 levels of assistance – Climb, Tour, and Eco – so you will have the power you need exactly when you need it. And if you need power for your devices, a Mini USB port built into the display offers on-the-go phone charging. The lightweight alloy frame and 8-speed gearing will help you up the hills, while the Suntour 75mm travel suspension forks will soften the bumps so you stay in control. Tektro disc brakes deliver reliable braking power whilst puncture resistant 700c Kenda K-935 tyres should help prevent a flat tyre from stopping you. If you’re looking for a solid bike that can handle roads and off-road paths alike, the Carrera E should be on your shortlist.


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MotorThe Carrera Crossfire E is built around a fantastic Suntour rear hub electric motor system, seemlessly integrated into the rear wheel. The power control in the system is delivered courtesy of a premium Torque sensor, which gradually eases the power in and out in response to your input, providing a natural ride characteristic and a real reason to upgrade from more basic speed sensor systems. The quality of the Torque sensor is really notable when accelerating out of corners and make small, or when making tighter intricate maneuvers. As required by law, the motor will automatically stop assisting you once you achieve a speed of 15.5mph.


BatteryWith a frame-mounted Li-Ion Phylion battery mounted on the Crossfire E’s down-tube, weight is balanced against the rear mounted hub motor providing an improved ride quality, over those with rear-mounted batteries. With a large battery capacity of 417Wh / 11.58Ah and a range of up to 60miles per charge the Vulcan is very capable of going the distance. As standard on all Carrera E-bikes, the Crossfire comes with an integrated smart control system that protects the battery from overheating, short circuiting or overcharging. The battery re-charges in just 6 hours, and comes with a full 2-year / 500 charge warranty.
Note; The total travel distance will depend on the capacity of the battery, rider and luggage weight, power mode setting and riding style.


Head-UnitThe electric motor of the Carrera Crossfire is controlled via full LCD Suntour Head Unit. The detachable head unit allows you to choose from one of 4 assistance modes, depending on the level of support you require. The unit also allows the user to view additional data such as Speed and Mileage to provide additional data whilst riding. The display is located centrally, directly below the line of vision whilst riding, allowing you to keep your attention on the road ahead.
Frame / ComponentsFrame: Aluminium – Step through or Crossbar
Gears: 8-speed Shimano Acera
Suspension: Suntour NVX-DS HLO 75mm
Brakes:: Tektro Hydraulic Disc
Wheels: Double wall alloy with 700c Kenda K-935 tyres
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10% discount available for AA Rewards members too.
These are utter rubbish and that's a kind review
Dodgy cut outs Been a long standing problem, never resolved, those who say it's only a inconvenience are being duped as if it does it the bike is 'not fit for purpose'. We wouldn't accept a car cutting out. Look at Pedalecs forums for more info
penfoldstuart1 h, 24 m ago

Dodgy cut outs Been a long standing problem, never resolved, those who say …Dodgy cut outs Been a long standing problem, never resolved, those who say it's only a inconvenience are being duped as if it does it the bike is 'not fit for purpose'. We wouldn't accept a car cutting out. Look at Pedalecs forums for more info


Oh dear... don't sound good.
This price from Cycle Republic and it gets heated to almost 400 degrees..... Same price here in Halfords, in fact £100 cheaper with BC membership, and it goes -143 freezing.
Just shows how temp of a deal is totally meaningless on this site.
Biker.Jeff2 h, 44 m ago

This price from Cycle Republic and it gets heated to almost 400 …This price from Cycle Republic and it gets heated to almost 400 degrees..... Same price here in Halfords, in fact £100 cheaper with BC membership, and it goes -143 freezing.Just shows how temp of a deal is totally meaningless on this site.


Indeed!
Biker.Jeff3 h, 9 m ago

This price from Cycle Republic and it gets heated to almost 400 …This price from Cycle Republic and it gets heated to almost 400 degrees..... Same price here in Halfords, in fact £100 cheaper with BC membership, and it goes -143 freezing.Just shows how temp of a deal is totally meaningless on this site.


halfords is a dreadful place with dreadful staff, temp reflects that.
termite30 m ago

halfords is a dreadful place with dreadful staff, temp reflects that.


That's the point of his comments about the heat being meaningless. This site is not about a review of the retailer, or the item. Heat is supposed to be purely about the price, which is the purpose of this site.
Deedie4 m ago

That's the point of his comments about the heat being meaningless. This …That's the point of his comments about the heat being meaningless. This site is not about a review of the retailer, or the item. Heat is supposed to be purely about the price, which is the purpose of this site.


Where does it say that?
termite1 h, 9 m ago

halfords is a dreadful place with dreadful staff, temp reflects that.


Well this Carrera Crossfire E has been posted as a Halfords deal before and had loads of heat.
So its nothing to do with the fact its Halfords.
penfoldstuart23 h, 41 m ago

Dodgy cut outs Been a long standing problem, never resolved, those who say …Dodgy cut outs Been a long standing problem, never resolved, those who say it's only a inconvenience are being duped as if it does it the bike is 'not fit for purpose'. We wouldn't accept a car cutting out. Look at Pedalecs forums for more info


Thanks for the info regarding the Pedalecs forum. I had been waiting for a few months for a special offer on this bike and would have gone for it had it not been for your comment and reading the Pedalecs topic on it.
I've never had an ebike so I know little about them. Can you or some other kind person recommend a good ebike for around £1200 or under?
dicey6917 m ago

Thanks for the info regarding the Pedalecs forum. I had been waiting for a …Thanks for the info regarding the Pedalecs forum. I had been waiting for a few months for a special offer on this bike and would have gone for it had it not been for your comment and reading the Pedalecs topic on it.I've never had an ebike so I know little about them. Can you or some other kind person recommend a good ebike for around £1200 or under?


What will the bike be used for ?
davem1319th Jul

These are utter rubbish and that's a kind review


And yet my friend at work has had this model for a year or two now and absolutely loves it. Never had a problem, and says he couldn't imagine not having it now.
Biker.Jeff20th Jul

What will the bike be used for ?


Sorry for the delay responding to you. It would be used on the road. Mainly for 8 mile trips, but I would like to get one with a range of 40 miles or over.
dicey6919 m ago

Sorry for the delay responding to you. It would be used on the road. …Sorry for the delay responding to you. It would be used on the road. Mainly for 8 mile trips, but I would like to get one with a range of 40 miles or over.


For mainly road, the Raleigh Pioneer E is a good deal atm...... I have one myself and i've been pretty impressed with it since i bought it last year. Its also been totally reliable with no motor cut outs like the Crossfire E. It'll easily do 40 miles with its 400wh batt if you use one down from full power setting.
Rigid fork is much better than cheap suss. It only really loses out against the Crossfire by not having hydraulic disc brakes and uses rim brakes, but they're more than adequate.

jejamescycles.com/ral…BwE
Biker.Jeff5 h, 9 m ago

For mainly road, the Raleigh Pioneer E is a good deal atm...... I have one …For mainly road, the Raleigh Pioneer E is a good deal atm...... I have one myself and i've been pretty impressed with it since i bought it last year. Its also been totally reliable with no motor cut outs like the Crossfire E. It'll easily do 40 miles with its 400wh batt if you use one down from full power setting.Rigid fork is much better than cheap suss. It only really loses out against the Crossfire by not having hydraulic disc brakes and uses rim brakes, but they're more than adequate. https://www.jejamescycles.com/raleigh-pioneer-electric-cross-bar.html?gclid=CjwKCAjws8vaBRBFEiwAQfhs-AFpH6Vad1tygTxcQ0K3GhizfSNCH13OyWi0nxuIdDppPH9mjIXxOBoCZusQAvD_BwE


That looks right up my street and well under my budget. Thank you very much for the info and for taking the time to reply.
Giant are having a sale and although their bikes are a lot more than the halfords ones the quality appears to be right up there, if you have a cycle to work scheme and your employer let's you top up then a £2000 bike becomes 1750 and if like me you can shift on old bike on ebay then then price comes Down a bit more.
dicey696 h, 10 m ago

That looks right up my street and well under my budget. Thank you very …That looks right up my street and well under my budget. Thank you very much for the info and for taking the time to reply.


If you buy it and need to know anything about it after its been delivered, drop me a pm. I've had the bike almost a year now, so i'm familiar with every aspect of it.
It also comes with lights, that run off the main battery and have a light sensor, so they'll turn on automatically in low light. They're only incandescent bulb lights and not led, but its a still a nice touch.
Surprised this is cold unless the bike is rubbish. 140 halford reviews says its good. Even better when buying from store vs online retailer as the 2 year warranty means you can take straight back to store and get them to resolve it rather than dealing with online call centres
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