F - wheel DYU Electric Bike  -  WHITE - £195 @ Gearbest
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fireman11 h, 6 m ago

It might be the assumption that council estate dwellers don't care much …It might be the assumption that council estate dwellers don't care much for the law.An assumption which I can assure you is completely true.


The idea that poor people are out breaking the law and robbing people blind at every opportunity, is a threadbare old story kept alive by a corrupt agenda. It serves one purpose, to shift the blame onto those less fortunate, those who can't stick up for themselves. You know that the middle classes make up for around 80% of the UKs fraud right? White collar crime costs the UK literally billions every year. A load of our own politicians entrusted with our hard earned cash were caught scamming the system for millions a few years ago. The Paradise Papers show single individuals stealing several million of tax payers money each! These are the ones who society looks up to, the ones who are never in trouble with the law, and are never held accountable for their crimes. What about the bankers? The ones we entrusted to look after our money. They stole our investments, breached our contracts, and then walked away with millions of pounds after making hard working families with children homeless. Who are the real criminals who don't care much for the law? Wake up, we're being deceived.
jaydeeuk111 m ago

Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on …Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.


Unsure why being on a council estate is relevant.
jaydeeuk11 h, 19 m ago

Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on …Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.


I bet 98% off the people that read this dumb comment are thinking what I'm thinking about you..... I'll give you a hint, its not very nice
Edited by: "Snakeyes646" 14th Dec 2017
tomlewis00732 m ago

Unsure why being on a council estate is relevant.


My sentiments exactly
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If I was still commuting by train I would have been all over this!!!!
I’ve already got one of these and love it
nice find
Inspired by dolphins, sold!
Aren't they illegal in the UK? I thought e-bikes had to be pedal assist and that has no pedals so would of thought you couldn't use it on the road. Looks great value for what you are getting but can you actually use it?
bonzobanana3 m ago

Aren't they illegal in the UK? I thought e-bikes had to be pedal assist …Aren't they illegal in the UK? I thought e-bikes had to be pedal assist and that has no pedals so would of thought you couldn't use it on the road. Looks great value for what you are getting but can you actually use it?


Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.
Shame it's Gearbest and not a retailer who can be trusted
jaydeeuk111 m ago

Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on …Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.


Unsure why being on a council estate is relevant.
BigBuds36 m ago

I’ve already got one of these and love it


Just for info , what age group would you say these fit
Not much good if you can only use on private property.
mtc15 m ago

Not much good if you can only use on private property.


It's like saying you can't record or take pictures at music concert because of copy right!!
jozski4 m ago

It's like saying you can't record or take pictures at music concert …It's like saying you can't record or take pictures at music concert because of copy right!!


Would you get a £1k fine and 6-8 points on your driving licence for taking a picture at a concert?
jaydeeuk11 h, 19 m ago

Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on …Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.


I bet 98% off the people that read this dumb comment are thinking what I'm thinking about you..... I'll give you a hint, its not very nice
Edited by: "Snakeyes646" 14th Dec 2017
Reasonable price for an e-bike, but you would look like a total c**t on it
tomlewis00732 m ago

Unsure why being on a council estate is relevant.


My sentiments exactly
jaydeeuk152 m ago

Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on …Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.


Why arnt grandads driving in the middle of the road on a mobility scooter illegal ?
Liquidsky16 m ago

Why arnt grandads driving in the middle of the road on a mobility scooter …Why arnt grandads driving in the middle of the road on a mobility scooter illegal ?


gov.uk/mob…oad
Thank you
fireman11 h, 6 m ago

It might be the assumption that council estate dwellers don't care much …It might be the assumption that council estate dwellers don't care much for the law.An assumption which I can assure you is completely true.


The idea that poor people are out breaking the law and robbing people blind at every opportunity, is a threadbare old story kept alive by a corrupt agenda. It serves one purpose, to shift the blame onto those less fortunate, those who can't stick up for themselves. You know that the middle classes make up for around 80% of the UKs fraud right? White collar crime costs the UK literally billions every year. A load of our own politicians entrusted with our hard earned cash were caught scamming the system for millions a few years ago. The Paradise Papers show single individuals stealing several million of tax payers money each! These are the ones who society looks up to, the ones who are never in trouble with the law, and are never held accountable for their crimes. What about the bankers? The ones we entrusted to look after our money. They stole our investments, breached our contracts, and then walked away with millions of pounds after making hard working families with children homeless. Who are the real criminals who don't care much for the law? Wake up, we're being deceived.
Snakeyes6461 h, 13 m ago

I bet 98% off the people that read this dumb comment are thinking what I'm …I bet 98% off the people that read this dumb comment are thinking what I'm thinking about you..... I'll give you a hint, its not very nice


SNOWFLAKE ALERT🚨🚨🚨
jaydeeuk11 h, 52 m ago

Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on …Nope, illegal. Plus I'd look a right nobber on one. Won't stop those on the council estates though.


Pretty pointless then besides if you run at of charge you have to wheel it home which would be pretty awful. Legal E-bikes can be ridden as normal bikes too which means you can always cycle home even if the bike is heavy and difficult getting up hills. The weight limit of 120kg is impressive though for a little e-bike I suspect such a person will probably get about 5 miles out of it before the long walk of shame home. Plenty of time for the local coppers to spot the lack of pedals and pounce.
Dekard9742 m ago

The idea that poor people are out breaking the law and robbing people …The idea that poor people are out breaking the law and robbing people blind at every opportunity, is a threadbare old story kept alive by a corrupt agenda. It serves one purpose, to shift the blame onto those less fortunate, those who can't stick up for themselves. You know that the middle classes make up for around 80% of the UKs fraud right? White collar crime costs the UK literally billions every year. A load of our own politicians entrusted with our hard earned cash were caught scamming the system for millions a few years ago. The Paradise Papers show single individuals stealing several million of tax payers money each! These are the ones who society looks up to, the ones who are never in trouble with the law, and are never held accountable for their crimes. What about the bankers? The ones we entrusted to look after our money. They stole our investments, breached our contracts, and then walked away with millions of pounds after making hard working families with children homeless. Who are the real criminals who don't care much for the law? Wake up, we're being deceived.


Remind me not to invite you to a dinner party.
Officially illegal (ridiculous law), but are you likely to get pulled, I doubt it. Ideal for those that live in sea side towns to use on the beach front. These use the same batteries as hoverboards, and someone on youtube says you can wire them up in tandem for double capacity.
Edited by: "thabiz" 14th Dec 2017
muckspreader155 m ago

SNOWFLAKE ALERT🚨🚨🚨


typical soft lad comment
fireman12 h, 23 m ago

It might be the assumption that council estate dwellers don't care much …It might be the assumption that council estate dwellers don't care much for the law.An assumption which I can assure you is completely true.


I'll make the assumption that your a small minded idiot!
Joey.Bloggsy2 h, 34 m ago

Just for info , what age group would you say these fit


I’m 38 and use it as I’m disabled. I use it everywhere, in city centres, at the seaside, taking the dog for a walk. It wouldn’t be any good if your over 6ft but foreveryone else it would be fine. My 8yr old rides it as well. Police don’t look twice at you, so people saying it’s illegal are right but the police aren’t bothered, so unless your causing trouble on it you should be fine. It takes about 8hrs to charge it and it lasts about 15miles. When it’s new it will only do 20kmph but after 10kms it will do 30kmph. I just put mine on it’s side with the throttle open for 10km.
As far as I know the posted deal would be illegal to ride on public roads, as no pedals, but the pedal version below would be okay to use?

m.gearbest.com/ele…tml

Really a great area though, it's a shame as these could be very handy to use in the UK
Being over 6ft I'd rather wait for somebody in China to copy get inspired and create something like GREYP G12

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...hot for the price OP.
DonkeyKonk44 m ago

As far as I know the posted deal would be illegal to ride on public roads, …As far as I know the posted deal would be illegal to ride on public roads, as no pedals, but the pedal version below would be okay to use? https://m.gearbest.com/electric-bikes/pp_931863.htmlReally a great area though, it's a shame as these could be very handy to use in the UK


Yeah that one looks legal enough but at £300 with the risk of import duty, product failure and return issues plus its so small with no saddle height adjustment surely better to go for one of the £400 e-bikes you often see over here. While its got pedals it only appears to be single gear. You can get some cheap chinese e-bikes sold by chinese companies but despatched from Europe to avoid duty too. That looks a bit high risk. Some reason I also find it amusing now that I've actually seen people riding it. I suspect I'd be kneeing myself in the face constantly if I tried to pedal it. One for short arses only or people who have had their feet surgically attached to their knees.

gearbest.com/ele…=21

Edited by: "bonzobanana" 14th Dec 2017
whaleshark2 h, 48 m ago

Remind me not to invite you to a dinner party.


Probably for the best
bonzobanana3 h, 50 m ago

Pretty pointless then besides if you run at of charge you have to wheel it …Pretty pointless then besides if you run at of charge you have to wheel it home which would be pretty awful. Legal E-bikes can be ridden as normal bikes too which means you can always cycle home even if the bike is heavy and difficult getting up hills. The weight limit of 120kg is impressive though for a little e-bike I suspect such a person will probably get about 5 miles out of it before the long walk of shame home. Plenty of time for the local coppers to spot the lack of pedals and pounce.


This, so much this. Yet for some reason ebikes are still costly. Halfords do one at £500 but it's £850 before you get one that's kinda pleasant to ride as a bike. Want something from a big name brand? Rutland do something from Giant for £900.

Even home-builds are pretty expensive, a good kit being 300-400, a proper bike (aluminium, many gears, disc brakes) being a few hundred more. I can definitely see why someone would buy one of these e-mopeds.
Wezhayw3 h, 15 m ago

Living NEAR a council estate, I can confirm that's where a CCTV camera has …Living NEAR a council estate, I can confirm that's where a CCTV camera has been affixed to a lampost. The bus shelter glass has been replaced with a black meshy plastic. A police car is usually parked nearby. And when its not a police siren you're hearing, its a quad bike, or a moped with the muffler/exhaust removed, or a scrambler, or a GoPed (remember those!?) being ridden by what I could only assume are the friendly local Alpine community who are off to their happy ski resort if I'm going by what they're wearing. Now my eyes have been opened and I can see these are just hoodlum middle class snobs, coming home from working their night shift at the office of doing nothing but sucking cash out of the tax system. And then disrupting those poor less fortunate who live on that council estate.Now i know Gearbest items always bring some sort of uprising in these forums, but I don't see what this argument has to do with an electric bike.

There is a world of difference between pond life deviants on stolen quad/motor cross bikes and someone riding a silent 15mph electric bike the size of a suitcase.

Vandalism to bus shelters, shop windows, cars, public park benches is also regularly carried out by middle/upper class students in any student area. Not to mention the vomit, used condoms and drug use.

Asian youths from nice semi detached houses cause mayhem in town centres in high powered luxury cars and throw fireworks about at eid.

We can generalise till the cows come home, every level of society has scum bags that should be dealt with in an ideal world. But anyone riding one of these in a way that causes no threat to others is a non issue.
muckspreader16 h, 8 m ago

SNOWFLAKE ALERT🚨🚨🚨


Whenever I hear this phrase, it’s is often used by the elderly.
Edited by: "Adam_C-82b30.64866" 14th Dec 2017
CampGareth2 h, 33 m ago

This, so much this. Yet for some reason ebikes are still costly. Halfords …This, so much this. Yet for some reason ebikes are still costly. Halfords do one at £500 but it's £850 before you get one that's kinda pleasant to ride as a bike. Want something from a big name brand? Rutland do something from Giant for £900. Even home-builds are pretty expensive, a good kit being 300-400, a proper bike (aluminium, many gears, disc brakes) being a few hundred more. I can definitely see why someone would buy one of these e-mopeds.


There are a few cheap e-bikes about.


bicycles4u.com/col…rer


parkersofbolton.co.uk/col…eel

Plus I'm sure there are other cheap options on ebay and amazon. Still probably best to wait now for the January sales.

Still I prefer pies, curries, sweet treats power to electric power anyway. Keeps the bike more simple and reliable and helps maintain good fitness plus aids weight loss or at least prevent weight gain.
Voted hot for the price, but still holding off personally.

Had this been the pedal edition and 10ah versoin, It woulda been a instant buy.
Every time I see something electric on here people go on about it been illegal or not, honestly police are not policing this weather it’s illegal or not
Edited by: "MSH89" 14th Dec 2017
BigBuds10 h, 17 m ago

I’ve already got one of these and love it


What's it like?

Could you give us a mini review of your experience with it?
elbs2 h, 54 m ago

What's it like?Could you give us a mini review of your experience with it?

There is quite afew vids and reviews on youtube pal. I think these are good if you are genuinely gonna use it.
Dekard9713 h, 39 m ago

The idea that poor people are out breaking the law and robbing people …The idea that poor people are out breaking the law and robbing people blind at every opportunity, is a threadbare old story kept alive by a corrupt agenda. It serves one purpose, to shift the blame onto those less fortunate, those who can't stick up for themselves. You know that the middle classes make up for around 80% of the UKs fraud right? White collar crime costs the UK literally billions every year. A load of our own politicians entrusted with our hard earned cash were caught scamming the system for millions a few years ago. The Paradise Papers show single individuals stealing several million of tax payers money each! These are the ones who society looks up to, the ones who are never in trouble with the law, and are never held accountable for their crimes. What about the bankers? The ones we entrusted to look after our money. They stole our investments, breached our contracts, and then walked away with millions of pounds after making hard working families with children homeless. Who are the real criminals who don't care much for the law? Wake up, we're being deceived.


Pipe down man. I’m sur it was just meant to be a bit of light hearted banter. Like saying all Scousers have tashes and wear tracksuits.
MSH895 h, 21 m ago

Every time I see something electric on here people go on about it been …Every time I see something electric on here people go on about it been illegal or not, honestly police are not policing this weather it’s illegal or not


Agreed but not worth the risk tho. Many bus lanes aren’t Policed - do u drive through them?
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