Izip Aspen 2010 Gents 26inch  Electric Bike. £459.58 delivered @ all-about-the-home.co.uk
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Izip Aspen 2010 Gents 26inch Electric Bike. £459.58 delivered @ all-about-the-home.co.uk

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Found 24th Jul 2011
See image in post below. This is a really good price for this bike.

Spend £200 or more on a single bike you'll receive a FREE Tacx Multi-Tool & Beto Pump worth £22.50

Alloy frame with Zoom suspension fork

26” alloy rims with 26x1.95 chunky tyres

Alloy V brakes front & rear

Alloy brake levers

Full plastic mudguard

Semi raised bars / adjustable rake stem

Alloy carrier

Micro adjust suspension seat post

Comfort saddle

Side kick stand

Double disc chainguard

Alloy crank arms

Shimano 7spd mega range gears with revoshift changer

Currie side mount motor – chain driven

Battery – 24v 10A SLA, side mounted rack fitting, removable / locking, built in handle

Control unit – handlebar mounted, battery indicator, 3 setting torque adjuster

* All our Izip Bikes are delivered fully assembled in our own custom made full size bike boxes. Many other dealers supply Izip bikes straight from the distributor and leave the customer to pick through the pieces. We fully build & test each Izip so you simply have to pop on the pedals, turn the handlebars and charge the battery!!

* Delivery to England, Wales & Scottish Borders is included within the price - Discounted for all Isles and Islands - please see delivery charges
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If any of those voting cold could point me in the direction of a better deal for a bike like this I would much appreciate it.

My mate is looking for one for going to work on, he has a hell of a hill to get up and I suggested one of these as he wants a bike to use as part of his weight loss training so this would be ideal for him.
How fast would one of these go on the flat and is it charged from actual cycling?
Yorkie1962

If any of those voting cold could point me in the direction of a better … If any of those voting cold could point me in the direction of a better deal for a bike like this I would much appreciate it.My mate is looking for one for going to work on, he has a hell of a hill to get up and I suggested one of these as he wants a bike to use as part of his weight loss training so this would be ideal for him.


If he wants to lose weight then an electric bike isn't going to help!
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If he wants to lose weight then an electric bike isn't going to help!



He's not been on a bike for years and the hill he has to get up to get to work is both steep and very long so one of these will help. The idea of these bikes is that you use the motor when you can't manage yourself and not to use the motor all the time. Common sense really.
Yorkie1962

He's not been on a bike for years and the hill he has to get up to get to … He's not been on a bike for years and the hill he has to get up to get to work is both steep and very long so one of these will help. The idea of these bikes is that you use the motor when you can't manage yourself and not to use the motor all the time. Common sense really.



Not really, since they are electrically assisted - you still have to pedal it. They also tend to be obscenely heavy, barely offsetting the assist.

£450 buys an awful lot of normal bicycle. That's the better option for fitness. It doesn;t take long to get that fitness built up and the hill climbed.
I use my Powabyke X24 to and from work because I am a lazy sod.It is also great fun passing serious cyclists going up hills all dressed in Lycra & me in my council gear.I would advise getting a bike with brushed/brushless hub motor though.
Edited by: "Lanse" 24th Jul 2011
Lanse

I use my Powabyke X24 to and from work because I am a lazy sod.It is also … I use my Powabyke X24 to and from work because I am a lazy sod.It is also great fun passing serious cyclists going up hills all dressed in Lycra & me in my council gear.I would advise getting a bike with brushed/brushless hub motor though.



So which is it, brushed or brushless????????????
Yorkie1962

My mate is looking for one for going to work on, he has a hell of a hill … My mate is looking for one for going to work on, he has a hell of a hill to get up and I suggested one of these as he wants a bike to use as part of his weight loss training so this would be ideal for him.


Haven't voted either way, but seriously, if your mate is wanting to cycle to help lose some weight he'd be far better getting a standard bike and simply walking up any of the hills he can't cycle up.
Brushless,more exspensive though.
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