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Jetson 12" (30.5cm) Bolt Folding Electric Commuter Bike at Costco instore for £311.98
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Jetson 12" (30.5cm) Bolt Folding Electric Commuter Bike at Costco instore for £311.98

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Posted 28th Dec 2018

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saw this the other day and thought it was an interesting product. It’s cheaper in store compared to buying online
LED headlights
Built in carrying handle
LCD display
Frame: Aluminium alloy
Maximum Speed: Up to 16mph
Maximum Range: Up to 17miles
Climbing Angle: 15 degrees
Motor: 250 watt hub motor
Battery: 36V, 5.2Ah rechargable lithium-ion
Removable Battery: No
Brake: Rear disc brake
Throttle Type: Twist throttle
Wheels: 12” (30.5cm)
Tyres: Rubber
Lights: LED headlights
Charging Time: Up to 5 hours
Seat/Saddle: Comfort seat
Kickstand: Yes
USB Hub/Charger: No
Bluetooth: Yes
Water Reistant: Yes
Folded Dimensions: H 71.1 x W 101.6 x D 11.4 cm
Open Dimensions: H 94 x W 101.6 x D 50.8 cm
Recommended Age: 13+ years
Maximum User Weight: 113.4 kg
Weight: 15.4 kg
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What a joke is that? Costco it is misleading their customers. That bike only could be used off road, because throttle ebikes are no longer to use on the road. Also if you get 35 miles from that battery just let me know because I will report to the car manufacturers that this guys have solved a problem.
As above, I'm pretty sure that you need working pedals to ride an eBike on the road in the UK (among other restrictions) and this one doesn't have pedals. I think these were £350 just before Christmas. I expect they'll be getting a lot of returns when buyers find out the rules on using these.
Edited by: "89quidyoucantgowrong" 28th Dec 2018
I agree, I’m not sure how they managed to get away with calling it a electric bike. The details about range are incorrect, I think it’s more 15-17 miles but realistically probably 10-15
Basically, it's a moped so comes with all the restrictions that goes with that. Handy if you're an F1 driver and need something to zip around the pit lane though!
I commute to work on one of these baby's the cops can't see me for dust!


Last revised: 19th March 2018


"Twist and Go" cycles As explained previously, any e-bikes (including "Twist and Go" cycles) which do not meet EAPC regulations need to be type approved as per the previous section.

36754175.jpg Some "Twist and Go" cycles are however able to meet the EAPC regulations (i.e. have pedals, a max. power of 250W and a max. assisted speed of 15.5mph), but due to the way in which the user has access to the assistance are subject to separate legislation and therefore, unlike standard EAPCs, may need type approval.

Since January 1st 2016, "Twist and Go" cycles which are in-scope with EAPC specifications do need to be type approved*, and fall within the L1e-A category under European law.

* there is an exemption to this for cycles where the assistive power available without pedalling cuts out at 3.7mph (6km/h), which do not need to be type approved. This small start-up or walking assistance helps get the cycle moving which can be beneficial to those who are less able.

These laws are not backdated though, so “Twist and Goes” manufactured, imported and sold before January 1st 2016 do not need type
Edited by: "dparr59" 6th Jan 2019
I had a sit on one of these and the seat is actually at a good height. You’re not too low on the ground. In terms of weight, quite light and easy to carry up a few flights of stairs
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