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Posted 21st Oct 2018Edited by:"gu2gan"

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Cheap electric bike-you don't have to pedal.
The bike has 23Kg and not 30 like in description.
REVIEW:

500w electric bike-double suspension.
Main Features:
● 500W motor provides the max 30km/h speed and max 30 degree gradient
● 10.4Ah / 48V Li-ion battery ( included in product ) for max 40km mileage with pure electric mode and 70km mileage with moped mode
●26 inch inflatable rubber tire for different grounds
● Folding design ( folding size: 103 x 37 x 104cm ) for convenient carrying
● Adjustable heights of saddle for different heights of people
●Pedal mode, moped mode, and pure electric modefor choose
● LED front light to ride at night safely
● Aluminum alloy shell for max 150kg payload
● Suitable for adults and teenagers

Parameters:
- Wheel size: 26 inch
- Motor rated power: 500W
- Battery rated power: 499W
- Battery: 10.4Ah Li-ion battery
- Charge time: 4 hours
- Maximum speed: 30km/h
- Maximum load: 150kg
- Input voltage: 110 - 240V
- Brake mode: front / rear disc brake
- Transmission: Shimano 21 speed
- Instrument: central LCD instrument with USB function
- Fender: PVC mudguard
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gu2gan21/10/2018 21:01

The bike in the video has 250w motor.The one i post has 500 is stronger …The bike in the video has 250w motor.The one i post has 500 is stronger and it will be impossible for police to check the engine on this one. This is an ebike you use it on the bike lane. Check below https://m.gearbest.com/electric-bikes/pp_009526146599.html?wid=1433363If you're scared stay homePOLICE WILL NOT CHECK YOUR EBIKE WATTAGE THIS BIKES ARE TWICE SLOWER THAN REGULAR BIKES PEOPLE USE ON BIKE LANES(FAST BIKES)



You are correct, the Police cannot check the wattage at the side of the road, and 99.999% of the time they will ignore you, even though they know you are breaking the law - because it isnt (in their opinion) worth their while.
(A newbie or probationer might have you just for the thrill).

BUT

If you are involved in an accident, your fault, someone else fault or an "Act of God"; they will THROW THE BOOK AT YOU.

No licence
No insurance
No helmet
No number plate
No registration documents.
Bike not meeting UK safety regulations.

You will end up with 12 points towards ANY licence you might ever get - and you will have to take an extended test just to get it, your bike will be seized and crushed, and there will be a large fine at the very least, and jail time if you seriously hurt or killed anyone.

Got anything to say??

if you are really unlucky, and they trace these posts from your phone, then add "incitement" to the list; and no judge is going to believe any pleas of ignorance either.
Think the customs man may just spot this one
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O lord how will these ship this lol
Think the customs man may just spot this one
Lol is this even road legal?
I think you'll be safer getting this:
hotukdeals.com/dea…571

If you read down the messages some people have stated more discount off the price and at least you'll know that this will pass UK safety regulations, and you won't be hit with any customs charges.
Would this require tax and insurance?
Deedie21/10/2018 19:53

Would this require tax and insurance?


No it's a bike.
TWD21/10/2018 19:31

I think you'll be safer getting …I think you'll be safer getting this:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carrera-vulcan-ebike-850-with-code-halfords-3084571If you read down the messages some people have stated more discount off the price and at least you'll know that this will pass UK safety regulations, and you won't be hit with any customs charges.

gu2gan2 m ago

No it's a bike.


I think as soon as it has a throttle in this country, it's no longer classes as a bike
gu2gan21/10/2018 19:55

No it's a bike.


What if my electric bike breaks the rules?

If your ebike doesn’t meet these regulations – either because the motor is more powerful than 250W, or if it assists you when you’re riding more than 15.5 mph – it will need to be registered, insured and taxed as a motor vehicle. In this case, you will also need a driving licence, and you must wear a motorcycle helmet.
TWD21/10/2018 19:31

I think you'll be safer getting …I think you'll be safer getting this:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carrera-vulcan-ebike-850-with-code-halfords-3084571If you read down the messages some people have stated more discount off the price and at least you'll know that this will pass UK safety regulations, and you won't be hit with any customs charges.


Yeah, that's a good comparison isn't it???!?!? Probably better off getting hotukdeals.com/dea…131 instead. Cheaper in the longrun as not use electricity.
Deedie21/10/2018 20:01

What if my electric bike breaks the rules?If your ebike doesn’t meet these …What if my electric bike breaks the rules?If your ebike doesn’t meet these regulations – either because the motor is more powerful than 250W, or if it assists you when you’re riding more than 15.5 mph – it will need to be registered, insured and taxed as a motor vehicle. In this case, you will also need a driving licence, and you must wear a motorcycle helmet.


Also people need to wear hi visibility vests and helmets and not too many use and no one say anything.
It's an ebike with pedals chill bruv.
gu2gan21/10/2018 20:07

Also people need to wear hi visibility vests and helmets and not too many …Also people need to wear hi visibility vests and helmets and not too many use and no one say anything.It's an ebike with pedals chill bruv.


I asked a question regarding tax etc, you wrongly replied to it. The answer was yes.

This is not classed as a bike in this country. People need to be aware before buying something that will be breaking the law. Whether that law is enforced or not won't be for you to decide. Again, people need to be aware of that
Deedie21/10/2018 20:10

I asked a question regarding tax etc, you wrongly replied to it. The …I asked a question regarding tax etc, you wrongly replied to it. The answer was yes. This is not classed as a bike in this country. People need to be aware before buying something that will be breaking the law. Whether that law is enforced or not won't be for you to decide. Again, people need to be aware of that


Boss no one will ask you what is that. It is a bike and not a motocycle.
You use it on bike lane .
I see them in London every day! But it's hard to spot who has ebike and who throttle.
Anyway i will buy one
I don't get money for posting this just wanna help someone.
gu2gan1 m ago

Boss no one will ask you what is that. It is a bike and not a …Boss no one will ask you what is that. It is a bike and not a motocycle.You use it on bike lane . I see them in London every day! But it's hard to spot who has ebike and who throttle.Anyway i will buy one :)I don't get money for posting this just wanna help someone.


And I was just trying to help people also. Like I said, whether the law is enforced won't be your decision.
jmj25721/10/2018 20:02

Yeah, that's a good comparison isn't it???!?!? Probably better off getting …Yeah, that's a good comparison isn't it???!?!? Probably better off getting https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/george-wooden-food-truck-at-asda-for-60-3086131 instead. Cheaper in the longrun as not use electricity.


You're clearly not that intelligent then if you can't undstand that I'm comparing two electric bikes that aren't that far apart in price.

How about instead of creating an sad account just to troll, you pull you're finger out and actually post a deal, because you've been a member since 2011 and contributed nothing.
TWD4 m ago

You're clearly not that intelligent then if you can't undstand that I'm …You're clearly not that intelligent then if you can't undstand that I'm comparing two electric bikes that aren't that far apart in price.How about instead of creating an sad account just to troll, you pull you're finger out and actually post a deal, because you've been a member since 2011 and contributed nothing.


I don't want to post because this website makes money out of what are we posting
For example for each order on amazon thru this website they get 3-10% out of thousands of orders.
All the urls are changed to affiliate accounts in order for the owner of this website to make tons of money from our posts.
So i stopped to post when i realised that.
gu2gan10 m ago

Boss no one will ask you what is that. It is a bike and not a …Boss no one will ask you what is that. It is a bike and not a motocycle.You use it on bike lane . I see them in London every day! But it's hard to spot who has ebike and who throttle.Anyway i will buy one :)I don't get money for posting this just wanna help someone.


You’re clearly not from the UK, it’s a motorcycle and the police will pull you over for it, it’s an easy nick for them.
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Deedie21/10/2018 20:01

you will also need a driving licence, and you must wear a motorcycle …you will also need a driving licence, and you must wear a motorcycle helmet....


For the bike, add to that vehicle registration, a number plate, road tax and for yourself (unless you already have them) - a Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) certificate, and "L" plates unless you have full Motorcycle licence

getting insurance will be "interesting" to say the least, you'll need full safety checks, and if you manage to keep it on the road for 3 years, you'll be subject to the same MOT checks as any other vehicle user

Lights - has anyone mentioned lights yet?
Edited by: "deleted361726" 21st Oct 2018
deleted36172621/10/2018 20:25

Add to that vehicle registration, a number plate, probably a safety test …Add to that vehicle registration, a number plate, probably a safety test on the bike itself, and for yourself (unless you already have them) - a Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) certificate, and "L" plates unless you have full Motorcycle licence


What if i use it without a battery? Is still a motorcycle? :))
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gu2gan21/10/2018 20:27

What if i use it without a battery? Is still a motorcycle? :))



As long as you remove the motor at the same time, I'm sure you'd be OK
deleted36172621/10/2018 20:25

For the bike, add to that vehicle registration, a number plate, road tax …For the bike, add to that vehicle registration, a number plate, road tax and for yourself (unless you already have them) - a Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) certificate, and "L" plates unless you have full Motorcycle licencegetting insurance will be "interesting" to say the least, you'll need full safety checks, and if you manage to keep it on the road for 3 years, you'll be subject to the same MOT checks as any other vehicle userLights - has anyone mentioned lights yet?


It has no throttle it has a battery in the frame listen to the guy on the review is calling it an electric bicicletta-electric bycycle has 3 modes just like any other ebike.
Anyway you pedal there on your bike let us not pedal and enjoy something better.
deleted36172621/10/2018 20:30

As long as you remove the motor at the same time, I'm sure you'd be OK


I ride every day an electric scooter on the streets.It has an throttle and i ride next to police cars. Why no one stop.me on a scooter and will stop me on a ebike with pedals?
Are you an ebike hater?
Edited by: "gu2gan" 21st Oct 2018
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Rules in England, Scotland and Wales You can ride an electric bike in England, Scotland and Wales if you’re 14 or over, as long as it meets certain requirements.

These electric bikes are known as ‘electrically assisted pedal cycles’ (EAPCs). You do not need a licence to ride one and it does not need to be registered, taxed or insured.
What counts as an EAPC An EAPC must have pedals that can be used to propel it.

It must show either:

  • the power output
  • the manufacturer of the motor
It must also show either:

  • the battery’s voltage
  • the maximum speed of the bike
Its electric motor:

  • must have a maximum power output of 250 watts
  • should not be able to propel the bike when it’s travelling more than 15.5mph
An EAPC can have more than 2 wheels (for example, a tricycle).

No mention of a throttle in the regulations

The ad states "500W motor provides the max 30km/h speed and max 30 degree gradient" so it's a Motorcycle

On the other hand, on private land, it would be perfectly legal, all you'd have to worry about was import duty
deleted36172621/10/2018 20:48

Rules in England, Scotland and Wales You can ride …Rules in England, Scotland and Wales You can ride an electric bike in England, Scotland and Wales if you’re 14 or over, as long as it meets certain requirements. These electric bikes are known as ‘electrically assisted pedal cycles’ (EAPCs). You do not need a licence to ride one and it does not need to be registered, taxed or insured.What counts as an EAPC An EAPC must have pedals that can be used to propel it. It must show either:the power outputthe manufacturer of the motor It must also show either:the battery’s voltagethe maximum speed of the bike Its electric motor:must have a maximum power output of 250 wattsshould not be able to propel the bike when it’s travelling more than 15.5mph An EAPC can have more than 2 wheels (for example, a tricycle).No mention of a throttle in the regulationsThe ad states "500W motor provides the max 30km/h speed and max 30 degree gradient" so it's a MotorcycleOn the other hand, on private land, it would be perfectly legal, all you'd have to worry about was import duty


The bike in the video has 250w motor.
The one i post has 500 is stronger and it will be impossible for police to check the engine on this one. This is an ebike you use it on the bike lane. Check below
m.gearbest.com/ele…363
If you're scared stay home

POLICE WILL NOT CHECK YOUR EBIKE WATTAGE THIS BIKES ARE TWICE SLOWER THAN REGULAR BIKES PEOPLE USE ON BIKE LANES(FAST BIKES)
Edited by: "gu2gan" 21st Oct 2018
If you'd risk more than a tenner or so with Gearbest, then you might want to remember that old saying, "A fool and his money are easily parted".
@kalico


(Reply to your comment about not spending more than £10 on Gearbest)
Edited by: "Norseg" 21st Oct 2018
I look forward to claiming on the warranty on this fine purchase
In the eyes of the law it's not an ebike, it's an electric motorcycle. So to be legal you need to have a licence, helmet, tax, MOT, and insurance. But you can't tax, MOT, or insure it, because you can't register it, because it won't be type approved. Yes you can ride it and maybe the police will even turn a blind eye. But get involved in a collision where someone gets hurt and, even if it's not your fault, then you can guarantee they won't turn a blind eye then. So before you buy one have a think about what the consequences of being done for all those offences would be. The bike would be seized, fines would be hideous, and the points total will mean no licence. Doesn't sound a good idea to me.
I've seen someone with the same bike ....
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gu2gan21/10/2018 21:01

The bike in the video has 250w motor.The one i post has 500 is stronger …The bike in the video has 250w motor.The one i post has 500 is stronger and it will be impossible for police to check the engine on this one. This is an ebike you use it on the bike lane. Check below https://m.gearbest.com/electric-bikes/pp_009526146599.html?wid=1433363If you're scared stay homePOLICE WILL NOT CHECK YOUR EBIKE WATTAGE THIS BIKES ARE TWICE SLOWER THAN REGULAR BIKES PEOPLE USE ON BIKE LANES(FAST BIKES)



You are correct, the Police cannot check the wattage at the side of the road, and 99.999% of the time they will ignore you, even though they know you are breaking the law - because it isnt (in their opinion) worth their while.
(A newbie or probationer might have you just for the thrill).

BUT

If you are involved in an accident, your fault, someone else fault or an "Act of God"; they will THROW THE BOOK AT YOU.

No licence
No insurance
No helmet
No number plate
No registration documents.
Bike not meeting UK safety regulations.

You will end up with 12 points towards ANY licence you might ever get - and you will have to take an extended test just to get it, your bike will be seized and crushed, and there will be a large fine at the very least, and jail time if you seriously hurt or killed anyone.

Got anything to say??

if you are really unlucky, and they trace these posts from your phone, then add "incitement" to the list; and no judge is going to believe any pleas of ignorance either.
deleted129396021/10/2018 22:18

You are correct, the Police cannot check the wattage at the side of the …You are correct, the Police cannot check the wattage at the side of the road, and 99.999% of the time they will ignore you, even though they know you are breaking the law - because it isnt (in their opinion) worth their while.(A newbie or probationer might have you just for the thrill).BUTIf you are involved in an accident, your fault, someone else fault or an "Act of God"; they will THROW THE BOOK AT YOU.No licenceNo insuranceNo helmetNo number plateNo registration documents.Bike not meeting UK safety regulations.You will end up with 12 points towards ANY licence you might ever get - and you will have to take an extended test just to get it, your bike will be seized and crushed, and there will be a large fine at the very least, and jail time if you seriously hurt or killed anyone.Got anything to say??if you are really unlucky, and they trace these posts from your phone, then add "incitement" to the list; and no judge is going to believe any pleas of ignorance either.


Why you have to put the disaster first. Why not use the bike with no incidents and avoid paying travelcard for 3 years which means £6000 in my case.
Ride slow use it cautious. I use helmet anyway for my safety this bikes are the future you follow the goverment and be a good tax paying ship and obey use Tfl be a consumer leave the rest alone.
Many thanks
deleted129396021/10/2018 22:18

You are correct, the Police cannot check the wattage at the side of the …You are correct, the Police cannot check the wattage at the side of the road, and 99.999% of the time they will ignore you, even though they know you are breaking the law - because it isnt (in their opinion) worth their while.(A newbie or probationer might have you just for the thrill).BUTIf you are involved in an accident, your fault, someone else fault or an "Act of God"; they will THROW THE BOOK AT YOU.No licenceNo insuranceNo helmetNo number plateNo registration documents.Bike not meeting UK safety regulations.You will end up with 12 points towards ANY licence you might ever get - and you will have to take an extended test just to get it, your bike will be seized and crushed, and there will be a large fine at the very least, and jail time if you seriously hurt or killed anyone.Got anything to say??if you are really unlucky, and they trace these posts from your phone, then add "incitement" to the list; and no judge is going to believe any pleas of ignorance either.

Edited by: "gu2gan" 22nd Oct 2018
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gu2gan22/10/2018 08:02

Why you have to put the disaster first. Why not use the bike with no …Why you have to put the disaster first. Why not use the bike with no incidents and avoid paying travelcard for 3 years which means £6000 in my case.Ride slow use it cautious. I use helmet anyway for my safety this bikes are the future you follow the goverment and be a good tax paying ship and obey use Tfl be a consumer leave the rest alone.Many thanks



Please re-read this line; perhaps even try to understand it

"If you are involved in an accident, your fault,someone else fault, or an "Act of God".

Over the years I have had numerous bike accidents; none of them were my fault, and I couldnt avoid any of them due to the erratic behaviour of the car/van drivers involved. 2 pull outs, 2 knocked off's, 1 crushed against the curb. 1 flock of suicidal pigeons, and finally, 1 unexpected snow drift - the road was completely clear, go around a corner and a 6ft high wall of snow!!!

If I had been riding your illegal bike, I would have faced all the consequences I mentioned, and probably been in more trouble than the morons driving the cars/vans.

(Obviously, the pigeons came off much worse, although I was covered from head to toe in pigeon blood, poo, feathers, and the odd detached wing).
Deedie18 h, 43 m ago

Would this require tax and insurance?


Pre paid funeral plan probably a good idea.
deleted129396022/10/2018 09:29

Please re-read this line; perhaps even try to understand it"If you are …Please re-read this line; perhaps even try to understand it"If you are involved in an accident, your fault,someone else fault, or an "Act of God".Over the years I have had numerous bike accidents; none of them were my fault, and I couldnt avoid any of them due to the erratic behaviour of the car/van drivers involved. 2 pull outs, 2 knocked off's, 1 crushed against the curb. 1 flock of suicidal pigeons, and finally, 1 unexpected snow drift - the road was completely clear, go around a corner and a 6ft high wall of snow!!!If I had been riding your illegal bike, I would have faced all the consequences I mentioned, and probably been in more trouble than the morons driving the cars/vans.(Obviously, the pigeons came off much worse, although I was covered from head to toe in pigeon blood, poo, feathers, and the odd detached wing).


how the hell did you do that?!
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bnwubnfguisr11 h, 4 m ago

how the hell did you do that?!



You asking about the pigeons?? I was going fairly fast downhill with the flock on some grass ~20ft away from the road when something spooked them and they flew straight across the road at zero feet. I took multiple hits, and several went into the wheel spokes and were ripped apart, spraying me with bits of pigeon; plus one managed to wrap itself around the handle bars and break its neck.

When I arrived at work, they said I looked like a horror version of Big Bird.

It is a miracle that,

1/ none hit me in the head
2/ I didnt fall off
3/ none of the spokes broke
Anyone bought one of these?... I'm seriously considering getting one for my 6 mile journey to work
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