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Save 40% on EBCO Electric Bikes - M-35 (£750 from £1250) and M-45 (£800 from £1399) PLUS FREE National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords
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Save 40% on EBCO Electric Bikes - M-35 (£750 from £1250) and M-45 (£800 from £1399) PLUS FREE National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords

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Posted 27th Jun

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Seems like Halfords have some great offers ATM. Just came across these two EBCO Electric Bikes at 40%/42% off. A good step thru bike for the money. Seen that these previously retailed at much higher prices at Evans.

Details below for the M35. May buy one for the old dear! Don’t think British Cycling will work as this has been heavily discounted.

EBCO M-35 Electric Bike - 48cm, 52cm Frames
The EBCO M-35 uses a unique unisex T6 alloy stylised frame with an integrated battery/rear rack that houses the 36v 400wh battery giving a range of 30 -50 miles. E-power comes from the TranzX F-15 almost silent hi-torque front hub motor. Packed with a full list of kit including Shimano 7 speed gear system, Tektro V brakes, Kenda K Puncture shield tyres, Comfort saddle and integrated lighting system.
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Trade in old bike to get 15% off
Cycle republic have same deal and normally match their parent companies offers.
mikegrove27/06/2019 22:41

Trade in old bike to get 15% offCycle republic have same deal and normally …Trade in old bike to get 15% offCycle republic have same deal and normally match their parent companies offers.


Does the trade in not specifically include brompton and electric bikes?

EDIT: Gah, I meant EXCLUDE!
Edited by: "lutin" 28th Jun
I've never had a problem using BC or AA members discount on reduced items. Some bargains to be had here.
Very good deal for a step thru ebike, especially with the code taking it under £640.
The TranzX F15 is an excellent hub motor. I have it on my Pioneer E, it has very good torque at 45nm and it is amost silent.
At £640 a great deal. Get this and wave goodbye to the daily bumper to bumper crawl sat in a ton and a half of metal, whilst getting a bit of exercise and enjoying the stress free countryside of your chosen alternative commute route
johnnystorm28/06/2019 06:42

I've never had a problem using BC or AA members discount on reduced items. …I've never had a problem using BC or AA members discount on reduced items. Some bargains to be had here.


I've reserved a bike for collection (and payment) next week. Can I literally just sign up for British Cycling membership now and hope to get 10% of the bike when I collect it?
Membership for BC is £24 and 10% off would save me £85, although the bike is already on sale and I have already applied a voucher (hotukdeals.com/dea…769).
Edited by: "lutin" 28th Jun
Good find heat.
Vee brakes could be a problem ebikes are very heavy on a wet day with a heavy guy on board stopping in traffic could be a problem.
I've an ebike with a large front disc and I have to be careful following cars in traffic.
But what's the actual height range on the 48 and 52 frame size which are all that's left?
Stupidly the page only gives ranges for 42, 45 & 50 which are all sold out!
Edited by: "Patr100" 28th Jun
lutin28/06/2019 10:33

I've reserved a bike for collection (and payment) next week. Can I …I've reserved a bike for collection (and payment) next week. Can I literally just sign up for British Cycling membership now and hope to get 10% of the bike when I collect it? Membership for BC is £24 and 10% off would save me £85, although the bike is already on sale and I have already applied a voucher (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gtech-escent-650b-electric-mountain-bike-1800-down-to-1000-3252769).


Do you know someone with AA membership? It's the same 10% off and you get a PDF to present. They've never asked to look at my AA card.....
Patr10028/06/2019 10:51

But what's the actual height range on the 48 and 52 frame size which are …But what's the actual height range on the 48 and 52 frame size which are all that's left?Stupidly the page only gives ranges for 42, 45 & 50 which are all sold out!


I've reserved a 52, so when they call to confirm I will as them that question, I'm just over 6'
I can't see any appreciable difference between these two models; can anyone tell me what's better about the dearer one?
Thanks
Lymmit28/06/2019 11:47

I can't see any appreciable difference between these two models; can …I can't see any appreciable difference between these two models; can anyone tell me what's better about the dearer one?Thanks


Dearer one has internal hub gears. Cheaper one has derailleur.
Patr10028/06/2019 10:51

But what's the actual height range on the 48 and 52 frame size which are …But what's the actual height range on the 48 and 52 frame size which are all that's left?Stupidly the page only gives ranges for 42, 45 & 50 which are all sold out!


Take a look at Evans Cycles size guid for this bike, it tells you there,
Biker.Jeff28/06/2019 12:10

Dearer one has internal hub gears. Cheaper one has derailleur.


Expanding on that, Hub gears mean you can change gear while at a standstill which can be useful in stop-start city traffic. For some reason the ebco 45's smaller frame size has 7 speed hub gears while the larger frame size has 8. Of the two the 8 speed hub gear will be more reliable.
CampGareth30/06/2019 08:15

Expanding on that, Hub gears mean you can change gear while at a …Expanding on that, Hub gears mean you can change gear while at a standstill which can be useful in stop-start city traffic. For some reason the ebco 45's smaller frame size has 7 speed hub gears while the larger frame size has 8. Of the two the 8 speed hub gear will be more reliable.


Yes, i have one bike with IHG's and the others with derailleur, they both have their advantages and disadvantages.
Does seem strange to have two different specced IHG according to what size frame you have. I've also heard the 8 speed is more reliable than the 7, although the Nexus 7 has been on one of my bikes for 7 years with no problems whatsoever.
Are there any of these like the above or the pendleton type ones that can cope with gravel? The wife wants to be upright ish because of her back but its going to be for cycle paths and gravel tracks. I’m seriously just thinking of building my own to be honest.
Mrepg30/06/2019 11:56

Are there any of these like the above or the pendleton type ones that can …Are there any of these like the above or the pendleton type ones that can cope with gravel? The wife wants to be upright ish because of her back but its going to be for cycle paths and gravel tracks. I’m seriously just thinking of building my own to be honest.


Almost any bike can cope with cycle paths & gravel tracks, i often take my road bike on them.
So you have a massive choice.
Biker.Jeff30/06/2019 15:17

Almost any bike can cope with cycle paths & gravel tracks, i often take my …Almost any bike can cope with cycle paths & gravel tracks, i often take my road bike on them.So you have a massive choice.


A 23/25mm tyre can feel a little precarious as you come off tarmac which is where the wider tyres on gravel bikes come into their own and will be more comfortable.
Bertz9901/07/2019 02:37

A 23/25mm tyre can feel a little precarious as you come off tarmac which …A 23/25mm tyre can feel a little precarious as you come off tarmac which is where the wider tyres on gravel bikes come into their own and will be more comfortable.


I never use tyres that narrow, i dont like the higher pressures they need. Even on my road bike, i use 28.
Picked mine up tonight. Not ridden a bike for too many years to mention. Nice looking bike, heavy, and a good job it's a step through. (66y.o). Jumped on and rode home through town, 5 miles. No issues as confidence rise. Soon up to 15mph and loved it. I'm lucky it's fairly flat where I live so ideal for cycling. Ferry Tavern here I come. Thanks again OP.
Edited by: "philipgregson58" 3rd Jul
philipgregson5803/07/2019 19:45

Picked mine up tonight. Not ridden a bike for too many years to mention. …Picked mine up tonight. Not ridden a bike for too many years to mention. Nice looking bike, heavy, and a good job it's a step through. (66y.o). Jumped on and rode home through town, 5 miles. No issues as confidence rise. Soon up to 15mph and loved it. I'm lucky it's fairly flat where I live so ideal for cycling. Ferry Tavern here I come. Thanks again OP.


Just reserved one - looking forward to it.
Fery Tavern - is it the old ferry inn in Penketh? Used to live in G Sankey (a few decades ago - oops), did it flood this year?
pil06403/07/2019 22:36

Just reserved one - looking forward to it.Fery Tavern - is it the old …Just reserved one - looking forward to it.Fery Tavern - is it the old ferry inn in Penketh? Used to live in G Sankey (a few decades ago - oops), did it flood this year?


Yep, cracking pub. Fish & Chips is excellent. Goi g tomorrow night.
Cracking bike. The built in lights are brilliant. The M45 version with 52cm frame.
Edited by: "awhillier1973" 6th Jul
Picked up my 52 cm frame M-45 and it has 7 gears. This appears to be contrary to what some people were saying.

They would not give me the AA discount as I had used the cycling15 discount.

Did anyone successfully get both discounts?

They also forgot the National Heritage family day pass - sadly I did also. So I've send a web form enquiry to try and get them to send me the pass.

Just cycled home - about 3 miles - and the bike was really good.
pil06409/07/2019 19:26

Picked up my 52 cm frame M-45 and it has 7 gears. This appears to be …Picked up my 52 cm frame M-45 and it has 7 gears. This appears to be contrary to what some people were saying.They would not give me the AA discount as I had used the cycling15 discount. Did anyone successfully get both discounts?They also forgot the National Heritage family day pass - sadly I did also. So I've send a web form enquiry to try and get them to send me the pass.Just cycled home - about 3 miles - and the bike was really good.


I can only say that I got the cycling15 discount and the British Cycling discount (for a different bike, but still)
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