Zinc 20 Inch Electric BMX Bike - £179.99 @ Argos eBay Store
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Zinc 20 Inch Electric BMX Bike - £179.99 @ Argos eBay Store

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Found 18th Apr
Zinc 20 Inch Electric BMX Bike
Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee
Introducing Zinc's first and ultimate electric BMX for teenagers! Have the edge with this awesome bike which is perfect for country and urban adventures as the environmentally friendly 24v lithium battery that will assist kids with hours of fun. Ideal for family outings and keeping up with others on those long journeys.

Features an environmentally friendly 24v lithium battery.

Steel freestyle frame.
Front V-type and rear V-type brakes.
Weight when fully assembled 16.2kg.
11.5 inch frame size.
20 inch wheel size.
For ages 13 years and over.
Inside leg 24-28 inches.
Mountain bike style tyres.
Steel rims.
Minimal assembly.
EAN: 5037970032842.
WARNING(S):

Not suitable for under 3.
Adult supervision required.
Protective equipment needed: helmet, knee pads, elbow pads and wrist guards.
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"Not suitable for under 3."


You have to LOL, it weighs more than my 5 y/o !!!


£180 is very cheap - and lithium batteries arent cheap; so where have they cut corners??


The cheapest electric bike I have seen before now was a £400 POS from Thompsons.
This is a crazy cheap ebike. Small but cheap. Thxs for sharing
Great deal for Kids & big kids,this is so cheap.
Oos
Too small for my daughter now, but at 16.2KG she'd need the electric motor to move that thing. A decent aluminium framed 20" kids bike weighs half that.

Here's some more details from Lisa @ Argos:
"Having spoken with our supplier, this electrically assisted bike can travel up to 20km on one battery charge. However, this distance will be affected by factors such as user weight, terrain, weather (windy or calm), style of riding (frequency of braking and acceleration) and tyre inflation. The bike will reach up to 12mph and the speed is progressive speed with twist grip. I hope this helps."

I wonder if the motor, battery, and linkage could be scavenged and reused on a slightly bigger bike?
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