Electric Bike Deals

Electric Bike Deals & Offers

174 deals2,721 comments
£120 off EGlide Gizmo Electric Bike £379.99  with code 120120 @ Ideal World
24/06/2018Expires on 24/06/2018Found 19 h, 58 m agoFound 19 h, 58 m ago
Read More

Thanks no probs, life can can weave in all sorts of directions, I say never waste a second it goes all to quickly.


Apologies, hope it works out. (annoyed)


Funnily enough I did. My glaucoma has got worse and they reckon I will go completely blind in 5 years, so I'm making the most of it and getting my new house adapted so make it easier when my sight fails completely.


I presume you went to Specsavers, try an independent optician.


Description says 3 speed so you're right it must be fixed slow, medium, fast and not variable not very safe really. I would wait for Ideal World Outlet on ebay to get a decent price for a returned one.

Decathlon Hoptown 500 lightweight folding electric bike with integral battery on clearance for just £499.00.
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Nearest equivalent is probably Halford's Carrera Crosscity at £700. Alloy frame with removable battery inside. 6 speed Shimano gears. Mudguards. Lights powered from battery. 20" a… Read more

We be driving foreigns only


Fair point but for many like myself Decathlon isn't local so it would also be an internet bike that I would have to assemble and check myself and either would be a protected purchase if you use a credit card as they would be jointly liable. There isn't a single Decathlon store in the south west or wales. Bristol is one of Britain's biggest cities but no stores there for example. Where as within about 30 miles of where I am there are at least 6 halfords stores possibly more and at 40 miles probably 20-30 plus stores including Cycle republic stores. In fact wherever you go with a halfords bike you can pretty much get warranty work done just a few miles away which is better than most local independent bike shops. I totally accept for many though having a local Decathlon store is an advantage over online especially when a bike has low end short life parts that are more likely to need warranty work.


Could be OK for someone like you with a good knowledge of bikes but I think a lot of people will want the reassurance of a 'proper shop' to deal with, especially with an electric bike. It may be cheap for an electric bike but £500 is still a lot of money!


Another option here if you want a more conventional e-bike. It has far higher rider weight capacity and about double the battery capacity. It might suit some better. It also has throttle control so probably older stock and legally a bit more dubious but has pedal assist as well. https://bicycles4u.com/products/esprit-electric-explorer


It's mentioned in the main text that this is similar to the Carrera Crosscity but that bike has much higher quality components. The battery is 313Wh which is over twice the capacity of this bike and it features a high quality freehub type drivetrain. This btwin bike is very low spec but with the big benefit of a captive battery for security. Worth looking at the reviews though as the btwin bike seems to have a lot of negative comments regarding the battery although being such a low capacity battery it could be customer expectations on range are unrealistic. Also bear in mind the motor and drivetrain are both on the rear wheel so punctures could be extra awkward to fix on the rear wheel. I personally as a heavy rider always get more punctures on the rear wheel where most of the weight is. It seems lighter riders actually may get more punctures on the front which is normally the first wheel to encounter glass and sharp items in general. Whatever with this bike fixing front punctures will be a lot easier than the rear wheel by a long way. My own preference is the motorised hub on the front wheel making fixing punctures about equal in complexity front and back plus 3-5 years from now when the battery or motor have failed it makes transforming the e-bike into a normal bike very simple by just replacing the front wheel with a basic 20" wheel no more than £10-15.

Free 48hr trial of electric bike from Halfords.
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
For those who didn’t get the free BMW mini trial,here’s a great equivalent.....a push bike with a engine on,one for the super lazy!!!!

Fantastic example of why not to buy from Halfords. Just went in at my allotted time and after telling them I was here for the Electric bike trial the guy actually sighed. On top of that no bike was available to try. Poor experience from start to finish and complete waste of time


ive booked into to try the crossfire Friday and Saturday jsut need to wait for them to lower the price again


"Bikes tested are to be returned clean and with a charge of at least 80%" I don't know how long a battery holds its charge but if you need to use the bike to return it to the store, let's hope you need less than 20% battery to make it there (skeptical)


Good idea, best to try before you buy. I got mine through the cycle to work scheme, so I didn't pay any tax and it came out of my wages monthly. Something to concider if you can get it. I go up steepish hills and my Crosscity ebike manages well. Its like someone is pushing you up the hill.


We will keep an eye out for offers but we are going to hire some for the day

WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
HotUKDealsPromo Yes!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
Great Budget E-bike Raleigh Pioneer Electric Cross Bar £780 @ JeJames
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Great Budget e-bike from a trusted brand. With a TranzX F15 front wheel mount motor which provides the assistance to get you to where you want to go quickly and smoothly. The lat… Read more
Get dealGet deal

"The European Commission (EC) has today released its proposal to amend the Motor Vehicle Insurance Directive (MID), which would mean that pedelec users without third party liability insurance would be riding illegally." http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/e-bikes-insurance-375828


I didn't say it was a deal breaker and I voted hot, but the battery price/life issue is very real and few buyers are aware of it initially. Replacing batteries on a cheaper ebike is rarely viable from a cost point of view: may be better to remove all the electric stuff and sell on a decent conventional bike.


Depends, if you keep using it until it totally runs out or stick it in the shed for five months and expect no loss in capacity. Also, conversely, it is pretty certain that in 2021 batteries will be cheaper and higher capacity than now. By creating a market for batteries it ensures that they will continue to be produced and the bike will not be obsolete. I'm no fan of electric bikes, i think appropriate gears are much better. However, the battery issue is hardly a deal breaker.


Looks good for the money but the problem with ebikes is that the battery life expectancy is around 3 years and you are then faced with a BIG bill to replace it (usually £300-£500).


Possibly, but adds further weight, of course.

Pendleton Somerby ebike now £600 at Halfords  (Save £150)
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Granted this isnt for everyone (Expecting some haters) - but it might help someone Halfords has reduced the Pendleton ladies ebike was £750 now £600 My wife has osteoarthritis i… Read more
Get dealGet deal

I electrified my Brompton in 2009 and did 10K miles up to last year when I retired. I am a Type 1 diabetic and electric bikes made the difference of driving to work or taking my bike every day except when it was below 3 degrees. Its like cycling on the flat even when its blowing a gale! Highly recommended to get you out your car everyday!


It's kinda interesting to see what other people ride. I was surprised there are few panniers in the carpark for instance. Same for hub gears though fixies were common.


This dude counting the gears on the roadbikes in the car park.



Really good price for one with a motor in.

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
Giant Prime-E Plus 3 mid drive 36v electric bike, medium only, 33% off £1399.99 at Rutland (was £2098.99), further reduction!
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Now further reduced to £1399.99 (thanks robo989). Not the cheapest electric bike out there but very good value for the high specification from a well repected manufacturer. 33% o… Read more

Now out of stock but my 'expire' button has disappeared!


cool ok - might have to get one then thansk for the update


It has a conventional frame so a trailer should fit and plenty of people use trailers on ebikes. Within reason top assist speed should stay the same.


this bike looks interesting does anyone know if a bike trailer would fit to this and how it would perform with a trailer attached


Someone (Mod? Ed?) has unexpired this and removed the expire button! Odd.

cycle surgery 1/2 price flash sale jackets incl gore bike rescue GTX (S,M,L) £110 (gore gilet £40, endura, fox, altura, Madison, mavic, castelli
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Great price just got a large, it’s goretex and super lightweight £220 in most shops with stock yes u can buy a bin bag and keep the rain out but this will be breathable and not bo… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Well at least it makes you visible - unlike all those black jackets - very unwise!


This one looks odd: https://www.cyclesurgery.com/p/gore-bikewear-womens-phantom-lady-gws-zip-off-jacket-N3134087.html?colour=3651


Good spot. Some great deals pity I can't really justify buying anything as I am well stocked in this dept.


ive got the gilet and its brilliant for offroad xc mtbing, keeps body warm and dry. the long sleeve element as jacket is excellent all year round with a base layer underneith for the warm blooded the fox mtb jackets are nice but sold out in bigger sizes throughout the day yesterday, the ladies gabba jersey seemed a great price.


Some great deals on there for top quality clothing. Heat added

Haibike Sduro Hardseven 4.0 E-Bike £1,695 at Je James Cycles
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
I have this bike and can recommend if your thinking of going electric. If your 21 with quads like Arnie it may not be for you - but if you want to make a huge difference on how … Read more

I've got the Haibike Sduro cross which is pretty much the commuter-ish version of the Hard Seven (bigger, thinner wheels) which I do about 40 miles a day getting to work and back. It's not a fantastic bike, but it's very good for the money. Some of the components are a bit low-rent - the rear sprockets a particular bug bear of mine as I wear out the top gear every 4-5 months (the chain starts slipping when you pedal hard). It's still under warranty, but will put something decent on when it runs out. One other thing to consider if buying a leccy bike online is the warranty. Haibike aren't keen on you just popping round to your local Haibike dealer if there's a warranty issue - they insist you deal with whoever supplied you the bike in the first place. So you may have to post the bike back to them if there's any issues. That said - I'd still recommend one. Mine 'somehow' seems to go well over the 15.5 mph assistance restriction so is great for ripping past rude road-riders that deem riders with flat bars too lowly to acknowledge.


It uses the Yamaha PW system, so you should be OK. Look on ebiketuning website for options.


Can you remove the speed limiter on this one? I was skeptical about electric bikes until I hired one in Marrakech, it brought the fun back to cycling without having to do the boring bit, and whizzing up hill at 45 mph past the lycra warriors was great fun.


Just think, if you bought one you could get around so much faster, and would then have spare time to work on your grammar and spelling (cheeky) (isn't sarcasm fun?). I bought an equivalent Haibike model for around the same price in a sale just over 18 months ago. Haven't regretted it for a moment. The build quality is excellent and, so far, it's been 100% reliable. I have a problem at the base of my spine which makes pushing hard a real pain, and this is where the electric assistance shines. Be aware, though, that the bike is pretty heavy and you'll notice the extra weight when riding with the motor off and when travelling downhill.


I have the hardnine with the Bosch system. Would highly recommend Haibike. Heat.

Extra 20% off Clearance Gore Bike Wear when you Spend £100 @ Evans Cycles
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
EXTRA 20% off clearance Gore Bike Wear when you spend over £100 Start Date: Today End Date: Thursday 12th April at midnight Cod… Read more
Read More

Some nobs on hukd, love gore wear quality stuff will take a look, although it seems amazon is the best place to buy, had some right bargains in the last few years

Carrera Crossfire-E Mens Electric Bike - 17", 19", 21" Frames £1000 @ Halfords
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
I've been looking for an e-bike and this one has been on here before for £960 but I missed out but it's now £250 off at the moment.
Get dealGet deal

This was a good deal with the extra 10% off the other day, but £1000 is probably a fair price rather than spectacular. At the £1250 RRP, there are better bikes available.


You can’t for this bike, The Carrera has never been derestricted


Where can I find this de restrict code


who said mountain bike? why are you only seeing what you want to see instead of reading whats written like to fabricate reality? I was just saying that a reasonably fit person can reach those kinds of speeds on a flat I did not say maintain that for any length of time no other information was provided you made assumptions most people that are into cycling know that those are the kinds of speeds the average person can achieve on a flat and instead of getting some data you just compare the world to yourself are you the baseline for humanity? on almost any bike with low rolling resistance tyres and a reasonable number of gears (including mountain bikes) most solo male riders can manage 20mph on a flat solo women usually a little bit slower, in a paceline you can add at least 5mph to that (all of this assumes no wind in any direction). If we were talking average speed over an extended distance including terrain then it would depend on many more factors like rider weight and maintainable power output for that rider and the amount of climbing and descending involved in the sample which makes it mostly pointless to speculate as there are too many factors. but on a flat the main factors involved are aerodynamic drag and rolling resistance so its much easier to speculate on for average riders.


Go on the Pedalecs forum and search for carrera crossfire and then see how many users say how many problems they have. Well known for cutting out. Long standing issue never been resolved.

A2b obree electric bike - £799.99 @ Groupon
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
The A2B Obree Electric Bike Named after Graeme Obree, The Flying Scotsman, who created radical bicycle designs and innovations. The Obrees lower centre of gravity offers a more sta… Read more

Brit cycling puts pressure on athletes to do this which is pretty shocking.


I used to run competitively before the shift to cycling.... Many times before a race, I'd see other athletes take a few puffs and wondered if there was any advantage, it did cross my mind to ask for a couple of shots, just to see what it was like to "open up the airways"...Bizarrely I've never seen an asthmatic in cycling, or I should say someone with an inhaler, perhaps done out of site, don't know....I was a Cat 2 rider...a pretty rubbish one...!


Tues is the mechanism that they may use but it asma drugs that they are on. Its seems to get on the British cycle team you need to be asthmatic.is not just Bradley at it.


Looks like it's sold out


I got one of the gtech eBay outlet refurbished ones that was on here, it's brilliant. I got one £595 with a one year guarantee (y)

F - wheel DYU Electric Bike (12 inch Wheels / Folding design / Smart Control) £284.78 Delivered with code (EU Stock - no custom fees) @ Gearbest
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Thought this was a great price considering it's EU stock, so the price you see will be the price you pay, not to mention faster postage :) Would love a whizz about on this! Seems… Read more
Editor Get dealGet deal

Also illegal because it appears to only have one brake and the motor is 350W and not 250W so even if you tried to blag the policeman saying you owned it before 2016 when you could ride throttle only e-bikes without pedals and the law wasn't back dated to exclude older e-bikes you still have the brake and motor issue. Lets face it though this product is designed to be annoying. It's got a puny battery and no way of pedalling it so you ride it somewhere, the battery dies and you are forced to walk it home looking like a plonker with every step. You'll probably look a bit like this on it.


No, I don't expect the police to care but if they ever do stop you for any other traffic offence they can take the bike. Alternatively if you're in a crash you are an uninsured motorbike rider and will get... uh, treated poorly with a pointy stick.


maxeyt some places such as stratford-CV37 yes the filth have so little to do it is unbelievable. The are to lazy to arrest drivers who use hand held mobile phones while in motion, they are to lazy to arrest drivers who jump traffic light filters near the old hospital.....


Better off with one of those PHA QU ones.


I'd have the Doctors Specimen taken out of me if I was to ride that around, especially with a Helmet on! Nah I'll leave it today.

£150 off elife Folding Electric Bikes 2 Different ones to choose from plus free Helmet with Code @ Ideal World TV
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Elife Royale 6sp 36v 250w Electric Folding Bike 20inch Wheel with FREE Helmet £649.99 £499 with code Plus £9.99 Delivery The Elife Royale is perfect for those looking for a reli… Read more
Read More

I put it in Vouchers as there is a code sorry if its somewhere else.


Thats all in the instuctions as there are 2 Different prices on 2 Different Bikes


Why is this so cold, is £560 not a good price for an electric bike?. This looks as if it would suit commuters that need to travel to a station to get a train to work. Surely the cost will be paid back by the money saved by not parking a car at a train station all day


You should generally list the total price paid for the item to be delivered to your door in the price field and title. £510 delivered is much clearer than £150 off an unknown sum.


It's under freebies. Not free

E-Plus 20 Inch Folding Electric Bike £449.99 Argos collect only
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
Covered by Argos 30 day gaurantee. Ebike has 12 month warranty. ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Take the strain out of cycling and dominate any hills or high winds with the E-Plus Electric Bik… Read more

Now you tell me! Maybe that explains why I keep getting cheques from the council!


I wouldn't imagine your lawnmower was designed for your daily commute.


There simply isn't any handlebar height adjustment on this bike and to fit it later would probably cost another £40-50 at best (handlebars plus height adjustable stem (ebay/aliexpress). The lack of this keeps it suitable for more average heights only and most won't be able to get a good fit on the bike plus also it may compromise its ability to fold compactly and be stored as the handlebars will always stick out more. It's a very budget bike but doesn't mean it isn't fit for purpose but spending more could actually save you money as you may not need to replace parts so quickly or require servicing as much. Carrera Crosscity is much better for £200 more. Also when comparing power of e-bikes just multiply the voltage and Ah to give you the watts per hour. I.e. 24v x 7Ah is 168 w/h which compared to 36 x 7Ah is 252 W/h so a significant difference in battery power and the 36V hub motor will likely have more torque and power too compared to 24V as it makes use of a higher voltage, depends on model of course a 36V motor can be weaker than 24V just like any electric motor but the battery capacity comparison should be accurate. One last thing is the frame, Argos have stated steel for the frame but it looks on face value more like aluminium. I would expect looking at it for the main frame to be aluminium and the forks to be steel so if anyone buys one perhaps they could put a magnet to the frame to see what it is. Argos descriptions have a high tendency for inaccuracies.


Yes.it comes with Argos12month warranty. Also 30 day money back guarantee if returned unused in saleable condition.


Surely your warranty is with the retailer not the supplier?

FIIDO D1 Folding Electric Bike £449 but £359.35 with code @ Gearbest
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Maybe a bit of a dog but it seems like a good enough e-bike at a silly price. Usual 250w motor and fairly good range of 40KM. Seat apparently adjustable as high as 105 CM and 120 … Read more

Yup on a flash sale I think.


I see its at £337 now ! maxmix


Update for anyone who is interested. Bike arrived safely with no pesky duties to pay. It was just about fully assembled with just the seat column to insert “on a quick release so tool less exercise”. I am 6’2” and it can be set way too tall for me so at a guess would fit anyone outside the Guinness book of records. I live near some decent hills and it goes up them without the need to peddle. So far not been more than a few miles so can’t really report on range accurately, but a few miles doesn’t put much of a dent in the battery meter. Build quality is top notch, frame and fittings all feel very solid and well built. Folding mechanisms all work smoothly and feel totally rigid once locked in place. Riding wise it’s pretty good. You obviously don’t get the same amount of precession you would get from larger wheels but it is stable enough. Breaks work well and are quite progressive. Pedals are on the smaller side but totally usable and although the bike is fairly heavy it would be possible to pedal home in an out of power situation. All in all very pleased.


why not ...... just hire a good electric bike for a week and decide if you like it. Many shops knock the hire cost off the final sale price if you haggle.


Believe it is 15MPH. But people are riding Brinco's around at 40MPH so wouldn't worry about going 1 or 2 MPH over.

Gore bike wear MTB / Commuter inner padded shorts size S-2XL £17.50 (Prime) / £21.49 (non Prime) or spend £20 (XL Add. 20% voucher = £14)
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
A bargain price for high quality padded shorts for mountain biking
Get dealGet deal

now £20.99.


Good timing as I was planning on getting some more shorts but the type I bought last year seem to have increased in price. I'd just been buying cheap ones but bought a decent pair last year and a bit difference in the comfort. Anyone seen any great deals on leggings?


My pair has just arrived, sizing is spot on with drawstring waistband to adjust further if needed


Size charts are pretty spot on


Was thinking about these just yesterday whilst getting a**eache on the turbo. It's like HUKD's members are reading my mind! Thanks OP.

Gore bike wear GBW + MTB / Commuter Shorts & Inner padded short S-XXL Only £16.80 Prime / £21.89 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
Listed at £21 but tick the box for an extra 20% off on most size price after discount Wiggle have size S, XL @ £65 Medium Large & XL approx £16.80 after 20% discount, only 5% … Read more
Get dealGet deal

I’d like to like gore shorts but being a 34-36 waist (large) they just don’t fit right, ive found they are tight on the waist and too baggy on the legs, with a slimmer waist they may fit better.. the tops are quality have have had a few Activeshell windstopper jackets, the gilet, turtleneck zip and base layers all quality and fit as expected, just ordered a power trail thermo jersey on crc for £45 (1/2 price endura are a great scottish’s company, I ragged an mt500 jacket on barb wire at the weekend and emailed them, and they replied quickly they have a repair service £15 flat fee, I’m hoping they can patch it up.. in terms of shorts see if you can get hold of some endura MTR or MT500 or singletrack shorts, I have hummvee shorts but don’t like the fit personally ok for casual. They are far more technical with stretch panels and a better fit, look overall... i have fox shorts but but they feel flimsy boardshort like in comparison, great for summer but need something tougher in winter TLD Troy lee make some great shorts I’m told, but many are too in your face for me


Large now £33.32 with discount ;( think I'll stick with the Humvees


So you don't like Gore shorts but found and posted the deal anyway? Fairplay. 'Tis a good deal, and ordered, but not sure. I dunno if those are the same, click your order link and provide the product link if you like. If you click the link I provided then it'll show if those are the ones you bought for you at the top: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Padded-Mountain-Selected-Fabrics-TPOWSH/dp/B00YR34IUE/ They look very similar, but I think they're different. I've still got some Endura Humvee shorts to return - for casual shorts I fit a 31" waist. So I bought Medium - and they're way too tight. I don't know about Endura and Altura - the British brands, it'd be nice to get a decent british brand but I don't like their names, and they seem to make poorer cheap products. Maybe they simply don't have the brand cache - but I'm not an Endura fan having bought the Humvee and wondering what people were raving about - but I only tried them on. I preferred the more minimal and smarter styling of Fox. Fox is expensive and overpriced, but can be bought on offer for more reasonable prices - and all the Endura shorts other than the original Humvee aren't really any cheaper than Fox on offer - e.g. £50-£60 I've not compared the other Endura shorts to Fox shorts, but Fox shorts seem to be made from more technical fabric, with a smarter and more minimal/performance focused design. Dunno, still struggling to find some decent mountain bike shorts that actually fit without paying a fortune. Fox 32 fit me if they have the inner velcro tabs - the plastic integrated belt only doesn't work for me as 32 is actually too large. Need to try their 30s. 31 will probably be correct, dunno. Their sizing seemed consistent at least.


Which these ones , I sent them back, worst fitting shorts I’ve ever tried on, gore jackets and tops and endura shorts for me , the element shorts are £45 and 20% off on certain sizes , again they were so baggy on me and a strange waist so I sent them back


Shame there isn't a similar deal on these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Padded-Mountain-Selected-Fabrics-TPOWSH/dp/B00YR34IUE/

  1. Voting

    Deal temperatures are the heart of HotUKDeals. If you think a deal is hot, vote it up by clicking the red plus. Otherwise, cool it down by voting cold.

    Tip 1 of 6

    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

    Tip 2 of 6
  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

    Tip 3 of 6
  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

    Tip 4 of 6
  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    Tip 5 of 6
  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

    Tip 6 of 6