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Nishiro 36V Electric Ebike Folding Bicycle

Nishiro 36V Electric Ebike Folding Bicycle

4.5 from 2 reviews

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Duddles mum

Duddles mumSouth East Queensland, QLD

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Nishimura city hop 11

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Great little electric bike for its price easy to use, easy to assemble, folds for East storage and travel. Has pedal assist and also a motorbike type option. Long lasting battery. Parcel shelf, lighting horn comes with a stand. You get excellent speeds around 25 to 30Klms an hour. We purchased two.

Purchased in June 2019 at Ebay for $749.00.


PaulM

PaulMMelbourne

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Great value entry level eBike

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Nishiro City Hop II
This is an excellent entry level ebike purchased from ebay. While it is missing some features of the more expensive bikes, it has enough to do the job for which it was built for. The motor is surprisingly strong and easily copes with reasonable hills. It is easy to put together but it is on the heavy side (approx. 25kg with battery). However, you would pay double for a lighter bike with more features. It complies with Victorian electric bike rules. Watch the price for specials. Prices vary considerably between $600-$725 in 2019.

Questions & Answers

gary509

gary509asked

Will this model operate without peddle assist

1 answer
Duddles mum
Duddles mum

Yes, it has like motorcycle option no peddling required


KKW

KKWasked

Can the pedal assist be turn off when not required?

2 answers
Duddles mum
Duddles mum

Hi yes, you can just use it as a bicycle or as a motorbike type option hope that helps

KKW
KKW

Thank you for your answer to my pedal assist on/off function question.


KKW

KKWasked

Can the pedal assist be turn off when not required?

1 answer
PaulM
PaulM

Like the answer above, you can simply turn the accelerator grip on the right handlebar and it moves without any pedalling. The reply above calls this the 'motorbike' mode. It is a lot of fun to operate it in this way. You can go the other way too - simply use it as a 6 speed bicycle without any other assistance.


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