New Volt Metro Folding Electric Bike

 The Electric Bike Store is pleased to announce the UK launch of the new updated Volt Metro Folding Electric Bike which combines both ease of use with good looks and reliability to deliver a fantastic rider experience.

Boasting an excellent 36V Lithium Polymer battery combined with an industry leading 250W maintenance free Bafang motor, the Volt Metro is capable of speeds of up to 15.5mph which is perfect for beating those traffic jams and climbing those steep hills!

It’s even been fitted with an easy to use thumb throttle which means that if tiredness really kicks in you can stop pedaling and just use the throttle to power you to your destination.

A simple to use folding frame allows the Volt Metro to be folded so it can fit inside almost any car boot as well as allowing it to be taken on nearly all forms of public transport.

This is a truly impressive bike at an excellent price. Ride it away today for only £999.

If you’re interested in finding out more please call one of our experts on 0207 378 4728.

Electric Bike Store

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