The new Infinity LS delivers the same power and performance as the original Infinity, yet a convenient low-step design and a smaller frame size makes this powerful e-bike more accessible to a wider range of cyclists.
Along with the Infinity LS’s sleek new colour-way and aesthetic, its 250W Shimano STEPS
E6100 crank motor is now powered by an integrated (and removable) Sony battery which delivers a range of up to 90+ miles per charge.
The Shimano Alfine Hydraulic brakes and SR Suntour NCX suspension combined give you an incredibly smooth ride, even over the most challenging of terrains. This model is kitted out with 8 speed DI2 gears, the intelligent system will automatically shift the gear down when you stop, (super handy!) making it effortless to get pedalling again.
This original LS has drawn the attention of the press on many occasions and has been featured in magazines like T3 and publications like the Huff Post and Mail on Sunday.
With its revolutionary new ergonomic design, it’s sure to turn even more heads and get more attention than ever!
Model: Volt Infinity Shimano STEPS
|Shimano STEPS E-bike
|SHIMANO LCD Display Showing Speed, Distance, Battery Power and gear
|High Grade Reinforced Aluminium 6061 T6 Frame
|23.5 kg without batteries / 26.4 kg with battery
|Max Weight (rider+luggage)
|Aluminium Double Wall Reinforced Alex Rim DP20
|Shimano 8 Speed Alfine DI2
|Shimano S700 Alfine Hydraulic Front Disc / Rear Disc
|SR Suntour NCX
|250W Shimano STEPS
|Assisted Motor Speed: 15.5 mph or 25 kmh
|Location of Motor
|In the central crank
|36V Large 504Wh
|90+ miles under Eco PAS mode
|1000 charge-discharge cycles
|3 to 4 hours
Reviews of the Volt Infinity LS Shimano STEPS
Rider Weight: 11 Stone (Please note 11 Stone is the weight of the test rider and our e-bikes a capable of carrying riders well over this specified weight)
Controller Speed Setting: low to medium
Riding conditions: warm summer day
Road conditions: tarmacked good condition roads, quite flat terrain
Wind level: low
Rider fitness level: medium
Rider effort: moderate
For more information on electric bike battery care please see the Electric Bike Store's Battery Guide
If the owner is heavier than the maximum load weight there is a risk that the frame and bike components could wear more quickly or even break.
If the rider exceeds this maximum weight warranties may be treated null and void.