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Volt Infinity

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Volt Infinity

36V Standard 418Wh (70+ Miles) £2,799.00

  • 70 Miles on one charge*
  • 8 or 11 Speed Alfine DI2 Gears
  • 36v Sony battery
  • 15.5mph Shimano STEPS Motor
  • Max Rider Weight: 100kg**
  • 2 Years Peace of Mind Warranty
  • Free UK Delivery to Local Assembly Point
The new and improved Volt Infinity is one of the most highly spec’d e-bikes on the market, equipped with the Shimano STEPS crank drive, DI2 fully automatic gears and the latest lithium Polly Sony battery.

The premium bike offers an unmatched quality of ride. Slick, quiet, efficient and powerful; the 250w Shimano Steps crank drive blends seamlessly into your riding style. The Shimano STEPS provides economical battery use and power when you need it thanks to the intelligent torque system that reads and matches your effort while riding.

Volt Bikes is a leading UK electric bikes manufacturer focused on producing high-end, stylish, affordable electric bikes. For this reason they have partnered with Shimano who for years, strive to provide quality products and services that are reliable and trustworthy. This long-lived partnership has made way for arguably the best e-bikes anywhere on the market today.



Finance your Volt E-Bike 0%

Pay just £279.90 deposit followed by 12 monthly payments of £209.93…

Total Cost: £2799.00



*The distances shown on our website are based on real tests under the following conditions:
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


**Volt stipulate that bike is designed to carry a maximum load of 100 kg excluding luggage.

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.


Model: Volt Infinity Shimano STEPS

LCD Display SHIMANO LCD Display Showing Speed, Distance, Battery Power and gear
Frame Frame High Grade Reinforced Aluminium 6061 T6 Frame
Weight 21.6 kg without batteries / 24.2 kg with battery
Max person weight Max 100 kg
Max weight (rider) Max 100 kg
Wheel size 28 Inches
Rims Aluminium double wall reinforced Alex Rim DP20
Tyres Kenda Puncture Resistant
Seat Velo
Seat Post Zoom
Gears Shimano 8 or 11 Speed Alfine DI2
Brakes, front / rear Shimano S700 Alfine Hydraulic Front Disc / Rear Disc
Lights Dutch Spanninga
Forks Suntour NCX D-LO Coil
Motor Features
Motor 250W Shimano STEPS
Max Speed With electrical assistance: 15.5 mph or 25 kmh
Location of motor In the rear wheel hub
Battery Type Lithium-Polymer Sony
Battery weight 2.65 kg
Power 36V Standard (418Wh)
Distance 70+ miles under Eco PAS mode
Lifetime 1000 charge-discharge cycles
Charge time 3 to 4 hours

Reviews of the Volt Infinity Shimano STEPS



The Volt Infinity cycle, has taken riding a bike to a whole new level, my more mature years have made cycling somewhat of a toil, but the Volt has put such a lot back into bike riding, a new world has emerged.
I am so pleased with my purchase,they should be compulsory for cyclists.

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Roger Fisher

We are absolutely delighted with our new bicycles. They are a pleasure to ride and the seat suspension makes cycling a lot more comfortable. The only problem that we have had is with Infinity II which has an automatic gear change mode. This works fine on level roads or slight inclines but on steep ascents it would seem that the gear change cannot cope and the bike is trying to change gear too often, and into too high a gear for the ascent. This is perhaps something that Volt need to address. My recommendation therefore is to us the manual gear change on hills. We have found Volt and their agent/stockist, The Bike Shed at Hebden Bridge, extremely supportive and easy to contact.
Roger and Colleen Fisher, Wakefield

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