Cyclamatic Pro CX4 Dual Suspension Foldaway Electric Bike - Black
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- Easy Folding - Ideal for travelling holidays and those with minimal storage space, the e-bike folds quickly and easily into an incredibly compact space.
- Incredible performance - Fitted with a 250w brushless motor the foldable bike will easily assist you to travel at the 15mph road speed limit. Safe to ride in the rain.
- Heavy duty battery - 24 volts and 10Amp, 4-6 hours for fully recharge, Fully sealed battery means safe for use in rainy conditions.
- Max distance: 18.5-25miles, Max Speed: 15.5 mph.
- In line with European laws, this model does not have a fully automatic electric mode - some degree of peddling is always required.
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New from the Cyclamatic range is the CX4 Pro Suspension Foldaway Electric Bike.
Market leaders in economical electric bikes, Cyclamatic have done it again, combining enhanced power with convience and practicality in this latest model.
Using the same technology and research that proved successful for its predecessor, the Foldable bike has been designed to go further in convenience, practicality and mobility.
After customer feedback, the designers at Cyclamatic have added more power to their bike with a souped-up motor with new type Quick release connection.
Truly an all rounder bike it can be used as a standard push bike relying totally on your own pedal power or in assistance mode, this will kick in once you initiate the pedal motion, enhancing each rotation, propelling with more speed and less effort.
These folding bikes offer quality and portability teamed with strength, power and versatility which has never been matched.
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So how is it?
At first it took a little getting used to, previous reviewers have noted you have to tighten up many bolts and screws, this is true but not that many really, it does come in a box after all. I'm 6''2" and bike is a bit small for me, well, compared to my racer. At first I thought it wasn't very good and felt my usual impulse buy regret but it has taken me this long to get how it works!
This bike is very comfortable, suspension in very pliant and provides really good ride (65 psi is right) and brakes give confidence. The way to benefit from a bike like this is to not expect any assistance above 15mph, I put my foot down on bikes and go fast as I can, with this bike, drop it down to 3rd gear and ride it relaxed, it's a 10mph cruiser and I have to say having only just realised this, it really works, go above 15mph and you will get no assistance. So I've had to re-learn how I attack the road and I'm happy with the results, it provides good assistance and makes riding really easy just a little slower. Riding without assistance is initially quite hard as you are used to assistance, feels like an old Butchers bike, one reviewer said like riding through treacle, they aren't wrong
As a very tight person who regrets most of his just got my wages purchases, I really am happy with it and will keep. The bike looks nice too, folds up in literally seconds! I was really impressed, Handle bars, frame and you're done. I was thinking of getting a longer seat post so my legs were extended like on my racer but it isn't that type of bike, it is a really comfortable cruiser. If you are like me and are interested in getting an electric bike, my experience with this model has been very positive. I looked at finance options on many electric bikes, gradually going up to £2500 because of quality parts etc, I am so glad I didn't, this will do, it will be paid off in 10 months and I'll have for a long time. It has really incentivised me to exercise, much more than my cross trainer covered in just washed clothes! It folds up, sits in my boot and I love it, going to the off licence has never been easier! As the good weather approaches this is going to become my transport, I recommend as a first buy. For the money it really is pretty decent and a good economical way into electric biking. Just remember to tighten screws on bike and get air pressure right before riding.
1: Only buy from the Sports HQ , if you see it advertised cheaper, be very wary.
2: Because of the battery, I dont think a carrier or pannier is an option, bummer that. I got a wee basket to click onto the front when needed.
3: Bought a bag for it, thinking it would be easier to get the folded bike into the car in a bag (so dangly bits of it wouldn't be getting snagged and bumped on the way in and out). Alas bought a 20" one, which is really awkward to get the bike to settle into, and just about fits. Takes so long to deal with its not worth using, so I suggest to get a bigger, maybe 24" or 26" bag.
4: Expect little information, instructions, or maintenance information coming with this bike. Kind of surprising when you are handing over a heap of money nowadays for a product and you get a poor photocopy of a bit of a kid of a manual. The manual is barely legible, and is quite useless. So you will have to figure it out on your own. Which isnt a hardship, really, cos its fun working it out.
5: This bit is gold. The bike comes with a wee computer thingy on the handlebar. This is the brains of the motor. The thingy thinks it is sitting on 26" wheels. So the speedometer thinks you are flyin along at wild speeds, and shuts off the wee motor assist, as it should by law. So, this is how to sort this, copied from a reviewer on the Amazon.com site, a very clever gent figured this out, and kudos to him, cos you would be a while working this out from the attached manual ...
The LCD display is really the brains of the bike and has a max speed that can be changed.
My two bikes both came set to 26” wheel size and 25km (15.5mph) max speed. But these settings are incorrect for the advertised 15.5 mph, as the wheel size should be set to 20” (the actual wheel size of this bike) or will make the controller believe the bike is covering more ground than actual and the motor will cut out at 12 mph as indicated by at least one reviewer. To correct this, turn on the main battery, then the display by pressing the M button. Now press and hold the + and – buttons simultaneously for two seconds. The wheel size is indicated. Press the - button until 20 in is displayed, then press the M button to confirm, the max speed of 25 kph (15.5 mph) is now displayed, and if so the settings are now correct, (however if allowed in your area, and I do not recommend it, press the + button to increase up to the max of 40kph (25mph) press the M button to confirm , LCD brightness is displayed, levels are 1,2,3, press the M button two seconds to exit. Note that it is doubtful the bike can sustain 25 mph for long even on flat, as the motor wattage is rather small as is the battery capacity, but at least the bike will no longer be artificially speed limited. In any case the 26” factory wheel setting is wrong! As a reminder, higher AH batteries are available.