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Falcon Jolt Womens' Electric Bike Silver, 16.5" inch aluminium frame, 6 speed lightweight low step zoom front suspension forks
- Lightweight low step through style aluminium frame
- Zoom Front suspension forks, thick padded comfort saddle & suspension seatpost for maximum comfort
- Front and rear mudguards and rear pannier rack
- Handy propstand for easy parking
- 250W Motor with removable and key lockable 36V 10AH Lithium Ion battery
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The Falcon jolt features a lightweight alloy low step through aluminium frame, so it is perfect is you are less mobile or recovering from and injury or surgery. Comfort and ease of use are at the heart of this reliable high quality electric bike that comes with a powerful 250W motor and ample 36V 10Ah lithium ion battery to give you all the range you need and adequately cope with any incline, the bike features a well padded comfortable saddle with suspension seat-post and has a front suspension fork to soak up the bumps on rough terrain, a rear rack is fitted as standard and the bike also comes complete with front and rear mudguards to protect you from the elements, it is also equipped with an angle and height adjustable handlebar stem for maximum adjustment and a handy propstand for easy parking. Please note the bicycle will require charging overnight before first use to avoid battery damage and ensure long life. (Replacement or extra batteries can be purchased for GBP199.99) and also the bicycle is supplied boxed so will require some minor assembly and ongoing adjustment of gears and brakes during its ownership.
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Only negative issue was rear carrier stays were too close to rear brake and rubbed on it, stopping proper rear brake function. However, easily sorted by bending the rear stays in a vice.
Seems well made and minimal putting together to get it on the road.
Mentions somewhere that charging should only be done for a max of 5hours, but what it really means is it takes a maximum of 5hrs to charge. After that, charger senses full charge and switches off automatically, so fine to leave on charge until you get back to it whatever the time.
A few rides locally (6 ~ 8 miles on 3 occasions ) on one charge.
Good on the road and manages moderate slopes with ease.