The Batribike stand has been receiving a lot of attention at the London Bike Show.
Thursday was trade and press day and we were pleased to welcome Dave Atkinson from the electric bike focussed website ebiketips.
The Batribike Perdu and Quintessential really caught his eye and we are delighted that they are two of the bikes in his list of five hot ebikes at the show. He also gave the title of “Current winner in the ‘hide the battery’ competition” to the Perdu.
The hidden battery systems we are using in these two bikes have been the subject of many complements at the show and to feature as two of the hot five has made the whole Batribike team vey proud.
Both of these European built bikes are available from our dealer network. Why not contact your local Batribike dealer and take a test ride on one of these outstanding bikes.
We are delighted to announce that Devon Electric Bikes in Plymouth is now a Batribike electric bike stockist. The team at Devon Electric Bikes have been working with electric bicycles since 2010 and are part of a larger team that has been delivering cycle maintenance training in the area. They do know a thing or two about bikes!
The showroom now has models from the new 2017 Batribike range. The electric bikes have been hand built in Europe using a Danish designed electric system. The package includes the Datatag security marking system fitted as standard and one month free electric bike insurance from Lexham, one of the UK’s leading brokers.
The team at Devon Electric Bikes offer booked appointments to ensure that they can give you, the customer, their full attention. Please call or email to make a test ride or sales appointment. Evening and Saturday appointments are no problem!
The next two models from our 2017 European Range have now arrived.
The next two models from our Hand Built in Europe range which were showcased at the Cycle Show and Motorhome and Caravan Shows at the NEC have now arrived in our warehouse ready for distribution to our dealer network.
The Quintessential is a classic styled bike with a discrete battery hidden in the saddlebag. In garnet red and with colour matched accessories including a front basket for convenience and practicality, this classic electric bike is sure to be a winner.
With 28 inch (700c) continental sized wheels, a Shimano Nexus 7 speed hub, Schwalbe puncture resist tyres and integrated LED lighting, this bike is well specified for the UK market.
The Sigma is our 20 inch wheeled folding electric bike with extremely low step-through frame. With a choice of battery options and display types, there is sure to be a model to suit you. Available in a choice three great colours; Hunter Green, Earth Brown and White Shadow.
This first batch of Sigmas is limited and will be supplemented by the main production run in late January.
Order one now from your local dealer.
A. E. Wallis in Heacham, Norfolk is now a Batribike electric bike stockist. We are delighted to welcome the long established family business to our dealer network. John Wallis will be happy to discuss your electric bike requirements and advise on the best Batribike for you.
The showroom now has models from the new 2017 Batribike range which has been hand built in Europe using a Danish designed electric system.
Contact John at A. E. Wallis to arrange a test ride 01485 571683
The established ebike stockist for Batribike, Steve Mitchell, has moved premises from Selsey to Birdham, three miles from Chichester.
Previously known as Summit Bikes, Steve is now putting his years of experience into specialising in electric bikes and has moved into larger premises and rebranded to the ebike-centre.
The latest Batribike hand built in Europe ebike range gives quality, style and peace of mind with long warranties. Alongside this, the factory fitted Datatag Stealth Pro security marking system and one month free, no strings attached, ebike insurance from Lexham Insurance give confidence in the complete package.
The Batribike team wishes Steve every success in his new premises.
The first of our new range of BATRIBIKE models for 2017 are now in stock.
The Hand Built in Europe models were well received at the Cycle Show and Motorhome and Caravan Shows at the NEC recently. The first 2 models arrived at our warehouse in Lincolnshire this afternoon.
The OMEGA is our replacement for the Diamond and is a Step-Through, Dutch style bike available in three colours.
With 26 inch British Standard sized wheels and a frame to suit a range of rider heights, it’s sure to be as popular as it predecessor.
Everyone in the BATRIBIKE Team is really excited that the new models are now in stock and we can start to share our latest bikes with customers.
The PERDU is one of our “Hidden Battery” models and conceals the power pack in the chain case. Available now in Magma Pearl, our 28 inch wheeled step-through model will appeal across the spectrum.
These two bikes should start to be seen in Dealers shops very shortly.
Having talked to us at the NEC Cycle Show Bob sent an email about his 50 mile charity bike ride.
The orange Granite Pro performed well on the ride helping him to manage the many hills when other riders were getting off to push.
Read all about the ride on the Batribike Blog
Thanks to Bob for sharing his experience.
Today at the Cycle Show Batribike have launched a new range of European built electric bikes for 2017. Six new models were shown for the first time to trade visitors at the NEC show today. Consumers will be able to view and test ride the new e-bikes over the next three days of the show.
Batribike are delighted with the response to the bikes. The quality of finish and high standard of components has already impressed. With production starting at the beginning of October the bikes are expected to be in dealer showrooms very shortly.
Steve Coulson, Managing Director of Batribike, said “All of the Batribike Team is extremely pleased with the performance and quality of build from the Lithuanian factory, this combined with the Danish designed electrics system and the Batribike vision for the UK market, has produced a range of bikes of which we can all be justifiably proud.”
Details of all the bikes are now available on the website.
Picture of the stand taken this morning before all the visitors arrived.