- Cube Compact Sport Hybrid 500 Electric Bike Black 'n' Polar Silver (2022)$4,699.99 $4,464.99 $4,464.99
- VelectriX Foldaway Electric Folding Bike Red (2022)$2,099.00 $1,999.00 $1,799.10
- VelectriX Foldaway Electric Folding Bike Grey (2022)$2,099.00 $1,999.00 $1,799.10
- VelectriX Foldaway Electric Folding Bike Blue (2022)$2,099.00 $1,999.00 $1,799.10
- Pedal Dynamo Folding Electric Bike Grey Blue (2022)$1,399.99 $1,050.00 $945.00
- Velectrix Foldaway Folding Electric Bike Grey (2020)$1,995.00 $1,984.00 $1,785.60
Our Range of Electric Folding Bikes
Foldable Electric Bikes are the eBike of choice among riders who need to use multiple means of transport for their commute into work, and are looking for an easy-to-store solution.
They’re known for their lightweight, low profile frame design that can be easily folded and unfolded when hopping on the train, or stowing away in the office or their apartment.
Folding electric bikes typically have shorter range than electric mountain bikes and commuter bikes. As an estimate, the majority of riders can expect a distance of 40km out of a single charge when riding at 20km/h.
Australian legislation requires that power output is no more than 250w with pedal assist, and 200w without pedal assist, with all motors having a speed limit of 25km/h.
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