Exertis launches new e-bike brand Peddle with four models

Technology distributor Exertis has announced the launch of new electric bike brand Peddle.

Ranging from commuter-friendly city bikes to extra long-range, adventure-ready off-roaders, the new Peddle range includes four models: the Peddle Go £1,599, Peddle Step £1,799, Peddle Ride £1,799, and Peddle Pro £2,599.

The Peddle Go, Peddle Step, and Peddle Ride are all equipped with an integrated 36v 10Ah battery and 36v 250-watt Hub rear motor, while the Peddle Pro uses a new Motinova Volans Plus 36v Central Drive Motor and removable Samsung 36v 17.5 Ah long-range battery for around 80 miles or more on a single charge.

“Peddle is designed for anyone whose lifestyle can be improved or enhanced by an electric bike, whether you’re getting back into fitness, riding for mindfulness, embracing a more climate-friendly commute, or simply connecting with friends and family and riding for pleasure,” said a statement. “Peddle’s electric
bikes are the perfect companion for a stress-free riding experience, no matter your experience level.”

Every Peddle electric bike comes already kitted out with more than £500 of pre-loaded features and with up to £150 of accessories.

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The entire Peddle range comes with an LCD display with Bluetooth and app integration. Puncture-resistant and reflective tyres (not Pro model) for additional safety, pannier racks, mudguards, front and rear lights, and seat suspension paired with premium gel saddles are also as standard across the range.

Each Peddle box has a Yale supplied security lock, a handlebar cover, a mini pump with pressure gauge, a cup holder, an additional mains charger, multi-tool, and BikeRegister security tag.

Peddle has also partnered with Dashel, the British eco-friendly helmet maker to offer an exclusive deal when purchasing any Peddle bike.

Peddle electric bikes are available to buy from https://www.peddlelife.co.uk/ with prices starting from £1,599 for the full Peddle Go package.

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