Sky Bike affordable electric scooter from UK Company
It is an electric scooter from the UK with affordable price but also great potential
An affordable electric scooter called Sky Bike was unveiled by Bumblebee Bikes based in Eastbourne, UK. The company of electric two-wheelers has in its range electric scooters with classic appearance and the latest model Sky-Bike, stands out with its affordable price and the potentialities it has.
The Sky Bike has a Brush-less electric motor with a performance of 250W and a 48v 30ah battery where it can travel more than 40 miles (64km) away. It has 2-3kW.h/100km engine power consumption while its top speed is 15.5mph (25km/h). The Sky Bike electric scooter Maximum weighs is 120kg (18st 12lb).
The battery is lithium and for full charge takes 4-6 hours. It has 2.75-14″ Tubeless wheels, while the size of the electric scooter is 1740 x 670 x 1260mm. A 12-month warranty is also provided and no driving license is required in the country for sale (UK). It also has a Luggage Box at the back where it is very convenient for small things.
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After 10 years involvement in ‘Green Energy’ products, progression into the world of low-emission battery powered-transport was a natural move forward.
Although many other battery-powered ‘Green Bikes’ are appearing in the UK market, we at Bumblebee Bikes wanted to introduce a variety of electric bikes and mopeds from our starter ‘Pony’ Bike, perfect for city commuting at a very affordable price, to our ‘Classic’ range, which has the timeless style of the 1950/60’s Italian brands powered by the latest technology.
Our new ‘Express’ model offers businesses an economic, green alternative for city deliveries. Whether a small parcel, letters, or food takeaways, your investment will return quickly as you save on fuel, tax, and C02 emissions.
All of our Bumblebee Mopeds are powered by Bosch Motors, providing German reliability and performance.
Greg Jones (CEO)