FAQ
FAQ

We sell a full range of 100% Electric motorbikes, no petrol here!

The general range is between 60km and 180km depending on the model, power mode and other riding conditions like load or whether its raining or windy.

Top speeds vary from 45km to 105km depending on the make and model

The electric motorbikes at E-Gear have removable batteries making it easier to charge at home. The battery charges like a mobile phone plug the charger into a wall socket and connect the charge to the battery.

This depends on the model; batteries take between 3 to 6 hours to fully charge.

A motorbike driving license is required to drive these motorbikes. You can ride our L1e (50cc equivalent) electric moped from age 16. You must be at least 17 years old to ride the L3e Category (<=11kw) 125cc equivalent. You need the corresponding driving licence.

Yes you can, however an L plate must be visible whilst using.

On average the lifespan of a battery tends to be between 1000 – 1500 cycles. Once cycle is one charge so it is always advised to use the battery till it gets to about 10% to ensure the longevity of the battery.

On average it costs you less than £1 to charge your battery fully.

Our motorbikes come with a 2 year warranty as standard but extended warranties may be purchased.

The shorty answer is yes. All electric motorbikes are more than equipped to power over all types of terrains and inclines.

Like a conventional motorbike, electric motorbikes are equipped with seals so that water does not enter the motorbike and cause it to short circuit. It is always recommended to not jet wash your electric motorbike as it may break those seals. During heavy rain it is also recommended to cover the motorbike. 

We sell a full range of 100% Electric motorbikes, no petrol here!

The electric motorbikes at E-Gear have removable batteries making it easier to charge at home. The battery charges like a mobile phone plug the charger into a wall socket and connect the charge to the battery.

The general range is between 60km and 180km depending on the model, power mode and other riding conditions like load or whether its raining or windy.

Top speeds vary from 45km to 105km depending on the make and model.

This depends on the model; batteries take between 3 to 6 hours to fully charge.

On average the lifespan of a battery tends to be between 1000 – 1500 cycles. Once cycle is one charge so it is always advised to use the battery till it gets to about 10% to ensure the longevity of the battery.

A motorbike driving license is required to drive these motorbikes. You can ride our L1e (50cc equivalent) electric moped from age 16. You must be at least 17 years old to ride the L3e Category (<=11kw) 125cc equivalent. You need the corresponding driving licence.

Yes you can, however an L plate must be visible whilst using.

On average it costs you less than £1 to charge your battery fully.

Like a conventional motorbike, electric motorbikes are equipped with seals so that water does not enter the motorbike and cause it to short circuit. It is always recommended to not jet wash your electric motorbike as it may break those seals. During heavy rain it is also recommended to cover the motorbike. 

Our motorbikes come with a 2 year warranty as standard but extended warranties may be purchased.

The shorty answer is yes. All electric motorbikes are more than equipped to power over all types of terrains and inclines.

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