Coyote Connect Folding Electric Bike - 2015
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Coyote Connect Folding Electric BikeCoyote Connect Folding Electric Bike spares you from having to climb hills and allows you to get to work or anywhere else fresh and rested. This gem of a bike can be folded for easy storage and transport, but it’s also kitted out with a 3 power motor that can take you up to 15mph. The Connect shines with a flip down handlebar stem, split-folding frame and pop-in pedals to make the bike as compact as possible when folded.
- Frame: Lightweight aluminium folding frame
- Forks: Rigid steel for durability and comfort
- Gears: 6 Speed for fast and comfortable commuting
- Brakes: Front v-brake and rear hub brake for ultimate control
- Wheels: 20" aluminium wheels with Kenda tyres for enhanced performance
Intrigued and want to know more? Check out our Electric Bike Buyer's Guide for the lowdown on all you need to know!
Coyote Connect Folding Electric Bike Extra Info
- FREE Local Store build
- FREE 6-week first service
- Pre-Delivery inspection + 22 point safety check
- OR get it delivered boxed for self-assembly
Why not upgrade to the EBCO UCL30 Electric Bike for a suspension fork, 8 speed Tektro V-brakes, 26" wheels and more range.
The Connect is suitable for all weather conditions due to full component insulation. Benefiting from a super comfortable Velo saddle and grips and a handy kickstand, this is a bike that will make your cycling experience less stressful and much more enjoyable!
Brake Type: V-Brakes Forks: Rigid Steel Frame Material: Alloy Gender: Unisex Maximum Speed: 15mph Number of Gears: 6 Pedals Included: Yes Recharge Time: 5-6 Hrs Suspension: Rigid System voltage: 24V Wheel Size: 20" Battery: Lithium Ion 24V Battery warranty: 1 Year Component warranty: 1 year Frame warranty: 3 years Front Brake: Tektro V-Brakes Gears: Shimano Tourney 6-speed Maximum Range: 20 Rear Brake: Tektro V-Brakes Rear Mech: Shimano Tourney Rims: Alloy wheels and hubs Tyres: 20 x 1.75" Kenda tyres
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 108 reviewers.Rated 3 out of 5 by Donnafar Good at first Had this bike about 5 months. Good on the flat roads. But u have to put the effort in up hills. It's very heavy. I'm returning my coyote electric bike the pedal fell off. Squeaking a lot. Back break doesn't work chain had come off on me a few times. The battery I travel 4 miles well 8 miles there and back to work. I have b to charge it when i get in or it won't get me to work the next day. It's not holding charge. And when I'm going up a bit of a hill the battrey goes to one unit and it's really hard to get up the hill. Bits have full of. Folding it is also very hard. 11 December 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by HappyLDG60 This product is easy to use First time out, was really pleased that I felt I was able to ride a bike but with assistance. I can now keep up with grandchildren, pop bike in back of car and meet up and keep up. Its lighter than previous eco bike I had which is a bonus and stylish, good all round ride. 22 November 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by GeordieGeek That will do me nicely Yep the bike is not as light as it could be, but then neither am I. Folding mechanism is easy to get used to. Power is more than enough, and the bike is flexible enough that it handles my 6ft+ as easily as my wifes 5' 1" The picture of the 2 blokes struggling up a 1 in 6 hill as my daughter calmly cycled past them with no sign of effort was probably worth the money by itself. 07 October 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Easyrider24 Truly a delight to ride and quick to prepare Nobody would consider me to be an ardent cyclist, and now approaching my 69th birthday, I was tending to choose even shorter rides. On speck, I called into Halfords and lo! they had this bike in store. The quality looked excellent and I knew it was certain to fold into my Ford Focus boot. I did one of my local 3 mile routes. It was a delight, and on a disused railtrack I just kept going until time made me turn back. I'd be out on it every day if I could. One of my best buys in the last 20 years! The speed is restricted to 15 mph by motor & gears, but not free-wheeling downhill. I hope it lasts me a long time. 20 September 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Domw1960 e-bike This is our first ebike and its great. The speed that it whips you away at is brill. I didn't realise you had to continually pedle to trigger the power but its no big deal and riding it is kids stuff and a loss less energetic than normal bikes especially up hills. 05 August 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by foster1 coyote electric bike so pleased with this bike, would highly recommend it, folds away nicely to fit in your car, very useful to get up hills for those who are not as fit as the younger generation. 04 August 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Wrynose2 So good we bought a second bike We bought one for my daily ride to work since my wife is using the car for her new job and it's so good we bought another for her. Just spent a lovely Sunday in London using almost all the 20 miles range on each of our bikes and doing a jaunt through the park on pedal power only. Power assist was just as strong at the end of the day as at the beginning - we've never quite run out of charge. We have a bag for each and folded and bagged, both fit into a Peugeot 107/Citroen C1/Toyota Aygo with the rear seats down and would fit in many mid-size car's boots without having to fold down the rear seats. This meant we could park all day in an unrestrcited area and enjoy the city. These are not as small as a pricey Brompton or other micro-bikes, but the larger wheels soak up potholes better. For our use these are wonderful and make hills far less daunting. I can imagine older people finding these very good. Gentle hills are a doddle to sail up at almost 15mph in 6th gear. Steep ones about 1 in 4 (25%) need quite a bit of human effort in 1st gear. In the middle, maybe slowing to about 3rd gear at a reduced speed until the hill eases off and the speed picks up. The Low/Medium/High selector sets the maximum speed at which you receive assistance, it seems, not the force of the assistance. The assistance torque until it reaches that speed is the same it seems, then when you exceed that speed or cease turning the pedals gently the assistance stops. Very roughly it's 5 mph, 10 mph, 15 mph, so unless you pedal-assist a lot, you probably won't increase the range significantly by using lower speeds unless you have to keep braking, which burns up the kinetic energy. My one shows very subtle signs of rust on wheel bolts and has a few squeaks from the handlebar area, but it spends 5 days a week only slightly protected by a bicycle shelter. On the whole I'm still very happy and don't anticipate it being a major problem. Brakes seem good in wet as well as dry. Mudguards are effective enough and strong. Haven't tried the parcel shelf straps properly - but used bungees on my own one which was a return and lacked the straps to bring home a large parcel with no problem. 03 August 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Farmeronabike65 Fun bike! This is a great bike for short journeys, we bought it because my husband has been ill and is not strong enough to pedal up hills, but he still wants to ride a bike. It ticks all the boxes and he whizzes off to collect the newspaper every morning. It folds easily and will fit into a car boot comfortably. It's not too heavy and the battery is easy to connect and remove for charging. The service and communication we received from Halfords was excellent. 19 July 2016
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