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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: Up to 25 miles 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 104 reviewers.Rated 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 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by Nashy123 Battery Good bike bit heavy , but what is the battery life? 24 June 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by ujumb coyote Connect Folding Electric Bike: bought 3 weeks ago I am really pleased with my purchase, I was having difficulty finding an e bike suitable for my height as i am not very tall, visited Halfords local store who helped to identify a suitable model, I'm 73 years old, so looking for safety and stability, and this is perfect for me,they built it for me and check the saddle height etc. couldn't have been more helpful. Thank's Halfords 19 June 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by NigelNigel Literally ticks every box I can think of! I am extremely pleased with this electric bicycle. The overall feel of the bike is that of good quality. It's nice to get all the bits and pieces included....such as a quality, soft saddle, fitted proper mudguards and a pannier rack. It's foldable too....doesn't go down to a particularly tiny size, but it does fold, which means it will go in virtually any car boot....or tuck away neatly in a garage or cupboard. I just keep mine in the garage, with the handlebars down. Because it's foldable, the saddle is easily adjusted up or down, which means just about anyone can ride it. I was honestly sceptical about the effectiveness of the 'electric power' side of things...even though all the reviews suggested it was marvellous. Well, when I first rode it, I was like a kid with a new toy. I don't think the word 'thrilling' is overdoing it. Power one, and you immediately feel the push of the motor. Power two, and it seems to double the push. Power three....by this time you are whizzing along at some speed, with no effort required from the rider. Some people say it needs another gear (not power, the gears and the power have no connection with each other, other than how fast your legs have to go round). But this would then only mean you are travelling in excess of the legal, and sensible, speed. I really can't fault this bike, it's not often that something comes along that is just perfect in every respect. This, of course, includes the price. We are seriously considering getting another one......... Many thanks to previous, very helpful, reviews which steered me towards making this purchase. I hope that my review is just as helpful to others considering this smashing bike. Thank you, Nigel (and Sarah). 17 June 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by wrynosepass Great for commuting without getting hot and bothered and it folds too! I imagine the 20 mile range is about right. Probably takes 4-5 hrs to charge from empty, though I've not run it all the way down. My wife took it on the train to London and covered a lot of distance, but got back from the station with at least 20% charge left and plenty of assistance in the mile or so up the hill between station and house. Today I covered 4.9 miles with some fair gradients, a good bit on the flat and a couple of very steep hills in about 25 minutes, i.e. about 13 mph average, about 3-4 minutes faster than Google Maps estimated and without getting me too sweaty. Did the same journey in reverse and it indicated I still had about 50% charge after almost 10 miles. (The indicator on the battery uses lights marked 20%, 50%, 80% 100%, so it's a rough guide) 24V Charger (similar to laptop power supply) and battery light enough to carry around, e.g. bring into house or office to charge. Fast seat adjustment when we switch riders. Folds easily enough. Not as small as a Brompton, but makes it small enough to fit inside a small car within a Coyote folding bike bag - great for parking outside a controlled parking zone and riding into a city centre without worrying about when the parking meter runs out since we changed to a small car that can't take a bike rack. Also great for a low effort 2.5 mile commute in about 16 minutes (versus 9-10 by car) now my wife works further afield and needs the car. Low, Medium and High assist setting by left handgrip, with On/Off switch there also. Low is good for negotiating twisty bits of shared cycle/footpaths, High is what I use for most roads. Assistance only comes on when you put a little effort in on the pedals, but you can let it do most of the work and hardly feel any effort yourself. Mostly fine to leave it in 6th gear but starting in 2nd to 4th and pedalling hard for a couple of seconds makes a faster getaway. Once you hit the top speed of the motor assist - I guess about 13-15 mph in High, the motor stops assisting, so you soon get used to keeping your pedalling cadence just below that level to continue getting help. Going downhill, you lose your superpowers and can just coast at a comfortable speed. Very steep hills are still do-able, often in 2nd or 3rd gear with the motor able to keep you going faster than you'd do it alone albeit at a speed less than 13-15 mph then as the gradient reduces you can gain speed and work your way up the gears. Long fairly gentle inclines are great because you can maintain 13-15 mph with very little effort. Good metal mudguards. Decent rim brakes. Kick stand. Parcel shelf above locking battery compartment. Much cheaper and more versatile than, say, a moped once you factor in no insurance (the reason for the modest top speed with assistance) and gets me to work without being hot and bothered. Very happy with it so far, but can't be sure of quality. Bought a customer returned model with a couple of scratches, and a little bit of the plastic coating is breaking off the parcel rack. Welds beneath the paint look slightly ugly if you care about cosmetics, but the frame is aluminium so it shouldn't rust where the paint gets scratched. The forks are steel and seem OK. 17 June 2016
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