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Ideal for a leisurely commute, meander through the village or lanes and even for popping to the shops. The limited edition Rowsley ELS is a simple 7 speed eBike with a 250w rear hub to power you along on those enjoyable rides.
Samsung rack mounted battery allows the ability to create an ultra-low step through frame.
The Bafang M400 motor, positioned to the rear of the bike, helps to provide improved weight distribution. This makes the ride smoother by reducing weight over the front wheel. The feeling of being pushed rather than pulled with acceleration is typically much easier to control when pedalling from a stationary position or out of corner.
This provides protection for your clothing and footwear from the drivetrain.
Soft comfortable saddle, ergonomically designed to fit most riders.
The King Meter Display is mounted in the centre of the handlebars with a large, clear LCD display.
Day or night, lights are always useful to be seen by on comers or traffic. Keeping your presence known on the road.
You are not alone. The majority of bike and particularly ebike customers are in the same place so don't let plethora of price points, frame shapes and motor systems steer you away from making a choice. We sell via expert retailers capable of asking you the right questions to pinpoint the ideal bike for your requirements. If you would like to learn more before taking a trip to see your local retailer you can use our helpful e-bike buyers guide or use our bike finder to explore the range.
What’s the difference between crank driven and hub motors?
Crank driven motors are positioned in the middle of the bicycle frame at the bottom bracket area, behind the crank arms. This low position results in a much more natural and balanced riding experience. Crank driven bikes also provide greater torque and faster response times when applying power to the pedals. Hub motors, as the name suggests are located within the hub of the rear wheel. Unlike crank motors, they do not depend on the torque or power applied by the rider so are typically 40% less efficient. As a crank driven system applies more or less assistance depending on the rider power applied, the hub motor applies a constant power output. As a crank or mid motor works in with your torque and gears, these systems are better for powering up steep hills and therefore usually often provide between 10 and 50Nm extra torque. Hub motors however are much lower priced than centre motors and often all that is required for most recreational cyclists. They also have the benefit of not putting as much strain on the chain and drive systems so do not require any special chain or componentry. An ebike purchase should be carefully considered to ensure you are completely satisfied with your new bike. With so many unknown systems as well as a plethora of different frame shapes, battery types and general points to consider we recommend finding a specialist Forme dealer you feel you can trust. Let them help make the decision process much simpler.
If there are any problems with the motor or electric system, how will I know?
As with all electrically powered goods, sometimes things can go wrong. For this reason we only work with global leading and trusted systems from Bosch and Bafang. Both provide very clear diagnostic codes for our trained retailers to identify and resolve. The in-built diagnostics systems provided by Bosch allows our Bosch certified retailers to perform easy health checks on your motor and fine tune them at regular service intervals, just as you would expect with a car. Bosch certified retailers carry out a diagnosis on the motor, battery and head unit during these intervals and update the software for each of these parts.
Do I need to take any special care of the battery?
As a general best practice we suggest topping up your battery after each ride but most importantly do not leave the battery flat for long periods of time or expose it to excessively hot or freezing temperatures. It is best to store your ebike battery at room temperature.
How long does it take to recharge the battery?
All our electric bikes use lithium ion batteries with a reputable re-charge time. The charge time varies depending on the battery size although an average re-charge time is around 3.5 hours from flat. It is worth noting that most batteries will be around 70-80% re-charged after 90 minutes as the last 20-30% of charge is set to a slower charge rate.
Where are your electric bikes made?
As "the new kid on the block" we only work with the best factories and assembly factories in the world. The reputation and trust connected to our products are essential, hence our lifetime guarantee. Our design and development is completed at our Derbyshire base in the UK then the majority of our models are made or assembled by our friends and partners in Italy or our recently selected assembly factory in Asia, shared with the 2nd largest bicycle brand in the world.