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Watseka XP Cargo-Electric Bicycle-26"-6 speed-Adult/Young Adult

Item# SPM11350577830 | Model# 10002 | Added on February 24, 2015 |
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Watseka XP Cargo-Electric Bicycle-26"-6 speed-Adult/Young Adult
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Step through/Low step frame design (non gender specific) electric commuter/cargo bicycle. 250-Watt brushless motor with a 36V 9Ah removable AGM battery pack for long lasting battery life. Easy shift 6 speed Shimano gear set. Reaches speeds up to 14 mph & averages 16-18 mile range depending on riders weight, usage & terrain. Selectable pedal assist or twist the "variable speed throttle" for hours of enjoyment.

The Watseka XP is an Eco-friendly & superbly crafted electric bicycle that will get you back in the saddle & on the road in comfort & style. Powered by a 250W brushless rear drive motor with a 36V 9Ah battery pack, the Watseka XP has plenty of power to get you where you need to go. If hybrid bicycles are what appeals to you then why not travel in comfort too? With its telescopic front fork suspension, seat springs, low step frame design, adjustable seat & handlebar height, this bicycle is truly a one size fits all. If utility is a concern then we have you covered with our front basket & rear cargo rack. Superior balance is achieved by our central mounted battery pack. •Selectable motor assist via pedal or twist throttle. •"Smooth Twist" throttle prevents rider fatigue over time. •Comes with 2 ignition keys. •The Watseka XP's battery pack can only be removed with the supplied ignition keys. •Easy tilt seat design for quick battery removal. •Battery removal is not required to charge the battery pack. ... read more
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