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MONO Electric Bike City $1099 + $95 Delivery @ Move Bikes

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  • FRAME: Super Light Step-Through Aluminium-Alloy Frame

  • FRONT FORK: Lockable 65mm Suspension

  • GEARS: Shimano Altus 9-Speed Cassette with Shifter

  • BRAKES: Front & Rear Disc Brakes 180/160MM

  • Handler Bar: 66cm Aluminium-Alloy Bar

  • Cotterless Cranks

  • Comfort Padded Leather Saddle

  • Quick release 320mm Seat Post

  • Wheel & Tyre Size 700C * 40C KENDA TYRE

  • Front Wheel Quick Release Design

  • Thumb Accelerator Control Throttle (off road use only)

  • Multi Function LCD Display Panel With 5 Level Pedal Assist. (IPX67)
    PERFORMANCE

  • Motor: High torque 250w Brushless Rear Drive Motor

  • Speed: Max. Speed Up to 25 Km/h (Australia Legal Speed); Can unlock speed limit to 35Km/ h, for OFF-ROAD use only (conditions apply).

  • Battery: Samsung 36V / 12 Ah Li-on Lithium Battery With USB output Charge Port,

  • Duration: Electric Mode Up to 45km ; PAS Mode Up to 60Km

  • Charge Time : 4-6 Hrs.

  • Load Capacity: Up to 120 Kg

  • N.W/G.W:18 Kg (Without Battery) / 21 Kg (Battery Installed)

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closed Comments

  • +3

    Thumb Accelerator Control Throttle

    I thought we were only allowed pedal assist eBikes in Australia?

    • -2

      Quick, notify the relevant Nanny State authoritarian enforcers

    • +1

      I believe if it is for offroad use you can use an accelerator, also can go past 25km/h limit

    • -2

      Definitely legal in the ACT. You need to check the rules in your own state/territory.

  • +2

    Code: 100OFF brings price down to $999

    • I wonder why the rep did not include this important info in his post
      Link says:
      Buy any E-Bike and get $100 discount in accessories

      Promo code: "100off"

      • Not a motivated seller

    • The ad says it is for accessories ?

      • It worked on the bike at checkout

  • What are the shipping costs like to Adelaide ? or is shipping included.
    Seems like an Ebike that is a reasonable weight. The latest one Aldi was selling was getting into the high 20s

    Edit : Shipping $130 uuuggghhh no thanks

  • I wish folding e bikes were on sale

  • +1

    What is the best affordable ebike we should buy and worth for the money.

  • How enjoyable would these be to ride normally given they weigh ~20kgs and are 9 speed?

    Trying to find an e-bike for my wife and I but want something we can actually enjoy riding while also having the benefit of electric assist or a free ride home

    • Leitner are probably the best available ebikes for him/her easy riding and top quality https://leitner.com.au/

      • Thanks, they look like great value for money

        • I've had mine for 6 months. Bike shops/mechanics have never heard of it and some won't even touch it unless it's something they sell. Should be okay if you're handy with working on bikes. Good, responsive customer service though, I'll give them that.

      • The Mono seems to be better compared to the Leitner venice if you are after a step thru bike. Mono is 21kg vs 22kg weight, 9 speed casette vs 6 speed freewheel, 700c vs 26inch tyres. Cheaper too so i would go with the Mono.

    • Hi whitelie,

      Even without the motor assistance this bike is not hard to peddle.

      This e-bike is a good option for rides up to 40 km distance.

      Regards,
      Move Bikes

  • I must be missing something as I always thought riding a bicycle was a form of exercise……

    • +1

      You still have to pedal.

    • it still is. with electric assist, it can be as easy or strenuous as you like. some people just need to commute from point a to b - without arriving a sweaty mess at point b - and the incidental exercise is a bonus.