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Electric Bike Sale: e.g. City Pulse Ebike $1399 (RRP $1599) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Reid Cycles

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EBIKE SALE NOW ON!

Australia’s best value Electric Bikes are now available from $1,399.99 with sale prices on selected models.
https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/electric-bikes

Shop our range of eBikes from value priced, lightweight hub motors to the premium Shimano Steps system.
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Example sale bikes:

. City Pulse RRP $1599.99 SALE $1399.99
Built for commuting and touring.
https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/electric-bikes/pro...

. Adventure WSD (step through frame) eBike RRP $2699.99 SALE $2499.99
Features the new Shimano Steps E5000 mid-mount system.
https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/electric-bikes/pro...

. Adventure eBike RRP $2699.99 SALE $2499.99
Features the new Shimano Steps E5000 mid-mount system.
https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/electric-bikes/pro...
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All bikes include lifetime warranty on frame and rigid forks, two years on parts, plus two free services within 12 months of buying your bike.

Shop online for fast, contactless delivery or visit our stores in Melbourne (North Melbourne, Richmond, Dandenong), Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
https://www.reidcycles.com.au/pages/store-locations

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  • Oh man, been looking at these (City Pulse) for a while. Might make a trip down to Dande.

  • +6

    As a precaution, would not recommend purchasing from Reid, terrible customer service and very difficult to get a hold of even during trading hours.

  • +6

    I fix up old bikes that get thrown out in council clean ups or given away on Gumtree & the amount of Reid ladies bikes is crazy.
    Parts are junk and the spokes, handlebars, stem and cogs always rust. They use a lot of steel because it's cheap.

    Hopefully these models are different, but buyer beware.

    • Hi mate, just curious, do you sell those bikes or do it as a hobby. Is there a big community of people fixing old bikes?

      • +2

        Mainly started doing it as a hobby & because I hated seeing them go to landfill when they only required minor repairs.
        I used to give them away but pretty quickly ran out of people to give them to so started putting them on Gumtree.

        I have noticed a few people in my area on Gumtree doing the same thing but haven't searched out any kind of community. I don't do it all the time.

      • They're called "bike kitchens" - usually volunteer organisations that help people do up old bikes and provide bikes or parts or labour for free.

  • +3

    Had the pulse. It's one of the worst ebikes in the market and their customer service is atrocious. Would steer clear off Reid bikes

  • +5

    Avoid at all costs. Terrible, terrible customer service. This company stole our money & refused to give it back. The bike we did receive was poor quality and the seat spilt within a few days of use.

  • I will say their customer service is slow (takes days to respond to questions so a simple exchange will take over a week) but they did help me out when they shipped a bike with a faulty derailleur hanger

  • I am currently riding their Reid Granite 1.0, which has been pretty good. I think the crappy models are the one that they sell for ~$400. Wouldn’t imagine it’d be a high quality bike.

    Fitting your own ebike kit cost around $800-$1100 in the market. With this price I think they’d be using the cheaper model of their bikes. Personally, if you will be riding it regularly, I think you’d better off buying a decent secondhand bike in the market and fit the ebike kit yourself

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