Commuter E-Bikes

COMMUTER E-BIKES

Looking for an e-bike that’s perfect for the city and beyond? You can arrive at work happy after getting some exercise and doing your bit to look after the planet. We are delighted to have the largest selection of brands in one place for you to see and try. This is your chance to Jump on an e-bike and take it for a spin round the 400m City Test Track, in the beautiful surroundings of Battersea Park. Here are just a few of the commuter bikes you can expect to see, keep a look out as more will be coming soon. 

Vanmoof Electrified S2 –stand D3

Dutch brand Vanmoof has raised the bar in its technical commuter, with innovative security and accessibility functions, paired with a smart, clean looking design. A clever handlebar-mounted button allows for on-demand acceleration at your fingertips, while its tamper detection, stealth lock and ear-splitting alarm make sure that this bike looks after itself when out of sight on the way to and from your destination.

Ampler Stout – stand E9

Estonian brand Ampler set about developing a solution to the urban commuting problem with their range of city-smart bikes that combine performance and aesthetics. The Ampler Stout is one of three models in their electric range, offering a traditional aluminium frame with a 10-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain. 

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Ampler Stout

Gocycle GXi – stand B23

Gocycle has been making waves in the electric bike industry for over 10 years, going back to their original G1 model. Fast forward to 2020 and the British brand is showcasing their latest innovation at the show – the new fast-folding GXi. With the award-winning features and technology of the popular G3 model, the GXi comes with an upgraded 375Wh battery, electronic Predictive Shifting which cleverly shifts automatically when you slow down and a LED daytime running light (DRL) – all in a clean, seamless, cable-free, aesthetically pleasing design reminiscent of Gocycle.

Ridgeback Arcus 2.0 – stand E5

The versatile second generation Ridgeback Arcus is built around a sturdy, aluminium lightweight frame paired with a 63mm travel suspension fork ensuring a comfortable ride over varied terrain, meaning you can take the off-road footpath on your commute. Equipped with a bottom bracket mounted Sportdrive MD250S drive unit offering 250w of power assist, the Arcus 2 comes complete with full length mudguards, pannier rack and lights to make a true modern urban utility bike.

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Ridgeback Arcus

Canyon Roadlite:ON AL 8.0 -stand D9

Canyon’s commuter range has always impressed and turned heads, and their latest electric model – the Roadlite:ON – is no different. Falling into Canyon’s fitness category, but easily adept at handling the city streets, the flat-bar Roadline is built on an aluminium frame with an integrated Fazua Evation electric drive system boasting three power settings for an added 125, 250 or 400W at the push of a button. 

Complementing an impressive build is Shimano’s new 12-speed XT groupset, hydraulic disc brakes and a one-piece carbon cockpit.

Quella Imperial – stand A19

This British brand is known for their stripped down, uncluttered styling and classic steel frames, but they’ve now entered the world of electric with their latest bike – ‘Quella Kinetic’. The model maintains all its inherent qualities whilst delivering a 250 watt pedal-assist motor within a sleek Zehus Generation II rear hub. This unique hub comprises the battery and the motor in a single chrome-finished unit without the need for any cabling or bulky external battery pack, at first glance the silhouette is barely distinguishable from Quella’s trademark look but a closer look reveals the smart rear hub that hides a powerful secret.

Canyon Roadlite_ON Lifestyle
Quella Electric

THE EVANS CYCLE LONDON E-BIKE FESTIVAL POSTPONED

It is with great regret that Upper Street Events has taken the decision that, as a result of the evolving Covid-19 situation, it is no longer possible for us to hold The Evans Cycle London e-Bike Festival 2020 (2 – 3 May, Battersea Evolution).

We have been following UK Government guidelines and advice from Public Health England and other organisations as the situation has evolved and, given the latest announcements with regards to mass gatherings, it is now with much sadness that we have taken the decision that we will need to postpone the event. The safety and wellbeing of our staff, exhibitors, visitors, partners and contractors is of the upmost importance to us, and the protection and prevention of harm to all involved is vital.

We are currently working with Battersea Evolution to look at options to reschedule The Evans Cycle London e-Bike Festival to a later date.

Ticket holders, exhibitors and sponsors will be contacted directly within the next 14 days with regards to transferring bookings or refunds as required.

We are sincerely sorry that we have had to take this incredibly difficult course of action and thank you for bearing with us at this uncertain time.

Please take care and we hope to see you later this year.