BF ezi-Step low step-through (370mm) design makes for easy mounting and dismounting of your bike, fitted with adult stabilisers to added balance support - our most versatile bike/trike which behaves just like a tricycle!
Stabilisers are quick release and can be adjusted if rider balance changes over time. Fitted with 20" wheels and tyres suited to a range of surfaces. Cranks can be modified if rider power varies on either side.
Power disable option can be fitted to provide attendant with ability to turn on/off the electric motor remotely. EN15194 compliant.
Quick release mechanism enables removal prior to folding. Central folding reduces the footprint of the bike for putting in the boot of your car or storing at home.
Versatile design for seat and handlebar heights to suit a wide range of rider builds up to 100kg.
Stabilisers can be removed during transport or removed if rider balance improves in future, when the bike then operates as the BF ezi-Step.
NOTE: GENERAL MAINTENANCE IS ALWAYS REQUIRED FOR BIKES AND TRIKES. With the BF ezi-Step 2+2, we recommend regularly tightening the nut holding the stabilisers as these may become loose over time. Please check with your local bike mechanic or call our store if you would like further guidance on this and other general preventative maintenance requirements.
|Wheel size||20 inch|
|Rim||Single walled alloy|
|Tyres||20” x 1.75" puncture resistant Kenda|
|Gearing||Shimano Nexus internal 3-speed|
|Front brakes||Promax V-brakes|
|Rear brakes||Shimano Roller|
|Motor||Brushless 250W front hub|
|Battery||36V 10.4Ah Samsung Li-ion|
|Display||LCD with trip meter, odometer and walking start|
|Charge time||4-5 hrs|
|Avg distance||50+ km|
|Weight including battery||19.5kg|
|Weight excluding battery||17kg|
|Maximum load||100kg (trainer wheel restrictions)|
Step-over height 37.5cm
On-bike accessories included
Packaged accessories included
Other accessories you may be interested in (extra cost)
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