Light, fast e-bikes from Cytronex
A Cytronex electric bicycle looks and handles like the same bicycle without power assistance. The battery looks exactly like a water bottle, the electric hub motor is about the same size as a bicycle dynamo and there is no mess of cables and switches. Yet press the Boost button at the bottom of a hill and other cyclists will disappear into the background. Weighing as little as 12.9Kg for the Cytronex Powered Cannondale Super Six electric bicycle and having a front hub motor with the power of an additional rider, Cytronex silently flattens hills and cruises through headwinds.
A Cytronex electric bike is the ultimate commuter bicycle - the fastest on the road and also the lightest full size e-bike. What's more Cytronex is a British design and is assembled in Winchester, UK. The launch of the retro fit Cytronex C1 electric bike conversion kit is scheduled for 2013.
The lightest touch on the rear brake will stop the Cytronex Electric Power Assistance instantly. And because Cytronex electric bicycles are designed for personal transport day or night, every Cytronex water bottle battery has a high efficiency switching regulator which maintains optimum stable power to the ultra bright Busch & Muller electric LED bicycle lights. Cytronex is designed with reserve power for lights so when your assistance runs out there is a significant reserve of power for bicycle light to get you home safely.
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2013 Charge Grater now in stock - 16Kg and only £1,345!
Brand new for 2013, the Cytronex electric powered Charge Grater is a simple, affordable and stylish urban electric bicycle, weighing in at just 16Kg fully equipped. Lightweight aluminium for the frame and supple, smooth chromoly for the fork coupled with our lightweight Cytronex electric powered assistance makes the Grater an ideal bicycle for commuting.
Cytronex customers are often commuters who cover a serious mileage and need their electric bicycles well maintained. As we build our Cytronex electric powered bicycles on site we have a workshop which is extremely well equipped and all work is carried out by our Cytech qualified mechanics. We also provide high quality servicing for unassisted bicycles too.
The Headshock suspension version of the Cytronex Electric Powered Cannondale Bad Boy for the same price as the Rigid version – SAVE £300!
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Merida Speeder 2013 range now in stock
The first 2013 electric bicycles are now in stock and we have added 3 models from the Merida Speeder range – fast, lightweight electric commuter bikes with a high specifications and excellent value for money
View our current electric bike range here.
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With their larger profile tyres and suspension forks the electric GT Transeo 1 and Transeo 4 both proved very popular in 2012 and the new 2013 electric models will be arriving very soon. So if you are looking for a high level of comfort these versatile electric hybrid bikes are definitely worth a test ride.
See the entire range of Cytronex powered electric bicycles here.
Leon gets to cycle like a pro in an uphill climb against professional road cyclist Scott Thwaites of the Edura Racing Team. The electric bicycle featured is the Cytronex Electric Powered Cannondale Headshock.
Cytronex featured again at Eurobike 2012. If you were lucky enough to visit the world's largest bicycle show near the shores of Lake Constance at Friedrichshafen you might have seen us showing a range of Cannondale and GT electric powered bicycles.
Last year, senior ebike engineers from Bosch, Shimano and SRAM all visited our stand at Eurobike to test ride the renowned Cytronex electric system and quiz designer, Mark Searles, about the forthcoming Cytronex C1 electric bicycle kit.
|At an incredible 13.6Kg including the bottle battery, the Cytronex Electric Powered Cannondale Capo is the world's lightest electric bicycle, after only the Cytronex Powered Cannondale Super Six. The light weight allows an excellent power to weight ratio and makes it the ideal fast commuter bicycle for use in towns and cities. There is only one button to think about and no gears so you can concentrate on the road whilst Cytronex senses your speed and provides power to match for fast acceleration and excellent range. To see the review by Wired Magazine click here, full review also available from A to B – click here for details. Electric bicycles never looked so good.|
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Cytronex races top cyclist on Channel 5's The Gadget Show
A special episode of the Gadget Show broadcast with a "beat the pro" challenge where presenter Ortis Deley races professional cyclist Russell Downing (winner of the Tour of Ireland) on a Cytronex electric bike.
A brand new model was launched for the occasion, the world's lightest electric bike - the Cytronex Powered Cannondale Super Six Ultegra, a carbon framed bike using the legendary Cannondale Super Six frame. Click on the image below to see how he got on in the gruelling 2 mile uphill race on Holme Moss, one of the countries toughest hill climbs. Watch video...
|The December '09 issue of Wired Magazine features a comparison of 4 electric bikes, with the Cytronex Powered Cannondale Capo pedelec being compared to the new Wisper 906, Urban Mover UM36X and Infineum Extreme. The Cytronex Capo was rated highest ("Excellent" - 8/10) and led the field in both acceleration and top speed even though it is a single speed bicycle! You can see the review by clicking here (PDF 2.32Mb).|
In August Southern Daily Echo reporter Peter Law tested the Cytronex Electric Powered Cannondale Synapse and the Cytronex Electric Powered Genesis Day One electric bikes and wrote "Going up hills is absolute doddle, even on a single speed bike, and I barely broke out in a sweat as I tackled the hilly terrain of Winchester". You can read the full Daily Echo review and see a video of his test ride here.
News of the lightest full size ebike in the world is spreading fast. The Cytronex Powered Cannondale Capo, weighing 13.6Kg, appeared on the front page of 3 UK cycle websites: Road.cc, BikeBiz and BikeRadar.
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BBC Radio Solent broadcast a feature on Cytronex by Nadine Dukeson. She test rode the Cytronex Powered Ridgback Cyclone, commenting that she felt like she was flying! Click the play button above to listen to the broadcast, or download it to your computer.
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Cytronex Electric Bike on BBC 1
Cytronex appeared on BBC1 in 2012 when Mark Searles was interviewed for a story about interest rates.