Mission Cycles E-Mission Electric Tricycle


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Mission Cycles E-Mission Electric Tricycle

£1,700.00
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A low step-over design, enabling easy on and off access. An environmentally friendly mode of transport!

Mission Cycles E-Mission Electric Tricycle

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Details

The Mission e-Trike designed for the Dutch market! Originally sold in Holland where e-bikes are very popular, Mission bought the E-mission tricycle to the UK! Their E-mission electric trike has a low step over frame enabling easy on and off access and the cables have been hidden inside of the frame. The ‘pedal-assist’ function works exceptionally well – the motor starts when pedalling begins. The E-mission provides a safe, comfortable ride with an adjustable speed up to 15mph – the legal limit. One charge will cover a distance of around 20 miles on level ground on the highest setting, further on lower settings.

Features:

  • 7 Speed Derailleur 
  • Shimano gears
  • Parking brakes
  • 250 Watt brushless motor
  • Samsung 36V 10.4AH Lithium removable battery – guaranteed for 1,000 charges
  • Range: approx 20 miles on highest setting, further on lower settings 
  • 6 Variable speed settings (top speed 15mph – the legal limit)
  • LCD Display shows battery level / assistance level / speed / trip 
  • Pedal assist crank sensor Easy access charge point Charge time 4-6 hours (from flat)
  • Compact charger and carry case Large rear basket
  • 12 months warranty 
  • Inside leg measurement: 70cm to 86.5cm 
  • Size: 1950 x 810 x 1150mm 
  • Step over height: 8
  • Weight: 41kg
  • Weight limit: 120kg including rider

Important Delivery Info:

FREE E-BIKE DELIVERY UP TO A RADIUS OF 50 MILES FROM PO18 8NN. 
For delivery further afield (anywhere within Mainland UK only), please call for more information. Please allow up to 7 days for delivery.

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