The GearBerry online shop is now offering a month-long Autumn Super Sale for eBikes from Fafrees and Engwe, where you can save up to $400. Both brands offer a selection of compact bikes with fat tires. In this post you will find the individual offers, details about the discounts and also information about gifts that will be included with the delivery during the promotional period. You can find technical data for the individual eBikes or e-Fatbikes on the linked product pages. Fast and free shipping is carried out in Europe from the GearBerry Shop's EU warehouse.
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Buy Fafree's F20 series e-fat bikes cheaper
GearBerry's Autumn Super Sales offer includes, among other things, the individual models of the Fafrees F20. In addition to the standard model, there are also the Fafrees F20 Pro, the Fafrees F20 Max, the Fafrees F20 Polar and the Fafrees F20 Master with a discount. In addition to the price reduction during the promotional period, you will also get a bicycle bag and a bicycle lock with a total value of over 75 euros for all models - and that as a free gift!
The standard model Fafrees F20 is a folding bike with 20-inch tires that are 3 inches wide. The Fat Tires eBike has a brushless motor with 250W, a range of 80 km, a load capacity of up to 140 kg and, in addition to the saddle, a second seat or padded luggage rack. Both are covered with artificial leather. An LCD display on the handlebar shows the current speed, the battery charge status and other information that is useful when using the eBike. The bike also offers eight gears and two disc brakes. This link takes you to the product page.
- Fafree's F20 Pro: Version with 90 km range and revised display
- Fafree's F20 Polar: Version with 115 km range and two separate batteries
Buy Engwe e-fat bikes cheaper in the autumn super sale
The Engwe eBikes offer a different design approach. Instead of the low “women’s bike” frame, they offer a higher basic structure. Some of the models, such as the EP-2 Pro, can also be folded up so that they can be stored more space-saving in the apartment, in the basement, in the trunk of the car and elsewhere. Other models, such as the M20, which has a motorcycle look, cannot be folded. So you need enough space here to park or store it. For both you can use the promotional code GBBike50 to get a further 50 euros discount.
The Engwe EP-2 Pro has a 750W motor and 20-inch tires with a width of 4 inches. According to the manufacturer, this eBike has a range of up to 120 km in Pedal Assist mode. You can travel up to 40 km if you drive entirely using the engine without pedaling. The display of the EP-2 Pro is mounted in the middle of the handlebars. The Engwe M20 eBike can also be ordered with a single or double battery. Each battery has a range of 75 km (Pedal Assist Mode). The eBike has a double headlight at the front. As described above, the design is based on a motorcycle.
To the GearBerry pages of the two bikes:
- Everything about the Engwe EP-2 Pro: Study the product page here
- Everything about the Engwe M20: View and view data here
Fafrees and Engwe in comparison
Disclaimer: Observe the specifications for maximum power and speed
The eBikes presented and the other e-bikes in the linked shop are designed for the international market. If you want to ride a motorized bicycle in Germany, you have to adhere to certain regulations and laws. EBikes and Pedelecs are only allowed to have a motor with a rated continuous output of 250 watts and a maximum speed of 25 km/h. The starting aid (use of the engine without pedaling) may be a maximum of 6 km/h. A CE marking is also required. S-Pedelecs, i.e. sports eBikes with a maximum speed of up to 45 km/h, are mopeds and must be registered.
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