ET.Cycle F720

$1,299.00 $1,599.00

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FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING

Once your order is placed, you will receive a confirmation email letting you know that our team has received your order. Once your order is fulfilled, you will receive an email notification with your tracking information. Shipping fees are non-refundable in the case of returns.

The 500W contrinuous Das-Kit motor and 20”x 4” anti-puncture CST fat tires will keep you rolling whether the ground beneath you is sand, asphalt, dirt, or even snow. The F-series’ folding mechanism allows for easy transport and convenient storage.Take it anywhere, store it anywhere. The next-gen electric bike for next-gen riders.Your road is up to you!

LIGHT UP YOUR RIDE

The F720 comes with a headlight that can be toggled through the Das-Kit display. Not only will you be able to keep the road in front of you lit-up, but you’ll be easy to spot, keeping you safer than ever on the road or on the trails!

DAS-KIT motor

German engineering at its best, the Das-Kit X15 a geared hub motor that gives you the power and control you need, with a peak torque rating of 60NM at 500 Watts.

CHARGE & GO

With a powerful 720Wh portable battery that can be easily popped off with the turn of a key and charged off bike.  Features an average charge time of 5 – 6 hours.

GIVING YOU THE POWER

Getting full control of your rides through the backlit Das-Kit C7 display, you can monitor the full stats on the speed, distance and battery so you know just how far you’ve traveled and how much longer you can ride!

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Customer reviews
So far I haven't used it a lot (less than 100km) but it has been easy to work with, I love the display unit and the way the gears work with the elec assist (still working on that!). It is heavy and I doubt I will be folding it much, but it take up little space at my place and all in all, I am more than happy with my purchase.
— James Charles
Have only ridden 40km so far, but already fallen in love with it. ...delightful to ride
— Grant Johnston