If you are a regular commuter looking to make a change to an electric vehicle to make your commute more enjoyable, sustainable and cost-effective, then our range of electric mopeds and scooters will have exactly what you are looking for.
For riders planning to use the bikes for delivery, these practically maintenance free electric mopeds are ideal. Fuel costs are negligible, they can be covered with full aftercare and warranty and supplied with a full range of extras including thermally insulated delivery boxes and other rider safety and comfort accessories.
Our simple “twist & go” electric mopeds are perfect for commuting and delivery and are designed to deal with city traffic and frequent starts and stops. They’re emission free (so free from Congestion Charge), they’re practically maintenance free, and can be charged direct from your ordinary 13 amp home socket.
We also offer the Freed-A moped which is road legal and can be ridden without a licence, helmet or insurance.
Electric motorbikes, mopeds and scooters are far cheaper to run than their petrol equivalents as well as benefiting from a reduced maintenance cost with no oil, clutch cables or fluids to check. In addition, electric mopeds are also tax-free.
The electric mopeds we offer have a removable battery that can be charged from any standard socket through a cable that plugs into the battery directly. The battery weighs just 8.5Kg so is quick and easy to remove, charge and replace. And if you have a socket near where the bike is parked, you can charge from a convenient on board charging plug.
This can depend on the insurance provider you choose, your driving history and the model of moped that you choose.
The X-Tra and Senda are fully road legal electric mopeds and require an accompanying licence. In most cases, a CBT license will suffice, which usually only requires a few hours with a local training centre.
The Freed-A is also road legal but because of its lower power motor and limited speed, it can be ridden without a licence, helmet or insurance.
If you passed your driving test before 1st February 2001 you are automatically entitled to ride a moped without taking a further test. Otherwise, or if you are interested in riding an Electric Scooter, a simple CBT will be needed in addition to a normal provisional licence.
The Freed-A offers a lower speed electric moped but is still road legal and can be ridden with out a licence
Our models can easily be fitted with racks and boxes designed for food delivery or simple storage top boxes.