Who makes Emu bikes?
Emu bikes are made by the Emu Bike Company Ltd. The Emu range of bicycles is designed and styled in the UK and the business began in the early days of battery-assisted cycling in 2014. Supported by Delbanco Meyer, the overall group has 80+ years of innovation experience. If you are looking for a British brand then Emu's bikes should be in your crosshairs.
Are Emu Bikes any good?
Obvious question to ask. If you are about to fork out good money for a bike from someone such as Emu, you want to make sure it's more than just right for you, but amongst the best in class too.
Emu bikes have been picked up by T3 one of the leading online technology review sites to name a few. While they aren't scoring 10/10s they do get a solid 70% score in most Emu bike reviews. This makes them a dependable brand at a price level that is more affordable than most.
What type of bikes does Emu make?
Other than the obvious, being electric bikes, Emu focuses on the 'step-through bike' style. Which is ideal for those commuting or anyone with impaired mobility. Having the lower central bar makes it easier to get on the saddle.
What comes with an Emu Bike?
With Emu bikes, you can expect to receive a 2-year warranty, free insurance as well as a bike with a longer than conventional range, and a number that comes with mobile phone charging ports too. This means when you take your Emu e-bike out exploring, you can keep your Google maps on full charge too.
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