Bosch Software Update
"If you want to keep your eBike and on-board computer up-to-date at all times you should perform regular software updates. This is the only way to make use of the continuously enhanced smart functions, up-to-date maps and new and improved features. Your specialist dealer will be pleased to advise you in relation to the software update. Bring your eBike up to date and use the full range of functions for the best eBiking experience."
Does your e-bike feel a bit sluggish? Is your bike feeling out of it? or Do you just want to keep your e-bike running smoothly?
Then this service will be what you are after, to keep your bike on the road or off it (depending on your type of e-bike).
This is the basic service and will cover making sure your bike keeps going.
Get a full detailed report on your bike, showing what your bike is running, how much life you've got left in your battery, etc... Useful if you want to sell your bike on ,are just interested how your e-bike is fairing or if there is a problem with your bike.
In-Depth E-Bike Service
If the e-bike service doen't feel like enough to get your bike back on the road; then you'll be looking at our 'In-Depth E-bike Service'. This is for those e-bikes that have had a hard life, or that need a lot of work doing to them.
For when the motor stops helping you and starts hindering you. The Motor Installation is there to help put the power back in your pedaling.
Your battery on its last legs? or are you looking for that bit of extra range? Either way we can help you. With our 'Battery Installation' service we can help you get the power back into your 'powered' bike.
Display Screen Installation
You seeing red? or Maybe just squiggly lines?? Then we have you covered with our 'Display Screen Installation' service. We will have you seeing what your doing again in no time.
Feeling a bit in the dark? Keeping riding into potholes at night? Then you might be looking for a light in the dark. We can help with installing your 'path' to a better future.
UK LAW ON ELECTRIC ASSISTED PEDAL CYCLES (EAPC)
You can ride an electric bike in England, Scotland and Wales if you’re 14 or over, as long as it meets certain requirements.
These electric bikes are known as ‘electrically assisted pedal cycles’ (EAPCs). You do not need a licence to ride one and it does not need to be registered, taxed or insured.
Any electric bike that does not meet the EAPC rules is classed as a motorcycle or moped and needs to be registered and taxed. You’ll need a driving licence to ride one and you must wear a crash helmet.
What counts as an EAPC
An EAPC must have pedals that can be used to propel it.
It must show either:
the power output
the manufacturer of the motor
It must also show either:
the battery’s voltage
the maximum speed of the bike
Its electric motor:
must have a maximum power output of 250 watts
should not be able to propel the bike when it’s travelling more than 15.5mph
An EAPC can have more than 2 wheels (for example, a tricycle).
The bike must also be type approved if either:
it does not meet the EAPC rules
it can be propelled without pedalling (a ‘twist and go’ EAPC)
This should have been done by the manufacturer or importer before you bought it. If it’s been type approved, it will have a plate showing its type approval number.
(Sourced from: https://www.gov.uk/electric-bike-rules)