Welcome to evolution eBikes, a shop within a shop. We're centrally located just north of the CBD on Beaufort Street, around a 10 minute from the Perth train station. With the trains station not far away, a bus stop out the door, ample parking out back, and a huge car park right next door (first hour free - don't forget to get a ticket!) there's multiple ways to get to our fantastic store. And of course, you can always ride!
We believe we have one of the most extensive ranges of quality e-Bikes in the whole of Perth, with a huge amount of floor stock to drool over - around 200sqm of our floor space is dedicated purely to e-bikes. We stock a diverse variety and styles of e-bike. Comfortable city cruisers, fully equipped urban machines, super compact e-folding bikes, hill conquering e-road bikes, trail conquering e-dualies and a huge range of car replacing e-cargo bikes. And with bikes prices starting from $1599, we've got everyone covered.
With brands such as Avanti, Cannondale, Merida, Moov8, Moustache, Norco, Orbea, O2Feel, Scott, Tern, Urban Arrow, Velectrix we're sure we've got just the right steed for you!
Electric bikes are amazing, as anyone who has test ridden one will testify. Giving the freedom and health benefits we all know and love about cycling, with electric assistance as and when required.
Feeling energetic? Conserve the battery and pedal yourself along. Hit a hill and feel like a little assistance? Bionic legs are there at the touch of a button! Don't want to sweat up the Suit or Dress on the way to work? Whack it on the top assist level and gently pedal your way to work, arriving refreshed and invigorated but not flustered and sweaty.
In 2012 Australia adopted the European legislation for electric bikes (EN 15194:2009), often referred to as 'pedelec' or 'pedalassist', as there is a requirement to pedal for the motor to provide assistance. The only throttle option is for a relatively slow 'walk mode'. This allowed Australian consumers access to the wide variety of high quality electric bikes manufactured for the maturing European marketplace, where eBike adoption did, and continues to, lead the world.
The key factors in this Australian adopted European legislation is that the motor must be limited to 250W continuous power output, and any electrical assistance must cut out when the bike speed has reached 25kmh. In order for an eBike to be treated as a bicycle, and hence legal to use on bike paths, principal shared paths and suburban roads without any registration or license requirements, it must be built to these standards. Any eBike exceeding the legislated power or speed limit may only be used in private, off-road environments (i.e. private land).
It's always important to remember that an eBike is still 95% a 'normal' (or 'acoustic'...love that guitar reference) bike, simply with a motor and battery added in to the mix.
Thinking eBikes? Think evolution eBikes.