GOCYCLE FOLDING ELECTRIC BIKES
A JOY TO OWN AND RIDE
They say you can’t re-invent the wheel or improve the design of the bicycle. Gocycle did both.
Gocycle folding bikes are perfectly designed for modern living. Weighing only 36.4lbs, Gocycle has perfect fore-aft weight distribution with sports car-like handling. The low center of gravity makes the bike agile and responsive to ride, and easy to lift and maneuver around town and at home. The streamlined chassis and PitstopWheels® make cleaning Gocycle fast and easy. No exposed oily chain, gears, or sprockets. No mess.
Gocycle can be stored or taken anywhere.
Gocycles pack away neatly for storage in tight city living spaces, boats, or motor-homes. They are also easy to take on public transport and can be stored neatly at the office. Choose either the fast folding GX model or the compact GS and G3 models.
Gocycle's patented quick-detach Pitstopwheels make folding down these bikes easy. The side mounted design not only looks great but makes it quick and easy to remove the wheels and make fixing a flat tire a no-sweat deal.
The Geometry & Battery
Gocycle has the same contact points as a large-wheel bike. The Vgonomic™-designed seat-post, frame geometry, and adjustable handlebars provide superior comfort levels for riders. A lightweight and durable magnesium frame houses a powerful lithium battery pack with a range of up to 50 miles (65-80 km) with a 4-7 hour charge time.
Gocycles come with ergonomic and comfortable grips mated to a 3-speed mechanical twist shifter. Cables are elegantly routed through the frame. All the information the rider needs is presented in a streamlined, simple LED display.
Powerful Electric Motor
Gocycles feature a front-hub motor that runs separately from the pedaled drive train. In conventional bicycles, central or rear hub drives unbalance the bike, over-burden the transmission, and leave you in the wrong gear. With Gocycles two-wheel drive system, the bike is well balanced and properly powered. Gocycle’s predictive electronic gear shift ensures that you are never in the wrong gear–the front hub drive can never be.