The Zipper Z6 electric bike gives you the best of both worlds–top-notch performance and long service life. It comes factory equipped with an industry-leading Shimano 21 speed gearbox, which allows you to select and ride at your desired speed. In terms of comfort, the Z6 electric bike doesn’t disappoint with an adjustable suspension mated with a plush padded seat, allowing you to ride without feeling every bump on the road.
- Lockable 36V 9AH lithium-ion battery
- 25 km/h speed/15.5MPH
- 250-watt motor
- Max distance 40km/full charge
- 21-speed Shimano gearbox
- 26-inch wheels
- 5 kgs weight
- 120 kgs max load
- LCD panel
Speaking of the seat, it features a spring underneath that enhances the overall comfort of each ride. The Z6 electric bike comes with large 26-inch wheels, which collectively provide great grip on the roads. The front wheel of the Z6 electric bike features a quick-release mechanism, which makes it easy to store the bike and for transit.
It not only looks fantastic with its black finish but is also a great choice for daily commutes. The Z6 electric bike rests on a high-quality 18-inch aluminum frame and is fitted with a powerful rear-mounted 250-watt motor. It is powered by a lockable 36V 9AH lithium battery, which is disguised as a drink flask and mounted on the side rail, and locks in place to prevent theft. When fully charged, you can ride the Z6 electric bike for 40 km (24 miles).
The Z6 electric bike features a walk-assist thumb throttle, which when triggered accelerates the speed of the bike up 6 km/h without pedalling. Furthermore, the handle of the bike is equipped with an LCD panel, which allows you to set the bike up according to your needs, and displays a trove of information regarding the bike, trip information, battery life, and speed.
The Z6 electric bike comes with both front and rear wavy drilled brakes, complete with an anodized red hub, and a rear-mounted kickstand to park it easily. The Z6 electric bike can be used in both dry wet weather conditions and comes with mudguards at the front and rear of the bike.