Power Your Ride with the Silent Force Electric Bike

Are you looking to add longer distances to your cycling route with a bit less effort? Or does the thought of a sweaty bike commute leave you cold? If you think your conventional bike ride could do with a little extra power, why not try the Silent Force Electric Bike?

An electric push bike is the perfect answer for anyone looking to get a bit more pedal power on their daily bike ride. It’s also a great option if you’re new to cycling and want to make a gentle start to this high energy activity.

The Silent Force packs a punch – main features

With a high capacity Lithium battery and 36V motor, the Silent Force will help you hit faster speeds with minimal effort. Cruise through traffic or get an added boost on hills with an assisted speed of 25kmph.  Of course if you’re serious about working out those calf muscles, you’ve also got the option of accelerating to higher speeds by pedalling.

The Silent Force Electric Bike is all about ease of use with a low step frame for easy dismounting. You’ll also be able to ride it for up to 100km on a single charge.

When it comes to safety and your electric bike, Silent Force has it covered.  With flashing LED lights studded into its pedals, you’ll be able to alert other road users of your presence.  And if leaving your electric bike parked out in the open makes you nervous, the lock-protected removable battery should put your mind at ease.

An affordable electric bike 

Electric bike

You’ll be surprised that these state-of-the-art features don’t cost the earth. The Silent Force Electric Bike is available at a great value cost of £499.99; a fantastic price when compared to some of the other electric bikes on the market.



Order your Silent Force Bike now for free delivery.

Cycling safety tips

Excited about getting on your Silent Force but worried about staying safe on the road? Cycling safely is all about being aware of your surroundings while enjoying the open road. Try this basic advice when you’re out cycling the next time for a fun and safe ride.

 Be seen

You’re more likely to be safe if you’re easy to spot on the road. Make sure you get your high visibility gear out before any bike ride. With the Silent Force, you’ve also got the added feature of LED pedals to ensure high visibility.

Strap on your helmet

Protect yourself from injuries with a good quality helmet. Make sure that the helmet is on the same level as your head and that the strap is snug.

Make eye contact

Try to look passing motorists in the eye so you’re sure they have seen you and are aware of your movements.

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  • Scoobie

    After 3 months of ownership this is my review of the ebike purchased from ‘The Range’

    I had been looking at e-bikes for a few years now and when I saw this it
    appeared to be a bargain, especially as it is sold at far more in
    Belgium and Holland, but after 2-3 months of ownership I think that is
    because they are marketed over there by bike shops who prepare the unit
    rather what you will get which is the raw bike from the factory.

    Other good thing is that the motor and battery are guaranteed for 2 years!

    Be aware that this is a Dutch design bike where the front brake is on
    the handlebar and the rear brake is by pedaling backwards – if you have
    never ridden a bike like this before it takes a little getting used to.

    The problems I had –

    Manual is poor as it will mention things to check and adjust but doesn’t give specifics – e.g. tyre pressures.

    Front brakes were miles out and were fouled by the front light bracket
    which broke when I tried to move it – I have since removed the lights
    and replaced them with battery operated devices as the generator caused
    too much drag.

    Loud clicking noise whilst pedaling – this was found to be a loose
    bottom bracket that I had to buy a special tool to tighten, to access it
    I had to remove one of the cranks and found that this was also loose
    due to the plastic film being left in place when it was built.

    The 3 speed gears were also out of alignment so using a guide off the Internet I got them working properly.

    When this was done I went out for a ride of about 4 miles but ended up
    pushing it back the last mile as the chain had fallen off (note the
    motor will not work unless you are pedaling). Unfortunately the chain is
    enclosed and you need at least a screwdriver to get to it plus other
    tools to adjust it (it was way too loose).

    I then replaced the pedals as the ones supplied that have tiny
    generators inside to illuminate leds are a clever idea but too much

    First 2 punctures were in front tyre and when I inspected it the inner
    tube appeared to be poor quality so I replaced that (not an easy job due
    to the motor wiring), next puncture was rear tyre and my fault I did
    not have enough tools to repair it so I had to push the bike back 6
    miles (and its not a lightweight bike!).

    When I inspected the tyre I noticed it was tiny bits of glass causing the puncture and the tyres are very thin.

    So I invested in 2 kevlar banded tyres and good inner tubes and have not had a puncture since.

    The only other thing is that even after tightening all the bolts (many
    were loose) on the frame etc, they continue to work loose and I have
    lost one holding the rear pannier in place and very nearly lost the kick
    stand, so I may end up stripping it and rebuilding using loktite.

    One other thing is that the power meter is pretty useless as it will
    show 5 bars when the battery is full but after 4 bars the battery can
    then die without warning.

    So all in all I am happy with my purchase (especially as I bought it via
    the CTW scheme) but could have been a lot happier if the bike had been
    built better but fortunately I was able to do this work myself.

    So if you are not DIY minded then I would suggest factoring in the price
    for a bike shop to assemble and adjust it correctly and replace the
    pedals, lights and tyres/inner tubes.

    ‘Good but don’t expect to use it straight

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