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£1,599.99

Wisper 705 Torque

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The Iconic Wisper brand has been synonymous with high quality, innovative electric bikes for over a decade, Wisper was one of the first British designed electric bikes to be sold in the UK. We service and hold spare parts for most of the bikes we have ever built and have customers still riding their Wispers after a decade of service.

Wisper electric bikes have the reputation of being slightly ahead of the pack utilising the very latest in electric bike technology.

The 705Torque offers fantastic value for money with a choice of battery capacities

  • Hand built 18" aluminium frame which comes with 10-year warranty
  • Tektro disc brakes for confident all weather stopping power

The Wisper 705Torque is a refined and well engineered bike, very stable and safe to ride with a low step through frame.

It's oversize down tube gives the bike a sturdy, solid feel, perfect for men and women. An ideal bike for commuting our days in the country. The very clever and sensitive torque sensor measures the amount of pressure a rider puts onto the pedals and depending on the power setting, either very gently or eagerly assists.

Model Details

Colour: Matte Titanium
MPN: 112705MT
Year: 2016/17
Weight: 24kg (375Wh) or 25kg (575Wh)

eBike Features

Motor High efficiency, 250W ultra hi torque brushless rear wheel drive
Controller Sine wave controller for almost silent running
Battery

Choice to two lithium batteries with advanced battery management systems.

  • Medium range 375Wh battery (comes as standard)
  • Long range 575Wh SAMSUNG battery and deep sleep mode, this mode retains the battery charge for upto six months of non-use

Both batteries share identical cases and can be interchanged.

Max Range 375Wh: Average 50miles/80km / Max 70 miles/115km
575Wh: Average 70miles/115km / Max 100 miles/150km
Max Weight 135kg/290lb/20st 9lb
Charge Time 375Wh: 2 to 4 hours
575Wh: 2.5 to 5 hours
Drive Speed 25km/h (15.5 mph)
Display Back lit LCD display panel with bike and light on/off switch Power assistance: four levels and safe mode Speedo, Range, Trip, Battery state, Clock

Component Specifications

Frame Hand welded, 6061 Alloy T4 and T6 tempered
Fork Light weight alloy blade forks
Shock N/A
Rims Double Wall Alloy
Hubs Alloy hub
Spokes 13g anodised
Tyres Kenda 1088, Puncture Resistance with Kevlar (26 × 1.75")
Shifters Shimano SIS
Front Mech N/A
Rear Mech Shimano Acera (8-Speed)
Crankarms Anodised Black Alloy, 170mm
Chainrings

52T w/ Chainguard

Bottom Bracket Sealed bearing with torque sensor
Cassette Sunrace (8-Speed)
Chain KMC Z51RB (Rust Resistant)
Pedals Wellgo city and touring style
Saddle Selle Royal eBike
Seatpost Promax 350mm black anodised aluminium
Bars Promax black anodised alloy with ergo support grips
Stem

Promax black anodised alloy quick release adjustable

Brake Levers Tektro Comfort Levers
Brake Set Tektro Vented Disc Brakes, 180/160mm Rotors

Extras: Anodised alloy kickstand, polycarbonate shatterproof mudguards and 15W LED Safety Lights (Power from onboard battery)

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So, an e-bike looked to suit me and research started. Round and round I went from Giant main dealer, 'how much?' to all who stocked e-bikes locally. Upshot, mail order buying blind from somewhere well north of civilisation which was not attractive to me but seemed the only solution within my budget.

 

Sensing my frustration Boss and Google to the rescue. 20 miles or so away the e-bike Centre popped up and off we went on a sunny morning. I'm not going into verse and chapter about our visit but here are the main points. 1. I had never seen such a variety of e-bikes. 2 Steve listens and offers sound advice. 3 I now own a Giant full sus e-bike monster for a small bit over my budget. 4. Small changes I wanted took an hour whilst we had lunch at the local marina, no problem. 5. Coffee and a smile is order of the day.

 

To sum up, if you are considering an e-bike or wanting one first stop The e-bike Centre is the place to go. End of.

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