Black Friday may still not be quite as big as over the pond with our American cousins, but that doesn’t mean that electric bike brands in the UK haven’t jumped on board. With the growth of electric mobility in the UK, we’re seeing more offers than ever before – and some represent really good value. We’ve rounded up some of the best e-bike and e-moped offers and will add any others we spot in the coming days.
Black Friday e-bike deals
- Gocycle - Up to £800 off | Find on Gocycle.com
- Tenways – €400 off | Find on Tenways.com
- Ado Air - £280 off and free gift | Find on Adoebike.com
- Ampler – Up to 30% off | Find on Amplerbikes.com
- Engwe - Up to £500 off | Find on Engwe-bikes-eu.com
- Eskute - Up to £700 off | Find on Eskute.co.uk
- Vmoto Soco UK - £1,100 off | Find on Supersoco.co.uk
- Eovolt - 20% off | Find on Halfords.com
- Specialized - Up to £1,500 off | Find on Specialized.com
Gocycle’s G4 folding e-bike is a firm favourite here at ebiketips thanks to the comfortable ride, smooth assistance and easy folding mechanism. Gocycle bikes are a premium option, but popular for a reason - they're high-quality. For a limited time (November 1-30 or while stocks last), the British brand has its first ever UK Black Friday event. You’ll find £800 off the G4i and £600 off the G4. To buy the bikes or gather more information, head to their website.
Tenways has regularly impressed us with its urban range thanks to the great value for money they offer. The CGO600, their flat bar urban single-speed model is the pick of their Black Friday deals this year, with customers being offered up to €400 off. At the time of writing, that roughly equates to £350, bringing the price down to £1,199 according to the website. If you’re interested, be quick, as the offer only stands for the first 200 customers from November 8 when it first went live. Visit their website for more details.
We’ve tested the Ado Air urban bikes and both the folding (Ado Air 20) and non-folding (Ado Air 28) varieties impressed us with their value. For Black Friday, the brand is offering money off the Air collection by using the code TIPS – exclusive to ebiketips readers (lucky you!). That code will get you £280 off the Air 20 or £180 off the Air 28. On top of that, Ado is giving away gifts as part of any Black Friday purchase, namely a magnet buckle and battery lock on the Air 20, and a front basket on the Air 28. Learn more by heading to their website, or read our reviews of the Ado Air 20 and Ado Air 28.
Classy bikes and lightweight frames are among Ampler’s selling points. We most recently tried out the Ampler Curt, a gravel-styled e-bike that also doubles as a city runaround. Our reviewer felt the battery range was decent and the overall appearance was quite sleek. This Black Friday, they’re offering up to 30% off their e-bike models until December 20. Instead of individual model discounts, however, they’re offering a blanket discount of 20% off one bike, 25% off when buying two, and 30% when buying three or more. Whether you have deep enough pockets or a big enough garage to fully take advantage of this is up to you, but for more information head to their website.
Engwe are a cheap and cheerful e-bike brand, with beefed up folders and unique looking off-road bikes part of their repertoire. We reviewed their Engine X folder earlier this year, and felt that although it hit a price point, there were compromises made. However, if a budget e-bike is on your Black Friday list then they are offering up to £500 off their entire range from November 1-30. Head to their website to find out more.
Another budget e-bike brand, Eskute are piling on the offers for this year’s Black Friday event. The Netuno, an electric hardtail, has been reduced by £700 in its Pro model, with £500 off the Netuno and Netuno Plus models. We reviewed the Netuno last year and were wary of the single frame size, but felt that for the price it had potential. Eskute are also offering £440 off their electric hybrid Polluno model - but that’s not all. If you purchase an e-bike between November 4-30, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a 522Wh battery worth £379. For more information, head to their website.
And if pedalling is not your style, we’ve found an offer from VMOTO Soco, the electric moped/motorbike brand. After announcing VMOTO’s takeover of the Super Soco brand earlier this ear, they’re offering £1,100 off their CPx dual battery model for Black Friday. Usually priced at £4,299, you can now buy the Cpx dual battery model for £3,199. It has a max speed of 56mph, and an estimated range of 87 miles. For more information, head to their website.
Known for their e-folders at not terribly scary prices, Eovolt is having a 20% off sale on all three of its bikes. That's the Morning, Afternoon and Evening. We've reviewed the Eovolt Afternoon and Eovolt Evening, the two larger wheeled bikes, and found them smooth and comfortable to ride. The 20% discount doesn't apply to the Eovolt website, however, just their dealers. This includes Halfords and The Electric Bike Shop.
We're big fans of the Specialized e-bike range, and two of our favourites are currently on offer on the Specialized website. The Turbo Como 3.0 is one such bike, (which you can read our full review on). It's down to under £2,000 from £2,500. They've also got the older Turbo Tero on offer and their e-MTB the Turbo Levo Carbon with £1,500 off. Head to the Specialized website to see their full range of savings.