Flight Bikes Shaft Drive Creates a Stir in Electric Bikes Globally

September 15, 2013

Flight Bikes announces the Flight Bikes EMB 26-T as the first in a new line of drive train electric bikes.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 15, 2013

Flight Bikes USA is now taking orders on the latest in their line of advanced electric bikes. The chainless EMB 26-T shaft drive electric bike reduces the effort required while pedaling, making the bike a favorite among riders who enjoy long distance excursions.

"We are extremely happy provide the latest in technology with the clean and easy to maintain highly innovative shaft drive electric bike by Flight Bikes,” said Chris Birtch at Flight Bikes USA. "The Flight Bikes EMB 26-T has both style, strength, and an amazing new shaft drive that makes this bike create a stir in the industry."

The lightweight 44 pound Flight electric bicycles combine powerful 250W brushless electric hub motor with an aluminum frame and a drive time of 25 to 40 hours at a speed of up to 18 miles per hour.

The Flight EMB 26-T specifications include:

  • Fork RST single shock SSA6
  • Front wheel brake Disc brake
  • Wheel size 26” x 1.75
  • Rear derailleur Shimano Nexus Inter 8 speed hub with roller brake
  • Shifter Shimano SL‐8S20
  • Battery Li‐ion 24V/9Ah (Panasonic Cell)

The Flight EMB 26-T is available in black and white for ordering and customization at http://flightbike.com.

Flight Bikes USA has a web page dedicated to accepting dealer applications at: http://www.flightbike.com/dealer-application.html.

About Flight Bikes USA

Flight bicycles combine a first-class bike with a powerful electric motor to give you the best possible ride, based in Phoenix, AZ. Flight Bikes USA is currently accepting applications for authorized retailers and drop ship dealers throughout the U.S. Bikes can also be purchased directly from Flight Bikes USA at http://flightbike.com.

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Source: prweb

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