If you’re wondering what might make a good all-rounder womens bike for conversion, it’s hard to go past the Rove 2 Disc (httpss://www.liv-cycling.com/au/bikes-rove).
This well appointed hybrid bike is designed to commute well on the road, and be versatile enough to take on paths and trails.
With SunTour suspension forks, hydraulic disc brakes, Shimano drivetrain and a lightweight ALUXX frame, this bike is both sporty and practical, and a great quality base for an e-bike.
Retailing for $799, we package these up with our Bafang mid-mount Conversion Kits, to give you a quality e-bike, set up the way you want it, for much less than Giant would charge (it’s $4000 upwards for a speed limited 250w Giant e-bike with 11ah battery!).
All REV-bikes come complete with Shift Sensor (to cut power during changing of gears, reducing chain wear), a brake cutout sensor, 5 levels of pedal assistance, and a full colour LCD display.
250w kits are set up to be road-legal, they come without a throttle (pedal assist only), and have the motor speed limited to 25km/h.
500w – 1000w bikes are set up with a thumb throttle on the left side of the handlebars, without any artificial speed limitation (motor will be capable of 40+ km/h).
We also include a bonus Suspension seat-post for comfort, and a double-leg stand for practicality. Rack batteries come with a bonus rack-top bag.
These bikes are available for free pick-up, or delivery across Melbourne metro for $50.