Corratec E-29ER Cross 2012 57cm Gray Green

May 15, 2018
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As new Corratec E-29ER cross 57cm, hardly used. If you’ve been a member for a while you may recall ElongatedJohn, my Father, who enjoyed the forum and bought the bike in late 2012. Sadly he passed away after a short illness in early 2013. The tyres didn’t even get dirty. It’s been sat indoors ever since.

Shimano Deore gears, bosch battery, Tower Manitou forks, Shimano disc brakes.

Cost £1,600 new, asking £950. Available to collect in Lee-on-Solent or New Malden/London. We also still have original box to post/courier.

Happy Cycling
Michael

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Warwick

Esteemed Pedelecer
Jun 24, 2015
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#2
Hi. I'm assuming the battery is dead?
 

Warwick

Esteemed Pedelecer
Jun 24, 2015
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#4
Bear in mind that a recell would be at least £300, maybe more if it's a higher capacity battery.

Very nice looking bike though.
 

Warwick

Esteemed Pedelecer
Jun 24, 2015
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#6
What charging regime has been undertaken with the battery since it was bought?
 
May 15, 2018
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#7
Dad will have followed the instruction for first 3 months, thereafter it has not been touched. I charged it the other day and it seemed to hold a charge, but as I say, bid on the basis that it has a working battery, if you'd like to bid.
 

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