Ebike conversion companies or people?

Kizza

Pedelecer
Oct 28, 2017
36
0
51
London
#1
Is there any company or person who will convert my bike for me? Obviously for money. Competently.

I'm in Kingston Upon Thames, so anyone in London, or Surrey, or nearby.

Thanks
 

KirstinS

Esteemed Pedelecer
Apr 5, 2011
2,566
105
Brighton
#2
Is there any company or person who will convert my bike for me? Obviously for money. Competently.

I'm in Kingston Upon Thames, so anyone in London, or Surrey, or nearby.

Thanks
Woosh bikes (essex)
Brighton ebikes ( In, er, hove actually!)

Both will sell kits and/or do the job for you (and advise what's suitable for your bike)

Others are available but I've used both of these a good few times and great service from both. Both been around a good while too

Cheers



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Kizza

Pedelecer
Oct 28, 2017
36
0
51
London
#3
Woosh bikes (essex)
Brighton ebikes ( In, er, hove actually!)

Both will sell kits and/or do the job for you (and advise what's suitable for your bike)

Others are available but I've used both of these a good few times and great service from both. Both been around a good while too

Cheers



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Cool, thanks. Will check them out.

If there's anyone closer, even better ☑️
 

KirstinS

Esteemed Pedelecer
Apr 5, 2011
2,566
105
Brighton
#4
Cool, thanks. Will check them out.

If there's anyone closer, even better [emoji3514]
Be a little careful, there are stories on here of those who have gone local rather than established and reputable - to their disadvantage

Other may know good London based companies but worth reading g threads of the Electric Bike Conversion Company who went bust leaving warranties worthless

Don't be penny wise but pound foolish !


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sjpt

Pedelecer
Jun 8, 2018
122
22
#5
I'll second Woosh (as above). Conversion from a kit is pretty easy if you are at all used to doing your own bike mechanics.

There are some pretty reasonable bikes (eg Woosh again, but many others) that may prove easier/better than a conversion.
 

wheeliepete

Esteemed Pedelecer
Feb 28, 2016
751
33
55
Devon/Dorset
#6
Consider doing it yourself if you feel able to, as said, if you do your own bike maintenance, you shouldn't have too much trouble. Take a look at the kits from Woosh, he will offer excellent after sales assistance and support should you need it.
 

Kizza

Pedelecer
Oct 28, 2017
36
0
51
London
#7
Be a little careful, there are stories on here of those who have gone local rather than established and reputable - to their disadvantage

Other may know good London based companies but worth reading g threads of the Electric Bike Conversion Company who went bust leaving warranties worthless

Don't be penny wise but pound foolish !


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V true. Cheers!
 

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