This Fast4ward electric bike by HeroEco offers the very best in E-bike technology, this combined with its modern city design makes it one of the most exciting E-bikes in the market place to date.
Electric bicycles make cycling more inclusive and allow people with low levels of fitness, injuries or those than just don't want to get sweaty on the route to work, to enjoy life on two wheels. They are perfect for hill climbing, combating head winds and building fitness. Electric bicycles can be controlled by either a throttle or a torque sensor that detects how much you peddle and applys power in unison. Electric bicycles need no insurance, no tax, no license and no more maintenance than your normal bicycle.
The class leading Fast4ward Peak that's up for grabs boasts a range of up to 40 miles, can assist you up to 15.5mph and weighs a competitive 21kg. It uses a a 36V 9Ah Panasonic battery and a powerful 250w brushless motor. Perfect for your commute to work!
Enter our competition and win a Peak electric bike!
To be in with a chance of winning a Peak, all you need to do is tell us in no more than 50 words how a Peak electric bike would improve your commute. Maybe you have to tackle a huge hill, or you have a long distance commute. Whatever the reason, the funnier and more inspirational the story the better! Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Peak comp' in the subject line and your answer in the body of the email.
The competition will run from Thursday 30th August to Sunday 30th September 2012. The winner will be picked by the team at Hero Eco and notified by email week commencing 8th October 2012.
Entries after midnight on 30/09/12 will not be accepted. The winner will be picked by the team at Hero Eco and will be notified by email. Entrants email addresses will be passed to HeroEco for marketing purposes, you will be able to opt out of any future marketing from HeroEco should you wish.
For further information about HeroEco please visit www.heroeco.com
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