Award winning Gocycle electric bicycle showing strong sales after Fort Lauderdale and Miami Boat Shows
The lightest-in-class (16kg) electric and portable Gocycle has been developed with a no compromise approach to design by former McLaren Cars engineer Richard Thorpe.Gocycle is stowable and packs away perfectly for transit or storage where space is tight m…
The lightest-in-class (16kg) electric and portable Gocycle has been developed with a no compromise approach to design by former McLaren Cars engineer Richard Thorpe.
Gocycle is stowable and packs away perfectly for transit or storage where space is tight making it ideal for super yachts and pleasure boats. Designed with a low center of gravity, the bike is agile and responsive to ride, and easy to lift and manoeuvre on board.
“Boat owners are used to having folding bikes onboard, but historically, the choice has been limited to cheap, door hinge folding frame type bikes. These products really don’t match the quality, style, and performance of modern pleasure boats and super yachts. Now there is a choice. Not only is Gocycle packed with high tech F1 technology, it’s electric – and portable. No other e-bike has the versatile dynamics of Gocycle,” says Richard Thorpe, Gocycle’s designer.
Gocycle’s streamlined chassis and interchangeable PitstopWheels® make cleaning Gocycle fast and easy. A bespoke micro-electric motor powers the front wheel and pedals power the back to deliver balanced two wheel drive. Gocycle’s predictive electronic gearshift ensures that you are never in the wrong gear, so you can always make a clean getaway.Gocycle’s VgonomicTM designed seat-post and frame geometry offers an automotive inspired adjustable driving position that can fit every rider. Cars come in one size with an adjustable position and so does Gocycle.
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