Cytronex electric bike races bicycle pro Russell Downing on the Gadget Show

Cytronex electric bike races bicycle pro Russell Downing on the Gadget Show

Cytronex electric bike demonstrated on a tough hill-climb to neutralise pro cyclist Russell Downing. The Cytronex electric power technology subtly fitted to a super-light Canondale race bike flatten the hill and empowers the average cyclist to extend range and overcome steep challenges.

Readers Comments (16)

  1. That’s what I call light for a battery.
    wish I had that on my bike sometimes..

  2. If that hub motor came in black, this bike would super-stealth. I’d like to see this race again with at least a 500w motor.

  3. dead right !

  4. DestroyTheseWalls January 7, 2021 @ 11:04 pm

    Lol they gave him the worst possible opponent and he STILL lost lol

  5. lol, this guys is funny.

  6. 14mph! More like 24! Especially the pros.

  7. why is uk suck a kill joy in US its like 700w in good old uk 200w and no throttle wtf harm can you do on a bicycle wankers why is uk always so fucking gay intent on making everything miserable. I lost my driving license that was clean for 11 years for undertaking wankers going 40 in the overtaking lane of a dual carrigeway and now I cant even get a fast bicycle tossers, meanwhile mug a granny and you get a slap on the wrist

  8. That’s their average speed, including downhills.

  9. He makes a good point. This is why I ordered my e-bike parts from the states. The 15 mph restriction is an utter nonsense, it should be at least 20mph/350w MINIMUM. Not to mention the fact that there’s nothing illegal about using 1kw of motor power on private property as long as you have permission, and with our restrictions it’s hard to buy such a bike in the country.

  10. will sketches music January 7, 2021 @ 11:24 pm

    I love this!

  11. DavidTheScientist January 7, 2021 @ 11:27 pm

    Because then you’d need a license. As far as I know, there’s nothing stopping you getting an electric scooter. Because in the UK there are a reasonable number of people who ride bicycles for commutes, clearly the public (yes, people WALK in this country) would not want people riding such heavy machines at high speeds in pedestrian areas. We don’t want any legislation that would RESTRICT the freedom to ride a normal bicycle. FYI, 60 lbs = < 30kg.

  12. plus weight is overrated. The battery weight is gonna be less than 5% of the total weight on the bike once I’m seated on it 馃槢 On the flat there will be no difference. Uphills will be infinitesimally more difficult – but mitigated by the motor, obviously, and downhill freewheeling will be a tad faster.

  13. Too big and bulky? Nah. Lead acid are, for sure, but LiPo have much better density – 48v/10 ah I ordered can fit inside a typical Topeak pannier bag and weighs about 4 kilograms. It can drive motors up to around 550w with ease.

    The range will be reasonable for my needs – with pedalling easily around 20-30 miles depending on how much I pedal.

  14. Mesopotamia Sumerian January 7, 2021 @ 11:34 pm

    anytime you want a tug of war russel I will show you the meaning of torque

  15. Oh, as an ebike rider here in the States, I’d love to ride in Europe with their SILLY 250watt/15mph limit….NOT.

    It’s just so much more enjoyable with 1,000 watts of optional juice, to ride up that same hill going 25mph (40kmh) on a bike weighing 60+ lbs (132 kg).

    Why do you tolerate such restrictions on freedom?

  16. if he was using a higher cadence aka lower gear he would have done better.

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