Brinco S

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  • £4,395.00


Summary

The urbanite.

Designed for urbanites, the Brinco S features road tires and is the line's most comfortable model, thanks to its lower seat height, touring handlebars and comfort-oriented seat, standard.

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Specification
3 Riding Modes:
Sport/ Tour/ Eco

Range:
Sport up to 50km
Tour up to 75km
Eco up to 100km

Motor:
Bushless, Permanent Magnet,
AC Electric on Rear Wheel

Max Power
2kW

Max Speed:
30MPH
Front Brakes:
Hydraulic Disk 203mm
with 4-piston calliper

Rear Brakes:
Hydraulic Disk 203mm
with 2-piston calliper

Front Suspension:
Adjustable Inverted
Fork 150 mm


Rear Suspension:
Adjustable monoshock
150 mm range
Battery Capacity:
1.3kWh

Cells:
Extreme Durability
Lithium-Ion

Charger:
Off Board 8A

Recharge Time:
3 Hours

Chassis:
Endurance Aluminium

Transmission:
9 Gears + Overdrive
Front Wheel:
Touring
Rim: 24"
Tire: 24x2.35"

Rear Wheel:
Touring
Rim: 24"
Tire: 24x2.35"

Seat:
Comfort

Seat Height:
1,011-1,114mm

Handlebars:
Touring 770mm wide
Kickstand:
Side

Mud Guard:
Long Back

Front Lights:
LED 750 Lumen/
200 Lux and
Automatic Sensor


Tail Light:
LED

Weight:
42.3kg

Wheelbase:
1,189mm

Longitude:
1,846mm

Smartphone Connectivity:
Bluetooth, Card GSM SIM

Operating System:
iOS/Android

Certification:
See Below*

Guarantee:
2 years
Power Consumption
Demonstration Video
Press Tests
Manuals
Certification

The Bultaco Brinco RE, C and S are all homologated for road use within the UK. They can be purchased in two formats:

A - as a Ped-elec (EAPC) which is restricted to a maximum speed of 15.5 mph and 250w maximum continuous power, this machine can be used in the same manner as a normal pedal cycle.

B - Speed Ped-elec (moped) which requires the appropriate licence registration, insurance and road tax (currently free on electric vehicles) with a top speed of 45 km p/h.

If you are outside of the UK you will have to make your own enquires to the appropriate body within your own country in order to establish if the moto-bikes are eligible for road use.