Tilt 500 Electric Assisted Folding Bike - Black

€ 740.00

Designed for combining cycling with other means of transport (lift, bus, car, caravan, etc.) and taking up as little space as possible

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SKU: S145622 (2379507)
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Delivery in 4 to 5 days

Product benefits
  1. Easy transport
    Takes just 15 seconds to unfold and switch from pedestrian to cyclist.
  2. Versatility
    Unlimited adventures thanks to the electric assistance and 6 speeds
  3. Compact design
    Folded L/H/W: 83 x 67 x 45cm. Unfolded L/H/W: 155 x 114 x 60cm
  4. Cycling comfort
    Ergonomic grips and saddle, height-adjustable stem
  5. Lifetime warranty
    B'TWIN offers a lifetime warranty on the frame (excl. hinge), stem and handlebar
  • Weight
    18,4 kg
  • Cyclist height
    1.55 m - 1.90 m
  • Maximum load
    100 kg
  • Battery life
    35 km
  • Battery
    24 V / 7.8 V
  • Motor
    250W brushless motor
Product feature
  1. Motor / battery
    Battery range: 35 km in economy mode / 25 km in normal mode / 20 km in sport mode (indicative information that may vary depending on the tyre pressure, the terrain, the conditions, and the weight of the rider). Battery life: 2 years (350 to 500 charge cycles).250W brushless motor, 24V battery built into frame, 7.8 Ah electric assistance controlled by pedalling sensors. Hibernate mode for periods of prolonged non-use. Motor torque: 26 Nm
  2. Frame
    Aluminium frame with built-in battery. The battery can be charged directly through the frame, or can be removed from its housing to be recharged at home or at work. Frame compatible with the B'TWIN TILT 20-inch pannier rack.
  3. Fork
    Steel fork.
  4. Drivetrain
    6 speeds with Shimano grip shifter. Shimano Tourney 6-speed rear derailleur. 52-tooth chainwheel.
  5. Brakes
    Aluminium V-brake callipers for powerful, progressive braking. Aluminium levers with rubber pads for added comfort. Braking cuts out the electric assistance. Remember: The brake pads on electrically-assisted bikes wear down more quickly than a classic bike due to the weight and power of the motor.
  6. Handlebar / stem / steering
    Fold-down, height-adjustable aluminium stem for added comfort. Quick release with automatic safety lever Semi-raised aluminium handlebars.
  7. Saddle / Seat post
    Anti-theft, anti-rotation aluminium seat post, 34mm diameter.
  8. Tyres / wheels
    Tyres with anti-puncture reinforcement. Size 20 x 1.75. We've developed these tyres using Skinwall technology for lower weight and higher performance.Double-walled rims for greater rigidity. Motor built into the rear wheel for improved steering control.
  9. Accessories / Equipment
    Battery-powered LED lighting at the front and rear with handlebar controls.
  10. Care tips
    Tyres lose pressure over time. This is normal. On average you lose 1 bar per week. Remember to regularly pump up your tyres: Riding with under-inflated tyres noticeably reduces the capacity of your battery, requires more pedalling effort, and increases the risk of punctures. Before performing any work on your electric bike (cleaning, electrical or mechanical maintenance), you must turn off your electric bike and remove the battery
  11. User size and weight
    The geometry of this bike offers optimal comfort for cyclists measuring between 1.45m and 1.85m. This bike meets the requirements of the ISO 4210 standard for a cyclist weighing 100kg.
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Frame (for bike) : 100.0% Aluminium
  2. Storage advice
    B’Twin recommends charging the battery after each ride. If it is flat, charge it as soon as possible. Irreparable damage may occur if the battery remains flat for too long.
  3. Product catchline
    Are you looking for an electric bike that's easy to take with you? The TILT 500 E can be stored in your car boot and is perfect for weekday commutes and weekend rides.
Product reviews
4.09 / 5
176 reviews
154 users recommend this product
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  • Really good

    David (United Kingdom)
    Used for 3 to 6 months
    I use the bike 4 days a week for 9 miles a day, mostly in sport mode but sometimes in normal. After a month the power seems less from the battery but has stayed consistent so maybe I got used to it? I ride main roads, paths, cycle paths and only find the ride rough on potholed roads. I can get 20 miles from the battery and then a little more but my route is quite hilly with a mega hill going up to Stockport station - battery killer but I can go up in 3rd gear now - bike is really good. Can’t really fold and take on the train yet it’s too cumbersome:
  • Good quality

    Mitrofan (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Have been using it already for one month on daily base cycling to work 20miles and didn't disappointed. Battery last two days and charging is quite fast, around 4 hours.
  • grest service

    Tony (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    fantastic service. partner very pleased with her bike. battery seems very good. excellent value.
  • Great Ride, folded impractical - 2

    Mike (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Further to my initial review, Peter Lazarus of Decathlon asked if I had tried to push it along folded on the front wheel, which I had. He has since kindly sent me picture and a video of how to push it along. This involves a balancing manoeuvre, holding the extended seat post and placing the bike at 45 degrees whilst as he stated keeping a 'silver bolt (on one wheel) between the fork and mudguard stay '. Not easy to do, the bike feels heavy as well and so not practical and this method is clearly not intentionally designed in. The non ebike folders can be secured, placed on the two wheels that take the weight and wheeled easily. Looking at the non 'e' folding bike videos the person demonstrating it folds and wheels the bike but notably does not wheel it on the ebike video.
    I think it would be better if Decathlon simply stated that this bike is not designed for wheeling when folded. It is good for folding to a compact size for storage in a car boot, room or luggage area provided you can carry or wheel it unfolded to it. In that way it represents reasonable value for money.
  • Joy to ride

    Dan (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Great bike, just a joy to ride. Would be nice if there were latches in place to lock the bike in its folded position. I know its more of a commuters bike but with no suspension, you feel every bump and crack in the road which gets really uncomfortable over the journey.
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