Product Range


We have a range of high spec and stylish SLA and LiPo powered electric mopeds.

From just £999 on-the-road we offer bikes in several colours with various accessory options and FREE local delivery!

So whether you’re after a tough, reliable and economical commuter bike, a day in-day out daily traveller or just something for relaxing summer rides – an Electrocruz electric moped is what you’re looking for.



Don’t worry about the paper work!

All our Electrocruz series e-mopeds include DVLA Registration and Number Plate fitted.

20 SLA

Battery: Fixed 72v 20Ah Sealed Lead Acid
Range: ≠30 Miles
Top Speed: 25 – 28mph
Charge Time: 6 – 7hrs from flat
Aprx Weight: 110kgs


£999 inc vat

50 Li

Battery: Fixed 72v 50Ah Lithium Polymer
Range: 100+ Miles
Top Speed: 28 – 30mph
Charge Time: 6 – 7hrs from flat
Aprx Weight: 95kgs



25 RLi

Battery: Removable 72 Volt 25Ah Lithium Polymer
Range: 30+ Miles
Top Speed: 28 – 30mph
Charge Time: 6 – 7hrs from flat
Aprx Weight: 85kgs


£2299 inc vat

More information

Whilst electric mopeds aren’t all that new these days, you’re still probably curious to learn more about how they work and what to expect so here’s some extra details.

Electric moped engine power is marked by its voltage.

Our electric bikes are 72 volts which is similar to a 50cc petrol engine.

The difference in torque comes from it’s brushless motor. Unlike its petrol cousin, power is delivered instantly to the wheel giving a fast response off the line.

While riding on a fresh charge, you’ll experience speeds of up to 30mph making our Electrocruz moped a dependable extra-urban rider.

The brushless motor sails quietly and quickly through whatever traffic the city can throw at you.

Battery moped range depends on the Amp hour (Ah) of the battery. The Electrocruz is offered in 20, 25 and 50 Ah.

The much cheaper 20ah is a Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) battery. It can travel around 30 miles on a charge.

The 25 and 50ah batteries are Lithium Polymer (LiPo) and travel about 50 or 100 miles respectively.

The weight of the bike varies from 85 – 110kgs depending on the battery choice.

SLA batteries are heavier whilst the LiPo is lighter and therefore makes the bikes handling more agile.