Dillenger Electric Bikes
Our industry leading electric bikes and kits are growing rapidly in popularity all over the world. For that, we owe a big thank you to our fantastic customers, and in-house bike designers and engineers Sam and Matt!
The team at Dillenger has recently pumped up the customer service division. Offering phone and email support, and consistently striving to improve on our already outstanding reputation.
By offering our customers the best products possible, along with an industry leading warranty and outstanding after sales service, we have grown exponentially, from a small local business to one of the largest international manufacturers and suppliers of quality ebikes and electric bike kits.
Our electric bikes range from $499 for our entry level Cheetah model up to $2,799 for our top of the line Hunter 750W – capable of reaching speeds up to 45km/h out of the box. We also offer a variety of the best e-bike kits to transform your plain old bike – to an electric powered bike in no time. These kits start from $499 and go up in price depending on battery chemistry, power and capacity.
Moving towards 2016, we have collaborated with a new key player in the market. By working with Arc, a leader in electric bike kits, we can share resources and ultimately offer even better products and services worldwide. Furthermore, to our new business partnership, we are also collaborating with Griffith University’s engineering and mechatronics divisions to ultimately innovate in the electric vehicle industry and continue to bring exciting products to the worldwide market.
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As an avid e-bike enthusiast I’ve written this blog to discuss the current situation of the legality of e-bikes in Australia. I think the laws are outdated, and not considerate of the whole e-bike community and its needs. Note that these opinions are my own, and not representative of Dillenger Electric Bikes. Should you wish to have an illegal e-bike you do so at your own risk.
Electric Bike Kits
Like many people, my first bicycle came when I was a young boy. When I went off to college in 1971, the "cool" campus bike that everybody was riding was a Schwinn continental 10 speed. They were so popular I had to be on a 3-month waiting list to get one. I rode that bike for probably 10 years.