FreeGo Eagle Crossbar

5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews )

£1,299

The FreeGo Eagle crossbar electric bike offers high specification and great value. The more rigid crossbar frame offers added strength in more demanding conditions.

Description

The FreeGo Eagle crossbar is our top of the range FreeGo electric bike! The Eagle has the latest feneration high-torque motor which gives superb accelleration and lifting power. With a hand-made, lightweight, aluminium frame and a range of attractive colours it is both strong and handsome!. With front and rear disc brakes, quality adjustable suspension, and puncture resistant tyres amongst its attributes the FreeGo Eagle crossbar really has the desirable features that you would expect from a bike of this caliber.

Available on 0% finance
from £43.72 per month
after 25% deposit

The FreeGo Eagle crossbar has a powerful (and virtually solent) 250W brushless motor combined with a choice of 36V 10Ah / 16Ah battery, which allows even steep hills to be handled with ease. Upgraded, high quality lockable front suspension gives a comfortable ride over both rough and smooth terrain. Front and rear disc brakes give superior control in the wet, and ‘unlock-and-twist’ handlebar adjustment allows for easy change of riding position depending on conditions. And with a handlebar mounted throttle, giving a maximum speed of 15mph, it is perfect for commuting or for longer distances that you might normally not attempt.

The FreeGo Eagle crossbar comes complete with FreeGo’s industry-leading warranty of 4 years on the robust aluminium frame and 2 years on the battery. The motor and electrics are warrantied for 1 year.

The FreeGo Eagle crossbar electric bike gives a slightly more rigid frame for heavier loads or more demanding riding. For the ‘easier to mount’ version you might consider the FreeGo Eagle step-through version. Or, for the more budget-comscious, take a look at the popular FreeGo Hawk.

Come and take it for a test ride in Leicester at Ebike Centres electric bike showroom on Granby Street; near the train station.

Why you should buy from Ebike Centres
* Great location – Leicester city centre, by the train station, with Dover Street car park just around the cornet
* Knowledge – we know our stuff and we take time to explain everything you want to know
* Free test ride – buying an electric bike is like buying a pair of shoes; without trying it first how do you know it fits?
* Advice – everyone at Ebike Centres is a trained mechanic, and we all ride our own electric bikes. So we know what we are talking about.
* Professionally built – built for you in our own showroom workshop
* Tested – we road test ride every bike before we sell it
* Delivery – we deliver free anywhere in Leicester, or to your nearest train station as far as Birmingham, Derby, Nottingham, Peterborough or Bedford
* Follow up – we give you a free complimentary service after 6 weeks after you have ‘run-in’ your bike, to adjust your brakes and gears
* Servicing – we offer our customers discounted rates on their annual service
* Warranty – WE accept responsibility for taking care of your warranty in the rare case (in spite of all the above) that you have a problem
* Excellence – at all times we do our best for you, from start to finish. Guaranteed!
Why accept less?

Additional information

Motor

Battery types

Weight (without battery)

Load capacity

Maximum speed

Battery charge time

Frame

Range (with pedal assist)

Tyres

Wheels

Suspension

Mudguards

Gears

Brakes

Stand

Lights

Saddle

Rack

Chain

Speed control unit

Throttle

Handle bar adjustment

Basket

Motor quick release plug

Junction box

Colours available

Other features

Guarantee

Customers' review

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6 reviews for FreeGo Eagle Crossbar

  1. paulthepipes@yahoo.co.uk
    5 out of 5

    Freego Eagle - crossbar model. I bought the Freego Eagle crossbar bike 3 months ago to make more use of my free time during retirement and I am not disappointed. Pro's:- I live in a hilly part of Devon and I have remained seated for all of the ones ridden so far, even passing a group of semi-professional riders on one hill, although I must admit, they passed me with big grins on their faces on a lesser slope near the top of the hill!! It is reassuringly well built and good looking. The 'no quibble' guarantee has proved to be so, which inspires confidence in the purchase. Con's:- There was an initial problem with the front suspension, and the handle bar collapsed on hitting my first pot hole - a potentially dangerous problem. Both were quality control issues which should have been spotted before the bike was passed as 'fit for the road'. The only major, low cost, improvement I would recommend would be for Freego to include suspension on the saddle stem. On good roads it is not too much of a problem but on poorly maintained 'B' roads you feel every bump! I wrote a review for the Freego site, but my 'qualified' approval was not put up so I assume they only put up 100% appprovals, as they check them first?! They also did not reply to a query I made on their email contact page - post purchase. Conclusion:- I love my Freego Eagle, if fact I would buy another and I also recommend it. I ignore the ageist banter from my cycling friends on their 'conventional' bikes, as they potter around town and I go off on effortless 25 mile round trips into the countryside.

  2. davelooker@aol.com
    5 out of 5

    1500 miles on the clock I have had my free go Eagle crossbar some five months from new and clocked up over 1500 trouble free miles (bar one puncture)I write this additional review to praise the quality of the manufacturer and very impressed that not a single component part has failed or given any trouble, the battery shows no sign of diminishing power. The bike has been serviced by Keith whom knows all you need to know about electric bikes. the bike still looks like new and I am looking forward to many more happy day's in the saddle.

  3. davelooker@aol.com
    5 out of 5

    First of all I give five stars to Liam & Keith. Keith gives you a detailed briefing of what each bikes capabilities are. Liam took me on the test ride which gives you a good idea of the bikes capabilities and if you go ahead and buy, a personal delivery of your chosen bike. I have done about sixty miles and can say the bike impresses. It feels well built (B.M.W. ) quality components. I chose the 16amp battery and have travelled 50 miles on a full charge during the course of which I have chosen some challenging hills to climb without exertion and felt rather smug when overtaking non electric cyclists.

  4. jcfear@live.co.uk
    5 out of 5

    I'm reasonably fit, in my 40s, and use a road bike at the weekends for recreation. I thought that it would be great to be able to cycle to work, without the inconvenience of arriving hot and sweaty. I read a lot of articles and reviews before trying out a selection of ebikes at Ebike Centres. This confirmed that a motion sensor bike would be more suitable for me for that purpose than a torque sensor bike. It also helped me decide on an appropriate price and level of features and quality. I thought the Eagle was a reasonable compromise on both price and quality. It has some impressive design features, high equipment levels, good adjustable brakes, a very comfortable saddle, the right number of gears, appropriate gear ratios, and a good stand and lock. Since April of this year on most days I have used the Eagle to commute to and from work - 11 miles each way on some fairly flat (but often very bumpy) cycle paths, and a few roads. I use maximum assist where-ever possible, put in minimal effort on the journey to work, and as much effort as I feel like on the return - sometimes very little! I now charge the battery ever night, but have done two days (44 miles) without charging and the battery still had some charge left, and seemed to be giving pretty much full power. I have had no significant problems with the bike and the quality seems very good, in fact better than I expected. It is heavy but more than powerful enough, and a joy to ride. It is a shame the chain rattles against the stand. Ebike Centres have provided excellent service throughout. I value really highly being able to take several test rides, obtain the benefit of their experience and having somewhere local to return if issues arise.

  5. mike@ray-jones.org.uk
    5 out of 5

    Make no mistake: this is a big, heavy bike. Fortunately it's also a powerful eBike, and an absolute joy to ride. I knew I had to have it when we were about 30 seconds into the test-ride, although it took my wife (on the step-through version) a little longer to decide; she found the surprising power a little unnerving to start with. Now, several weeks later, she loves it too. We bought these eBikes for local transport, exercise & leisure purposes, and they have proved to be ideal for all these requirements. They are so much fun to ride that we spend much more time on them than we did our old push bikes, and since we always use pedal-assist mode there is always an element of exercise; especially for me since I can't resist the urge to cover the distance in the least possible time. We also bought the Eagles to stow away in our motorhome; they just fit in the rear storage area with the handlebars released and flipped over (this is very easy to do). When we visit the coast, having the eBikes means we can leave the van behind and still have a good range (even where the terrain is hilly). We planned to grab a sneaky charge in the pub at lunchtime if required, but in practice this has never been necessary. The only two slight criticisms that I can think of are that a) the mudguards are just as prone to rubbing on the wheels as for most other bikes, and b) the mount for the front (built-in) light is a little flimsy. It's also not particularly bright, and I think I might buy myself a cree-LED lamp. All in all, a spectacular eBike.

  6. clairehubbard310@hotmail.com
    5 out of 5

    Has to be tried to be believed! The bike's power makes it really effortless to ride yet the power can also be switched off to make it great for a traditional bike ride

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