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In the Peak District we know about hills and we care about the ride.
For us, performance and power must come with style and detail.
Looking for the best value dutch style, folding and hybrid electric bikes with great quality and perfect service in the UK?  RIDE THIS WAY.

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Love life on two wheels. Look forward to your commute.
Get into the countryside. Climb higher, go further.
Cycling hasn't been this much fun since your first bike.
Curious? Book a test ride with a JUICY retail partner.

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RISK FREE 14 day home trial when you buy on-line.
Established UK brand with great rider and press reviews.
Full 12 month warranty as standard or extend to 24 for £69.
Click and collect: Built for you to collect from your local bike shop.

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Tailor it to you: modular design enables you to choose from five frame styles, five battery sizes, four wheels sizes, three brake options, two handlebar displays and five glorious colours.
So you're sure it's right for you. We'll build your perfect bike.

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We take care to listen carefully to what our riders want from us and our bikes.  Here are recent interviews with some of our regular riders, happy to share with you.

We're very grateful for all the feedback we get from experienced riders of our bikes.  This feedback informs our on-going cycle of improvement and we try to incorporate all good advice sent our way into the next design iteration of our bikes.  Little steps make great bikes...

An Interview With Electric Bike Rider Jane Bence


Classic electric bike near river 2015

Jane's Bike (named Lucy)

Our customers tend to be interesting, good looking, and one-of-a-kind. That's why we can't stop nattering with them. We had a chat with campaigner and avid e-cyclist (as well as part-time radical teddy-bear) Jane Bence.  

An Interview With Electric Bike Rider Gemma Allen


Electric bike rider Gemmas Juicy Classic against a traditional iron fence.


Here's another peek into the life of a Juicy rider (specifically, the charming Gemma Allen.) How does an electric bike impact Gemma's independant business, her leisure time, her health and money? And more importantly: can her husband still keep up when they cycle together? There was only one way to find out:

Hi Gemma! Thanks for dropping by for a chat. Question 1: where's your favourite place to ride your Juicy Bike?

I live near some lovely rural villages which are fantastic to visit by bike. I love that I’m not limited in where I can go thanks to the power assist. It helps me up the steeper inclines that I’d normally be forced to avoid. Sometimes I even deliberately slow down to make sure I’m taking in the views.

Day-to-day I use my bike to commute. I run my own business and have to travel to and from customers. I’m so much faster by Juicy Bike so I can visit more people in a day. And I’m able to keep my prices lower than my car-using competitors because the bike is so inexpensive to run. A win win.

 Interview with Juicy ebike rider Robert Jackson



Juicy Bike: Hi Bob. Thanks for dropping by to answer some questions. How're you finding your Juicy Bike?  


Bob Jackson: "Well, funnily enough, I appreciate the ability to cycle without any assistance. I was in an accident that robbed me of all the strength in my right leg, and being able to choose exactly how much help I get has allowed me to build up the muscle without injuring myself. And if I get really tired, I can twist the throttle and go. The fact that I can fold it up and put it in the boot is also very handy."




Police Patrols Needn't be an Uphill Struggle

In our educated and unbiased opinion, a Juicy Bike is a great fit for a Police Community Support Officer.


That's why we were happy to help when the New Mills and Hayfield Support Team inquired about establishing a fleet of their very own.


We thought we'd have a chat with our local PCSO Lee Baker to see how he and his colleagues were getting on. 


Juicy Bikes: Morning Lee!


First question: How have you found the transition from police car to Juicy Electric Bike?

police officer with juicy bike electric bike

Focus on The Tissington Trail

tissington trail parsley hay cycle trail derbyshire
There are a ton of ways for you to enjoy a warm summer afternoon, but it has to be a leisurely cycle along a dappled trail that tops our list. So first of all thanks to everyone who has generously shared their Great Days Out over the last few weeks. We've started to accumulate a nice little archive of rides that we wouldn't mind trying ourselves. 
Here's one more for your repertoire: when we at JB (finally) get the chance for a ride of our own, you'll probably find us along our number one local route: the Tissington Trail. It's the ideal starting point for anyone looking to explore the Peak District - after all it's flat, traffic-free, and flanked the whole way by beautiful countryside. Even us Buxtoners find it hard to get tired of rolling green dales and green woodland.  In the summertime, Juicy Bikes come into their own on the trail. Feel like a true non-conformist and stray from the path (both literally and metaphorically). This way you can avoid the (literal) dogs on leads, beat the cram of cyclists enjoying the sun and visit the Hartington Cheese Factory. Which is ace.
We grilled Kate at Parsley Hay Cycle Hire about how else to best enjoy the trail.
Hi Kate - thanks for agreeing to tell our lovely readers about the Tissington Trail. What would you say are some of its best features?
Well, for a start the whole trail is surprisingly flat - which compared to the surrounding area is unusual and very welcome. Cycling in the Peak District can be quite restrictive if you're not super fit or a keen cyclist, and this way you get appreciate the rolling countryside without having to climb it. Then there's gorgeous scenery - it really is very pretty - and all the nice places to stop. Tissington village in particular comes to mind as a lovely surprise. 

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