Product Details

E Conversion

The Summit system is the perfect riding upgrade. Ideal for bikes with internal hub gears or small or special wheels. A mid mount motor drives through the bikes gears
making the very most of the road legal 250w motor giving very high climbing torque and fantastic top speed. With the Summit kit there is no need for registration or a licence.
Simply pedal and go!

We convert our Dutch cargo Bikes in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney by certified bike mechanics. We ship the converted bikes all over Australia.

We don’t sell the Lekkie Summit kit separate, only fitted on a Dutch Cargo Bike.

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WHY SHOULD I CONVERT MY CARGO BIKE?

  • Enjoy the ride, but not the pain of riding with a heavy load or steep hills an E bike can be the perfect solution
  • When kids are growing, so is the weight in the box, you might want to convert your Dutch cargo Bike down the track
  • You want to spread the costs, start with a Dutch cargo Bike and in a year or so convert it electric
  • We have converted many Dutch cargo Bikes with the Lekkie system, and have found it easy, smooth and reliable

 

 

RIDERS SPOTLIGHT

Your story here?

Your story here?

Specs

  • Colours available:
  • High Torque 250 W mid drive motor

  • LCD display with battery and trip data

  • 17ah clip in/clip out secure battery with Panasonic cells

  • USB port to charge phone etc, sleep function, battery protection system

  • Integrated controller with pedal start

  • IP 67 waterproof connectors

  • Range around 50km

  • Assisted speed up to 25km/h

  • Gear sensor to protect internal hub of your cargo bike

The Lekkie story

A CHANCE TO RIDE PAST THE GAS PUMPS, TO EXPLORE, TO REACH THE SUMMIT, TO BE PART OF COMMUNITY, TO START A CHANGE THAT OUR CHILDREN WILL WANT TO INHERIT, A CLEANER MORE IN-TUNE FUTURE.

The Lekkie story begun in 2008 when industrial designer Daryl Neal decided there must be a better way than the car for moving his young sons up the steep hill to their home.

Unable to pedal his sons up the hill on his regular bike, he researched non petrol propulsion options. He soon tapped into the small but emerging underground culture of electric bike building. Importing clunky, heavy and complicated parts he built his first electric cargo bike. An immediate success, the word got around about this magic bike. Soon he was building bikes for many people.

Daryl started a conversion company EVLAB. During 5 years of building bikes he learned everything that was not cool about available components and set out to develop a plug and play system that any bike shop could install, that was reliable, light weight and good looking. Along this path he made personal relationships with the largest motor and battery suppliers in china and teamed up to develop better systems.

The name Lekkie, is what Daryl’s two young boys called the electric bike when they were to young to say electric. “Can we take the Lekkie bike Papa?”

And so Lekkie was born.

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