Our classic vintage styled electric bicycle, the Tilba, is the most stylish of our e-bikes! Perfect for getting you to work, the cafes, beach, or out with friends - you'll love every minute of riding this gorgeous bike.
Riding a Tilba e-bike is guaranteed to make riding fun again!
Take a look at what other owners have to say:
"I cannot believe the difference in riding this bike. I don't dread getting up at 6 to go to work - I actually bounce out of bed now! :)" Georgina B.
"I love that I can ride directly to work, in a skirt, on my e-bike and go straight to a meeting - no shower necessary!" Louise G.
"Your Five of the Best correspondent ended up buying a Dyson after test riding the cruisy treddly around Melbourne’s city streets." Wendy H. full review here.
Designed for the style lovers and available in an acqua or cherry red.
Ride in comfort with an upright riding position.
Smaller frame - perfect for females under 170cm, at it lowest position the seat is just 87cm from the ground.
A drink cage mount on the down tube so you can hydrate on the go - and not have to take your eyes off the road.
The super comfortable 22cm wide sprung seat comes as standard.
It's quiet as a mouse! The DAPU high torque motor is super quiet and strong.
Tilba's display features a USB port for recharging your phone or lights on the go. Never miss a call again!
Ride even further! The battery is available in 11.6Ah or optional 15Ah capacity for those ready to tackle longer rides (Riding in level 1 with the 15Ah battery will give you up to 14 hours of riding!)
A wide range of power assist levels (1-5) - you have the option of as little as 35 Watts of assist in level 1 with both pedal assist or throttle control and this gradually increases to the full 200 Watt mode in level 5.
Level H offers you the option to ride with the unique twist throttle or to ride it with your own pedal power.
The Tilba e-bike also features integrated lighting front and rear - powered from the main battery.
^The range on a full charge is affected by the assist level and many external factors, such as the weight of the rider, the terrain and winds.