Forme e-bike catalogue broadens with Bafang and Bosch leisure builds

Moore Large’s house bike label Forme has broadened its electric bike portfolio, bringing forward the Buxton line spanning £1,000 through to £1,800.

The line starts with the Buxton 1, which uses an interactive, durable Bosch Active motor, built into an aluminium 6061 frameset offering geometry designed for comfort and a shock absorbing SR Suntour NCX suspension fork.

A female specific version of the Buxton 1 is available, and both versions retail at £1800. The unisex Buxton 2 retails at £1,000, featuring a reliable Bafang motor and aluminium 6061 frame with a high-rise front for an upright riding position as well as a wide, comfortable saddle.

The third and final model is the Buxton Folder, with a 20″ wheel for easy handling and fold away practicality. All bikes include full-length mudguards, kickstand and carrier.

Forme’s new e-bikes will come with free Cycle Recovery, the comprehensive breakdown and recovery service available with any Forme E-bike purchase. Cycle Recovery is available to customers 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. The policy offers up to three call-outs per policy year and a message service to notify family or employer of your situation.

Want to know more about the Forme portfolio? Check in with our recent interview with founder Adam Biggs here, or head straight to the website for dealer FAQs.