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Woosh electric bikes are 50% cheaper than many German brands of the same quality.

Please note that a PDI "Ready to Go!" fee of £45 inc VAT will be added to the sales price of all Woosh bikes

(Pre Delivery Inspection includes inspection, assembly and charging)

We have a host of extras for Any Bike sold (to be sold separately), please ask for details.

Woosh Santana-CD 2018

Sturdy Dutch style, comfortable sit up riding position, 50-60 miles on flat roads. 15AH battery, climb any hill, natural ride feel, Hydraulic disc brakes front and rear
Chain drive motor - 7 speed - adjustable handlebars - Kevlar tyres - 25kgs
Colour: Blue/Grey gloss
Sales price £1,199.00
Available to Order



Colour: Blue/Grey gloss


Only £1199 with 15AH battery

Only £1269 with 17AH battery

The Santana Chain Drive is best if you live in a hilly area and you weigh up to 100kgs

For the smaller riders, we have the Santana Petite.
For the heavier riders, we have the Big Bear LS.

The Santana-CD:
Classic, sturdy Dutch style, comfortable sit up riding position, 50-60 miles on flat roads. 15AH battery, climb any hill, natural ride feel.
Hydraulic brakes front and rear, Chain drive motor, Shimano Deore ™ 9-speed, gear sensor, Suntour NEX ™ suspension fork, adjustable handlebars - Kevlar tyres - 25kgs

Why choose a chain drive?
A hub motor can only deliver around 20Nm torque - fine for flat roads but on steep hills, the motor will slow down and output power will drop rapidly.
So if you want to ride hills, a chain drive bike is a must.
On the Sant-Ana CD, you'll get around 18Nm torque on the 7th gear and about 44Nm on the first gear.
By choosing the best gear to suit your terrain, the motor will contine running at high speed, maintaining maximum power output - and if you want to use just the throttle without pedalling, the Sant-Ana CD will do this perfectly.

Overall size: 175cm x 105cm
Frame size: 44cm
Saddle height: 84cm-105cm
Handlebars: 68cm overall
Wheel size: 66cm (26 inches)
Tyres: 26in 1.95in Kenda KEVLAR puncture resistant
Weight with battery: 25kgs
Dual controls
With throttle control and pedal assist, the Santana-CD is easy to ride.
Electric controls are on the left, gear shift and throttle on the right.
To get going, switch on the electrics by pressing the power button on the LCD on the left.
Change your assistance level if you wish (there are 5 levels, change by pressing the + or - buttons).
There are 9 gears, gear 1 gives you the biggest torque, for climbing the steepest hills, gear 9 the smallest torque and fastest speed, for flat road cruising.
The gear sensor detects the gear change and cut off the power to the motor while you shift the gear.
The Santana-CD is also easy to pedal with no power.
Santana CD image gallery

Main features

  • delivered 75% built, you only need to fit pedals, handlebars and front mudguard.
  • top brand proven components
  • fully accessorized
  • slimline discreet sealed battery — bike doesn't look electric
  • 1.75 Kenda Kevlar tyres for comfortable commuting
  • mechanical components widely available
  • 5 levels of assistance, 26″ wheel, stainless spokes, 18″ frame
  • 7 speed Shimano gear system
  • easy twist throttle for fast get aways
  • 250W chain drive motor
  • Lishui 7A-14A controller*
  • King Meter J-LCD display
  • 36V 15AH Lithium polymer battery
  • up to 70 miles on single charge, 60 with easy pedalling
  • 25 kgs – light enough to ride with no power
  • * At (maximum) 14A, the power output is about 400W.
    Power delivery is very gradual on the Santana-CD.
    However, this power is transmitted through chain and gears, you should squeeze the brake handles slightly to cut out the motor momentarily when changing gears to protect the derailleur.
    There is also this useful maneuver to change gear more smoothly: throttle up, stop pedalling, thottle down, change gear and throttle up again, very much like you would do with your car.

Other features

  • no need for tax, insurance or DVLA registration
  • clean energy, costs less than 0.1p per mile
  • spare battery: £299 at the time of purchase
  • UK and European compliant
  • for riders 14+, 5′ 5″- 6′ 3″


  • 36Volts 15AH Lithium battery
  • Maximum speed 15 miles per hour
  • Dual control: pedal assist and twist grip throttle
  • range: 60-70 miles on flat roads with throttle control, more with pedal assist
  • 18″ frame, 26″ wheels, suitable for average riders (5′ 5″ to 6′)
  • Aluminum frame
  • Motor: lightweight brushless chain drive mid motor rated 250W
  • Brakes: front disc brakes, rear V brakes
  • Saddle: comfort city style
  • Tyres: Kenda Kevlar 26″ (CDL: 28″) by 1.75″
  • Battery charger for UK mains
  • Weight (including all accessories): 25kgs
  • bell and lights
  • Guarantee: 1 year parts and labour, excluding consumables


Hours of Business:

9.00am - 5.30pm mon - fri

9.00am - 1.00pm sat

Tel: 0800 9999 226

VAT No. 922 1722 53


If you would like to hire our bikes we require a photo ID for example, Photo Driving License, Passport or Identity Card along with a £200 refundable deposit subject to all bikes being returned in the same condition.

Hire prices per bike:

Half day (3.5 hours) - £24 + vat

Full day (7 hours) - £42 + vat

One week - £200 + vat

You will need to cover the hire of our equipment by placing our goods on your home insurance against any damage whilst in your care, without acceptation.

Electric Bikes

  • Drive from 14 yrs old 
  • No road tax 
  • No driving Licence - should you lose your driving license, you can ride our electric bikes without a license, that's a fact!
  • No MOT 
  • Insurance not legally required 
  • No petrol 
  • No noise 
  • No pollution
  • Helmet not legally required
  • Can be ridden in bus lanes and on cycle paths

MOT – For Safety of Electric Bikes Only

If it’s that time of year when many of us are retrieving our bikes from the garage or shed, and realising that they’re going to need some attention before being ridden again. Where a long winter of neglect, cold weather and damp conditions has played havoc with the cables, the tyres, chain, battery and charger.

Then it's time to arrange for your electric bike to have a full MOT by us.

We check to see if there are signs of rust & there are curious noises when you turn the crank.

The charge for a full MOT is only £75.00 in many cases including parts and VAT!!!

This can be carried out at our own workshop by our qualified engineers.

Not only will you know if your electric bike is safe to use on the public roads, also if your electric bike is economically worth repairing and if you are better off replacing with a new electric bike, saving you time and money, take a look at our offers on our web site.

About Batteries

A 10A battery should yield around 30 miles with some pedalling or 15 miles if you just use the throttle alone (not advised)

A 15A battery should yield around 45 to 60 miles with some pedalling and around 25 to 30 miles if you just use the throttle alone (not advised)

A 17A battery should yield around 50 to 80 miles with some pedalling and around 30 to 40 miles if you just use the throttle alone (not advised)

All modern Lithium batteries can last 2-3 years and can be recharged up to 800 times

The above figures are highly variable due to the following factors:

  • The terrain you’re cycling on
  • How much you pedal
  • The weight of the rider
  • Battery kept in best condition
  • Managing the power settings


- The more you use your bike, the stronger is the battery.
- Charge it for 15 minutes evey month if you are not riding the bike.

Maintenance of batteries:
In a lithium-ion battery, Lithium ions move from the positive electrode to the negative electrode when charging and vice versa when you ride your bike. In theory such a mechanism should work forever, but in practice, your battery will age with time and repeated charging cycles. To get the best out of your battery, follow the recommendations below

- Use your battery regularly. Ride your bike as often as you can.
- Don't charge up after every short trips, wait for the battery to go down a bit, best time to charge is when the battery is half full.
- Grease the battery contacts and sliding rails if you have a rack battery.
- Avoid extreme temperatures. Your battery will work between 0oC and 60oC but it's best to keep it at room temperature, between 15oC and 25oC.
- Avoid shocks, very bumpy roads and pot holes.
- Avoid humidity.

Your battery contains a lot of electronic components besides the Lithium-ion cells, humidity will oxydize the copper on the circuit board like it would your copper pipes. Keep your battery dry. If you ride in the rain, give your battery a wipe when you come home.
If you cannot ride your bike in the winter months:
a) If your battery has an on/off switch, switch it off in winter months.
b) Every 2 months, switch it on and check the battery level.
If still full, give it 10 minutes top up charge.
If one LED has gone off, give it a 30 minutes top up charge.

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