MN7 HS11 Premium

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The MH7 is a comfortable, easy to own electric bike. Featuring an award winning silent Bafang Motor and a maintenance free closed chain guard, Magura HS11 brakes and 7 Shimano gears, the MH7 is a stylish and luxurious bike that is easy to live with every day.

The smooth welding makes gives the frame a smooth look that oozes quality. A powerful 80Nm mid motor conquers hills without a sweat, and three striking colours and stylish white walled Schwalbe tyre make this ebike really stand out.

* Whitewall tyres only available with Matt Black colour


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QWIC Premium MN7 HS11

The MN7 HS11 is the luxurious version of the Trend MN7.2 RV. Fitted with Hydraulic rim HS11 Magura brakes and additional front fork suspension, it gives a comfortable ride experience throughout the city. 

Easy to use Display

The clear display gives information on battery, range, and distance travelled. Power modes and headlight can be easily selected using the left hand control buttons. 

Front Fork Suspension

The adjustable front fork provides suspension and lock-out function, letting you adjust the ride style and comfort level to your preference.


An integrated front light draws power straight from the battery giving maximum illumination at all times. This powerful light will make you visible to other road users while illuminating your path. 

Powerful, Silent Motor

The award winning Bafang mid motor smoothly delivers power, with an inbuilt gear sensor. Delivering 80Nm of torque, it will carry you up hills and then some! An integrated switch sensor gives clean and smooth gear changes, even when peddling.

The close chain system provides a near maintenance free experience, while operating extremely quietly. 

Hydraulic Magura Rim Brakes

The German made Magura HS11 adjustable rim brakes give excellent stopping power and control, while maintaining a near silent operation. 

Comfortable Ride

The saddle post suspension absorbs knocks and bumps as you go, giving a smooth and comfortable ride. The detailed stitching on handles and seat give an additional level of style. 


Four battery options give an impressive range, and an built in brake light lets other road users know your actions clearly. 

The battery is easily removed for charging in the office, cafe or at home. 

BatteryLevel 1 (Up to, Miles)Level 5 (Up to, Miles)

About QWIC

QWIC are a leading Dutch electric bike company who have strong presence in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. Driven by a desire to take more cars off the road and replace them with high quality electric bikes, their focus is on sustainability, design and craftmanship. 

Their research showed that 50% of all car journeys undertaken are below 5 miles - the perfect distance for an ebike to undertake. With traffic often slow moving in city centers, bikes are not only greener but also quicker than the car.

QWIC's philosophy is that electric bikes should not only be well made, sustainable and innovative, but also fun.


Removable BatteryYes
Engine Torque80Nm
Motor LocationMiddle
Motor BrandBafang
GearsShimano Nexus 7
Wheel Size28"
Power Modes5
Gear Range240%
LightingAxa Echo 30 Lux
TyresSchwalbe Energizer Plus
BrakesMagura HS11
Luggage CarrierYes
Adjustable Stem and ForkYes

Help & Advice

There are usually two key types of frame. However, certain brands have slightly different names for them so keep your eye out!

Step Over vs Step Through

Sport - (Step Over) 

Sport models will usually have a high tube at the top, in front of the seat. This will usually require you to lean the bike slightly to mount your leg “over” the bike. Sometimes bikes will also be called Diamond, or Gents bikes. 

Comfort - (Step Through)

Comfort were traditionally known as “Ladies” bicycles, and in some cases this naming convention has carried through. However, all it tends to signify is a lower top tube. By far the majority of electric bikes are step through because they're so easy to get on and off.  

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