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E-Bike Financing Now Available at Motostrano - Electric Bike Buying Made Easy

We know an e-bike purchase is a big thing for a lot of people, which is why we worked hard over the past year to put together a consumer financing option that we felt would be something we could offer to our customers with a good feeling and help people get the bike they want sooner rather than later.

With electric bikes costing upwards of $2000, $4000 and even $8000, we wanted to offer a financing option to our customers that worked. 

After a lot of shopping around, we selected Synchrony bank (formerly GE Capital) as our go-to people for our consumer financing and so far the results have been very positive. Particularly around the holidays, it's helpful to have the option of paying for something later. With GE, we are able to offer a variety of programs, plus an easy, hassle-free application process that is just like signing up for a store card at a department store.


The process is simple. Use our web site to figure out what e-bikes might work best for you. Then call or visit our store for a hands on demonstration, a detailed sales presentation from our staff we we will advise you on options and what to look out for and which models might be best suited for your general purpose. There are electric bikes made for commuting, for off-road mountain biking, a little of both, or cargo capacity, etc.

Once the bike has been selected, we'll fill out a simple online application and know whether you qualify in seconds. Once approved, we can process you purchase and get you rolling on your new electric bike.

Synchrony offers 6 months or 12 months financing.




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