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The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), a charity registered in England and Wales (209603), Scotland (SC037736), the Republic of Ireland (20003326), the Bailiwick of Jersey (14), the Isle of Man (1308 and 006329F), the Bailiwick of Guernsey and Alderney | RNLI (Sales) Ltd | RNLI Shop (registration number 2202240 and RNLI College Ltd (registration number 7705470) both companies registered in England and Wales at West Quay Road, Poole, BH15 1HZ. Images and copyright © RNLI 2021.
We save lives by providing a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service, seasonal lifeguards, water safety education and initiatives and flood rescue response.

You could win this…

Fabulous 20 inch frame ELECTRIC gents bike.
…in our RNLI Auction All proceeds to Looe RNLI
This as NEW Apollo Phaze 20” E-bike front motor system with 15 Deraillieur gears was £799 new in March this year from Halfords. Only ridden once for less than 2 miles but the 20” frame is just too big for the owner, who has donated it to Looe RNLI to raise funds towards our new lifeboat. Numerous extras include: Stand Rechargeable front and rear lights Horn All weather cover Extra secure bike lock Battery charger Mudguards 2 keys for battery and lock The minimum seat height has been measured from top of saddle to ground at 35” (89cm) and the maximum is around 41.5” (105cm). Our man who measured it reckons that at his height of 5’ 8” (173cm) his feet would just touch the ground with the seat at its lowest position. The handlebars are also adjustable, it has at least 20 mile range and overall it is in excellent condition.
The electric-assist is the most interesting aspect of this Apollo Phaze Electric Mountain Bike. The main reason that people will choose this bike over other mountain cycles is because of that electric assist. The idea here is that you can go up to 20 miles with this battery-powered assistant on hand to help you with the tougher hills. This could be a great help for those that want to explore with their families but don’t have the same level of skill or leg strength. 20 miles is pretty far and accurate when using the right tyres on the right terrain. Some people using this as a commuter bike on the road won’t get as far. When you don’t need this help, you can turn off the system and rely on the gears and typical features of the Apollo mountain bike. There is still a decent specification here beyond that electric function. The lightweight aluminium frame has a good braking system, 15-speed gear and just enough suspension to keep you comfortable over bumps.
We can only do the things we do because of people like you.
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Auction ends 5pm Sun 18th July