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May 31, 2012


A2B and Fast4ward to feature on Fully Charged with Robert Llewellyn

by Markloveridge

Last week was a very exciting week, not only did we get a very large order, but I probably experienced one of the best days of my life. 

Robert Llewellyn is a star in himself, presenter of Scrap Heap challenge and Kryten from Red Dwarf. But more recently he has been recording his episodes of Fully Charged. A great advocate for the electric vehicle movement Rob seems to be at almost every event around the country that has an electric vehicle focus, and some that don’t!

I suggest anyone looks at the shows here: They tend to be very informative, unbiased and entertaining. The episode we filmed last week was purely focussed on electric 2-wheelers. We tried and tested the following, A2B Metro, A2B Hybrid 24, F4W Edge, Vectrix VX1 and the Zero S. Blown away by the entry level F4W Edge the experience only got better and better as we trialled the different models. Due to air in Mid June, I’ll be sure to post a link!

I have been fortunate enough to meet quite a few celebs, but have to say that Rob is the most down to earth and loveliest chap. A pleasure to have around, and he even bought us lunch! Thanks!



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  1. Jun 14 2012

    as usual with Robert a great show and it was great to see how far electric bikes have come. The Zero looks the part and I am sure a lot of real hard core bikers will fall in love with it and be tempted to get one for their day to day comute and still be able to feel like a man when they ride it ( not to say that electric is for girls you know 😉


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