There are 2 ways to deliver to EU for single bikes. By air or by train. if by air, usually bike and battery sent separately. the local charge is about 100-200USD as we leart from customers.
If you concern about the tax to EU. there is another tranportation way for choice. that is go by train DDP to your address. all cost and tax included. about 500-550USD depend on the place. shipping time is about 35 days from our place to your hand after we delivery.
Hope my info is helpful to you.
cerberpeter wrote: ↑Jul 09 2019 10:46amThat's definitely a bargainSinbord1981 wrote: ↑Jul 09 2019 9:39amI bought one and had it delivered to me in the United Kingdom (still part of the EU I think ). I paid 3.4% customs tax / duty on the overall price of what I paid to Frey (including the credit card fee that I opted to pay for security).cerberpeter wrote: ↑Jul 09 2019 4:21amHi guys!
I could not find any information on anti-dumping duty issues!? Has anyone who imported this bike in EU paid this special additional tax?
I would like to buy one myself, but last year I was striked with 84% of anti-dumping duty (+8% regular duty + 20% vat) on a full electric bike as such.
Maybe UK didn't enforce those anti-dumping duties like other EU regulations (driving with lights on during the day for example)
Anyone else from the EU?