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A Stromer is more than just a personal means of getting from A to B: a Stromer signifies a lifestyle and a new kind of unlimited freedom of movement. In our blog we bring the latest news on current and future development, the spirit of Stromer and insider stories. Enjoy the read ...

 

 

 

Pilot project with Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB)

A year of clever mobility combinations with "SBB Green Class E-Bike”.

SBB, Stromer, m-way and Mobility are joining forces to blaze a new trail of sustainable mobility with SBB Green Class E-Bike. The package offer for just 300 selected test customers combines products and services designed to get commuters, private and business travelers from door to door actively, flexibly and sustainably with no traffic jams.
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Pilot project with Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB)

A year of clever mobility combinations with "SBB Green Class E-Bike”.

SBB, Stromer, m-way and Mobility are joining forces to blaze a new trail of sustainable mobility with SBB Green Class E-Bike. The package offer for just 300 selected test customers combines products and services designed to get commuters, private and business travelers from door to door actively, flexibly and sustainably with no traffic jams.
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When people say e-bike, they usually mean a Pedelec... or an S-Pedelec

The technical and legal differences between Pedelec and S-Pedelec

Anyone looking for an e-bike at a specialist cycle dealer usually means a Pedelec or S-Pedelec. But the terms used, the categories and therefore the regulations that apply are quite confusing, especially with many of the details varying from country to country. Pedelecs (pedal electric cycles) are cycles that assist the rider’s pedaling effort with an electric motor delivering up to 250 watts (CH: 500 watts) at a speed of up to 25 km/h; in the S-Pedelec category the motor’s maximum output is 500 watts and pedal assistance is provided up to a speed of 45 km/h. Push assistance without pedaling is normally 6 km/h. However both categories are subject to differing regulations, which are moreover applied differently in many countries. We outline the main fundamental differences here.

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When people say e-bike, they usually mean a Pedelec... or an S-Pedelec

The technical and legal differences between Pedelec and S-Pedelec

Anyone looking for an e-bike at a specialist cycle dealer usually means a Pedelec or S-Pedelec. But the terms used, the categories and therefore the regulations that apply are quite confusing, especially with many of the details varying from country to country. Pedelecs (pedal electric cycles) are cycles that assist the rider’s pedaling effort with an electric motor delivering up to 250 watts (CH: 500 watts) at a speed of up to 25 km/h; in the S-Pedelec category the motor’s maximum output is 500 watts and pedal assistance is provided up to a speed of 45 km/h. Push assistance without pedaling is normally 6 km/h. However both categories are subject to differing regulations, which are moreover applied differently in many countries. We outline the main fundamental differences here.

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