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 ...
When Stromer first introduced its ST1 model to the market back in 2011, the S-Pedelec very quickly became a resounding success – not just in its native Switzerland, but also in the rest of Europe and the USA. The first-class entry model in the speed class of fast e-bikes delivered a persuasive combination of reliable drive power, timelessly modern design and maximum performance. Just as it was then, Stromer is always a wheel length ahead on the road to modern mobility with its S-Pedelecs, which can reach speeds of up to 45 kph. To mark the company’s tenth birthday, Stromer is now launching a <b>remake of the legendary ST1</b>.
On July 11, 2018, Mike G.* had a rude awakening: In the night a warning text message had been sent to his smartphone that informed him that his e-bike had possibly been stolen. A look to the front of his residence in Basel confirmed it: His Stromer was gone – stolen. But not for long.
Urban mobility has to adapt to the increasingly rapid growth of large conurbations, according to Jakob Luksch. It has to be intelligently networked and clearly structured. Conventional private transport is undergoing the most radical changes and restrictions, whilst public transport infrastructure has been upgraded by means of intelligent traffic routing systems and more attractive products and services. Private transport is taking on far greater significance in this process of development and an attractive layout of streets and roads is just one aspect of it. The e-bike has enormous market potential here and will become an integral part of the whole system in urban areas.
Anyone who travels around on an S-Pedelec knows that it moves fast, and sometimes very fast indeed. It's actually faster in urban areas than any other means of transport. It goes without saying, though, that you would prefer a stress-free journey before arriving safely at your destination. We wanted experts from the bfu and TCS to tell us what it's important to keep in mind and to respect.