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More and more people, particularly commuters, are cycling on their pedelecs or bicycles no matter the season. By observing a few important rules, anyone can get through the cold winter months on their electric bicycle without any worries.
The anti-lock braking system for pedelecs can play a significant role in avoiding eBike accidents and has now won the DEKRA Award.
In its anniversairy year, Bosch eBike Systems has a lot to offer: five drive units, two batteries, the SmartphoneHub and much more.
The battery is the pedelec’s power source. It supplies the motor with the electrical energy that is required to provide power assistance when cycling. So it is hardly surprising that there is frequent discussion and “talking shop” about the eBike’s battery in particular. What is the difference between batteries? How far can you go on a fully charged battery? What do you have to remember about storage? Thomas Raica, head of technical customer application, here provides information and advice.
Our model year 2019 has a lot to offer: the Kiox on-board computer, market launch of the Bosch eBike ABS system, smart eBiking with COBI.Bike, and other new products and innovations are just waiting to be discovered.
More riding enjoyment for explorers with the Active Line Plus, smart support with the new Active Line, and modern design with PowerTube 500. All this and much more is what’s new in 2018.
Pedelec riding is becoming even safer. Bosch, a leading provider of motorbike safety technology, is launching the first standard anti-lock braking system for pedelecs on the market in the form of Bosch eBike ABS.
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