Bosch eBike systems
Mobility of the future
Bosch eBike systems is shaping the future of eBike mobility with innovative products and digital services ranging from highly efficient drive systems to the first production-ready ABS for eBikes and Connected Biking solutions. On the daily commute through the city, on pleasurable rides through the countryside, or for sporty adventures in the mountains, Bosch eBike systems offers eBike riders the right drive system (drive unit, rechargeable battery, display, and app) for every requirement and use, which ensures a unique riding sensation. Today, more than 100 of the world's leading bicycle brands trust the perfectly coordinated, modular product portfolio. As an independent business unit within the Bosch Group, Bosch eBike systems also leverages the Group's technology and manufacturing expertise. For healthy, safe, and sustainable mobility that is also fun.
Claus Fleischer, CEO
Mountainbiker by passion
Claus Fleischer is CEO at Bosch eBike systems since 1st July 2012. The machine engineer has over twenty years of experience at the Bosch company at home and abroad. Under his management Bosch eBike systems developed from a start-up to a market leader in the field of the eBike drive systems. Fleischer is an enthusiastic mountain biker and road racing rider, and is passionate about mountain sports.
Bosch eBike systems
From a start-up to one of the leading manufacturers of eBike drive systems
Established in 2009, Bosch eBike systems has grown from a start-up to a global player. Today, over 100 leading bicycle brands worldwide rely on "Bosch epowered" components. The high quality and reliability, the powerful drive units, and the long-life rechargeable battery are now providing riding enjoyment in North America, Asia, and Australia too.
Bosch eBike landmarks
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Bosch eBike products
Bosch eBike systems features an extensive portfolio for electric bikes - from highly efficient drive units (motor and gearbox) to powerful batteries and smart on-board computers. As a company, Bosch eBike systems sets new standards with groundbreaking innovations like the world's first all-in-one on-board computer Nyon, the Performance Line CX, a drive specially developed for mountain bikers, or the first ever series-production ABS for pedelecs.
Always one step ahead
Bosch eBike systems was founded in 2009, with the first drive system already launching at Eurobike in 2010. Since then, eBikes have been "epowered by Bosch". Right from the start, Bosch benefited from the experience gained in the automotive and motorcycle sectors and its great repository of technological expertise.
The start-up soon became a global player and is now trusted by more than 100 leading bicycle brands. The high-quality, reliable systems from Bosch eBike have been creating a world of riding enjoyment for many years. Drive units, on-board computers, batteries, chargers and accessories: the constant supply of innovative products make modern eBiking easier, more dynamic and safer than ever before. Bosch is setting new standards with pioneering innovations, such as Nyon, the world's first all-in-one on-board computer, the Performance Line CX for eMTBs, or the first production-ready ABS for pedelecs. Now, in 2019, Bosch eBike systems is celebrating its 10th anniversary - still maintaining the agility and spirit of a start-up, combined with the power of a global corporation. We continue to set the standard for the future of bicycle mobility. This is the basis for our continued success and ability to attract many, many new eBike fans.
The first drive: a success story takes flight
2011 marked the start of a new era: Bosch eBike systems brought new mobility and greater vitality to the eBike market with a drive system that could be used just as easily for relaxed cruising or sporty outings. The first system was already capable of adapting flexibly to every riding style and situation - a quality that has distinguished all drive units of the brand ever since. From trekking to city use: 50 Nm of torque, support up to 20 mph, the right choice of riding modes and the sensitive 3-sensor technology inspired users and attracted new target groups to eBiking, marking the start of a success story.
This drive was not available in North America.
Focusing on the user: the clearly laid out Intuvia display
Bosch eBike systems presented a new on-board computer in 2012: Intuvia – the clue is in the name! Intuvia made riding the eBike even easier and more comfortable. The intuitive on-board computer marked the start of a concept that has since come to distinguish Bosch eBike systems. The separate control unit allowed the required riding mode to be selected. The display showed all the key information, a USB port for the smartphone turned Intuvia into a control centre for people on the move. In addition to its user friendliness, Intuvia still stands for harmonious partnership between eBike and rider.
Something for the growing eBike fan base: Active and Performance Line
2013: Bosch eBike systems is expanding its range of drive units and addressing the needs of eBikers even more precisely with the new Active Line and Performance Line drive systems. Whether you choose a relaxed pace on your way to work or a sporty style when riding off-road: The improved design means the new drive units can be better integrated as part of the bike. With five riding modes each, 3-sensor technology and impressive torques, they offer the perfect ""built-in tailwind"" on every tour. Since then, the drive units have always offered perfectly proportioned pedal support, the current high point being the Performance Line CX, developed especially for eMountain bikers.
Zweirad-Industrie-Verband (ZIV - Bicycle Industry Association)
The Zweirad-Industrie-Verband is a national interest group and service provider for the German and international bicycle, eBike, component and accessories industry.
PeopleForBikes comprises both an international coalition of suppliers and dealers in the bicycle industry and a non-profit foundation. The aim is to promote cycling in general and to support infrastructure projects to create cycle paths.
Confederation of the European Bicycle Industry (CONEBI)
CONEBI is an association of European bicycle, eBike, bicycle parts and component manufacturers and represents their interests to the EU and international institutions. CONEBI's goal is to promote cycling culture in Europe.
World Bicycle Industry Association (WBIA)
WBIA is a non-profit association that represents the interests of the bicycle, eBike, bicycle parts and accessories industry on a global level.