EMTB mode for Bosch E-Bikes - Free if you bought the bike here!

Wednesday 21 June 2017, Filed in: General

The eMTB mode replaces the former Sport mode of the Performance Line CX and varies between the Tour and Turbo riding modes. With a maximum torque of up to 75 Nm, the motor dynamically boosts the pedal power of the rider between 120% and 300%. Depending on the pedal force, the progressive motor support automatically adapts to the individual riding style. Without any need to change the mode, the motor always supports the rider with the ideal amount of power, even at low cadences.

The highlights at a glance!

No Trigger: More rider enjoyment without changing modes. There's no need to change between the support modes; the rider can focus all of their attention on the trail.

Direct Flow: Perfect support from the very first step. Steep uphill starts become noticeably easier.

Progressive Support: For a natural riding experience and optimum control. Depending on the pedal force, the progressive motor support automatically adapts to the individual riding style.

Trail Control: Improved control in difficult riding situations. Ensures the rider makes effortless progress and has the best possible traction in technical uphill sections and where there are obstacles.

Maximum Momentum: With a torque of up to 75 Nm. The motor dynamically boosts the pedal power of the rider between 120% and 300% for sporty acceleration, even when riding over alpine terrain.

Ultimate Uphill Flow: Uphill riding becomes an unforgettable experience; the rider always remains in the flow.

for more info on the new Bosch eMTB mode Click here

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