Work Commute 90 Miles? The Stromer ST3 Electric Commuter Handles The Ride Safely and Securely
Hop on board, push on the pedals, and glide away – on a dynamic, powerful, silent e-bike. That’s how a new generation gets to work. And the Stromer ST3 is the ideal ride for this. Why? Because it offers just the right support, with unbelievable thrust up to 28 mph that lets you save your energy for work. And it’s comfortable, too: The new ST3 offers a unique experience through agile performance and a smooth, silent ride.
The secret behind ST3’s power is its newly engineered SYNO Drive II rear hub drive, which packs a punch of 600 W and transfers 44 Nm of torque directly to the road surface. The motor is not only highly efficient, it also captures the energy released during braking in its powerful BQ814 battery with a range up to 93 miles. Bottom line: With ST3, you won’t be sweaty or exhausted when you get to work – unless you want the workout, of course.
Frame Designs for a Safe and Comfortable Ride
ST3’s frame geometry is ideal for the needs of commuters: The short chainstays, short wheelbase, and
low bottom bracket are perfectly adapted to the 27.5-inch wheels for the ultimate in riding pleasure. But
safety always comes first in Stromer’s S-class pedal-assist e-bikes. Look no further than the outstanding
grip of the Cycl-e ST tires, developed by Pirelli specifically for Stromer. The proprietary LED headlight
features both low- and high-beam mode, and Stromer’s disc brake system relies on four pistons in the
front and two in the rear.
The choice of various stem and handlebar configurations and the future option of a suspension fork offer
a special boost in personalized riding comfort. Like all Stromer models, ST3 also has excellent
communication skills – with complete connectivity supporting a wide range of features. Stromer’s very
own OMNI app turns the rider’s smartphone into an on-board computer and also offers reliable theft
protection with a lock, alarm, and GPS location that puts an end to bike theft. Bluetooth connectivity enables seamless locking and unlocking, with a keyless battery eject providing the final exquisite touch in the new generation of Stromer e-bikes.
The Looks Department
Last but not least, ST3 also turns heads with its appearance, of course. The high-end technology is
discreetly concealed in the clean design, leaving the stunned admirer looking in vain for any sign of wires.
Even the front and rear lights don’t break the clean lines and are instead nestled unobtrusively within the
frame. The battery is just where Stromer has always put it: hidden in the down tube, while the
speedometer and touch display are elegantly integrated into the top tube.
The ST3 Launch Edition with high-end touches like a Brooks saddle hits the market in the fall of 2018 in a
premium Deep Green, with the standard Black and Cool White models following a short time later.
MSRP ST3: 814 W battery: $7,499
MSRP ST3 Launch Edition: 983 W battery: $8,399
MOTOR Stromer | SYNO Drive II | 44 Nm | 600 W
RANGE up to 93 Miles | 814 Wh battery
TIRES Pirelli Cycl-e ST for Stromer,
KEYLESS battery ejection, SEAMLESS lock/unlock,
FRAME SIZE OPTIONS Comfort M | Sport M,L,XL
STEM OPTIONS Urban | Urban Comfort,
FRAME COLOR Deep Green (‘Launch Edition’), Black, or Cool White
Standard features include start and push assist, regenerative braking, full connectivity through a touchscreen display, Stromer OMNI app with theft protection and GPS location.
Optional features include a smartphone mount and suspension fork. For more
specifications, please visit www.stromerbike.com.
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