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EVO 2.0

July 8, 2013

Being part of the Premium Series, the WHEELER EVO 2.0 not only stands out by its design and state of the art electric propulsion system, it also features a highly modern and extremely stiff frame. With the development of the EVO 2.0 WHEELER introduces a new generation of electric mobility. Leading the way in function, a ride feeling at its best and an elegant look are a few among the many features characterizing the new EVO 2.0.

The collaboration of WHEELER with designers and motor specialists resulted in revolutionary E-Bikes with outstanding design and technology.

Besides a front suspension and safe handling, the new generation of WHEELER E-Bikes is characterized by dynamic lines, an elegant integration of c omponents and a battery that is easy to insert and remove.

In close cooperation with the Canadian electric propulsion system manufacturer BionX, WHEELER developed an innovative battery platform. Revolutionary and available at WHEELER only: The low position of the battery enables a comfortable entry on the step-trough model of the EVO 2.0. The resulting ride characteristic paired with control, safety and a maximum ride experience is new to E-Bikes.

WHEELER is convinced to address a wide target group with this new type of E-Bikes. Available in fall 2013, this groundbreaking new generation of E-Bikes is ideal for fashion-forward people as well as commuters and leisure rides.

Technical highlights:

  • WHEELER e-powered technology frame
  • NEW BionX cassette motor
  • BionX 48V battery with 423Wh for ranges up to 105km
  • Shimano XT rear derailleur
  • Supernova E3 E-Bike light
  • Schwalbe Big Apple ballon tires
  • Pletscher rear rack
  • Magura MT-2 disc brakes with 180mm rotors

Contact:
intercycle
Pfrundmatte 3
CH-6210 Sursee

Tel: +41 41 926 65 11
Fax: +41 41 926 63 55

info@wheeler.ch
www.wheeler.ch
hostettler GmbH
Neuenburger Straße 33
D-79379 Müllheim

Tel: +49 (0) 7631 1804-0
Fax: +49 (0) 7631 1804-99

info@hostettler.de
www.wheeler.de

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