Hi, this is Richard from eBike Sussex in Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. Here is a quick product video on the market leading Haibike Nduro 5.0. This is one of the new FLYON machines with a TQ motor. The same harmonic drive system used on Mars Rovers and the Moon Buggy! This technology isn’t just space age though, its brilliant for planet earth too!
The FLYONS all come with built in tracking devices included in the price. These are a great anti theft measure and increase the chances of you getting your ebike back if it is ever stolen. You can also set a 4 digit pin passcode on the eBike to stop people riding it unless they have the number.
These electric mountain bikes have a carbon frame, alloy rear stays, a brilliant paint finish and an award winning frame design. The main thing you may notice is the lack of cables, this sleek machine looks so futuristic because the cables are mostly hidden with a clever headstock design and internal cable routing to die for.
A sexy looking electric bike isn’t enough though. This machine is a true beast unleashed off-road. It has more power than any other road legal system in the UK and can deliver it so quickly because of a clever speed sensor design with 18 register points. If you haven’t tried a FLYON ebike yet you won’t understand just how amazing it is to have 120NM of torque. The power just keeps coming and the delivery is so smooth and progressive.
The display is information rich and also caters for those that want to streamline their experience. You can dive right into multiple screens of info about your ride or you can cut them down to a single dynamic screen with your speed and periphery info.
The extensive controls take a bit of getting used to, but once you’ve played around with it for a ride or two it becomes second nature and the power levels are easy to manipulate without looking down from the get go.
If you would like more info on this machine or to come and view it at our showroom in Shoreham by Sea West Sussex please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thanks for reading my article, it is a work in progress…
(RIDE or FLYON)