Within the motorcycle sector, more and more companies have adopted electric propulsion as part of their production line for the manufacture of models integrated with this system.
One of them has been Triumph Motorcycles who has made headlines these days for the launch of the Trekker GT, its first ebike with which you will have the opportunity to travel up to 150 km on a single charge.
More than a century has passed since this company produced its first motorcycle under the name Triumph Engineering in 1902. However, economic problems that arose in 1983 caused the facilities, its name and the manufacturing rights to be acquired by businessman John Bloor. . This then made the decision to rename it Triumph Motorcycles and move its operations to the town of Hinkley in Leicestershire, England.
This is how currently the company has returned to the place where it all began with the launch of this ebike whose aesthetics at first glance are pleasant and that, although it does not stand out for being futuristic, its characteristics will guarantee you a smooth trip through the city when you have to go to the school or the office.
Trekker GT Features
Triumph has decided to equip this 24 kilogram model with the Shimano drive mode. Add to this a centrally mounted 250W Steps E6100 motor for 60Nm of torque, as well as a lockable 504Wh E8035 battery installed at the bottom of the tube comprising the hydroformed aluminum frame.
In addition, in this model you will find Shimano hubs, a 10-speed gear lever, cassette and crank, a derailleur, Deore M6000 brakes and a Shimano screen where you can have the opportunity to check the driving status.
However, as far as the 6061 frame is concerned, it is trademarked, an attribute also present on the seat post and narrow-width handlebar end grips, while on the front you will find a company plate made cast aluminum where the pedal assist cables are installed inside for a cleaner look.
Regarding the rims, these have a size of 27.5 inches covered in Schwalbe Energizer Green Guard tires, while the RockShox Paragon 65mm forks are designed to provide soft cushioning when hitting a pothole, also providing integrated LED lighting front and rear.
For better comfort when riding the ebike, nothing better than a Selle-Royal Vivo saddle. In addition, the Trekker GT features an ABUS Pro-Shield rear wheel lock feature, as well as a cargo rack located at the rear.
Finally, the Trekker GT has a full-length fender, a must-have feature on any ebike that boasts of being British, complemented by the presence of intelligent technologies such as GPS, on-board tracking, a mobile application to monitor performance, etc. .
You will have the opportunity to acquire this ebike model in silver and black finish for a value of $ 3,750.
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