Pedelec Compact

KES 800

KES800_faltbar_Compact
from: 3499.00€
Start Configuration
Frame material
Aluminium
Compact
Compact
Frame Height
Compact
Compact
46
RRP
Gears
3 499€
5 speed Shimano Nexus freewheel
3 599€
8 speed Shimano Alfine freewheel
3 499€
11 speed Shimano Metrea
3 499€
5 speed Shimano Nexus DI2 freewheel
Top-Option
Steps Akku 504 Watt
Display E8000
Frame type
Compact
Compact 46
Compact
Compact
Colour options premium
black black
planetred planetred
iceblue iceblue
nightblue nightblue
basalt metallic basalt metallic
Colour options exclusive
white white
mint mint
sun yellow sun yellow
wine red wine red
british green british green
bronze metallic bronze metallic
silver silver
anthracite anthracite
apple green apple green
Royal blue Royal blue
Colour options premium matt and exclusive +50€
Engine:
STEPS E6100
Display:
STEPS E6100
Battery type: 418 Wh
Battery position: Frame
Charger:
STEPS 4 Ah
Fork:
Aluminium, rigid
Seat tube:
Seat post BySchulz
Saddle:
Selle Royal Lookin
Rims:
Double-walled, eyelets, black
Spokes:
Nirosta, silver
Tyres:

Schwalbe Big Apple

More than a decade has passed since the Big Apple sparked the trend towards balloon bikes: cycling in comfort, without any complex technology and with the tyre's air cushion providing natural suspension. Inflated to approx. 2 bar, a balloon bike runs smooth as a whistle; effortlessly and with the full suspension effect. A normal 37-mm wide tyre would have to be inflated hard as nails to 4 bar to roll similarly well.
Size: 55-622
Size: 55-406

Schwalbe Big Apple
Carrier:
Racktime 20" KES
Headlights:
B&M stand light AVY 40 Lux
Rear lights:
Trelock stand light LS611
Dynamo: ----
Hub dynamo: ----
Mudguard:
Plastic, matte black
Handlebar:

Trekking Town Aluminium 31,8mm

With an incline of 35 mm and a 47° arm angle, these very lightweight aluminium handlebars result in a sporty, yet relaxed position. (Weight: approx. 292 Gramm)

Trekking Town oversize
Handlebar stem:
Speedlifter Twist Pro SDS
Speedlifter: ----
Schaltwerk: ----
Kette: ----
Kassette: ----
Schalthebel: ----
Schlauch: ----
Tyres (front wheel): ----
Tyres (rear wheel): ----
Lock for battery:
yes
Sprocket: ----
Bell:
Knog, Alu silver
Grips:
Ergon GP10, ergonomic, bolted
Ritzel: ----
Umwerfer: ----
Brake lever: ----
Brakes:
Shimano Disc M200
Pump: ----
Pedals: EP-F foldable
Chainguard: Plastic, matte black
Chain guard for derailleur: ----
Kettenblatt Nabe: ----
Kickstand: Ursus King, chainstay, adjustable
Lock: yes
Equipment: ----

Frame geometry

The right frame height is important for a high degree of cycling comfort and fun. When you have chosen a model, the fame height is first defined. This primarily depends on your leg / inside length. The following rule of thumb will help you find the right frame height: Inside leg - 25 cm = frame height If you should be exactly between two frame heights, choose the smaller of the two. If you wish to fit your bike with a suspension saddle post, you should also choose a frame one size smaller.

A Head tube | B Top-tube length | C Horizontal length | D Rear length | E Foot space | F Bike stand | G Saddle tube angle | H Handlebar stem angle | I Step-through
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