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Which E-Drive fits?


Recumbent trike with powerful silent electric motor

Electric assist by GO SwissDrive:
The silent warp drive that provides a reverse gear

Quiet powerful performance is the domain of the efficient direct drive hub motor from GO SwissDrive. It sets itself apart with its flexibility. The second generation of the premium e-drive offers convincing innovations. The new battery has a capacity of 636 Wh, an increase of 14 percent!

Intelligent technology: For the second generation of the electric assist with the new CAN bus system, the Swiss have intelligently adapted the engine control system. A new thermal management increases the range on the mountain. Low Resistance Technology minimizes pedaling resistance above the support limit of 25 km/h (15 mph) by compensating for the electromagnetic losses occurring in the rear hub. The Boost function offers maximum thrust at startup.

Electric recumbent bike trike with motor GO SwissDrive

Another major advantage of the GO SwissDrive system used by HP Velotechnik is its ability to not only use energy, but also to generate it. When you brake, the engine brake slows you down and recharges the battery. This reduces brake wear and extends your range. On descents you can replenish part of the power required for the ascent. This is called recuperation.

The second generation now even reaches 200 watts during recuperation – to put it more precisely: if you ride downhill for an hour, you generate 200 Wh to return to your battery. Smile: With modern green electricity, a full load of riding pleasure costs only a few coins.

The electric reverse gear is a spectacular advantage for our recumbent trikes with the GO SwissDrive electric motor system: reverse and manoeuvre at the touch of a button, without having to get out of the seat! This is where these e-trikes can play their trump cards when they safely reverse at speeds of up to 3 km/h (1.86 mph).

Electric motor GO Swissdrive display mount Side View

Forwards, too, we can further adapt the system to your personal needs: For example, a special motor control system takes unequal leg forces into account.

Tailwind on the touch of a button: The innovative GO SwissDrive remote control system is mounted directly on the handlebar grip. All settings can be controlled intuitively with the thumb without having to look.

The large, glare-free 3.2 inch colour display is easy to understand. Optimum readability thanks to semi-transluscent/ reflective display technology which works excellently even in direct sunlight, through active inclusion of ambient light.Various screens for driveing or information modes are available. In addition, you have the choice between the lateral positioning next to the handlebar for easy access ("Side View") and the "Top View" position above the handlebar end for best legibility.

Electric motor GO Swissdrive display mount Top View An extremely versatile display: Incoming calls can be displayed via the Bluetooth interface (4.0) while riding. If you want to read the tour data, you can download them directly to your mobile phone via app. Smartphones, for example, can be charged via the USB connection (5 V / 1 A).

To match the high-quality electrical engineering, we offer you two first-class drivetrain options: The Sram GX derailleur system with 3x10 very finely graduated gears and the robust C1.12 internal gear transmission from Pinion, with an enormous transmission ratio bandwidth of 600 percent.

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