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Flyer RS 7.50 HS EU - Easy Good, Tour Good

You can’t go wrong with this one! The Flyer RS combines many qualities: friendly, safe, stable, always easy to control and easy to master. And it rides easily and smoothly.

With the RS 7.50 HS, Flyer has created a speedy companion for everyday use. Within the “Easy Pedelecs” group it was one of the bikes with the highest average speeds on Tour, Hills and City routes. It assists especially powerfully up to 32 km/h, but for higher speeds you need to apply yourself a little more to the pedals. On the hills, even when towing a trailer, the bike’s motor pulls it along without problems if you use the lower gears. And it’s fleet-footed when ridden without the motor, too. This pedelec feels especially good at speeds between 25 and 32 km/h, so it’s not one for people who are always in a rush. At around 30 km, the range on hills is astonishingly long, despite the good power assistance factor of 1.3. With a maximum rated overall weight of 149 kg, riders can be a little heavier, or could carry more luggage. To ensure you can see, and be seen, there’s daytime running lights, and for night-time, the white frame and the reflector, which is compulsory for pedelecs 45.

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Flyer RS 7.50 HS EU (flickr)

+ high range: City
+ high power assist factor: Tour 
+ start and push assist function
+ display shows range remaining
+ same key for battery and bike lock
+- insurance is compulsory, with number plate
- high purchase price
Measured Values & Prices
Range Tour: 50,3
Ø Speed Tour: 29,4
U-Factor Tour: 1,97

Range Hills: 30,3
Ø Speed Hills: 25,2
U-Factor Hills: 1,3

Range City: 37,3
Ø Speed City: 16,6
U-Factor City: 0,92

Vehicle Weight: 26,8 kg
Battery Weight: 3,8 kg

Vehicle Price: 3999 €
Battery Price: 989 €
Sensor Type
Rotation, torque and speed sensors
Start and push assist function, display shows range remaining, rear stand, frame lock keyed alike with battery, ergonomic grips
Biketec AG
Schwende 1
4950 Huttwil
>> Photo Gallery Test 03/17 (flickr)

Text and Image:

Online Publication: Bruno Brandão

3 May 2017



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