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FLYER Flogo 3.01 - Easy Good, Fold/Compact Good, City-Comfort Good

Compact but with an incredibly solid ride, this is a prime example when it comes to quiet and smooth running. The worksmanship and quality of the components is uncompromising, too, and leaves nothing to be desired.

The Flyer Flogo has all you need for a long and happy relationship: the operating controls are accessibly intuitive, and they are unambiguous in use – only with really thick winter gloves might one like an even clearer action point. This compact bike surprised with its safe-feeling ride, something you’d only usually expect from its fully-grown counterparts. And the drive system is just as smooth and precise as you could ever wish. But on steep ascents it is best to use the low gears, because in terms of its peak power delivery the motor is somewhat skimpy. The drive system sticks very accurately to the rules, so it’s already fading out at 24.9 km/h, which shows that the manufacturer is doing things very correctly here. The Flyer Flogo is an excellent choice for anyone who travels frequently, whether it’s by train, in the car or by mobile home, because in moments it can be made very flat via the SpeedLifter and folding pedals. With its huge adjustability for rider size it is also very suitable as a family bike.

>> Photo Gallery FLYER Flogo 3.01 (flickr)


+ high range: Tour / City
+ high payload rating
+ low total weight 
+ start and push assist function
+ display shows range remaining
Measured Values & Prices
Range Tour: 61,1
Ø Speed Tour: 23,2
U-Factor Tour: 1,26

Range Hills: 28,3
Ø Speed Hills: 20,9
U-Factor Hills: 1,09

Range City: 36,9
Ø Speed City: 15,6
U-Factor City: 0,84

Vehicle Weight: 24,3 kg
Battery Weight: 3,2 kg

Vehicle Price: 2799 €
Battery Price: 879 €
Sensor Type
Rotation, torque and speed sensors
Start and push assist function, display shows range remaining, rear stand, Ahead type stem with Speedlifter Twist, folding pedals, suspension seatpost, 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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