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Nos tests sur les vélos électriques et pedelecs

Les tests ExtraEnergy ? Le parcours de tests se résume en un circuit de 14,5 km au total, qui nous permet d'évaluer les performances et les capacités en utilisation quotidienne domicile-travail mais aussi en utilisation loisirs.
 

 
From the 19th October until the 11th November, a total of 29 testers evaluated pedelecs for their ride performance off-road, in everyday riding and on tour, as well as for their ease of handing in everyday use.



>> Impressions ExtraEnergy Test autumn 2014 (flickr)



Tour circuit

With moderate climbs and varying surfaces including country lanes, gravel tracks and forest tracks, the ‘Tour’ circuit reflects a typical cycle ride route.



>> Tour circuit (Google Maps)



Everyday circuit

The first ‘Hills’ section on the everyday riding route covers almost a kilometre with a moderate gradient of 5% on average. This section is particularly useful in evaluating the range and power assist factor on hills.





On the ‘City’ section, ride performance in urban areas with stop and go traffic is simulated. In total there are eight stopping points at which the performance starting off can be tested.





The second ‘Hills’ stretch is shorter than the first, and with an average slope of 12% it is also considerably steeper. Furthermore, there is a compulsory stop at the start of this section so that the hill start performance of the bikes can be tested.




>> Everyday circuit (Google Maps)



This practical testing season has now closed, and after analysis of the measured data, the test results will be published in the ExtraEnergy Magazine in Spring 2015.



Copy: Angela Budde



Translation: Peter Eland (www.velovision.com)



9 December 2014

 

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