Electric assist bike introduced by British company in 118

The Tracker GT (TREKKER GT) is an electric assist bike introduced by British manufacturer Triumph for the first time in 118 years. A British design team designed it and it is equipped with a Shimano 250W DU-E6100 e-drive motor. It has narrow handles and an Italian Selle Royal saddle.

This product has a Shimano BT-8035 with a 504Wh battery and an ABUS lock on the cargo compartment. In addition, the charger used Shimano parts such as the crank arm that supports the shift transmission pedal and the hydraulic brake disc rotor. It weighs 24 kg and can run 150 km with 60 Nm of torque on a single charge. The price is £2,950. Related information can be found here.



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