myStromer AG develops and markets innovative e-bikes. The strength of the company lies in the development of and mechanical components, electric components, software, and the complete system integration.The Swiss company was founded in 2009 by Thomas Binggeli, and since the end of 2011 has belonged to the BMC Group. In March, 2013 the company opened its headquarters in Oberwangen near Bern, Switzerland. The entire facility’s energy is provided by rooftop solar cells, and every battery used in the assembly of Stromer e-bikes is filled with solar-derived energy. At the Oberwangen campus, management, engineering, research and development, assembly, logistics, customer service and even a Stromer flagship retail store are located under one roof. A second assembly location for the European market is located in Riedstadt, Germany.
The ST2 is a powerhouse of an e-bike. I’ve never turned so many heads on this beautiful machine or been more convinced that an investment has been completely worth it.
Taking every detail into consideration when it comes to safety, serviceability, comfort, handling, performance, and style – the ST2 has the highest level of integration of any e-bike.
The ST2’s new, and more compact SYNO Drive motor not only provides 500W of power, but an enormous 35Nm of torque too: that’s more than enough to put a very big smile on your face when you step on its pedals.
With a range of up to 150km, a new, proprietary, Li-Ion battery puts the ST2 in a league of its own. The 48-Volt battery contains a whopping 814Wh of energy. Despite this significant increase in endurance, the ST2’s battery still tucks neatly away into the down tube.
Stromer is making and writing history when it comes to digital connectivity. Its new user interface provides remote, wireless interaction between the bike and other touch points such as the Stromer Portal and your smartphone.
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