The 2023 Flyer Goroc TR:X e-bike has been unveiled. The bicycles use the Pinion E1 MGU (motor gearbox unit) with an automatic gear shift feature and four assistance levels. Plus, the Goroc TR:X is equipped with a 700 Wh battery, and an optional range extender is coming next year.
Flyer has unveiled the 2023 Goroc TR:X e-bike. The e-touring bike uses Pinion’s E1 integrated motor and 12-speed gearbox unit with a maximum power output of 600W and 85 Nm of torque. Smart.Shift ensures that the assistance level matches your pace, and you can choose to use an automatic gear shift thanks to the MGU (Motor Gearbox Unit).
You can select from four assistant levels, ranging from ECO to FLY, with a top assistance speed of 25 kph (~16 mph). The e-Goroc TR:X is equipped with a 700 Wh battery, and an optional 535 Wh Range Extender will be available in 2024. The bike has a carbon and aluminum frame to help keep it lighter, with the medium-sized version weighing around 30 kg (~66 lbs). Plus, 29-in wheels and a full suspension system with 130 mm travel makes for a comfortable ride.
The Flyer e-bike has a bright headlight with a magnetic interface allowing you to swap between various MonkeyLink models. You can also use the FLYER ONE Side Rail to attach luggage to the bike. Four models are offered, including the entry-level Flyer Goroc TR:X 4.63 and the S-Pedelec Goroc TR:X 8.63 HS. You can now buy the Flyer Goroc TR:X e-bike in the EU starting from €8,699 (~US$9,509). You can choose from Enzian Blue Gloss or Curcuma Gloss finishes and five sizes from XS to XL.
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Polly Allcock, 2023-06-26 (Update: 2023-06-26)