New Möve Pedelec with Pinion

Sophisticated functionality and quality in every possible detail.

The new e-bike from Möve Bikes is called E-Fly Up GT.
For the first time, the Thuringian bicycle manufacturer is relying on the low-maintenance drive unit of Pinion central gearbox, Neodrives rear motor and Gates belt drive. The 12 evenly stepped gears of the Pinion transmission harmonize perfectly with the whispering-soft Gates belt drive and the powerful Z20 rear engine from Neodrives.

The modern e-trekking bike appeals to a wide group of users: The high-quality aluminum frame has a permissible total weight of 170 kg and is designed for a load capacity of 140 kg. – and is suitable thus both as touring bike and heavy cyclists. Besides the 12-speed Pinion gears, the 65mm suspension fork, ergonomic parts such as grips, saddle and a sprung seat post ensure plenty of riding comfort. Safety is provided by the powerful disc brakes and the lighting with high beam and daytime running lights.

Shift first, then step it up! The C1.12 transmission offers maximum shifting comfort, only then the power in the engine is multiplied.

 The BMZ 36V battery with 625 Wh is integrated in the frame.

The modern aluminum frame with internal cable routing is manufactured in Germany and is designed for a maximum load of 140 kg.

Shifting works intuitive and fast with the DS2 rotary shifter.

Möve Bikes offers two luggage carrier variants depending on the area of application. Shown here is the integrated Supernova LED E3 tail light.

The total weight of the Möve E-Bike E-Fly Up GT with Pinion gearbox, Gates belt drive and Neodrives rear engine is approx. 24.8 kg, depending on the frame size and individual configuration. The manufacturer offers a choice of three frame colors: deep black matt, moss grey matt and signal white glossy. This is currently available in the frame sizes M (53 cm, body height 165-185 cm) and L (60 cm, body height 185-215 cm) from 5,500.00 Euro.

Already from autumn 2020 Möve would like to offer an S-pedelec in addition to the pedelec presented here.