News & Stories
Under News you will find the latest from the Pinion world: innovative bikes from our partners, test winners, product news, and exciting projects from our community.
But it’s not all about technology. Our stories page is about people, adventures, stories, and the emotions of Pinion riders worldwide.
The atomsphere is electric! Together with our partner, the e-bike manufacturer Stromer, we present a world premiere at the Eurobike! The official launch with all the details will take place at the Eurobike from 13.-17.07.2022 at Pinion, Hall 12.0 / D08 and Stromer, Hall 12.0 / C17!
Among adventure cyclists, the north German manufacturer Böttcher is as well known as Bayern Munich is among soccer fans. The brand stands for individuality and high-quality trekking and touring bikes that are anything but off-the-peg. The revised Pinion models from Böttcher stand out from the crowd with a well thought-out overall concept. Last but not least, the manufacturer uses a different frame material for each model...
For spring, several manufacturers present their new Pinion e-bikes for trekking and touring. The models presented are all based on a modern aluminum frame that integrates the Pinion transmission and powerful battery in a visually pleasing way. The Neodrives Z20 rear motor provides the corresponding power in all pedelecs. As usual, it quietly and directly boosts its own pedal power and converts it smoothly. We are introducing the new e-bikes from Contoura, Electrolyte, Jongerius and Tout Terrain!
What a start! Just recently unveiled, the brand-new Stromer X Pinion speed pedelec ST3 Pinion is already rolling into the fast lane and impressing the jury of the Red Dot Design Award with its innovative and unique design. The dynamic 45 km/h commuter bike...
Sean Green is a well recognised face on the mountain’s of Scotland. With a eclectic mix of tattoos, his grizzly frame and often with a bike on his back, a shrinking violet he is not. What he dreamed of as a young boy, he now turns into reality: Sean's goal is to climb all 282 Scottish Munros - mountains with more than 3,000 ft. or 914 m.a.s.l. - by bike.