All e-bike drives at a glance

BOSCH

The Bosch middle motor concept’s main characteristics are the gentle start-offs and smooth speed regulation. Gearshifts on derailleur models are detected in advance and acknowledged with a temporary interruption to the power, so that all propulsion components are not worn unnecessarily.

A sophisticated system that provides the rider with powerful pedalling assistance.

Drives36 V / 250 W; 36 V / 350 W (Speed version)
Assistanceup to 25 km/h, up to 45 km/h (Speed version)
Assistance modes4 ( Eco / Normal / Power / Turbo )
Battery versions300 Wh (8.33 Ah), 400 Wh (11.00 Ah), 500 Wh (13.88 Ah)
Rangeup to 100 km (300 Wh), up to 130 km (400 Wh), up to 170 km (500 Wh)
Charging time4 to 5 hours
Charging cycles500 full cycles
Impulse 2.0

We primarily use the drive unit developed and manufactured in Germany on selected city pedelecs, as the exceptionally fine-tuned switching sensors harmonise perfectly with the SHIMANO ‘Nexus’ gear hubs.

But a Speed model with Impulse 2.0 also has the right drive to make rapid progress.

Drives36 V / 250 W; 36 V, 350 W (Speed version)
Assistanceup to 25 km/h, up to 45 km/h (Speed version)
Assistance modes3 ( Eco / Sport / Power)
Battery versions522 Wh (14.50 Ah), 612 Wh (17.00 Ah)
Rangeup to 80 km (612 Wh, Speed version), up to 170 km (522 Wh), up to 185 km (612 Wh)
Charging time3.5 to 5 hours
Charging cycles1100 full cycles
TRANZ-X

There are three different drives available in VICTORIA’s TRANZ X range. The compact ‘F15’ front motor is the range’s entry-level model. If you’re looking for a slightly more powerful middle motor, then the TRANZ X has the ‘M16’. The most powerful motor of the TRANZ X range is the ‘M25’ middle motor.

All three VICTORIA pedelecs with their low-vibration and low-noise drives are the ideal bikes for starting out in the world of front and middle motor drives.

Drive36 V / 250 W
Assistanceup to 25 km/h
Assistance modes4 ( Normal / Power / Turbo / Speed)
Battery versions396 Wh (11.00 Ah)
Rangeup to 100 km
Charging time4.5 to 5.5 hours
Charging cycles500 full cycles