Daily exercise, no traffic jams and fast mobility. The TQ HPR® 120S is the future of commuting.
TQ HPR® 120S opens up whole new opportunities to tackle steep climbs and technical terrain.
The TQ HPR® 120S delivers its unbeatable torque of 120 Newton meters not just as peak performance, but across the entire performance range. The power can be amazing well distributed, both upon start-up and on terrain requiring expert technique. Thanks to its backlash-free power transmission and low moment of inertia, the TQ HPR® 120S reacts agilely and intuitively to the driver’s power and cadence. The result is confident biking with improved efficiency in every situation. No wonder Haibike chose the TQ motor for its FLYON series.
In 2017, World of MTB certified that the TQ HPR® 120S in combination with our standard 880 Wh battery climbed 1419 meters in altitude – 1240 of them at full power. And it only used about a third of the power its competitor needed. “Fly uphill” is not just a slogan for us – it’s a promise.
In case you stall on steep climbs, the TQ HPR® 120S offers push assistance of up to 6 km/h. Thanks to the built-in free-wheeling feature, driving without motor support is no problem. Once you exceed the maximum speed, or when the motor is switched off, there is no noticeable pedaling resistance.
How and when did E-MTBs start appearing int eh mountains around Lake Garda? How do e-bikers and normal mountain bikers get along? And what does the future look like? At the 2018 Riva Bike Festival, we spoke with outdoor legen Uli Stanciu, sports journalist Markus Greber from BIKE Magazine and TQ experts Frederic Grimm and Stefan Schneider about the past and future of electronic mountain biking.
Test drives at Lake Garda, leading trade fairs such as Eurobike and events like Munich’s E-Bike Days – on these and other occasions we show up with a fleet of TQ bikes for cycling enthusiasts to test drive.