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Stromer ST1 “Buy it if: you’re looking to speed up your commute – and have fun along the way” says Bicycling- Buyers Guide 2013


You can read about Stromer ST1 in Buyer’s Guide 2013 issue of Bicycle magazine, where  Brad Ford test rides the Stromer ST 1 Platinum. Also, if you go to the last page of this issue you will see Philly Electric Wheels mentioned as a full service electric bike shop dedicated to electric bicycles.

You can subscribe to Bicycling Magazine  or you can stop by our store to see, touch, feel and test ride the Stromer in our showroom.

Stromer ST1

Philly Electric Wheels
7153 Sprague Street
Philadelphia, PA 19119

215 821 9266

http://www.phillyew.com

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Stromer digital console demystified


In today’s shipment, we received the first of Stromer’s digital console. With no English-language manual, we’ve documented the basics here.

Setting the Time
  • press  button to power on the console
  • press both & buttons together
  • at CODE prompt, set CODE from 0000 to 0001 using button to cycle thru the digits, and buttons to change selected digit
  • press button and hold until CODE is replaced with TIME
  • now use to set to correct time
  • to save settings, press and hold button for 3 seconds
Switching between PAS (Pedal-Assist) and POD (Power-On-Demand)
  • press and hold button
Cycling between levels of assist
  • press button to power on the console
  • MODE will show you assist type last selected
  • press buttons to cycle through various assist types
Night time viewing of console
  • press and hold  button to turn on back-light or off

If you’ve discovered additional features, please add them as a comment to this post!

Introducing the Stromer electric bike – Swiss Born – Precision Built


Philly Electric Wheels – PHEW! now carries the Stromer – an electric bike with designed in Switzerland, with the precision you’d expect.

The 36 volt 10 amp hour battery is encased within the frame, making this electric-assist bike look more like a bike. Recharge it while it remains inside the bike, or bring the battery inside to a power source.

Offering pedal-assist as well as throttle, the Stromer can take you far.   With the 600 watt motor and pedal-assist, you can travel between 45 and 60 miles per charge. You’ll be amazed at how quietly the motor hums.

The Stromer is one of the few electric-assist bikes offering a range of frame sizes and types, all in aluminum. With the 8-speed Shimano Alivio derailleur, Avid BB disc brakes on front and rear, and weighing 62 lbs, this bike offers rugged performance in all weather.   Both the step-through and crossbar models are offered in 15.5″, 17.5″ and 20″ frames, with an additional 22″ option for the crossbar frame.

Color choices have been kept to a minimum – black or white.

The accessories are also kept to a minimum, allowing you to select fenders, racks and lighting of your choice.

Stop by PHEW! for a test ride. You’re sure to be wowed!