Pedelec 2.0 silver edition

ABUS E-Bike Security

E-bike—one of the most popular means of transportation of our time. Bicycles with an electric motor are now an everyday sight on bike lanes. These bikes, also known as pedelecs, have become a sales hit.

We tell you what you really need to know and how to safely move your bike through traffic.

E-Bike or Pedelec? ©ABUS


The coinage pedelec (made up from pedal/electric/cycle) describes the functional principle of almost all e-bikes available today: they provide support in pedaling. Regular pedelecs support up to 25 km/h (15.5 mph) and in legal terms are simply bicycles. S-pedelecs are mopeds and don't reach their limit until 45 km/h (28 mph).

In everyday language all of these bikes are simply called e-bikes.

Suitable theft deterrence ©ABUS


How much do you invest in a decent bike lock? As a rule of thumb, pay 10% of the cost of the new bike for a lock. High-quality locks are made of rugged materials, thereby providing sufficient protection against theft.

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Pedelec 2.0 - The helmet ©ABUS

Pedelec 2.0

A bike helmet that satisfies the stringent safety requirements for big cities. It provides the wearer with special protection by extending down to cover the area of the temples. Furthermore, the Pedelec 2.0 features an integrated rain hood that you can quickly pull over the helmet when rain starts falling. 
The backlight, which is particularly bright and rechargeable, provides additional, passive protection.  

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