Typ: E-Bike 20km/h; Einsatzzweck: E-ATB; nach STVZO: ja; Laufradgröße: 24 Zoll; Anzahl Gänge gesamt: 7; Gewicht (ca.): 18 kg; zulässiges Gesamtgewicht: 100 kg; inklusive Pedale: ja; Dämpfer Marke: ohne Dämpfer; Bauart: MTB Hardtail Rahmen; Material Typ: Aluminium; Marke: TRIO; Modell: bürstenloser Motor mit Anfahrhilfe; Typ: Nabenmotor Heckantrieb; Leistung: 250 Watt; Modell: Trio; Typ: Lithium-Ionen; Akkukapazität: 374 Wh; Kapazität: 36 Volt / 10,4 Ah; Lebenserwartung (Ladezyklen): 500 Ladezyklen ; Akku-Montage: Rahmen-Akku; Spannung (Volt): 230; Reichweite (km): 50 km; Bauart: Federgabel; Marke: Suntour; Typ: SF12-XCT; Federweg (mm): 100 mm; Antriebstyp: Kettenschaltung; Anzahl Gänge: 7; Marke: Shimano; Typ: Altus; Modell: Shimano Altus; Modell: KRG, 152 mm; Modell: Thun Boogie 3.0; Modell: KMC Z-72; Modell: Shimano; Marke: Shimano; Typ: Altus; Bremssystem: hydraulische Scheibenbremse; Marke: Shimano; Typ: Altus; Bremssystem: hydraulische Scheibenbremse; Modell: Shimano Altus; Material: Alu; Bauart: A-Head; Material: Alu; Sattel: Semi-integriert; Bauart: Patentstütze; Durchmesser: 30.4 mm; Material: Alu; Modell: Shimano HB TX-505; Modell: Blaupunkt Heckmotor; Material: Aluminium; Bauart: Hohlkammer; Größe (in Zoll): 24 Zoll; Reifenbreite: 52 mm; besondere Merkmale: Reflex; Größe (in Zoll): 24 Zoll; Reifenbreite: 52 mm; besondere Merkmale: Reflex; Pedale: MTB-Flatpedale; Material: Aluminium; Bauart: Hinterbauständer; Material: Kunststoff; Bauart: Beleuchtung über Akkueinspeisung; Bauart: LED; Modell: Prophete, 30 Lux; Modell: LED; Sonstiges: inkl. Klingel
Typ: E-Bike 25km/h; Einsatzzweck: E-Mountainbike Hardtail; Laufradgröße: 27,5+ Zoll; Gewicht (ca.): 21.4 kg; zulässiges Gesamtgewicht: 120 kg (ca.); inklusive Pedale: ja; Dämpfer Marke: ohne Dämpfer; Bauart: MTB Hardtail Rahmen; Material Typ: Aluminium; weitere Merkmale: Gravity Casting Interface, Steckachse M12 (1.75) x 148 mm, Scheibenbremse Post Mount; Marke: Yamaha; Modell: PW-X System; Typ: Mittelmotor; Leistung: 250 Watt; Modell: Yamaha; Typ: Lithium-Ionen; Akkukapazität: 500 Wh; Akku-Montage: Rahmen-Akku; Display: Yamaha LCD - X 1.8", 13 Funktionen; Typ: Yamaha Schnellladegerät 4A; Reichweite (km): 50 km; Bauart: Federgabel; Marke: RockShox; Typ: Revelation RC Lockout, Luft, Aluschaft 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" tapered, Steckachse Boost; Federweg (mm): 120 mm; Antriebstyp: Kettenschaltung; Anzahl Gänge: 12; Marke: Shimano; Typ: XT; Ausführung: 2-fach; Marke: Shimano; Typ: SLX; Modell: Shimano Deore XT; Modell: FSA Aluminium; Übersetzung 1: 44 Zähne; Übersetzung 2: 32 Zähne; Modell: KMC X10e; Übersetzung Zahnkranz (Zähne): 11 Zähne; Modell: SunRace CSMS2; Marke: Magura; Typ: MT5; Bremssystem: hydraulische Scheibenbremse; Bremsscheibendurchmesser: 203 mm; Marke: Magura; Typ: MT4; Bremssystem: hydraulische Scheibenbremse; Bremsscheibendurchmesser: 180 mm; Modell: Magura MT54 HC-Hebel, Aluminium; Modell: Haibike Components TheBar ++ 740 mm; Griffe: Haibike MTB Griffe; Bauart: A-Head; Modell: Haibike Components TheStem ++, 31.8 mm, 6°; Steuersatz: A-Head Tapered, Cartridge, Aluminium; Sattel: Selle Royal Rampage; Bauart: Patentstütze; Durchmesser: 31.6 mm; Typ: XLC AllMtn, Remote, Teleskop; Modell: DT Swiss H1900; Modell: Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evo SnakeSkin, 70-584; Modell: Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evo SnakeSkin, 70-584; Pedale: MTB Plattformpedal, Aluminium; Details: Yamaha PW-X Motor mit 80Nm, Yamaha Lithium Ionen mit 500 Wh, übersichtliches Yamaha LCD-X Display, aufwendig geformter Aluminium Hardtail-Rahmen , RockShox Revelation RC 120mm Federgabel mit Lockout, Magura MT4/MT5 Scheibenbremsen, Shimano XT 2x11 Schaltung , 27,5" DT-Swiss H1900 Laufräder, Haibike eConnect System zur Vernetzung mit deinem Smartphone
Futuristic, utopian, eccentric and always ahead of their time: Fast Forward tells the story of concept cars - from the 1930s to today. Cars do much more than take us from point A to B: they transport us into the future. Extraordinary vehicles anticipate design trends and make design accessible to the general public. Every epoch boasts its icons: from the eye-catchers of the American post-war era to the sports cars of the Space Age - which seemed more suitable for the Milky Way than for the roadway - to the self-propelled cars of the present. Turning the pages of Fast Forward and the timeline of concept cars unfolds through an alluring pairing of project images and stories from inside studio walls. Exclusive interviews with and insight from Adrian van Hooydonk, Head of BMW Design; Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler AG; Flavio Manzoni, Ferrari´s Head of Design; and other iconic and incendiary visionaries of mobility. Fast Forward showcases the past, present, and, in the true spirit of concept cars, the future of this intriguing and diverse realm; the possibilities seem endless and the future is evermore exciting.
Go on a 60-year ride with Harley-Davidson´s Sportster Things got a little weird in the American motorcycle industry after World War II. People hungered for new motorcycles, buying just about everything manufacturers could build. But on rare occasions a manufacturer produced a machine that nobody wanted. Such was the case with the Harley-Davidson Model K. The Model K had most of the features buyers wanted in a modern machine, like hand-operated clutches, foot-operated shifters, and cool-running aluminum heads, but it lacked perhaps the most important technological upgrade: a modern overhead-valve valve-train design. The Model K retained the antiquated side-valve design because of arcane AMA racing rules written when Harley-Davidson and Indian competed head-to-head on American racetracks, but by 1952 Indian was on its last legs. This should have made the Model K a massive sales success. What nobody counted on was the British bike invasion. Thanks to their modern overhead-valve engines, the lightweight British bikes humiliated the side-valve Harleys on the track and on the street. Upgrades to the Model K didn´t help; Harley finally relented and introduced a new overhead-valve middleweight for the 1957 model year. Dubbed the Sportster, it was everything the Model K was not. More importantly, it was faster than the British competition. Thus began the Sportster´s sixty-year reign. Harley-Davidson Sportster: Sixty Years tells the complete Sportster story. Noted Sportster expert Allen Girdler covers all the bikes--the XLCH, Café Racer, XR1000, XLX, 883, Iron, Forty-Eight, Seventy-Two, and Nightster--that have made the Sportster one of the most iconic motorcycles on earth.
The photos in this edition are black and white. Mopar B-Body Chrysler muscle cars built from the mid 60s to the late 70s include classic models such as the Charger, Road Runner, GTX, Super Bee, and Coronet. Automotive technology has vastly improved since these cars were manufactured, and therefore owners can now enjoy the muscle car experience with a comfortable ride, sharp handling, an efficient transmission, and many creature comforts. This book explains how to choose the ideal heads, cams, intake, and carb for a complete top-end performance package. In addition, the author discusses and explains the building of a stroker engine. When going fast, you must be able to stop, so substantial brake upgrades are a necessity. All the stock disc upgrades and aftermarket offerings are included, including Baer and Wilwood systems. Author Andrew Finkbeiner explains how to fabricate, as well as install, subframe connectors and upgrade K-frame members. A number of weight-saving techniques that vastly improve handling and performance are revealed. Finkbeiner also goes into detail on how to select proper performance components, upgraded steering boxes, overdrive transmissions, clutch, exhaust, electrical system upgrades, and so much more. This B-Body performance guide is a must-have for Mopar aficionados.
The love of fast cars has exploded - from a rebellious underground pastime it has become a huge worldwide cult - spawning its own sub cultures in music, art and fashion. Ten years in the making Speedseekers is the ultimate book on the world of Hot rods and Kustom Kulture. Author Alexandra Lier has spent a decade at the epicenter of the scene from the drag strips of Bakersfield to the Bonneville Salt Flats to Los Angeles´ most devotional garages, revving engines and burning rubber with the worlds foremost mechanics, racers and adrenaline junkies. Not just for gear heads, Speedseekers covers the music, the artists and pinstripers, and of course the pin-up girls. Peek under hoods and into interiors and meet the fascinating characters that have devoted their lives to the pursuit of the ultimate rush. Full color photographs and graphics throughout. More exciting than a nitro burning supercharged Hemi.
The photos in this edition are black and white. The small-block Chevy is widely known as the most popular engine of all time. Produced in staggering numbers and boasting huge aftermarket support, small blocks are the engine of choice for a large segment of the performance community. Originally published as two separate volumes, Small Block Chevy Performance 1955-1996 now covers the latest information on all Gen I and Gen II Chevy small blocks, this time in one volume. This book continues to be the best power source book for small-block Chevy. The detailed text and photos deliver the best solutions for making your engine perform. Extensive chapters explain proven techniques for preparing blocks, crankshafts, connecting rods, pistons, cylinder heads, and much more. Other chapters include popular ignition, carburetor, camshaft, and valvetrain tips and tricks.