I wouldn't like the new fly-on, albeit heading in a direction that may give us more range in miles.
The Zesty, think I may have chose this bike a few years ago if it had been around.
I think good things coming from the world of E-MTB's the more stuff they come up with the better.
Couldn't agree more argoose.
Got up early today to nice a morning to miss out on given the recent yucky weather and did a 30 miler on the haibike. Country lanes, as much single track as able to around here, demanding hill climbs, elevation on 1385 ft and then back home, bike cleaned and now sitting and chillin. With both of us being nurses we sometimes don't get to go out together for 12 maybe 14 days. next time off to do mountain biking will be next weekend so it's useful int the interim to stay as fit as possible. The Haibike (no fly-on though) still serves a purpose.
The new HaiBike FlyOn which features the TQ motor has just been tested. It is great for acceleration but will obviously reach the usual limit of 25kph just like all EBikes. Unfortunately it used the juice quicker because of its available high acceleration and it's weight of 62 pounds (yes that weight is correct !) This despite the carbon frame. There are some great innovations on the bike like the display and the built in lights but it is a step back with that weight. We need range and low weight. Order cancelled !