New off-road and homologated 2022 Stealth’s electric range

 New off-road and homologated 2022 Stealth’s electric range

After signing strategic partnerships earlier this year with C-Creative of San Marino for the design and development of its new vehicle platforms.

And also Vmoto Soco Italia for the synergic effect of the sales and after-sales network in Italy.Stealth’s new products are set to change the way we think about lightweight personal mobility and off-road recreation. 

Technology, reliability, and performance are the critical areas on which the company has focused. Its attention to create a mechanically perfect product and make the riding experience even more exciting.

They have made Technical improvements in several areas, from CrMo monocoque chassis to the high torque direct-drive hub motors.

Stealth Electric bikes

B-52s

Features

The frame and swingarm on the H-52, F-37 and B-52 models have been completely redesigned with updated geometries. And improved ergonomics to improve high-speed stability with providing a more comfortable cockpit for the rider. 

Handling over rough terrain has also improved significantly with updated suspension. And the wheel diameters increased from 24″ to 27.5″ across the board. 

As for the brakes the company had dropped the traditional MTB braking systems favouring motocross derived brakes and 250mm rotors. Ensuring shorter stopping distances, more precise lever control and no chance of brake fade on the gnarly downhill trails.

Stealth Electric bikes

F-37

The high torque, direct-drive hub motors used on the H-52’s, F-37’s B-52’s have all undergone several optimisations with improvements in cooling provided. By a combination of circumferential heat transfer fins and ferromagnetic cooling technology.   

They have improved the throttle mapping and power delivery  to provide operators with more control and a much smoother ride.

On both the H-52 and B-52 variants, the most powerful in the range. NCM has improved the battery to increase energy density and overall capacity and range by up to 25%.

Stealth Electric bikes

F-37s

Availability

The latest Stealth B-52s (available in Q1 of 2022) will no longer use the traditional Suntour 9 speed Vbox. And be replaced by Stealth’s proprietary Hex Box transmission. 

Tougher than ever, the Hex Box’s oil bath transmission provides new B-52 pilots with six pedals speeds. All controlled by a new electromechanical gear shifting mechanism.  

Doing away with the old fashioned cable operated gear shifter simplifies the system. And has its in-built power source. Which will allow pilots to continue to shift gears even after the main traction battery gets depleted.  

Stealth Electric bikes

H-52

The off-road range currently consists of the following versions: P-7, P-7R, F-37 and H-52. Which will be available from the beginning of December from Stealth dealers across the world and will be followed up by the B-52. And will come online early in 2022.

Homologated variants

As an extension to the family, Stealth will be introducing L1eB homologated variants known as the H-52S, B-52S and F-37S. And fall into the same registration category as most 50cc motorcycles/scooters across Australia, Europe and the UK. 

Stealth Electric bikes

P-7

The new “S” models will benefit from all of the technical improvements made to the off-road models. With the addition of lights, indicators, mirrors, mudguards, and license plates to meet the vehicle’s registration requirements.

The homologated variants will be available at Stealth dealers from March 2022 

 We look forward to seeing you at EICMA, Hall 22 stand Q20, to see the new Stealth Electric Bikes live with Giovanni Castiglioni.And Adrian Morton at your disposal to show you this first step of Stealth’s future mobility strategy. 

via Stealth

 

  

 

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