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Haibike Flyon AllTrail

The wait is finally here, we have just received our first Electric Haibike Flyon Alltrail bike. The first one to land is the XDURO Alltrail 5.0 e-bike.

This is a carbon hardtail with 140mm of travel. At the heart of this pedelec bike is a Flyon motor system developed by TQ-systems. This delivers a maximum torque of 120Nm. Range comes from a 630Wh lithium battery contained in a bulging cylindrical down tube.

This makes for a very powerful ebike and is going to take you up almost any hill no matter your fitness. On our first tests we found it very easy to ride above 15mph on a step hill without significant effort.


There are 7 modes, walk mode, Eco, Low, Mid, High and Extreme. Each level changes the screen colour on the impresive display and delivers increasing amounts of assistance.

The computer screen and data available is extensive. There’s a nice options to see how much power the motor is delivering Vs how much the rider is putting in. Its also nice to see some security being added to the display which locks out the power options on start up or stand by. It doesnt stop the bike being riden but if someone jumped on it and tried to ride up they aren’t going to get away to quickly.


The battery can be charged without removing it, but is also quite easy to remove by cliping off the bottom cover and unlocking the battery with the key.

Haibike’s eConnect also comes as standard so you can track the location of your bike and get a warning if it moves as well as crash sensors to alert someone by text in an emergency.

There are a variety of options avalaible on all the bikes some of which are standard depending on the model, these include a 5000 lument front light, built in rear lights and pannier racks.

We can source any bike from the Haibike range. Prices start from £4399, if you would like to find out more and have a test ride please call in and get in touch

Here’s the full range

Haibike XDURO Alltrail 5.0 Hardtail

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