Stromer ST1 Platinum

Stromer ST1 Platinum (9 Reviews)

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The Stromer ST1 is available in two models from NYCeWheels: the Elite and the Platinum. Both of... more

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Product information "Stromer ST1 Platinum"
Battery: 522 Wh
Max Range: 45 mi
Speeds: 27
Weight: 62 lbs
Wheel Size: 26
Motor Type: RearHub
E-Bike Class: 3
The Stromer ST1 is leading the industry in design, performance, and power. Designed by the Swiss, these electric bikes are built to last.

Please note: not all combinations below are currently available. Please read descriptions carefully to avoid ordering a bike that is out of stock. Pricing reflects all bikes with 14ah batteries and B&M City Kits



The Stromer ST1 is available in two models from NYCeWheels: the Elite and the Platinum. Both of these electric bikes are strong performers. The main difference is that the Elite "Mountain 33" has higher torque but a slower top speed, at 20 MPH, while the Platinum can hit a blazing top speed of 27 MPH.

These Stromer ST1s are some of the fastest, sportiest electric bikes NYCeWheels offers. If you have any questions about them, just drop us an email or give us a call.

ST1 Platinum - Fastest bike in the store.

  • Geared for 27 mph top speed!
  • 14.5 AH Lithium battery
  • 9 speed / Shimano Sora
  • Suspension fork

 

The ST1 bikes are leading the way in high quality electric bikes. The design, tuning, and sheer motor power add up to a breath taking riding experience that will leave you wanting more and more.

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28 Oct 2016

10,000 miles ...

I have been riding my Stromer to work for almost 3 years, and I just got to 10,500 miles when the motor quit. Stromer decided that since I ride the bike so much, they are going to give me a free motor even though I am past the warranty. This is pretty nice of them! When I bought this bike, we sold one of our cars, and became a one car (and one electric bike) family.I has easily save the $4,000 that the stromer elite with city kit cost when taking into account car depreciation, insurance, registration, gas, etc. The ride of the stromer is really fun, and makes me feel like a kid again. Google maps says my one way commute is 1 h 26 min, 11.7 miles, with 1,024 ft elevation, but it only takes me 45 minutes with the stromer. I can tell you that this bike can handle hills, both up and down.

10 Oct 2016

Riding in style

I've only had my Stromer for a week but I have been riding every day. The bike is extremely stylish and the ride is very comfortable. I use the power assist on the larger hills and ride in "Eco" mode about halfway through my trek. I bought the bike because I'm in my late sixties and wanted a comfortable exercise routine. This is it! I'm really enjoying the handling, the speed and the ease of use.

31 Aug 2016

st1 platinum

pros and cons of st1:
1. recuperation mode (breaking using motor) starts only when you drain battery till 70%
2. when charge shows 10% bike turns off itself to keep battery alive (keep that in mind when traveling far away.
3. can't adjust wheel diameter if install thinner tires (it has option only 20,24,26 or 27" wheel). Pretty silly because Stromer doesn't produce bikes other than 26" wheels.
Pros:
1. simplisity. Nothing brakes on this bike.
2. great price
3. you don't create a traffic on busy streets and don't have to jump on a sidewalks on roads with high speed limit.

Range (my experience): riding alone with 20 mph= 40 miles MAX. Riding in a group with racing bikes 15 - 17mh=50 miles max.
I have st1 over 1 year and I'm happy having it!
Yes if you take a part with racing bikes you can catch some scowl sights and can be called a cheater but I bought this bike not to take it for a ride once a week. This is my work horse and I go shopping frequently on my way back home. Love it despite all weak points it has in comparison to St2.

2 Aug 2016

DaveS

Solid bike, lots of e-power! Arrived on time. Well packaged. I'm looking forward to many fun adventures and many years with this bike.

17 Jul 2016

ST1 Limited Edition

It's been just over 4 months of owning a Stromer ST1 Limited Edition. This post is long overdue; but, I wanted to ensure that I had enough mileage on the bike before formulating my review. First of all, there is no doubt in my mind that this bike is worth every penny and here's why. The cost benefit analysis is really simple. But, i'll start with the facts.

My normal commute to work is 8 miles each way. By car that takes me an average of 28 minutes. On my regular commuter bike, it took ~50 minutes along with A LOT of sweat (average speed of 10-12.5 mph). I've been commuting to work Mon-Fri on the Stromer since the first week of March. It takes me on average ~28 minutes without even trying hard; but, can make it there in 25 minutes (average speed of 15.5-17.5mph). Also, with the Stromer, I'm able to take the scenic route, which is about .5 miles shorter than the route by car. My commute by bike requires me to go up Laurel St (see pic), which is one of the steepest streets that I know of in the city. On my regular bike I have to walk up that hill. On the Stromer, I can ride up while staying seated. Don't get me wrong though, it's still a workout. As a matter of fact, within the first month of owning the Stromer, I lost 10 pounds. Since then, i've lost an additional 5 pounds & that's without dieting.

I average about 333 miles/month. The picture showing 1000 miles on my bike's odometer was taken exactly 3 months after getting the bike. I have not had any issues at all with the bike. It's extremely comfortable to ride compared to my other commuter bike. Oh...another amazing thing to mention is that I can ride the bike on flat sections without any electric assistance at 16-20 mph. That allows me to do the 16 miles of my commute each day in just over an hour total commute time (~32 minutes each way) while only using 25% of the battery (making it home with 75% of the battery remaining). If i'm feeling lazy (which is very often) I will make it home at the end of the day with 40% of the battery remaining from my 16 mile ride. That equates to a range of about 27-64 miles per charge. Which is pretty amazing considering my commute has almost 1000 feet of elevation climb each day.

Consider the costs vs. the benefits. Assume your pay is $10/hour, you spend an hour in the car each day commuting & barely have time to work out. With that, assume you pay $100/month on gas. That was me in January 2016, when I was the heaviest I've been in my life (235 pounds). With the Stromer, I've effectively gained an extra hour in my day. The commute on the Stromer takes just under an hour a day, but that also prevented me from spending an hour in the gym each day. What would normally be a painful 2 hours spent commuting and exercising, I'm now only spending an hour. Saving 5 hours a week, & applying my $10/hour wage, I can say I have effectively saved ~$300/month = [($10/day x 5 days/week x 4weeks/month) + $100gas]. That's a car payment. Within 10 months of owning the bike, that would be a savings of $3,000. Now, assuming you do this over next few years, those savings will just continue to go up. On top of that, the weight lost & the health gained, will add to your quality of life. Even if you don't consider the cost savings, the fact that you can gain back 250 hours of your life each year (5hrs/week x 50 weeks/yr) is like getting an extra 1 month of vacation time.

With all of that said. I would not hesitate at all to go out & get a Stromer. There is no need to feel guilty about getting yourself a nice bike that is going to allow you to take control of your life & give you extra time with your family & friends. This will be the best decision of your life.

17 Jul 2016

ST1 Limited Edition

It's been just over 4 months of owning a Stromer ST1 Limited Edition. This post is long overdue; but, I wanted to ensure that I had enough mileage on the bike before formulating my review. First of all, there is no doubt in my mind that this bike is worth every penny and here's why. The cost benefit analysis is really simple. But, i'll start with the facts.

My normal commute to work is 8 miles each way. By car that takes me an average of 28 minutes. On my regular commuter bike, it took ~50 minutes along with A LOT of sweat (average speed of 10-12.5 mph). I've been commuting to work Mon-Fri on the Stromer since the first week of March. It takes me on average ~28 minutes without even trying hard; but, can make it there in 25 minutes (average speed of 15.5-17.5mph). Also, with the Stromer, I'm able to take the scenic route, which is about .5 miles shorter than the route by car. My commute by bike requires me to go up Laurel St (see pic), which is one of the steepest streets that I know of in the city. On my regular bike I have to walk up that hill. On the Stromer, I can ride up while staying seated. Don't get me wrong though, it's still a workout. As a matter of fact, within the first month of owning the Stromer, I lost 10 pounds. Since then, i've lost an additional 5 pounds & that's without dieting.

I average about 333 miles/month. The picture showing 1000 miles on my bike's odometer was taken exactly 3 months after getting the bike. I have not had any issues at all with the bike. It's extremely comfortable to ride compared to my other commuter bike. Oh...another amazing thing to mention is that I can ride the bike on flat sections without any electric assistance at 16-20 mph. That allows me to do the 16 miles of my commute each day in just over an hour total commute time (~32 minutes each way) while only using 25% of the battery (making it home with 75% of the battery remaining). If i'm feeling lazy (which is very often) I will make it home at the end of the day with 40% of the battery remaining from my 16 mile ride. That equates to a range of about 40-64 miles per charge. Which is pretty amazing considering my commute has almost 1000 feet of elevation climb each day.

Consider the costs vs. the benefits. Assume your pay is $10/hour, you spend an hour in the car each day commuting & barely have time to work out. With that, assume you pay $100/month on gas. That was me in January 2016, when I was the heaviest I've been in my life (235 pounds). With the Stromer, I've effectively gained an extra hour in my day. The commute on the Stromer takes just under an hour a day, but that also prevented me from spending an hour in the gym each day. What would normally be a painful 2 hours spent commuting and exercising, I'm now only spending an hour. Saving 5 hours a week, & applying my $10/hour wage, I can say I have effectively saved ~$300/month = [($10/day x 5 days/week x 4weeks/month) + $100gas]. That's a car payment. Within 10 months of owning the bike, that would be a savings of $3,000. Now, assuming you do this over next few years, those savings will just continue to go up. On top of that, the weight lost & the health gained, will add to your quality of life. Even if you don't consider the cost savings, the fact that you can gain back 250 hours of your life each year (5hrs/week x 50 weeks/yr) is like getting an extra 1 month of vacation time.

With all of that said. I would not hesitate at all to go out & get a Stromer. There is no need to feel guilty about getting yourself a nice bike that is going to allow you to take control of your life & give you extra time with your family & friends. This will be the best decision of your life.

19 Jan 2016

Stromer ST1

Second bicycle purchase at this store(have a Brompton too). The staff were very helpful as usual. I Had a problem with the charger, they resolved it by replacing it. Impressed with the product support from the staff, glad I purchased it here.

18 Jan 2016

Excelent

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9 Jan 2016

Awesome

This is a pricey machine but it is well worth it. Last year I bought a slightly cheaper competitor model from REI (who were great and accepted the return no questions asked), and it gave trouble literally from the get go - I had the REI maintenance guys plagued. I have no trouble from two ST1s (wife, and me), they are rugged, well built, reliable machines. I have not had to consult help from Stromer, but I believe customer service is good, and NYCE wheels promised they would take care of us too! It is a joy to ride.

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