I am on my fourth week waiting for two wires that may hopefully fix my Stromer st1 so it will actually work.
He means that if you go to Stromers webpage, the ST2 is no longer part of their catalogue, which means there's a chance parts are harder to come by, or that you might have a less than ideal relationship with your dealer, if you bought your bike used.Bluecat, what do you mean by “which is no longer on official sale “ ?
Well, I tried the R&M, and I wanted to like it. But it's more expensive than a Stromer, and it's not nearly as fun to ride. So I'll take my chancesI wouldn't buy a Stromer again unless you paid me or have countless time on your hands to wait for parts. I am on my fourth week waiting for two wires that may hopefully fix my Stromer st1 so it will actually work.. Maybe in Europe things are different and they have a good avenue of suppliers for parts.
If I had it all over to due again...I would buy a Riese and Muller e-bike.....its a much better built ebike with comfort in mind unlike Stromer.
Well, I might have good news after waiting 4 weeks for two replacement electrical wires for my stromer st1. I should have the bike back in running order by next week.....and guess what.....am going to sell it as fast as I can while it still works..lol...Stromer has lost me as a customer forever! There has to be a better e-bike company that will stand behind their products and which would like repeat business again in the future.Oh i see. Ty for reply. That’s too bad , b/c for only a 4 year old ebike not to fully support it anylonger is a no no in having long term customers.
Not everyone can purchase a 7.000$ ebike EVERY YEAR .
Between his imperfect English, and parables, it’s impossible to be sure what he means.Bluecat, what do you mean by “which is no longer on official sale “ ?
Between his imperfect English, and parables, it’s impossible to be sure what he means.
I’m curios what Bh did you get and also if you ever considered getting either the M1 Spitzing or the Greyp ?Ex Stromer fan, had 8 of them 0 worked well enough for my standards. All ran wonderfully when working. USA support has gone down hill. 2 different Local dealer gave up their brand 2 different times my bike was in for repairs . I recently had 3 bikes an st1 ,2, and 2s all in the shop at once leaving me nothing to ride , parts under warranty taking 2+ months. St1 still there, has no comm error, traded in the 2 for a bh motion and the s I spent 280 for labor and no parts this time while still under warranty at a Stromer dealer but not purchased there.
Just not worth the aggravation when spending more money on what is supposed to be an upper level brand
01, I wrote you previously that I bought a Nitro. We chatted a bit in another thread. My Nitro is ok but the torque sensor...it won’t go at a steady speed only faster. it stops supporting and then slows down and you pedal harder to get it engaged again then reparations , going all out runs fine.rides great!
court, the 2 had a bad reputation until the 2s and was supposed to be reliable....supposed to be!