Trek Alliant +7 SPORT With 6 Detailed Colored Pictures CLASS # 3

Rick53

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Trek Alliant +7 Sport and Alliant + 7 Step Thru Sport Comes with New 28 MPH Step Thru New CX Performance 20 MPH

WEIGHT 47 LBS

I was told available By End of February 2020


Upright Comfort Riding Position

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JRA

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Comes with New 28 MPH Step Thru New CX Performance 20 MPH

Huh?

As a long time rider of eBikes with 28mph performance capability I would say that while that bike, given it has the correct motor series certified by Bosch, might reach 28mph on level ground with a tailwind it won't do it for long as the volts will disappear really fast on an upright style bike especially factoring the air resistance. Also the fact that what looks like a 46t chainring at best mated to an 11t rear cog you will be at the outer edge of the gear ratio optimum efficiency.
 

Rick53

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Comes with New 28 MPH Step Thru New CX Performance 20 MPH

Huh?

As a long time rider of eBikes with 28mph performance capability I would say that while that bike, given it has the correct motor series certified by Bosch, might reach 28mph on level ground with a tailwind it won't do it for long as the volts will disappear really fast on an upright style bike especially factoring the air resistance. Also the fact that what looks like a 46t chainring at best mated to an 11t rear cog you will be at the outer edge of the gear ratio optimum efficiency.
Guess I should have been more Clear :


The Trek Alliant +7S or Men's Sport will be available with Both The NEW Bosch Performance Speed, 75 Nm, 28 mph / 45 kph and the New Performance line CX

The Trek Alliant +7 Step Thru will be available with just the New CX

I have spoken with 3 different people at Trek on the Phone and 2 Thru the Online Chat Option : All 5 told be the same thing
 

Rick53

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Trek mentions the 2020 Allant+ 7 in its Polish website and clearly states it is a Class 1 bike. Are you sure it is a Class 3 bike @Rick53?
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I spoke with 5 different people at Trek USA . I am in the United States : All 5 people told me the Step over Alliant +7S Will be available with a Class 3 Option as Well as Class 1 . Which is the Same as the Alliant 8S is available in

The Step thru version will be Class 1 only Motor Option ::

Sadly What's Available to You guys is Different for Us.

When I was Told it would Come standard with
NEW Bosch Performance Speed, 75 Nm, 28 mph / 45 kph I was surprised Myself. So I've been researching and Making Phone Calls :

I used to Work in the Bike Industry : It's been 20 plus Years ago But I still have Connections that pay off now and then. I wanted to make sure I had the Right Info before Posting It .
 

Rick53

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How could it be a Class 3 e-bike if the motor is not Bosch Performance Speed?
Because I didn't have a Picture of the New Performance Speed Motor So I just Posted the CX . Both Motors is what I was Told. Same as Alliant 8 has :

It's going to Cost what the Alliant 8 Costs It's basically teh same Bike with Suspension Fork and More UPRIGHT : Like the Verve
 

GuruUno

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Well, if this is in reality the real replacement for a Super Commuter, then it is a no brainer if it can be had with the same motor that is on the 9.9. I'll save a boat load of money and maybe the shifter will be better? Can't wait to try it out.
 

Oberst

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Anxious to see it here. If the step through is the same as on UK site, my wife may get it. Hopefully will have a real rack and not the useless one the US models have if you want to use a trunk bag.
 

Rick53

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Anxious to see it here. If the step through is the same as on UK site, my wife may get it. Hopefully will have a real rack and not the useless one the US models have if you want to use a trunk bag.
If you have the right guide you could tap holes to mount a rack easily : I did it on a Bike a few times : You can make a template : But you have to tap the Holes : LBS could easily do it