Trek brackets & hardware kit for Powertube battery (Allant bicycle)

tomeng70

New Member
Region
USA
Hi Folks,

I've been using my allant+ 8s as my bike commuter and really like the bike. I've had it for about a year now and use it to do a 24 mile round trip commute to/from work.

I recently ordered a spare Bosch 625 Powertube battery from my Trek retailer. I have the cover plate, but did not realize (nor did the Trek retailer) that I also have to order a Trek top and bottom bracket for the battery, plus a hardware kit with the fasteners.

I see the top and bottom brackets for sale on the Trek website, but I don't see the hardware (fastener) kit. Does anyone have a part number that I could give to my retailer to order the kit?

Or, does anyone know what types of screws are needed (I guess I can also get them from my local hardware store).

I'd prefer to buy the screws from Trek, even if it might be a little pricier. I've had issues getting the right stainless metric bolts and fasteners for my bikes in the past from the hardware store.

Thanks!

Tom
 

Sefutau2020

Member
Region
USA
Greetings. I am also a new Trek Allant+ 8s owner, and was wondering how the range is in ECO mode? Please share when you get a chance. Thanks.
 

fooferdoggie

Well-Known Member
on flat ground with a average of 16.5 mph some stop and go and me putting out 137 watts on average I get about 52 miles. thats cruising around 18mph.
 

Sefutau2020

Member
Region
USA
Thank you very much. I just purchased the bike and it has been storming in my area, so I have not had a chance to test it out yet. On my Giant Explore, which has a 500 watt battery and 60nm of torque, on my usual 50 mile ride, I can get 80 miles out of a full charge in all ECO. This is pushing along at 15 to 16mph for the average over the entire ride. That bike has the Yamaha motor, which has been great. I am hoping to get similar mileage out of the Bosch. Thank you for taking the time to share this information with me. All the best and take care.