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Haibike Trekking 6 2022 Mid

Haibike Electric Bikes

Haibike Trekking 6 Mid 2022


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E-Bike Key Specs


Yamaha 630Wh


Display A


Yamaha PW ST


30-140 miles


General Bike Specifications

Frame Alu 6061, Hydro Formed with Internal Cable Routing

Forks SR Suntour NEX E25-HLO Lockout 63mm

Brakes Alhonga HT474, aluminium

Shifters Shimano Deore M4100, trigger switch

Rear Mech Shimano Deore M4120, 10-speed

Cassette Shimano M4100, 11-42 teeth

Chain KMC e10S

Wheelset Schürmann Yak25, eyed, double-walled rim, aluminium

Tyres Schwalbe Al Grounder Performance, 60-584, reflex

Handlebars XLC Topflat 720mm

Stem XLC Alu, A-head

Headset Acros Cable integration

Seatpost XLC, patent, 31.6mm, aluminium

Saddle XLC Trekking

Weight 26.9 Kg

Electric Bike Specifications

Battery Yamaha Lithium Ionen 36 Volt, 630 Wh, with BMS Management

Display Yamaha Multi Switch, 2.8" TFT multi-functional LCD display with walk assistance

Motor Yamaha PW-ST Crank Drive 36V 250 Watt. 50 - 280% Assist, 70Nm

Range 30-140 miles of power-assisted range, depending on terrain




I’ve been riding this brilliant bike for 18 months and can find nothing but good comments to make. Didn’t realise the power available prior to buying the bike. This is a well made, reliable, well designed product which I would recommend to everybody.

RICHARD - Read more

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Overall very pleased

A few tips on mounting the handlebars would have been helpful, the manual is all in German, so no joy there. See YT for a lesson. Once I'd got it moving it was good, the display is bigger and brighter than my trek 4. The panier rack less good (there's no spring loaded insert). Through bolts on the rear wheel, but quick release on the front. Got a puncture after 30 miles, well, a failed Dunlop valve. Luckily there was a bike shop nearby to pump up the spare. Just waiting for some gromits to convert the wheel rim to some nicer presta valves, but everything else seems highly satisfactory.