Wildly popular Powerfly revamped with innovative integrated battery design, updated componentry

Trek has released a completely new edition of their electric mountain bike lineup, Powerfly. With demand for e-bikes surging, the all-new Powerfly sets a new standard for user-friendly integration. Exclusive to Trek’s Powerfly is the new Removable Integrated Battery (RIB) fully integrates the Bosch 500Wh PowerTube battery into the downtube allowing easy access to remove or install the battery thanks to a smarter interface, one-piece battery and cover, and built-in handle.

Trek designers addressed some of the biggest pain points of electric bike integrated batteries in the development of the new Powerfly. Placing it away from the areas of the bike that are often subjected to the dirt, mud, water, and other trail debris, removing Powerfly’s new battery for charging, security, or transport requires no tools for a cleaner, simpler process.

Powerfly is available in three families: Hardtail, Full Suspension (130mm), and Long Travel (150mm). New OCLV Mountain Carbon models in the Long Travel line enhances the bike’s integration and aesthetics while reducing weight and improving ride quality. A new Powerfly Sport hardtail model comes fully accessorized with fenders, rack, kickstand, and lights for riders who depend on their ride to be ready for any weather, any terrain, any time. Women’s models in both the full suspension and hardtail lineup offer women’s touchpoints for a better fit and a different aesthetic with alternate color options.

Major spec upgrades throughout the line, include more robust forks, more powerful 4-piston brakes, and tougher tires. All Powerfly models are powered by rugged Bosch Performance CX motors optimized for off-road use. With Trek’s proven mountain bike frame technology, and the industry’s best product protection, riders can hit the trail with complete confidence in the bike and the brand.

Most models are available now exclusively through Trek retailers with carbon Long Travel models expected to arrive in August.

Trek Bicycle Corporation

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