bike :CLASSIFICATION

Every bicycle was developed and built for a specific use or area of application. The classification explains these areas of application and provides information about the maximum permissible total weight. The total weight is made up of the weight of the bike, the rider fully dressed and the luggage.

Classification of bicycles - Field of Operation

Please select and class below for additional information

  • Class 1 - Field of Operation

    Class 1 bicycles may only be used for asphalt, concrete or paved roads and paths. Permanent ground contact of the wheelsets must be guaranteed. The bike is not suitable for jumps and drops as well as acrobatic acts. The maximum permissible total weight is 110kg (bike, driver, luggage).

    WARNING

    If a bike is exposed to higher loads than we recommend in the respective class, this can damage the material and even break it. A damaged bike can no longer be controlled and can cause serious falls. Therefore, please only use your bike in the area of use approved by us. If you are unsure about this, please contact our service team.

  • Class 2 - Field of Operation

    The field of operation for bicycles of class 2 includes class 1 as well as unpaved, but surfaced and firm paths and gravel roads with moderate inclines. This can lead to contact with uneven terrain and loss of tire contact with the ground, which requires appropriate driving technique. Drops of up to 15 cm are allowed, e.g. curbs. Higher drops as well as jumps and acrobatic acts are not permitted. The maximum permissible total weight is 110kg (bike, driver, luggage).

    WARNING

    If a bike is exposed to higher loads than we recommend in the respective class, this can damage the material and even break it. A damaged bike can no longer be controlled and can cause serious falls. Therefore, please only use your bike in the area of use approved by us. If you are unsure about this, please contact our service team.

  • Class 3 - Field of Operation

    The area of application for class 3 bikes includes class 1 and 2 as well as rough trails with small obstacles and bumpy unpaved roads that require good riding technique. Jumps and drops are permitted up to a maximum height of 60cm (24 "), provided that the appropriate riding technique is available. The bike is not suitable for acrobatic activities. The maximum permissible total weight is 110kg (bike, driver, luggage).

    WARNING

    If a bike is exposed to higher loads than we recommend in the respective class, this can damage the material and even break it. A damaged bike can no longer be controlled and can cause serious falls. Therefore, please only use your bike in the area of use approved by us. If you are unsure about this, please contact our service team.

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Subject to technical modification without notice.
Errors and omissions excepted.