For those who like to spend more time in the saddle, the P-7R will allow riders to reach up to 150km range as a pedelec, making sure you get to where you’re going and back again. Featuring a compact sine wave inverter coupled to the DC-1 display, riders have enough real time data for a reliable efficient ride, every time. Just like all Stealth models, the P-7R can be fully charged in under 3 hours from a standard 110V/240V household
Drive Train and Technology
With a conventional 9 speed gear train, the P-7 has a gear range low enough to climb steep hills or maintain pedal assistance at higher speeds. A concentric, roller
bearing swingarm pivot helps to minimise pedal bob, and reduces the number of moving/wearing suspension parts for added longevity.
The P-7R’s planetary driven, brushless DC hub motor is compact, lightweight and has enough low- down
torque to assist the rider up just about any hill. When coasting, the hub motor is able to freewheel with next to
no resistance, so getting caught out with a flat battery means an easy pedal home.
Front Travel: 180mm
Rear Travel: 250mm
Standard issue on the P-7R is SR Suntour’s premium single crown suspension fork, the Durolux R2C2. These 36mm forks combine air spring technology with high and low speed compression and rebound damping
for exceptional adjustability. On the rear, the P-7R uses SR Suntour’s LO-R8 UNair air shock which can be finely tuned specifically for each riders’ weight. It also features rebound adjustment and a handy 80% lockout
function for improved pedaling efficiency for those long road miles.
Front/ rear brake caliper: hydraulic 4 pistons Straight out of the box the P-7R comes standard with 4 piston Magura MT5 brakes clamping down on huge
203mm rotors. With just one finger on the brake levers riders can lay it down low through corners and stop on a dime, making the P-7R’s street handling nothing short