Hand-picking the most reliable aluminum material to undergo 500 tons of high-pressure die-casting, our frames are meticulously made to last a lifetime. With a design focus on making the bike as light and accessible as possible, the sleek shapes and geometry of Triton’s frame contribute to its exceptional maneuverability.
RELIABLE MOTOR POWER
We take pride on the in-house development of our First-Generation Kreutzer Mid Drive motors. Having developed the Kreutzer motor fully by ourselves, we’re extremely confident in its durability and power. We are so confident in its performance; we offer a 5-year warranty on every single one of our Kreutzer motors. If you seek an elegant and refined ride, our motors are sure to provide a powerful yet smooth and silent boost.
LONGEST LASTING BATTERY
Designing our frames and drive systems in-house allows us to confidently say we hold the largest capacity for integrated batteries in the industry. Which means you get to elegantly ride our e-bikes much longer without compromising the bike’s sleek designs with a bulky battery sticking out! For a limited time, we’re offering our largest integrated battery capacity with no additional costs if you sign up today.
As e-bike technologies continue to evolve, accessing their features become an increasingly confusing process for users. But not on the Triton! Our super intuitive displays are not only easy to use and understand, but also designed to be extremely accessible even when riding. With anti-theft options such as a 4-digit password on the display to unlock the e-bike’s electronics and a GPS locator app on Triton, its elegance is ensured to be experienced only by you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Which frame height is suitable for me?
To give you an idea of the suitable frame height for your electric bicycle, you can use the following table:
Body length -- Frame height
150-165 cm -- 46
155-170 cm -- 49
160-180 cm -- 51/53
170-190 cm -- 56/57
185-195 cm -- 61
190-210 cm -- 65
The correct frame height depends on a number of factors such as your body proportions and the chosen model. That is why we always recommend having your electric bicycle measured by a VanDijck dealer. He will be happy to help you choose the perfect adjustment for your e-bike
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What kind of engine do I need?
The suitable type of motor for your electric bicycle depends on your personal preference. The two most common electric bicycle motors are described below.
Mid-engine electric bicycle
An electric bicycle with a mid-engine is considered by many to be a very nice option. Because the motor is located in the middle of the frame, the electric bicycle has a stable road holding and cycling feels very natural. A mid-motor electric bicycle uses a pedal force sensor. When you put a lot of force on the pedals, the motor will also provide more support. If you are cruising slowly and need less support, the mid-engine will adjust accordingly.
Electric bike with front wheel motor
A front-wheel motor electric bicycle brings a different riding experience; you are, as it were, pulled forward. The front-wheel motor is usually more suitable for people who need extra support when accelerating, such as people with joint problems. Front wheel motors are driven by a rotation sensor. This means that the support starts, with a slight delay, when you start pedaling and does not take into account the force you exert.
Can I try out a VanDijck bicycle?
Yes. You can always contact our trusted sales outlets for a test drive without obligation.