The Stealth P-7R’s power delivery comes via its twist grip throttle in similar way to a regular motorcycle. Pilots have the ability to increase torque, acceleration and efficiency by using the pedals to assist the motor in high load situations. With up to 100km range, the P-7R’s standard battery has enough capacity to suit most riders’ needs.
For those who like to spend more time in the saddle, the P-7R’s upgraded 1500Wh battery can carry riders up to 150km on a single charge, keeping you out on the trail for longer.
The P-7R’s compact sine wave inverter coupled to Stealth’s signature DC-1 display give riders all of the feedback they need, with real time data and statistics for a reliable efficient ride.
Using any 110V/240V household outlet, the P-7R can be fully charged and ready to ride again in under 3 hours.
P-7R come standard with SR Suntour’s premium Durolux 36mm suspension fork which combines air spring technology with high and low speed compression damping for exceptional adjustability andd compliance at higher speeds.
On the rear, the P-7R uses SR Suntour’s highest spec DUAIR, air shock which can be finely tuned specifically for each riders weight and riding style. Rebound adjustment and a handy 80% lockout function make for improved pedaling efficiency on smoother trails when you want to really work up a sweat.
Straight out of the box the P-7R comes standard with 4 piston Magura MT5 brakes clamping down on huge 203mm rotors. This is the same braking system used on the bigger and heavier Stealth B-52. 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 maneuvering ability nothing short of phenomenal.
All Stealth Electric Bike chassis’ are built for speed and the P-7R is no exception. Using the same aircraft grade CroMoly alloys as its counterparts, the P-7R takes light weight ruggedness to the next level.
Dimensionally the Stealth P-7R is the smallest in the range, with enough adjustability to suit most riders ranging from 162cm (5’4”) up to 193cm (6’4”) and a maximum weight of 120kg.
The P-7R’s footprint shares a similar profile to that of a medium size downhill mountain bike meaning that you can still load it on to your bike rack, or easily transport it in an elevator or small van.