Where can I test ROTWILD models?
Where can I find explanations of the ROTWILD technologies?
Where can I find data on the frame geometry for the models?
How does ROTWILD test frames and components?
As part of the development process, new developments are extensively tested both on test benches and in practice.
ROTWILD bikes fulfill the current safety standards on the basis of:
- ISO 4210 (MTB, racing bike, trekking)
- EN 15195 (EPAC)
- EFBe EPAC Tri -Test
The ROTWILD E-MTBs also fulfill the
- DIN EN ISO 12100:2010 Safety of machinery
- DIN EN 15194:2009+A1:2011 Electrically assisted wheels
- EPAC and Directive 2006/42/EC Machinery.
Why doesn’t ROTWILD publish any weights of bicycles or frames?
Frame: There are no uniform guidelines on how to determine the frame weight (headset, axles, etc.). In this respect, the values given are only comparable to a limited extent.
Complete bike: Every component on the bike has weight variations. It is therefore difficult to give a serious indication of the total weight without a tolerance indication. To obtain an exact weight indication, we recommend weighing the bike at the dealer's premises.