526% Reliability

The Rohloff SPEEDHUB enthuses cyclists across a vast spectrum of disciplines. The current move towards E-bike technology is no different. A SPEEDHUB / E-bike combination is surely one of the most efficient methods of transportation available.

Profit from the near perfect weight distribution, the even gear increments and a working efficiency greater than all other bicycle gear transmissions. And let’s not forget the huge overall gear ratio, low maintenance and extreme durability – even our pre-production SPEEDHUBs remain in full working order! No other bicycle transmission has to date proved itself capable of achieving such high mileages. It’s no wonder that touring cyclists place their faith in SPEEDHUB technology time and time again. Whereever you are around globe, why not trust the most reliable bicycle drivetrain available to ensure you cover every mile with a smile.

Ultimately a dream combination. Sport and SPEEDHUB. The Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 units have been mounted in winner’s bikes across a huge variety of disciplines. Countless MTB riders stepped onto the podium thanks to the reliability of their SPEEDHUB transmission.  National and International podiums alike. SPEEDHUB equipped fatbikes, MTB’s and tandems and seen success after success and that’s true as well for record breaking recumbents as well as downhill bikes, cargo bikes and velotaxis thanks to Rohloff quality and ability of the SPEEDHUB to cope with such enormous torque loads.

Lets not forget the role the SPEEDHUB plays in rehabilitation either – an area of cyclesport where functionality and dependability are equally crucial.

 

E-Bikes

Dream team pairing a mid-motor with SPEEDHUB

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Touring bikes

Ideal for globetrotters

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Professional bikes

Incredibly reliable - perfect for setting records

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Recreational bikes

Huge gear ratio range for daily use

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Sport News

This section lists the current achievements of our various sponsored athletes.

 

8th Stage: It Is Done - Exhausted But Happy - Finish At Lake Garda

The last day of this years TRANSALP came to a grand finale with 67km, 1,462m up-hill and nearly 3,000m down-hill. After 3:29:48 hours Michel Opper and Martin Mootz of Team Rohloff-Endorfin reached finally the finishing line in…

 

8th Stage: It Is Done - Exhausted But Happy - Finish At Lake Garda

The last day of this years TRANSALP came to a grand finale with 67km, 1,462m up-hill and nearly 3,000m down-hill. After 3:29:48 hours Michel Opper and Martin Mootz of Team Rohloff-Endorfin reached finally the finishing line in…

 

7th Stage: Hard Work Again - Short Before The End

Michael Opper already knew this stage from Transalp 2006, and he remembered well the long, long ascend to the Refugio Orso Bruno short before Madonna di Campiglio. Actually, a Transalp stage with only 47km seems not too bad, but…

 

7th Stage: Hard Work Again - Short Before The End

Michael Opper already knew this stage from Transalp 2006, and he remembered well the long, long ascend to the Refugio Orso Bruno short before Madonna di Campiglio. Actually, a Transalp stage with only 47km seems not too bad, but…

 

7th Stage: Hard Work Again - Short Before The End

Michael Opper already knew this stage from Transalp 2006, and he remembered well the long, long ascend to the Refugio Orso Bruno short before Madonna di Campiglio. Actually, a Transalp stage with only 47km seems not too bad, but…

 

7th Stage: Hard Work Again - Short Before The End

Michael Opper already knew this stage from Transalp 2006, and he remembered well the long, long ascend to the Refugio Orso Bruno short before Madonna di Campiglio. Actually, a Transalp stage with only 47km seems not too bad, but…

 

7th Stage: Hard Work Again - Short Before The End

Michael Opper already knew this stage from Transalp 2006, and he remembered well the long, long ascend to the Refugio Orso Bruno short before Madonna di Campiglio. Actually, a Transalp stage with only 47km seems not too bad, but…

 

6th Stage: Six Of Eight Stages Managed!

The last day's effort was worth-while: Michael Opper and Martin Mootz now could consolidate their position in the field with their continuing good performance today. For 72km and about 2,800m in altitude they were able to raise…

 

6th Stage: Six Of Eight Stages Managed!

The last day's effort was worth-while: Michael Opper and Martin Mootz now could consolidate their position in the field with their continuing good performance today. For 72km and about 2,800m in altitude they were able to raise…

 

6th Stage: Six Of Eight Stages Managed!

The last day's effort was worth-while: Michael Opper and Martin Mootz now could consolidate their position in the field with their continuing good performance today. For 72km and about 2,800m in altitude they were able to raise…

 

6th Stage: Six Of Eight Stages Managed!

The last day's effort was worth-while: Michael Opper and Martin Mootz now could consolidate their position in the field with their continuing good performance today. For 72km and about 2,800m in altitude they were able to raise…

 

6th Stage: Six Of Eight Stages Managed!

The last day's effort was worth-while: Michael Opper and Martin Mootz now could consolidate their position in the field with their continuing good performance today. For 72km and about 2,800m in altitude they were able to raise…

 

5th Stage: There - It Works!

This was definitely a king's stage: 106km, 3,461m in altitude uphill and 4,082m downhill and a maximal altitude of 2,301 metres - a matter for the real tough guys. Michael Opper and Martin Mootz could hold their ground in the…

 

5th Stage: There - It Works!

This was definitely a king's stage: 106km, 3,461m in altitude uphill and 4,082m downhill and a maximal altitude of 2,301 metres - a matter for the real tough guys. Michael Opper and Martin Mootz could hold their ground in the…

 

5th Stage: There - It Works!

This was definitely a king's stage: 106km, 3,461m in altitude uphill and 4,082m downhill and a maximal altitude of 2,301 metres - a matter for the real tough guys. Michael Opper and Martin Mootz could hold their ground in the…

 

5th Stage: There - It Works!

This was definitely a king's stage: 106km, 3,461m in altitude uphill and 4,082m downhill and a maximal altitude of 2,301 metres - a matter for the real tough guys. Michael Opper and Martin Mootz could hold their ground in the…

 

5th Stage: There - It Works!

This was definitely a king's stage: 106km, 3,461m in altitude uphill and 4,082m downhill and a maximal altitude of 2,301 metres - a matter for the real tough guys. Michael Opper and Martin Mootz could hold their ground in the…

 

4th Stage TransAlp: There Are Times When It Works Again!

A 25km long and tough ascend had to be managed at the beginning of the stage. For Martin Mootz and Michael Opper this meant hard work. Anyhow, they overtook the leading women's team and could find their place far in the front of…