This year again, LEVA-EU Member QWIC is in a winning mood. The Dutch manufacturer of e-bikes has several winning models on top of a variety of positive test reports. Qwic is not only succesful in the Netherlands and Belgium but also receives a warm welcome in Germany, where no less than 7 of their electric bicycles won prizes.
The performance Series for instance has won several awards in Germany. For both magazines ElektroRad and RadTouren the new Performance MD11 is the big winner. This sporty model was not only the test winner but also received the quality label “buying recommendation“. The MD11 is a very harmonious touring bike: frame, components, gearing system and controls fit seamlessly together.
The Permormance MA11 was another hit both in the Netherlands and Germany. In their annual bicycle test, the Dutch newspaper “Algemeen Dagblad” labelled the bike “Very Good” and ElektroRad as “Good”.
The Premium MN7 receives good grades for the second year in a row. The Algemeen Blad rates the bike “Very good” in their annual test, which made him second in the category “city bike with a price ranging from € 1,500 to € 2,499“. The good rating is thanks to its neat finish, powerful support and silent motor. No less than 90% of the testers recommend this bike.
The Premium MN8, the more luxurious version of the MN7, has also won prizes for the second year in a row. Extra Energy, a German organization that has been testing electric bikes independently since 1992, choose the Premium MN8s electric bike in the “Classic” category as the winner of the test.
This year, QWIC has added the Premium MN8 Belt with belt drive to the collection: a successful newcomer. Both the Algemeen Dagblad and the ANWB have awarded this high-quality e-bike with a great assessment (AD: Very Good, ANWB: 4 out of 5 stars).
QWIC has also launched a new electric folding bike. The Compact MN7 is compact folding bike with a strong mid-engine offering optimum comfort, according to ElektroBike. The Compact MN7 has thus received the “Buying recommendation” from the German ElektroBike. The Algemeen Dagblad rates the Compact MN7 rated “Very Good” and the German magazine Focus with a “Good“.