Riding modes – just as you would like them.

The topo range and range information from Nyon lets you plan each of your rides to perfection. We'll show you how to use the information to choose the best possible route to your destination.

Step 1

When planning your route, let the Topo Range feature show you your current range. This is always related to the selected mode and the current battery level.

Step 2

First attach your Nyon and the remote to your eBike and then go to the 'Maps' screen.
Press on the arrow at the bottom left.

Step 2

A bar opens.
Press the battery symbol to see your topo range.

Step 3

The topo range is highlighted on the map. The marking is based on the current riding mode (in this case 'Tour') and the battery status, depending on the terrain topography.
If you now change the mode using the plus and minus buttons on your remote, the topo range will also change.

Step 3

ECO mode: Effective support with maximum efficiency for the greatest range. 

Step 3

TOUR mode: Uniform support for rides with long ranges.

Step 3

eMTB mode: Powerful support for universal usage for both sporty riding as well as fast commuting in city traffic.

Step 3

TURBO mode: Direct, maximum power support up to the highest cadences for sporty riding.

Step 4

In addition to the topo range, the Nyon also offers range information while you are riding.
To see this, you need to go back to the 'Map' screen. You can then enter your destination using the magnifying glass and select a route.

Step 4

To make additional settings for your route, press 'Plan'.

Step 4

Press here to go to the elevation profile. 

Step 5

The range information shows you how much battery power you have left to reach your destination.
The coloured battery and bar give you better guidance. The colour of the two elements has different meanings and depends on the route and the selected riding mode. 

Step 5

If the battery and the bar are green, you can easily reach your destination in the selected mode with a battery level above 30%.

Step 5

If the battery and the bar are green, you can easily reach your destination in the selected mode with a battery level above 30%.

Step 5

If the battery and bar are orange, the battery level will be less than 30% when the destination is reached.

Step 5

If the battery and bar are orange, the battery level will be less than 30% when the destination is reached.

Step 5

If the battery and bar are red, the battery level will be less than 15% when the destination is reached. A more economical mode would be advisable in this case. 

Note:
When it reaches a specific battery level, the motor automatically switches to backup mode. However, this depends on the eBike components, such as the battery size. 

Step 5

If the battery and bar are red, the battery level will be less than 15% when the destination is reached. A more economical mode would be advisable in this case. 

Note:
When it reaches a specific battery level, the motor automatically switches to backup mode. However, this depends on the eBike components, such as the battery size. 

Step 5

If the battery and bar are red and have a grey area on the right side, the current battery level is not sufficient to reach the destination. You must now either recharge or select a more economical mode. 

Note:
When it reaches a specific battery level, the motor automatically switches to backup mode. However, this depends on the eBike components, such as the battery size. 

Step 5

If the battery and bar are red and have a grey area on the right side, the current battery level is not sufficient to reach the destination. You must now either recharge or select a more economical mode. 

Note:
When it reaches a specific battery level, the motor automatically switches to backup mode. However, this depends on the eBike components, such as the battery size. 

Time to get started!

Have fun on your next eBike trip and remember to select the right mode for your route!