Trefecta RDR electric bike now available for pre-order

Futuristic e-bike available from €6,990 to early investors

An electric bike originally designed for use by police forces can now be pre-ordered by the public.


The Trefecta RDR stands as the more affordable version of Trefecta’s colossally powerful DRT bike, which was originally designed for military use. For a closer look at the Trefecta RDR, head across to our coverage from earlier in the year.

Since its public debut at Eurobike 2019, Trefecta has worked with anti-lock braking specialists Blubrake to offer a version of its electric bike with Blubrake’s integrated ABS as standard.

Indiegogo investors are currently being offered the chance to snap up the Trefecta in its most basic form at €6,990 – a 30 per cent reduction in its €9,990 retail price.

Just 20 Trefecta RDRs will be up for sale through a variety of pledges, ranging from single bikes in different specifications right through to a fleet of five bikes for €37,000.

Those who want to support the cause but don’t want to invest in a bike can also choose from a range of Trefecta branded merchandise.

Trefecta RDR prototype electric bike
The company is aiming to deliver the first bikes in March 2020.
Oli Woodman / Immediate Media

Trefecta says the funds raised by the sales are needed to complete the RDR project and start mass production, and changes to the frame, powertrain and electronics will be necessary to make this happen.


At the time of writing, the Trefecta RDR Indiegogo campaign has already raised 30 per cent of its £150,104 goal..