I have an electric bike with a Bosch engine (Performance Line) and a Nyon Computer.

My eBike Connect app (on iPhone) is able to connect to the Nyon (see screenshot)

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but no activities are synchronised

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although on the Nyon the activities are present

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Is there a way to make the app see the activities on the Nyon?

  • When voting down it would be nice to comment.
    – Matteo
    Commented Jan 28, 2015 at 6:37
  • While questions regarding eBikes are currently fine in this community, there is still probably something of a divide regarding whether or not they should qualify as a bicycle. Commented Feb 2, 2015 at 21:14
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    @ChrisinAK I get you point but they are bicycles. The engine just gives you an addition but you still have to pedal. And there is even a tag "electric-bike".
    – Matteo
    Commented Feb 3, 2015 at 6:41
  • In my opinion they aren't. Once you add anything besides human power to a bicycle, it is no longer a bicycle. It's just an opinion, but not likely to change. Commented Feb 3, 2015 at 18:38
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    This is not the place for this conversation. It is irrelevant whether you consider it a bicycle @ChrisinAK, since as you yourself stated, questions about eBikes are acceptable at the moment. If you want to change that, take it to Meta. Don't attack an individual OP.
    – zenbike
    Commented May 25, 2015 at 11:08

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When you remove the Nyon from your bike, don't turn it off, as removing it from the bike is its signal to transfer data by bluetooth to your phone. It then turns itself off automatically after 5 mins.


After posting a (negative) comment on Facebook I finally got a contact email address: [email protected]

They were very quick and confirmed the problems. They will release a fix soon.

Es tut uns leid, aber wir habenmit den Aktivitäten ein wenig Probleme. Wir arbeiten mit Hochdruck daran, diese zu beheben.Wir bitten Sie deshalb hier, umein wenig Geduld. Sorry

Not a solution yet, but at least I will stop trying to fix the problem.

  • That appears to be German, but I'm not certain. It would be most helpful if you would add a second quote block showing a translation to English.
    – FreeMan
    Commented May 31, 2016 at 17:33

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