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ASOMTOM E300 Step-Through All-Terrain Mountain Fat Tire Electric Bike

Looking for an electric bike that can handle any terrain, including rough mountain trails? Look no further than the ASOMTOM E300 Step-Through All-Terrain Mountain Electric Bike. With its powerful 750W BAFANG motor and sturdy 6061 frame, this bike is up for any challenge you throw its way.

The E300 features a step-through frame design for easy on and off, ensuring a comfortable and safe ride. It also comes equipped with high-quality hydraulic brakes and a hydraulic front suspension, allowing you to fully control the bike even on rough terrain.

The 750W BAFANG motor provides plenty of power to conquer steep hills and rugged mountain trails, while the maximum torque of 85Nm ensures a smooth ride. The motor has multiple levels of electric assistance, so you can adjust the level of assistance based on your riding conditions and preferences.

In addition to its impressive motor, the ASOMTOM E300 Step-Through All-Terrain Mountain Electric Bike is also equipped with a 48V 15A lithium battery, providing up to 60 miles of range. The bike also features a SHIMANO 7-speed shift system, allowing you to adjust gears as needed to match your riding style and the terrain you’re on.

Overall, the ASOMTOM E300 Step-Through All-Terrain Mountain Electric Bike is a versatile and reliable electric bike that can handle any adventure you have in mind. Whether you’re hitting the mountain trails or commuting to work, this bike is the perfect choice.

Worry no more about shipping fees when you shop with us! We offer free shipping to the lower 48 states in the U.S. as our way of showing appreciation to our valued customers, and it only takes 3-5 days to arrive. However, please note that at this time, we are only able to offer free shipping to the lower 48 states and do not ship to other areas in the U.S. or other countries.

At Asomtom Ebikes, we have utmost confidence in the quality of our electric bikes. That’s why we offer a hassle-free return policy for defect-free or undamaged bikes within 15 days of delivery. However, if you need to return the bike, it must be sent back in its original packaging, so please make sure to keep the original packaging properly. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, you can contact us. Shop with confidence today and experience the joy of riding our high-quality electric bikes!

Asomtom bikes come with a manufacturer’s warranty that covers all manufacturing defects for 2 years for the original owner. Please note that the warranty does not cover free accessories provided with the bike.

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Engineered to put safety first

Our brake handle comes equipped with a power-off function that ensures maximum safety during emergencies.

On rough terrain, our hub axle remains sturdy and reliable, preventing wheel detachment and providing superior safety.

Protect yourself and the environment with our electric bike’s zero voltage charging port, which significantly reduces the risk of fires and burning.checked.

Our dual hydraulic brakes offer superior braking performance, providing greater control and shorter braking distances precisely when you need them.

Powerful Peak 1000W Brushless BAFANG Motor

Equipped with a 750W motor that can reach up to 1000W peak power and 85NM of torque, this Ebike is perfect for navigating through city blocks, light trails, and dirt roads. With a top speed of 28 mph via pedals and the ability to climb 30° hills with ease, you can conquer any road or off-road adventure while reducing stress on your knees and thighs. The high-speed brushless geared hub motors allow you to effortlessly handle even the roughest terrain.

Thrilling And Speedy Ride

Our electric bike features a LG 48V/15AH lithium-ion battery, designed with anti-theft measures to ensure safety. Unlike other battery types that hang on the frame and risk falling off, our removable battery can cover a maximum electric range of 35-45 miles in pure electric mode and 45-60 miles in pedal-assist mode (PAS mode), depending on rider weight and road conditions. Charge the waterproof battery safely and conveniently at home or in the office.

No Limitations for All-terrain

The perfect companion for your next adventure. Whether you’re exploring mountain trails, cruising through national parks, or navigating busy city streets, this bike is designed to handle any terrain with ease.

Take it off-road and explore the wilderness, ride along sandy beaches, or tackle steep hills. The bike’s powerful electric motor, sturdy frame, and all-terrain tires provide the perfect combination of speed, control, and stability. And with dual hydraulic brakes and a reliable hub axle, you can ride with confidence and peace of mind, no matter where your journey takes you.

Premium Quality Aluminum Alloy Hydraulic Suspension Fork for Smooth Riding

Enjoy a smooth and comfortable ride with our aluminum alloy hydraulic suspension featuring lockout and adjustable controls. The 120mm travel range of the front suspension fork, along with preload adjustment and lockout, allows for easy customization to fit your riding style. With excellent damping, you’ll experience reduced bumpiness on even the roughest terrains.

Experience Smooth and Responsive Braking with Hydraulic Technology

Hydraulic brake systems provide reliable stopping power, and a 180mm rotor size ensures optimal performance. With hydraulic technology, braking is smooth and responsive, offering greater control and safety on any terrain. The fluid-based system adjusts to your riding style, providing immediate feedback and ensuring adequate stopping power. A hydraulic brake system with 180mm rotors offers superior performance and safety for town cruising or off-road adventures.

Enjoy The Freedom to Ride In Your Way

We offer 3 different riding modes and 2 assist modes to choose from, providing a range of benefits to you. There are a total of 3 riding modes: pure electric mode, pedal-assist electric mode, pure pedal mode.

For the assist modes, our electric bike offers a walk mode, which allows you to push the bike forward using the throttle without pedaling. This mode is particularly useful when walking the bike up steep hills or through crowded areas. Also, we have another 10 seconds fixed speed mode. You can rotate the handlebar to a specific position for 10 seconds and the speed will be stabilized, which enables you to enjoy the smooth riding experience all the time.

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The ASOMTOM E300 frame is constructed using 6061 high-strength aluminum alloy, and its heavy-duty design enables it to support a maximum weight of 400 pounds. Additionally, it possesses strong corrosion and oxidation resistance, allowing it to perform optimally in harsh environments.

The half-twist throttle requires less hand movement, making it more comfortable and easier for riders to operate. Additionally, the throttle is equipped with a cut-off button, which allows riders to choose whether or not to use the throttle according to their needs.

The ASOMTOM crank features a double-cap design that provides added stability and strength while preventing chain drops during use. With its anti-drop chain functionality, riders can enjoy a smooth and reliable ride without worrying about chain slips or other potential issues.

The Shimano 7 Speed Gear Shift System is designed with durability in mind, utilizing high-quality materials for trouble-free operation. Its ergonomic design and intuitive operation make it easy and comfortable to use, enhancing the overall enjoyment of cycling adventures.

The fender is made of high-quality materials and features excellent waterproof and dustproof performance, effectively protecting the bicycle body and rider. It is suitable for various road conditions and weather conditions, while adding a touch of style and personalization to your bike.

The ASOMTOM rear rack is a durable and easy-to-install accessory. Its high-quality materials ensure that your cargo stays safe while withstanding normal wear and tear. It can carry a variety of items from groceries to sports equipment, meeting your daily usage needs.

The headlight uses high-quality materials and energy-efficient LED technology. This ensures optimal lighting while minimizing power consumption. In addition, our headlights undergo rigorous testing to ensure they meet and exceed industry standards for reliability and performance.

HOW TO | Unbox Assemble Asomtom E-Bike Q7

Asomtom E-Bike Q7 e-bikes come 80% pre-assembled with a toolkit containing everything that needed plus an easy-to-follow user manual.

Does it take too long?

Tutorial Videos

Will there be any errors in the installation problem?

Each Electric bike will not be installed well due to each technology, there may be brakes that are too tight or too loose, and links that are too loose or too loose, just follow the video tutorial to adjust slightly. Slightly tweaked videos can be viewed by following our official YouTube channel.(ASOMTOM E-Bikes)

Does my height/weight suit the bike?

Which class of E-bike does Asomtom Q7 belong to?

What are the main differences in performance and design between Asomtom Q7 and Asomtom E300? Which one is better for me?

Asomtom Q7 electric bike and Asomtom E300 electric bike have the same functional configuration, the difference between them is that Asomtom E300 is Step-Thru frame design is Suitableeasy On and off bike,Q7 is Suitable for men, E300 is Suitable for women

Can I add a front and/or rear Rack on the Q7 E300?

Yes, you can add rear Rack but can’t add front. The rear will require a Heavy Duty Rear Rack due to the new bike design. This will be available soon, so keep an eye on the newsletter to receive updates on accessories

Customer Reviews

The bike was packaged extremely well and there was no damage. Assembly was easy and straightforward. The bike works well and has lots of power. We got 35 miles out of the first full charge with a top speed of 29mph. The only complaint is that there isn’t any torque sensors in the crank assembly. Basically if you move the pedals a quarter of a turn it kicks on the power. The higher the setting the faster it goes. It’s very simple but takes a while to get used to.

the Asomtom 300 is a BEAST! I love this bike!

ASOMTOM E300 Step-Through All-Terrain Mountain Fat Tire Electric Bike

This Ebike, which happens to look very close to the Himawiy striped animal model, is visually stunning and I had my neighbors immediately strike conversations on what it can do, how fast it goes, and range.

The Asomtom E300 is a formidable and swift machine that effortlessly reaches comfortable speeds without any noticeable lag. Its hydraulic brakes, battery life, and front and rear lights are exceptional, and the comfortable seat allowed me to travel 20 real miles without discomfort. There is so much value you get for a fraction of the cost, however there are some things to consider, and I’ll get to that a bit later.

Compared to my previous e-bike, which maxed out at 18 miles when fully charged, the E300 still had a three bars at the 20-mile mark, instilling confidence to travel even greater distances. The 750W motor is particularly impressive, it helps on steep hills and impressively fast on flat ground, reaching ridiculous speeds (30). The drawback is that the motor seems to be optimized for the top end speed rather than low end.

The shocks are adjustable, the brakes are hydraulic with 180mm to stop the massive tires, and the battery is a respectful 48v 15ah. The best part is looking at the overall components, the plugs are designed to keep water out, the battery is sealed with a rubber gromit, the rear tail is just so thick and the reason it can handle 400lbs, way more than most e-bikes.

Of course with the ultra low comparative price, something has to give right? Indeed, at the base price, the e-bike lacks mud guards and rack, however, with those addons, it’s still well below the himiway. Another consideration is the minimum height, you need to be to ride this thing, which is about 5’3 based on my guestimation? Other than that, you are buying a monster truck of an ebike, it’s fast, it’s fun, and it’s bold

My wife really likes the swooping frame. This bikes has great battery life and is fast, 32mph!

This is a very sturdy and solid ebike! There are many brands out there that offer similar features and components comparable to the Asomtom E300 for almost twice the price! Don’t be fooled! This ride is solid, and powerful. The customer service I have received has also been prompt and helpful via email. (sent me a pdf owners manual)

Customer service is TOP NOTCH!! They really do care and want to make any problems or concerns fixed. Very great bike!

Electric Bike FAQS

What is the difference between an electric bike and a traditional bike?

Electric bike have both the modes of traditional bike, PAS mode and throttle assist mode. Electric bike are equipped with motor batteries, which can be easier to ride than traditional bike. Even if you have physical problems such as arthritis, it is also to ride an electric bike again.

How fast can an electric bike go?It depends on the motor of the electric bike. And, generally in the US, electric bikes has 3 class: class 1 e-bikes have a top speed limit of 20 mph, and the electric motor only works when the rider is pedaling. Class 2 e-bikes are also limited to 20 mph, but their throttles work when you’re not pedaling. Class 3 e-bikes can go up to 28 mph and must have a speedometer, but may or may not have a throttle. The ASOMTOM RV1 RV2 RV3 e-bike is a class 2 e-bike, while the Q7 and E300 are class 3 e-bikes.

How to choose an electric bike? First of all, you need to follow your daily needs to choose a suitable electric bike,when you would like to buy an electric bike, For example, if you need an e-bike for your daily commute, the Asomtom RV3 is the best electric bike choice. If you want to go outdoor touring, a fat tire e-bike like the Asomtom Q7 E300 should be suitable. Secondly, your height should also be a high concern when choosing an electric bike. Disappointing to buy an e-bike that doesn’t fit at a height that can’t be ridden.But you can easily find the recommended height for Asomtom product page in the Size.

Do I need to assemble electric bike purchased online? Is it difficult to assemble?

All our asomtom electric bike products are 90% pre-assembly. When you receive the product, you can watch our installation video onAsomtom electric bike YouTube,(follow ASOMTOM E-Bikes on YouTube Channel)with the user manual to complete the assembly easily. If there is something that cannot be installed, you can contact us by email (service@asomtom.com)

Can I Cancel or Change the Order I Just Placed?It is possible to cancel or change your order only if the item has not been dispatched. Please contact us via our customer support email at

How long does my electirc bike Delivery?

In-stock orders typically ship within 1-3 business days, unless otherwise noted on the product page.Depending on your address from our warehouse, it will take about 3-8 working days to deliver

How can I get the best milage out of the e-bike?

Take the following measures listed below to reduce negative impact on milage:1. Inflate the tires to the specified pressure.2. Avoid frequent braking during your ride.3. Use more pedal assistance and less throttle power.

Best electric mountain bikes: top-rated eMTBs to tame the trails

The best electric mountain bikes make ascents a lot easier while providing all the performance and handling you want on the way back down. They add some extra power on the flat too.

You can turn your FOCUS to climbing the steepest, most technical slopes you can find – or just go longer and faster with a grin from ear-to-ear. The ability to cover ground quickly means you can go out and explore places you wouldn’t otherwise consider. These bikes also enable you to ride in ways you usually couldn’t. As designs become more refined, their handling increasingly rivals – and in some cases exceeds – that of non-assisted mountain bikes.

For more on what to look for when buying an e-MTB, read our buyer’s guide at the bottom of this article. Otherwise, check out our guide to the best electric bikes for advice on choosing the right ebike for you. If your riding will not be exclusively off-road, then the best electric gravel bikes are worth considering instead. What’s more, motor-assisted miles on tarmac call for the best electric road bikes.

Best electric mountain bikes in 2023

Marin Alpine Trail E2

Slack geometry and Shimano’s EP8 motor make the Alpine Trail E2 a formidable bike. Andy Lloyd / Marin Bikes

  • £5,695 / €6,199 / 5,999 as tested
  • Marin’s first full-suspension e-MTB
  • Capable, fun and comfortable

Marin launched the Alpine Trail E at the end of 2020 and it’s the Californian brand’s first full-suspension electric mountain bike.

Luckily, it’s been worth the wait because the Alpine Trail E is a capable, fun and comfortable e-MTB with a well-thought-out spec that offers good value for money including top-spec dampers, Shimano drivetrains and branded components.

You get an aluminium frame with 150mm of travel, with aggressive, descent-focused geometry, while Shimano’s EP8 motor provides the power.

The Alpine Trail E2 is at home on a broad spectrum of trails and lives up to Marin’s promise as a bike that will put a smile on your face.

The range also includes the cheaper Alpine Trail E1 at £4,295 / 4,499 / €4,899.

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Nukeproof Megawatt 297 Factory

Nukeproof also took the top step in our inagural eMTB Bike of the Year test. Steve Behr / Our Media

  • £7,000 / €8,200 as tested
  • Comfortable, efficient climbing
  • Good balance of motor power and range

The winner of our first ever eMTB category in Bike of the Year, the Nukeproof Megawatt scores on geometry, spec and suspension and, with its 170mm rear travel and mullet wheels, is designed for enduro riding.

The top-drawer spec includes a Fox Factory 38 fork and Float X2 shock, Shimano XT drivetrain and four-piston brakes, DT Swiss H 1700 Spline 30 wheels and Maxxis tyres.

Power comes from a Shimano EP8 85Nm motor with three customisable assistance levels and a 630Wh battery supplying the juice. We got over 2,000m vertical in Eco mode and up to 1,400m in Boost.

We loved the downhill performance, a mix of fun and stability that’s hard for bike designers to get right. The super-smooth rear suspension with balanced geometry makes it easy to ride quickly with little effort.

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Orbea Rise H10

  • £6,623 / 8,000 / €7,100 / AU12,600 as tested
  • Well-finished alloy frame
  • Throttled-down Shimano EP8 motor gives natural ride feel

The Orbea Rise H10 is an alloy version of the original carbon Rise. It’s a stripped-back ‘eMTB Lite’, with less power and weight than a fully assisted eMTB, that Orbea says is “less e, more bike”.

The Rise H10 gets a larger battery than the original, at 540Wh, and is powered by a 60Nm Shimano EP8 motor that’s throttled down to limit its usual 85Nm torque and extend range. You can add a 252Wh range extender.

The H10’s frame has nicely smoothed welds at the top tube junctions that could fool you into thinking it’s carbon, and side-on it’s not obvious there’s a battery in the down tube either. Geometry is trail-oriented and modern but not cutting-edge.

With its higher-torque motor than the Specialized Turbo Levo SL, the Rise feels more powerful on climbs. It can handle rougher, steeper trails, although it’s not as sure-footed as more enduro-oriented ebikes. It’s happiest on rollercoaster singletrack and berms though.

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Specialized S-Works Turbo Kenevo SL

  • £12,500 / 15,000 / €14,500 / AU24,200 as tested
  • Top-drawer spec to match the price
  • Highly tunable geometry
  • Lower-powered assistance leads to more rider input to keep up pace

First in our line-up of very spendy Specialized electric bikes, the enduro-focused Turbo Kenevo SL mixes a 19kg weight with 170mm travel.

It’s built from FACT 11m carbon fibre, with the tunable Specialized Turbo SL 1.1 motor meting out 35Nm of torque – about half that of most eMTB motors. That’s powered by a 320Wh integrated battery. You can buy a separate range extender to add another 160Wh.

The geometry is tunable, with 2 degrees of head tube angle adjustment via angled headset cups and flip chips in the suspension pivot. In the low setting, climbing is smooth and composed with subtle assistance. Handling feels more like a pedal-powered bike than an eMTB, with impressive composure on rougher trails.

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Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo

  • £13,000 / 15,000 / €13,999 / AU24,200 as tested
  • Great frame, motor, battery life and power delivery
  • Crazy price, tyres not robust enough to keep up

We really liked the Turbo Levo’s frame and motor when we reviewed the base model, but were underwhelmed by its components and their effect on handling. We’ve also reviewed the Turbo Levo Comp Alloy more recently, again with mixed results, in this case raising issues with the suspension damper, tyres and the bike’s value for money.

The range-topping carbon S-Works model rectifies all that – although at a price. Our reviewer rated it the “best bike he’d ever ridden”.

The Brose motor pushes out up to 565 watts and 90Nm for impressive climbing with smooth power delivery and there’s battery capacity to stay the course. The rest of the spec is as top-drawer as you’d expect.

With 150mm of suspension travel and variable geometry, the bike can be fine-tuned to whatever you want to ride, although we swapped out the tyres to something better able to keep up with the rest of the bike’s capabilities.

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Vitus E-Sommet VRX

For the money, the E-Sommet has to be one of the best electric mountain bikes out there. Ian Linton / Our Media

  • £5,499 as tested
  • Draped in high-end components at a reasonable price
  • Impressive geometry and suspension

Rolling on a ‘mullet’ setup and featuring up-to-date geometry (boasting a 64-degree head tube angle), the E-Sommet is Vitus’ top-spec eMTB designed for enduro with 167mm of rear travel.

It’s powered by Shimano’s EP8 motor capable of 85nm peak torque and 250W of peak power combined with a 650Wh battery. We achieved 1,800m to 2,000m of ascent in the Eco mode from a single charge. This figure dropped in Turbo mode to 1,200m.

With Vitus being a direct-to-customer brand, the E-Sommet is adorned with top spec for its very reasonable price. It features a 170mm RockShox ZEB Ultimate fork, a Super Deluxe Select RT shock and Shimano’s XT groupset.

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Whyte E-160 RSX

  • £7,999 as tested
  • Calm and composed, hides its weight well
  • One of the best-handling electric mountain bikes tested

Available in 29in or ‘mullet’ form, the E-160 RSX is a 150mm do-it-all electric enduro bike.

It comes well equipped with Fox Performance Elite 38 forks and Float X rear shock, SRAM GX Eagle AXS and DT Swiss wheels. Power comes from a 250W Bosch Performance Line CX motor with a 750Wh PowerTube battery.

Whyte has positioned the battery partially beneath the motor to lower the bike’s centre of gravity, giving it a well-balanced geometry and truly special handling characteristics for a bike of its weight.

We managed to get 2,000m of ascent in Tour mode, and regularly hit 1,500m in eMTB mode. The 26.32kg weight (size large) was masked on the descents thanks to the low centre of gravity, making the bike easy to lean from one side to the other.

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Whyte E-180 RS

A mix of stability at speed with agile handling makes for great descending on the Whyte E-180 RS v3. Andy Lloyd / Our Media

  • £7,699 as tested
  • Geometry and motor/battery positioning designed for stability
  • Near-perfect descending performance

With 27.5in wheels and 170mm rear/180mm front travel, the downhill-oriented, alloy Whyte E-180 RS v3 sits at the top of the brand’s range.

There’s a quality spec with Fox Factory fork and shock, DT Swiss wheels and SRAM X01/GX Eagle drivetrain. Assistance comes in the form of an 85Nm Bosch Performance Line CX motor with a 625Wh battery and a Purion display.

The layout of the motor and battery is designed to give a low centre of gravity and there’s a flip chip to adjust geometry, dropping the head tube angle by one degree. Even in the high setting, it’s quite slack.

We managed 2,300m of climbing with the motor in Eco mode, although that dropped to 1,200m with higher assistance. Descending was near-perfect, with great stability over rough ground and the agility to handle complex trail features.

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Yeti 160E T1

Yeti’s first eMTB is an impressive ride, but feels under-specced for its price. Andy Lloyd / Immediate Media

  • £11,899 / 12,700 / €13,790 as tested
  • Superb suspension, balance and handling
  • Very expensive, without top-spec kit all-round

The Yeti is an expensive proposition, but we reckon its 160mm-travel six-bar suspension sets a new benchmark for enduro eMTBs and its downhill capabilities are second to none.

It’s powered by a Shimano EP8 motor with a 630Wh battery. The TURQ-series carbon frame is decked out in Shimano XT with DT Swiss EX 1700 alloy wheels and Fox 38 Factory fork and Float X2 rear shock; there’s also a less expensive C1 spec of the 160E.

There’s loads of grip on bumpy or rough terrain, with the rear tyre giving up before the suspension. Downhill needed a little tuning to raise the bars, but once done the controlled suspension and well-chosen geometry led to incredible, fast-descending performance.

Canyon Spectral:ON CF 7.0

Although it hasn’t got the most progressive geometry, it’s still a good-looking and top-performing bike. Ian Linton / Immediate Media

  • £4,299 / 6,299 / €4,497 as tested
  • Carbon main frame
  • Playful handling when ridden fast

Redesigned in March 2020, the Canyon Spectral:ON’s main frame is now carbon with an alloy rear triangle, instead of all alloy, and its 504Wh battery is now internal.

Like its predecessor, it has mullet wheel sizes, with a 29in front and 27.5in rear wheel. On this CF 7.0 model, there’s 150mm of travel at the rear and a RockShox Deluxe Select shock, while power comes from a Shimano Steps E8000 motor, running through a 12-speed Shimano XT derailleur.

The motor provides plenty of power to get up steep climbs, while the feel when riding fast is more playful than planted.

We’ve also tested the top-spec, £7,599 / 9,000 Spectral:ON CF 9.0. Its components are better, but we reckon there’s little other reason to choose it over the 7.0.

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Focus JAM2 7.0

  • £7,499 / €7,999 as tested
  • Tunable geometry and 150mm travel
  • Responsive, agile handling despite a 25kg weight
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The Focus JAM2 7.0 rolls on 29er wheels with 150mm of linear-progressive suspension travel, while power comes from the Shimano EP8 85Nm motor, with a high-capacity 720Wh battery from Focus.

A flip chip enables you to tune the geometry and the JAM2 has Focus’s CIS system with cables and hoses threaded through the stem. There’s a built-in USB-C charge port on the top tube and another neat touch is the custom tool bag that sits under the front of the down tube.

We rated the rear-wheel grip when climbing, and the geometry adds playfulness on flowy trails, with direct, responsive handling despite the 25kg weight.

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Merida eONE-SIXTY 10k

  • £9,000 / 9,799 / €9,799 / AU11,999 as tested
  • Smooth-riding over choppy trails, high-value spec
  • Geometry is a bit short and high

Powered by the Shimano EP8 motor system, this top spec of Merida’s enduro-oriented eOne-Sixty has a carbon front triangle and single-pivot alloy rear. The ride is smooth over obstacles and on fast, choppy trails, although the reach is slightly shorter and the front end a bit higher than we’d prefer.

This top-spec model has everything you could desire, including Shimano XTR gearing and brakes, and DT Swiss carbon wheels with Maxxis rubber, along with a Fox Float X2 Factory fork and shock, and a RockShox Reverb AXS wireless dropper seatpost.

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Mondraker Level R

The Mondraker Level R electric mountain bike sits in the brand’s ‘super enduro’ category, where the FOCUS of performance is on the downhills. Andy Lloyd / Out Media

  • £5,999 / 8,499 / €5,799 as tested
  • Composed climbing and descending
  • 27kg weight limits climbing range, but isn’t an issue on descents

Mondraker sets the alloy Level R 29er in its ‘super enduro’ category, with the brand’s Forward Geometry and 170mm travel from a Fox DHX2 coil-spring shock and dual-link suspension system.

Power is provided by a Bosch Performance Line CX motor with four assistance levels, 85Nm of torque, a 750Wh battery and Kiox 300 colour display that can link to your phone, enabling ride recording and motor tuning.

You sit centrally on the bike, which leads to calm climbing with little tendency to front-wheel lift. We weighed the Level R at 27kg, which we found limited ascending capacity to around 1,300m. Weight was less of an issue on descents though, with the Level R feeling planted and well behaved.

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Santa Cruz Bullit CC X01 RSV

  • £10,499 / €11,699 / 11,499 as tested
  • Exceptionally fast and capable bike
  • Possible to overwhelm the forks and brakes on steeper trails

The Santa Cruz Bullit is a name that goes back to 1998, but the reimagined bike is a far cry from the original – the Bullit is now a 170mm-travel e-MTB with a carbon frame and mixed wheel sizes.

The bike’s climbing ability impressed most during testing – it feels unstoppable going uphill, thanks in part to the Shimano EP8 motor.

The Bullit is also extremely capable downhill, particularly on faster and rougher trails, but slower, tighter and steeper sections need a bit more care.

There are four models in the range, with starting at £6,899 / 7,499 / €7,699 for the Bullit CC R, which uses Shimano’s Steps E7000 motor, and rising to £10,499 / 11,499 / €11,699 for the top-of-the-range Bullit CC X01 RSV featured here.

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These bikes scored fewer than 4 out of 5 in our reviews but are still worth considering.

Giant Reign E 1

  • £6,299 / €6,399 / AU9,799 as tested
  • Good spec and powerful Yamaha motor
  • Low motor efficiency and sometimes harsh ride

The mullet-wheeled Reign E 1 has 160mm of travel with slack geometry that was overhauled in 2021. There’s a Giant SyncDrive Pro motor (built by Yamaha) with 85Nm torque and a 625Wh battery, along with Shimano XT components, a Fox 38 Performance Elite fork and Float X2 Performance Elite shock.

Climbing performance is well balanced and capable due to the central position, but the motor’s on/off power delivery limited us to 1,700m climbing on a charge. When descending, there’s a direct, taut feeling, but that can translate to a stiff, harsh ride over bumpy terrain.

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Lapierre Overvolt GLP 2 Elite

Lapierre designed the Overvolt GLP to compete in the emerging ebike racing scene. Andy Lloyd / Immediate Media

  • £5,399 as tested
  • Agile, eager to turn and easy to hop up and over obstacles
  • Can be tricky to control on climbs

Nico Vouilloz and Yannick Pontal have both won ebike races on the Lapierre Overvolt GLP 2 Elite, designed for the emerging motor-assisted racing scene.

The carbon frame makes this better value than some of its rivals and, out on the trails, the Overvolt is agile and eager to please.

The relatively small battery limits range against the competition, though, and the front end can be tricky to keep in check on climbs.

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Merida eOne-Forty 9000

  • £7,000 / €7,199 as tested
  • Nimble handling
  • Suspension holds it back on technical terrain

Merida uses the same carbon frame with alloy rear end on the eOne-Forty as its longer-travel eOne-Sixty, but kits it out with a 133mm-travel shock and steepens the head and seat tube angles.

It uses a Shimano Steps E8000 motor with an integrated 504Wh battery in the down tube for plenty of power and range.

The eOne-Forty is nimble on flowy trails, but the short suspension and front-end geometry make it nervous on steep descents. The top-spec bike internationally is now the 8000, with the UK range topping off with the 700 spec.

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Mondraker Crafty R 29

The Mondraker Crafty R 29 full-suspension e-MTB has plenty of composure for more aggressive riders. Andy Lloyd / Immediate Media

  • £5,899 / 7,199 as tested
  • Super-stable and excellent cornering grip
  • Powerful motor with good weight distribution

While the Crafty is never going to be described as lively, weighing in at 25.1kg for our test build and with a long wheelbase, it is very composed, feeling super-stable when riding fast and with excellent cornering grip.

Our tester noted, however, that while taller, more aggressive riders will enjoy the Crafty for its ability to handle technical terrain flat-out, smaller or more timid riders may find it hard to muscle the bike around and ride it dynamically.

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Saracen Ariel 50E Elite

Saracen’s Ariel 50E Elite is the brand’s only electric mountain bike and is aimed squarely at the all-mountain and enduro categories. Andy Lloyd / Our Media

  • £6,500 as tested
  • High-quality spec
  • Geometry, battery capacity and tyre choice let the bike down

With 150mm travel from a Fox DHX2 Factory shock and a 160mm-travel Fox 38 Factory fork, a Shimano M8100 XT drivetrain, DT Swiss wheels and Shimano EP8 motor, the Saracen’s spec is impressive.

The 504Wh battery limits range though and we’d like to see a slacker head angle than the 65 degrees on offer, which limited performance on steep sections. Traction from the dual-compound Maxxis tyres wasn’t that great on rocks or roots when climbing, although the low bike weight made for a nimble ride.

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Scott Ransom eRide 910

Scott’s enduro-ready Ransom eRide 910 eMTB gives you 170mm of travel, but we found the ride a bit harsher than its rivals. Andy Lloyd / Out Media

  • £6,499 / N/A / €7,190 / AU14,500 as tested
  • Good motor and spec for the price
  • Raw-feeling downhill ride

Another enduro-oriented eMTB, the Scott Ransom eRide has 180mm of travel and runs on 29in wheels. There’s adjustable geometry and some quality parts, including a Fox 38 Performance Elite fork and Float X2 Performance shock, with a SRAM X01/NX Eagle drivetrain, Shimano XT brakes and a Bosch Performance Line CX motor. We reckon it’s reasonable value for money.

We found the ride wasn’t quite as calm or controlled as some rivals though. The rear tyre choice led to slipping on climbs and the downhill ride felt raw and un-smoothed. A tyre swap-out might remedy much of this.

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Thok TK01 R

The TK01 R is a striking-looking bike with its bold moto-style graphics. Ian Linton / Immediate Media

  • £5,900 / €6,490 as tested
  • Good motor and spec for the price
  • Awkward setup and geometry, poor tyre choice

Italian ebike specialist Thok gives you 170mm travel with its enduro-oriented, alloy-framed TK01 R. It’s powered by a Shimano EP8 motor, which along with the bike’s geometry makes for great climbing. Descending is more of a mixed bag though, and required quite a bit of fettling for handling confidence.

The spec’s good value for the bike’s price, although we didn’t find the tyres quite up to the job. The Thok is a good cruiser, just don’t press it to its limits.

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YT Decoy Core 4 MX

The YT Decoy Core 4 MX has a quality spec, but is held back by its rather outdated geometry. Andy Lloyd / Out Media

  • £7,000 / 8,000 / €7,500 / AU12,000 as tested
  • Good motor and spec for the price
  • Awkward setup and geometry, poor tyre choice

YT gives you 165mm of travel from its mullet-wheeled, carbon Decoy Core 4 MX. There’s top-drawer kit including a Fox Factory fork and shock, Crankbrothers Synthesis alloy wheels and a Shimano XT M8100 drivetrain.

Assistance comes from a Shimano EP8 motor and 540Wh custom battery, which YT says has high energy density. We found the range lower than with the stock Shimano battery though and were only getting around 1,000m of climbing in Boost mode.

There’s a rearward-biased seated position, which means care is needed to prevent front-wheel lift on climbs. Performance downhill is poppy and fun, encouraging flicking across the trail and confidence in corners, although on steeps a slacker head tube would lead to improved handling.

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Buyer’s guide to electric mountain bikes

Electric mountain bike types

You can now find capable electric bikes for all types of mountain biking. Mathieu Echeverri / Lapierre

Whereas first-generation e-MTBs tended to be trail-oriented with around 150mm of travel, there’s now an increasing range of mountain bike disciplines covered.

That includes overbuilt models designed for downhill use at one end of the spectrum, including the Specialized Turbo Kenevo and the Cannondale Moterra Neo.

At the other end, there are lighter machines such as the Specialized Turbo Levo SL and the Lapierre eZesty that use lighter, less powerful motors and smaller batteries similar to electric road bikes. That drops the bike’s weight and ups agility over more heavily built machines.

You’ll find e-MTBs with either 29in or 27.5in wheels, but ‘mullet builds’ with a 29in wheel up front and a 27.5in rear are becoming increasingly common. This setup gives good stability at the front and better agility from the smaller rear wheel. Examples include the Canyon Spectral:ON and the Vitus E-Escarpe.

Most e-MTBs are full-suspension bikes, but you can also find trail-oriented electric hardtails, such as the Canyon Grand Canyon:ON and Kinesis Rise.

Electric mountain bike motors

Bosch, Shimano and Yamaha motors are popular for electric mountain bikes. Mathieu Echeverri / Lapierre

Popular choices for electric mountain bike motors are Bosch, Shimano Steps and Yamaha, while Fazua’s lightweight motor is increasingly making an appearance on weight-focused bikes.

Bosch Performance Line CX motors provide 600Wh peak power and 85Nm of torque for fuss-free climbing. There’s a natural ride feel and good battery management that gets impressive range out of the system’s battery.

Shimano’s Steps E-8000 and E-7000 systems are still found on some eMTBs, although they’ve started to show their age, with lower power output and torque than newer rivals. Its smaller batteries give you less range too, but still boast low weight and a compact design, along with the ability to tune the output.

However, Shimano has added the EP8 motor to its range. This boosts torque to 85Nm while reducing weight by around 200g, lowering pedalling drag, increasing range and lowering Q-Factor. The EP8’s launch coincided with Shimano increasing battery capacity to 630Wh. and more, you’ll find it being specced on newer electric mountain bikes, including many of our picks above of the best electric mountain bikes.

Meanwhile, Giant uses the Yamaha Syncdrive Pro motor on its e-MTBs. Its Smart Assist mode uses an array of six sensors, including a gradient sensor, to work out how much power to deliver in any given situation.

A popular choice on road-going ebikes, the Fazua motor system is to be found on some lighter-weight e-MTBs, such as the Lapierre eZesty. It’s lighter, less powerful and has a smaller battery. That means you typically need to put in more of your own pedalling effort, but it drops the bike’s weight down closer to non-assisted models. Plus, you can remove the battery completely and ride the bike without it.

Specialized has its own motor units, which it specs on the majority of its electric bikes. Its Turbo Levo SL trail bike uses the low-torque SL 1.1 motor and a 320Wh battery for less assistance and lighter weight.

Electric mountain bike battery capacity

Some bikes allow range to be extended with an additional battery. Simon Bromley / Immediate Media

To get you up hills, produce enough power and provide adequate range, most electric mountain bikes will have battery capacities of around 500Wh to 700Wh.

An internal battery in the down tube makes for clean lines, but there are also e-MTBs with external batteries. These typically lower the weight and, in models such as the Lapierre Overvolt, mean the battery can be placed lower and more centrally.

But, as mentioned above, e-MTBs with smaller-capacity batteries down to 250Wh are appearing. These trade a more limited range for lighter weight and the potential for improved handling.

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E-Mountain Bikes

With an e-mountain bike, ride more trails in less time, and spend longer in the saddle! It’s all possible thanks to the powerful motor and integrated battery. An e-MTB is the right choice for discovering new trails or running lap after lap at the bike park.

Is this the end of range anxiety?

Battery size options, optimised design and even range extending batteries engineered in-house. Could this truly mean one more lap?

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Parts and accessories for your mountain bike

Whether you’re looking for the latest kit, computer mount, pedals, mudguards or you just want to personalise your ride, you’ll find what you need in Gear.

Buying your first electric mountain bike can be overwhelming with the ever-expanding range available. Our buyer’s guide has everything you need to know to help you decide which Canyon e-mtb is for you.

First-time rider or grizzled veteran, each of us faces the same question: Which wheelsize is right for me? That’s because mountain bikes generally wear either 27.5” or 29” wheels. A growing few also sport the combo 29/27.5 “Mullet” option. So, which size should you choose? Here’s a quick guide to mountain bike wheelsizes.

Deciding between an MTB or e-MTB is not easy. This guide will help you make the decision. Read on to find out more.

E-bike batteries are expensive to replace, so you need to take good care of them. By following our advice, you’ll get the longest life out of your e-bike’s battery.

Find out the reasons behind the price tag of your favorite electric bike including frame types, motors, battery sizes and accessories.

What is an E-MTB?

An electric mountain bike (often abbreviated to E-MTB) is a mountain bike with an integrated motor to help you pedal. Important to note is that you must pedal to engage the motor so nobody’s getting a free ride!

Hardtail E-MTB or full-suspension E-MTB?

The key difference between a hardtail and full suspension electric mountain bikes is the suspension. Hardtails do not have rear suspension while full-sus mountain bikes have a rear shock.

Should I get an aluminium or carbon E-MTB?

An important distinction between most bikes on the market is the frame material. The weight of the frame will be less of a consideration when buying an e-bike since most of the benefits of a lightweight frame are negated by the additional weight of the e-bike motor and battery.

How much travel does my E-MTB need?

As a general rule of thumb the more travel an E-MTB has the gnarlier the terrain you’ll be able to comfortably ride. Suspension acts as a dampener for rocks and roots so the bigger the rocks you anticipate riding the more travel you’ll need.

How far can I ride an E-MTB on one charge?

We get asked this question a lot and there’s no one answer. Obvious factors like battery capacity motor and rider weight will affect the distance you can travel but there’s a number of other little hacks you can keep in mind if you want to extend your e-bike’s range.

HOVSCO HovCart 20“ Step-Thru Electric Fat Bike

Class: Class 2 (Class 3 Unlocked via app)

Speed: Up to 28MPH (Unlocked via app)

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The HovCart is a high-performing, multifunctional electric cargo bike with a large rear basket, which can carry cargo of all shapes and sizes, easily helping you load up cargo up to 450 lbs. It also can be a children’s double seat, making you spend a joyful parent-child cycling time. With its powerful 750w gear motor and 85nm torque sensor, it can elevate the throttle and pedal assist with both satisfying high speeds and climbing capabilities. Anyway, the HovCart is the best car-replacement HovCart eBike for you!

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The HovCart features a multifunctional modular rack system mounted on the rear rack. Carries up to 450 pounds in 200 different combinations, the HovCart could load up at ease by mounting the large basket on the rear.You could also mount the children’s double seat with cushion instead of the cargo basket to take the kids across town.The bike‘s sturdy and lower center design provide stable, reliable rides, you can take rest assured to enjoy the family cycling time or load up the satisfying cargo.

Use the latest technology, which provide more power, more efficiently. The 750W geared hub SUTTO motor, a sub-brand of Bafang, can generate max 85 Nm. Torque helping conquer hills faster, conquer all terrain easier, speed up quicker and experience a stronger ride and better comfortable riding.

The torque sensor pedal assist systems measure the amount of power you are putting into the pedals and it will increase or decrease the electric assist based on your pedaling power. The torque sensor systems have a very intuitive ride feel because they emulate your pedal power very well. They are also generally found on the more expensive e-bikes or e-bike kits. The torque sensors are generally found in the bottom bracket, rear drop out, or in the rear hub motor.

The HovCart combines the new Samsung/LG battery technology with a 5000mAh single cell capacity in a smaller size but larger diversity. This 720Wh battery efficiently improves the range, stability and safety of HOVSCO bikes. A single charge can last up to 40 miles on pure electric power and over 60 miles with pedal-assist. The battery will maintain 80% capacity after 1000 charges.

The HovCart step-through battery is also equipped with a full LED strip light on one side, which provides 4-meter long and about 20 m² bright light for you while riding even at night. No light-out worry.

Real-time feedback on important information such as the battery, odometer and pedal assist level, etc can be seen on the LCD digital panel.

The well-known TEKTRO hydraulic disc braking system, which uses advanced mineral oil and has superior performance and reliability, is a better braking system than other options. It provides you with enough stopping power, no matter what the weather conditions are.

HOVSCO App lets you sync your ebike information, register your warranty, and unlock your speed limit. It’s a great tool to see your speed, travel time, odometer, and trip. Looking for other cyclists around you? Just go for it!

The HovCart electric cargo bike is the perfect solution for parents who want to enjoy outdoor family time and still be able to carry their children along with them. With its powerful electric motor and sturdy cargo area, this bike is capable of carrying up to two children comfortably and safely. Whether you’re running errands or exploring the outdoors, the electric cargo bike makes family time more enjoyable than ever.

DISPLAY BC280 LCD Smart Easy Read Display with Backlight screen with appBOTTOM BRACKET Square Taper, SealedCHAIN 7 SpeedHEADSET VP Sealed Bearing HeadsetSEATPOST Forged Alloy, 30.4mm x 350mm, 2-Bolt ClampRIM Double Wall Aluminum 36h Front RearHUBS 36H Disc Thru-axle Front, Nutted RearFORK Suspension Fork with 45mm travel, with lockoutSPEED For Europe:15.5 MPH (25km/h) For US: If you want to unlock higher speed, pls reach out to salesRANGE 40-60 Miles AverageBATTERY LIGHT 120PCS LED Lamp Beads, 4-meter Range, 20 m² Area
MOTOR 1032W (Peak) 750W (Sustained), 48V Brushless Rear Hub Motor BATTERY Removable Internal Lithium-ion 48V, 15Ah (720Wh) CHARGER Included is a 54.6V 3 Amp Fast Charger, 4 Hours Charging
CRANKSET 165mm w/ 42 T CASSETTE 14-28T, 7 Speed Cassette
BRAKES Hydraulic Disc Brakes, 180mm Rotors REAR DERAILLEUR 7 Speed
PEDALS 9/16′ Alloy Platform HANDLEBARS Aluminum 31.8mm,680mm
GRIPS Ergonomic Comfort SADDLE Quality Ergonomic Saddle
STEM Threadless, 31.8mm, 7 Degree Rise SEAT CLAMP Quick Release
SPOKES Black Stainless 12 Gauge TUBES Butyl Rubber, Schrader Valve
TIRES 20 x 4 Ebike Rated Tires FRAME 6061 Single-Butted Aluminum Alloy with Internal Battery
KICKSTAND Included, Rear Mount THROTTLE Throttle on demand. Throttle from a complete stop
SENSORS Torque Sensor Cadence Sensor PEDAL ASSIST 5 Levels
WEIGHT 66.4 lbs WEIGHT LIMIT Maximum Payload Capacity: 450 lbs
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We strive to provide our customers with the highest quality products at the best prices, as well as attentive customer service, because we are in a direct-to-customer business. Furthermore, we will continue to develop more cost-effective bikes for everyone, no matter their age, occupation or background. Over the past few years, we’ve focused on finding very unique bikes with innovative solutions, from suspension design to manufacturing. Due to our accumulated experience and proven skills, we finally made this challenging and inspiring decision. to launch Hovsco in 2019. E-bikes have the potential to transform our communities and the way we live, and our entire team works together to make that a reality.

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Vulcanus 26 E-bike

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24-Month Warranty

The Product is covered by our 18-Months warranty from date of receiving the goods, in accordance with our warranty policy.

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You can return your bike within 15 days from date of purchase for a full refund, in accordance with our return policy.

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The Vulcanus is designed as a class II e-bike, built with a powerful rear 750W motor and a fully adjustable suspension fork. Three riding modes let you smoothly and flexibly explore your city and the world. Just go outside to chase the sunset with friends, families and someone you love.

The internally geared brushless hub motor can output torque up to 80NM with high motor efficiency. With highly responsive thumb throttle operation, the max speed can reach up to 26mph, which lets you climb high terrains confidently.

It is removable and quickly charged at home or work with any standard outlet. Strict testing results prove that the charging and discharging of batteries keep them stable even in extreme environments.

The Vulcanus is equipped with an 80mm travel adjustable suspension fork. The riders can close or open the suspension to enjoy the best riding experience with different terrains.

The Vulcanus series has two sets of lights at the front and rear, and the taillights support the double flashing effect when braking so that people behind you can see you for the first time.

Strong Frame

Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame with a 300,000 fatigue test ensures the frame can handle more weight and pressure.

Shimano 7-speed Shifting

Classic Shimano 7-speed shift system offers more freedom under the suitable freewheel under the different riding conditions, it will improve the riding efficiency.

TEKTRO MECHANICAL DISC BRAKE

Smoothly brake with quick response and Rapid heat dissipation.

Suspension Fork

Alloy front suspension fork has 80mm of travel, preload adjustment, and lockout.

Kenda Fat Tire

Anti-puncture all-terrain tire improves traction, reduce road noise, and increase stability for both on-road and light-duty off-road riding

Integrated Light

Integrated bright lights make it safer to travel at night at help you to see where you are going during bad weather and low visibility.

Aluminum Crankset

Aluminum crankset guards provide further protection to the chain.

Full Fenders

Sturdy and huge fenders can effectively reduce the situation of sand and mud splashing and soiling the bike and the rider’s clothing.

Comfortable Saddle

Troxus E-bike provides excellent support on your sit bones with less pressure.

Adjustable Seat Tube

Very friendly to riders of different heights

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Adjustable Kickstand

Support height adjustment, adapt to the support requirements of different terrain conditions

Waterproof Wiring Harness

The wiring harness of the whole vehicle is waterproof, which improves the performance requirements of the whole bike.

Frame Size Standard (inch)
Top Tube Length 23.7
Reach 14.5
Head Tube Length 6.3
Standover Height 26
Wheelbase 45.6
Min Saddle Height 35.8
Max Saddle Height 41.3

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