Eurobike Media Days Randoms: eMTB Overload

Jul 8, 2018
by Paul Aston  
Kona Remote Control

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


Kona started moving into the e-bike segment last year with their Remote 29 adventure bike. Now they have a full-suspension bike ready to tackle terrain with 150mm travel, a Bosch CX motor and aggro-angles.


Eurobike Media Days E-Bike

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike



Stem Integration for Bosch CX Motors

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


This KTM Macina uses a new display unit from Bosch that integrates onto the stem, the control pod has also been updated to make it smaller and more suitable for mountain biking. Hopefully, there will be a shorter version available, as 80mm stems are so 2004. The 'shifter' panel has also been updated to be smaller and more compact, but still gives you access to all the features.


Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


Haibike

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


Haibike have a number of small updates to their range, including a women's specific SDuro model that has different geometry, extra small frame options, lighter shock tunes, and more specific contact points. Haibike probably make more models of eMTB than anybody else, and for 2019 they have seventeen models for women.


Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


Haibike have also made their own shorter crank arms that now come as standard on all bikes. These are 155mm, but there are various lengths for different models of bike dependant on application. They also have this chunky stem and spacers, which is designed to give a cleaner look and increase steerer tube stiffness similar to the Stiffmaster from Intend. Another update is their eConnect 2.0 app which can be used to manage the bike, including GPS route mapping and anti-theft tracking: it will message you if somebody knocks your bike over when it's 'parked,' and send messages to preset emergency numbers for you if it senses a crash situation and you don't tell it you're OK.


Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
The ultimate self-shuttle downhill bike? We reviewed the DWNHL eMTB last year, but it has since been updated with much longer reach numbers and a Bosch integrated PowerTube battery.


Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


For anybody that read my 'Resurgence of the High Pivot' article last week, I checked with Haibike and they do have a patent on the idler wheel and high chainline, but only when connected to an electric motor, not for solely human powered bikes.



Scott Strike E-Ride

Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes


Scott have renamed their whole eMTB line with the 'eRide' moniker. The 140mm travel Strike eRide is the first new model and see's a Bosch motor opposed to the Shimano on the 150mm travel Genius launched last year. The Strike and Genius both use the new Ramp System, have shorter 165mm cranks, and full bottle cage compatibility.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
The Ramp Up system is like adding or removing a bunch of volume spacers but at the flick of a switch.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes



BH Atom-X

Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes


Unlikely to win any beauty contests, the Atom-X from BH makes up for it by having one of the largest battery packs on the market, the 800wh pack can slide out of the hump on the top tube. The bike can only be activated by the owner wearing a SmartKey bracelet, similar to cars that recognize keys or cards automatically and are otherwise immobilized.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes



Scott Roxter eRIDE

Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes


Another eMTB for mini-shredders, this Roxter one from Scott comes with a miniature Syncros bottle and cage, probably cute enough to make even Mike Levy want to go electric. There are two versions with 24" and a long-awaited 26" version for the remaining 26"ain't dead crowd who have been waiting patiently to move into the eMTB sector and still be able to use their worn out tires from the back of the shed.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes



Nicolai EBoxx E14

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike


We saw the EBoxx from Nicolai last year, but this E14 version now includes a Rohloff 14-speed internal gear hub with 526% range. There is a small electronic shifter that uses buttons to change gears that cleans up the handlebar and is said to change in 180milliseconds, press and hold the shifter and it will change up or down three gears at once. We are not sure how good this will be at shifting under load on steep climbs, but it is going to be hella fast and quiet when going back down the hill. I am certain that it is not cheap, though, with complete prices starting from €8999.


Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
The button remote for the Rohloff hub is small and helps to clean up more complicated eMTB handlebars.

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
A belt drive always gives a very quiet ride through rough terrain.

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
The frame also uses Nicolai's 'Mutator Link' along with different link options, this means fewer parts are needed to build bikes with different wheel sizes, travel, and geometries.
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
The Rohloff hub has 14-gears, electric shifting, and should last tens of thousands of kilometers before needing a service, with no general maintenance.

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Unfortunatly a quick-release axle is the only option from Rohloff.

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
The first version of the EBoxx used a cast magnesium downtube to house a battery inside made by a German automotive brand that makes chassis parts for Bugatti. Due to Nicolai's increased need for the volume of parts, they have gone to an alloy extrusion and the new PowerTube battery from Bosch.



Bergamont

Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Bergamont is launching its new e-bike line with Shimano E8000 motor, featuring smart details like integrated fork bump stops on the down tube. With 160 mm of travel and Shimano Steps E8000 motor, the E-Trailster is ready for tackling some burlier trails. A more all-mountain-friendly model, the E-Contrail with 130 mm of travel is also available.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
With a fully integrated battery and custom covers, the E-Trailster is one of the cleaner looking options on the e-bike market. A Horst Link is to tweak drivetrain and braking characteristics unlike the previous idler-equipped bike I tested last year, which is one of my favorite eMTB's to date.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
A flip chip and exchange of the lower headset cup makes it possible to run the E-Trailster with 27,5" or 29" wheels without altering the geometry (65-degree head angle, 75-degree seat angle). Different models with either wheels are available.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Made out of 6061 aluminum, the E-Trailster Sport FMN 29 is part of the women's specific FMN line. With 145 mm of travel in the rear and 160 mm up front, the bike is equipped with women specific components.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Bergamont also has a Revox24 kids eMTB. The first argument is going to be that's kids nowadays already need more exercise, which I agree with in this Playstation generation, but, an overexcited, sugar-fuelled, 30kg child will be blasting out twice as many laps as their parents with the same amount of battery power.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Bosch's Active Line motor delivers 40 Nm of torque and accelerates up to 20 km/h. The Active Line Plus on the E-Revox 3 26 can deliver 10 Nm more output, as well as 5 km/h more higher top speed.



Conway

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Conway showed its new trail bike with 140 mm of travel. The eMF 727+ is the top of the line model with Bosch Performance CX motor and 500 Wh Intube battery.

Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
Eurobike Media Days E-Bike
The external loading port is integrated into the seat tube just above the motor.



Shimano

Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes

With the Steps E7000 groupset, Shimano will trickle their proven motor technology down to a more affordable level, featuring new shift switches, drive unit, display unit and smartphone customization options. While Shimano’s top tier eMTB groupset E8000 is designed to handle aggressive riding, the new E7000 level is developed for more recreational mountain biking with its rider-tuned support and easy-to-use features.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes


With all the metrics coming from the motor unit, the battery and Shimano's Di2 system can be displayed on a new console unit with a highly visible display, giving riders information such as support mode, riding speed, battery life and, for Di2 riders, gear choice. The new wireless functionality can display all riding information on 3rd party devices such as display units/GPS devices or smartphones by using the new minimalistic EW-EN100 connector to transfer information.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
It also has an updated button (that will also work with E8000) that is much smaller and MTB-friendly that the chunky and clunky Di2 style trigger shifter, giving more options for under grip dropper post levers.



Mubea

Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes


Mubea is a huge automotive brand who are looking to move into the e-bike sector, and before you cry "that's a motorbike" you are right, it is. But, and there are two big but's, Mubea promise to bring two very interesting technologies to the table: an integrated motor and gearbox, and automated carbon fiber frame construction in Europe. With a turnover of €2.2 billion and 13000 employees worldwide, they aren't here to mess around.

According to Mubea, this prototype cost more than a Porsche GT3 to make, and that's not due to the DVO fork. This model does have a twist grip throttle, but there is also a purely pedal assist, 250w version that meets EU e-bike laws. The integrated gearbox is said to shift under full load, even with the 4000w version that is aimed at serious cargo bikes. A quick lap around the parking (after they took my passport, phone, and business card for security) proved that it does work instantly under load up and down, although it was a very brief test. Mubea are looking to sell this as a motor and gearbox to bike manufacturers, and say is should weigh less than a standard motor and derailleur actuated gear system.

The second interesting news they had is that carbon framed bike was built using a fully automated process. Mubea are planning to offer this process to brands who want to manufacture in Europe, removing human labor from the difficult and time-consuming process of hand placing hundreds of pieces of carbon in to a mold, as well as offering pricing that will apparently be competitive with Asian manufacturing.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Want a gearbox that shifts under load and uses a SRAM trigger shifter, well it is finally here, albeit only available when attached to a motor.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Due to the integrated gearbox, the system can be used with a chain or a maintenance-free Gates Carbon Belt Drive.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Mubea also knocked up an integrated bar/stem combo, no comment on how much this one-off piece cost.


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes


Eurobike Media Days 2018 E-Bikes
Mubea will offer motors with pedal assisted 250w, all the way up to full-moto 4000w throttle powered motors.


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102 Comments

  • 52 4
 (mobiltE bike debate aside)
was about to say how those haibikes are some of the ugliest shit I've seen .........
then scrolled down to the BX. fuuuuuuuck
  • 26 3
 The worst part is that somebody, somewhere, will buy one.
  • 22 3
 @Wamprat: And a designer somewhere, said " I f*cking nailed it!" when coming up with the design. Same goes for the multipla. And his superior told him " Great job, you really are an asset to this team ! "
  • 3 1
 @polarproton: When I look at these bikes I more think that someone somewhere is trying to gives designers a break down by giving them the impossible task of rescuing something aesthetic from an e-bike like these!
  • 2 0
 @BeardlessMarinRider: Well, I think the Mubea is doing a great job for, maybe because it is fully assume its mx style.
  • 3 0
 I have never seen a good looking ebike, they all look over pregnant, with at least triplets in their down tube.
  • 27 1
 I seriously had hopes concerning the looks of ebikes after Rocky Montain, Pivot etc debuted their versions ... What a nightmare inducing horrorshow this is.
  • 27 3
 We cant escape e bikes and it will be quite interesting to follow the tech as it progresses over the next decade or so. But.... I just clicked when I saw those kids e bikes that in the not too distant future there will be some people who WILL NEVER have pedalled a bike purely under their own steam. That's pretty sad really....
  • 6 0
 Yeah I don't really see the point of ebikes for kids (though I haven't think about it much). Kids are full of energy, some 10y.o. have already as much (if not more) stamina then me (on the way down I guess at more than 30).
If the kid is tired just use a dog leash.
Who is it for ? The dentist's kid ?
  • 2 2
 I can understand the kids ebike. My son hates the ups but loves the downs. He would come out a lot more with an assist bike. He is now on a 26/27.5 hybrid scout so the 24inch would be too small.
  • 1 0
 They will grow up as vegans with big beards and in tighty jeans.
  • 1 1
 Why would they grow up vegans? @ka81:
  • 10 0
 Old men's excuses are that they are not fit enough to pedal a bike. Young children's excuses...? Shit people that are contributing to the laziness of future generations? Could we stop pls? People just design stupid crap that nobody wants just in order to sell it and make money. But who will deal with the consequences? Aaaand we're back at global warming, environmental problems and modern capitalism....
  • 2 0
 @poah: i don't know anybody who really likes uphills but ups are just part of it. what you mean is laziness.
  • 3 0
 @poah your son sounds like a little bitch.
  • 1 1
 No more than your mum @thenotoriousmic:
  • 17 0
 Ebikes for kids....i think this is the end of non electric mtbing in the long run.
  • 1 0
 you are so right. and it's also the end of an average bmi below 35.
  • 11 0
 That Mubea is not getting enough appreciation for the technology and forward thinking behind it. E-bikes aren't for everyone and I wouldn't personally have ridden one but the integrated gearbox and motor, along with the automated carbon fibre production in Europe has the potential to completely change the game for solely pedal powered bikes and e bikes.
  • 1 0
 This ^^^

Motor and gearbox

Automated carbon fiber production
  • 35 22
 I wish all this E-bike stuff would just f**k off
  • 34 25
 I wish people could realize they don't have to click on things that have "eMTB" in the title and can read the other 5-20 stories we post every day.....
  • 12 13
 @paulaston: I'm talking out there in the world!
  • 7 10
 @squiffybiker: why is it bothering you?
  • 8 12
flag deadmeat25 (Jul 8, 2018 at 3:57) (Below Threshold)
 @dwojo: Because he's a thick c*nt who's intelligence is limited to knee jerk reactions to things he doesn't understand, which is probably everything.

I wish squiffy pricks like him would just f*ck off, but we all just have to put up with small minded f*ckwits like him in every area of life, which to the rest of us is much more bothersome than even e-bikes are to him.
  • 13 5
 @dwojo: here in Austria most E-bikers wont get into the woods by a non-powered bike (they would be golfing etc. otherwise). They have no manners, dont say "hello" and destroy trails by for that 1 second.
Oh and they dont even wear helmets sometimes- it trows a big shadow onto the mtb scene.
  • 2 9
flag deadmeat25 (Jul 8, 2018 at 4:18) (Below Threshold)
 @NotNamed: No mate, you do.
  • 2 6
flag Asmodai (Jul 8, 2018 at 5:01) (Below Threshold)
 @NotNamed: yes and they all do it because they ride ebike not because they were a*sholes in the 1st place lol

(also who the f*ck says hello to strangers??)
  • 2 3
 @NotNamed: sounds like education is maybe required and integrating e-bikers into the mtb community. Ebikes here share trails very easily together. I see them no different to someone who just owns a different brand or type of bike to mine.
  • 1 0
 @Asmodai: A Lot of us do - you enjoy the same sport... Why wouldnt you say "Hello"?

But maybe thats just me wanting a good biking community....
  • 1 0
 @dwojo: I dont say Ebikers per se are Bad... The more people there are the more idiots are there also... Same as everywhere Smile
  • 1 0
 @NotNamed: I would have given you +1, had it not been for an Austrian I had known. He used to describe his mates saying: "We are extremely polite people here in Austria, but we don't mean it at all ".
  • 1 0
 Not going to happen, its the fastest growing sector in bike sales world wide, and this will only increase.
  • 1 0
 @deadmeat25: wow, angry man. I don't think E-bikes are that difficult to understand, a bike, add an electric motor = E-bike.
  • 1 1
 @squiffybiker: Can you open your tiny mind for one moment to the possibility that i wasn't suggesting that you don't know what E-Bikes are, but that you don't understand what they're for?

You came on here to let everyone know that you want them all to "f*ck off", which for more reasons than i care to list, makes you a f*cking moron. You clearly don't get it, any of it, or you simply wouldn't have written that.

It's threatened, defensive, nasty little knee jerk pricks like you that always take the longest to come round to new things. You take the most convincing, talk shit for the longest and generally try as hard as you can to oppose progress for as long as possible, just to make yourself look like a hero by occupying the moral low ground whilst thinking you're right. You're not.

This isn't an MTB specific problem, every sport, pastime or discipline of anything has morons like you opposing new things because their brain lacks the power to process change positively. Don't make the same mistake when E-Brains come out, make sure you're at the front of that cue mate!

Pushing your bike uphill while spitting hate at those who ride straight past you on an E-Bike makes you a prick, not a hero, you're the one missing out and you're attitude just makes you look stupid. Call me Mr Angry all you like, i'm not the one that clicked on an article i knew i'd hate just to write a hateful comment, you did, and this is the response you deserve.
  • 2 0
 You know it’s nice to be nice ????@Asmodai:
  • 1 0
 @deadmeat25: are you this much of a cu*t in real life too?
  • 1 0
 @deadmeat25: or when you can just hide behind your computer screen?
  • 2 1
 @squiffybiker: he isnt wrong tho

ebikes are fine, and hating them for no reasons is just retarded
  • 1 0
 @Asmodai: there are reasons, E-bikes have opened up cycling to so many more people which is great, but, as a result of this too many people are turning up at trail centers and local spots not able to ride properly, blocking routes and runs because they haven't learnt the necessary basic skills, they've just bought an E-bike because it's easy.
  • 1 0
 @squiffybiker: so the problem is with people, not ebikes
  • 2 1
 ebikes are fine but it’s a different sport it shouldn’t be getting covered on pinkbike at all. Set up a sister page like gmbn did.
  • 6 0
 Can’t wait for my proper light, graphene buildt, full coil, small motor, tint battery, solar powered, no excuses full on cyborg bike to be released in 6 years. Until then this is just manufacturers feeling around in the blind trying to figure out what works. Ill just stick to my meta for now.
  • 11 4
 I'm an e-bike fanboy but come on! Can't they even try to make some of those decent looking?
  • 7 0
 Agreed, specialized have the best looking ones to date in my opinion
  • 2 0
 @dwojo: Altitude Powerplay by far the cleanest best looking.
  • 1 0
 Indeed, the Nicolai isn't exactly looking good (lets say it's particular and that their other bikes are more streamlined), but some others here make it look really good, if a bit industrial.

@dwojo Moustache make some pretty good one too, with the battery very well integrated.
  • 8 0
 If the Terminator had an E-Bike, he would have a Mubea.
  • 4 1
 How cool is that carbon bar/stem combo? And that Kona looks badass.
  • 4 2
 Mubea or a Porsche GT3 ? Can’t decide
  • 5 1
 E-Bikes for kids, low grade aluminium components with high-end forks and shocks and an overall cacophony of whatever I am witnessing. Yes, the sport is selling out. Smile
P.S. Arguments of the "you don't need to buy any of it, just do it like you always have" nature would not work, because of the fact that the new monthly MTB standards have pushed me to the edge. I used to wonder at small manufacturers's drive back in the day, now I see that BTR is basically the saviour of MTB!

Just my 2cents worth of venting. You may now down vote Smile
  • 2 0
 KTM in e-bikes. I think it is not unreasonable to expect bigger names like Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Honda to enter the e-bike market. I think in Europe the e-bike debate will be different than North America. It seems a good majority of the land for MTB in Europe is private land where as in NA it’s mostly public land. Our advocates try hard to share the land with hikers and horseback riders but I think e-bikes may make it harder in NA. Right now there isn’t much of a difference between e-bikes and regular bikes but I can see how we could have a 80cc electric motor on a dual crown bike with 3.0 tires and 250 mm travel. A 40-50lbs bike on the trails with a motor would tear the trail apart. How can we avoid this. This will give Sierra club guys a great excuse to stop MTB all together. I personally am against ANY motorized vehicles in the single track trails that you cannot ride a moto. If you can ride a moto then e-bikes are ok.

Please don’t get me wrong I actually think e-bikes are actually great utility bikes. I have ridden them. I do not particularly enjoy descending with them. They are not great to handle down the trails but for trail building, guide and rescue they would be awesome. I just am worried that our tenuous leverage in discussions with the municipalities can be compromised if we don’t pre-emtively take action to limit motorized vehicles.
  • 3 0
 KTM Bikes are not the same as KTM Motorbikes. 2 different companies only sharing the name
  • 1 0
 @Sethimus: KTM began producing motorcycles in 1954, while bicycle production began in 1964. Gennady Moiseev won KTM’s first Motocross World Championship in 1974, and the Duke 620 was introduced in 1994. By 1989 KTM had produced one million bicycles, and doubled that figure in 1999.

KTM history website.
  • 1 0
 @dirtypants: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KTM#KTM_after_1991

"KTM Fahrrad GmbH (KTM Bike Industries) remained an independent company and is owned by Chinese investors."
  • 1 0
 I have to disagree with some of your comments...it has been proven that e-bike DO NOT "tear up the trails" any more or less than any other MTB...in the mountain states of the U.S. the forestry service has started using them on trails to lug equipment into the mountain...
The thing that needs to be done is set rules for size of motor (250watt) no throttle (type1/A) then make a set of penalties (fines) for breaking the rules...we don't penalize people with a Ferrari, we just regulate them with speed limits...i ride all over the U.S. on my turbo Levi and am constantly passed by younger people on their regular MTB's and they are just as corrosive to the trail...
  • 2 0
 Kiddo e-bikes, oh boy… is that serious? Or are we back for April fool? Parents who want to put their kids mtbiking are just trying to make the bikes lighter to match the physical proportion. and help them to get an agile machine. The kids need to learn how to handle a bike, and a e-bike doesn't help at all for that. I have ridden e-bikes, and the riding is not the same at all than a classic one. kids need to get skills, not more power! It is really a shame to see brands doing kids ebikes….
  • 2 0
 Glad to live in the EU! Mandatory liability insurance with every ebike FTW -- Almost got killed by a 75 year old granny going 40 kmh in the city... Needless to say, she´s eating cookie through a straw now..
  • 7 4
 Also, can we start calling 'plus size' tyres 'E bike tyres' yet?...........
  • 1 0
 I don't know, I've seen a few thinking that a 29 front and 27+ rear is a great combo (for hardtail particularly) but it won't take off as long as you have to use 2 wheels of the same size in competition.
  • 1 0
 This is all very depressing to me.
Still can't figure out why they can't put a gearbox into the motor and do away with the derailleur and gears. Seems logical to me. Perhaps to give the impression they are still bicycles?
  • 1 0
 One day man, one day....
  • 1 0
 @paulaston: was the haibike flyon series presented after this article was written. looks to me they actually came up with some innovative ideas on these. would love to hear pbs take on them
  • 3 0
 There goes the neighborhood
  • 3 1
 Hey PB, could you open a specific website for e-content? Otherwise this will bring us into conflict.
  • 1 0
 Let's just ignore that BH, for obvious reasons........ But why, after all these years are Haibike still making truly ugly looking bikes?!
  • 15 14
 I think it's time Pink Bike had a separate section for the over 50's for this shiz
  • 5 5
 Agree
  • 1 2
 Finally someone said it
  • 4 2
 everytime i see an ebike my destroyed knees and ankles fall in love.
  • 1 0
 Well looks like only a matter of time before all e bikes have gear boxs as efficency is not so imortant?
  • 3 1
 What is the world coming to...
  • 1 0
 Mini e-bike....hahahahaha, I am not a fan of e-bikes but kid on mini e-bike is another level
  • 3 0
 stop killing MTB!!!
  • 1 0
 The BH bracelet is just stupid, the kids e bike is a childhood obesity encouragement.
  • 3 1
 Uh oh...
  • 5 5
 i´d like to have an ebike which runs on gasoline instead of batterie power...oh wait
  • 2 0
 I have one. It's awesome. I also have a mountain bike and a commuter bike. I'm not against ebikes. But damn I'd love an electric moto as well.
  • 2 0
 @CanBLine: i really would like to have the electric powered ktm motocross bike
  • 1 0
 These bikes look heavy as ffff.
  • 1 0
 At least Scott have keep the 26 ain’t dead crew happy
  • 1 0
 After witnessing that nightmare I'm burying my 26' tonight.
  • 1 0
 Is that an ankle shaver on haibikes crank arm???
Good lord!
  • 1 1
 Mubea please stop hiring concept designers from Transformers to create your bikes
  • 1 0
 The Conway does not have a name? I propose the Twitty.
  • 2 0
 WHAT THE FUUCK.
  • 1 0
 The more I scrolled down the uglier everything became.
  • 1 0
 The gearbox is an Effigear gearbox, still present on Cavalerie Bikes
  • 1 0
 Why only one carbon bike?
  • 5 7
 Say what you like about e-bikes, they're propping up the industry, and they're also the source of some of the coolest innovations currently.
  • 4 1
 Name one.
  • 1 0
 This is...Bazingga!!
  • 4 4
 Rip Bikes
  • 2 3
 Couldn't find one that reminds me to a mountain bike
  • 1 1
 The Horror! The Horror!
  • 1 1
 The eggs hatched.
  • 7 9
 Pinkbike...still motoring on into oblivion.
  • 1 4
 50cc engine can be fixed under the bottom bracket they said
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