Lapierre Overvolt AM 727i - First Ride

Apr 23, 2018
by Paul Aston  

Based in Dijon, France, Lapierre Bicycles, is one of the oldest brands in the business, founded in 1946. They were also one of the early adopters of eMTB's back in 2014. This all-new Overvolt AM is targeted at all-mountain riding with 160mm of travel and 27.5+ rims and rubber.

This new platform is the first Lapierre propelled by a Shimano Steps motor and fuelled by a 'SnakePower' 500wh integrated battery. Starting at €4599 and reaching up to €6799 split across five spec levels, we headed to Corsica in exceptionally bad weather to try the AM727i.
Overvolt AM 727i Details

Intended use: trail / enduro
Travel: 160mm
Wheel size: 27.5+
Motor: Shimano STEPS E8000 motor w/ internal SnakePower battery
Frame construction: Aluminum
Sizes: S-XL
Pricing: €4599 - €6799
More info:

Lapierre Overvolt AM

Frame Details

Lapierre Overvolt AM
The Overvolt AM has the on/off switch integrated into the top tube.
Lapierre Overvolt AM
A prominent chrome headtube badge from one of the oldest brands in the business; Lapierre was founded in 1946.
Lapierre Overvolt AM

Lapierre Overvolt AM
Woohoo, room for a bottle cage.

Compared to Lapierre's flagship Overvolt Carbon, the AM727i is almost bland. The carbon bike featured twin downtubes and a standard battery located under the seat tube and almost directly on top of the motor. The concept was to get the weight as low and centralized as possible for stability and light handling. The AM has a more conventional look and a new suspension design that tries to move the weight of the linkage and shock as low as possible, and instead integrates the battery into the downtube.

Lapierre Overvolt AM
Lapierre Overvolt AM

Lapierre Overvolt AM
Lapierre wanted to keep the weight of the bike a low down as possible, hence the new linkage design compared to previous Lapierre offerings.
Lapierre Overvolt AM

Motor and Battery

Lapierre Overvolt AM

Lapierre Overvolt AM
Lapierre Overvolt AM

Lapierre Overvolt AM

The motor is a standard Shimano STEPS E8000 unit, with stiff, 170mm Hollowtech cranks. The SnakePower battery, on the other hand, is far from standard; the huge articulated unit slides into the downtube from a sealed and lockable port near the head tube. After a couple of tries, it becomes simple and fast to remove it for charging or changing. Of course, the battery can still be charged in the bike with a charging port on the downtube.

Build Kits

Aluminum is the only option for the eMTB chassis, with four sizes S-XL. There are five models to choose from with prices ranging from €4599 - €6799. There are also all of the same options in a 29" wheeled bike, with 140mm travel.

Lapierre Overvolt AM 727i
927i €6799
Lapierre Overvolt AM 727i
827i €6499
Lapierre Overvolt AM 727i
727i €5999
Lapierre Overvolt AM 727i
627i €5499
Lapierre Overvolt AM 727i
527i €4599


The AM727i's geometry is aimed at all-mountain riding and shaped around 27.5+ wheels. Interestingly, you can't fit 29" wheels as it is a true 27" bike with added clearance to squeeze in a 2.8" tire (most brands offer the option of 29" or 27.5+).

The prime numbers are a 65.5º head angle, 75.5º seat angle, and 445mm chainstays. Reach numbers start at 418mm on the S, up to 482 on the XL.

Lapierre Overvolt AM727 geometry

After jumping off the ferry on to sunny Corsica, we were greeting by 10cm of snow on the beach and the worst (or best) snowfall on the island for decades, which took a sharp toll on our riding time. But after a couple of days, things started to dry out and we could get going.

The AM727i was simple to set up with Fox's latest suspension being a breeze to get dialed in. The bike was quiet from the outset with no battery rattle, and the rubber guards to keep chainslap at bay.

Shimano's motor with the latest firmware updates has great torque sensitive power in 'Trail' mode and makes feeding in the power easier and more intuitive on techy and loose trails. That said, I struggled more on this eMTB when tackling steep climbs than the recently tested Thok and Canyon.

As we dropped into some rocky descents, we were plagued with punctures - some tougher tires would be the first upgrade over the spec'd EXO casing High Roller and Rekon. C'mon Maxxis, just make some Double Down 2.8" tires already.

Lapierre Overvolt AM

Like all eMTB's, the stability from the extra weight keeps the bike planted, but there was enough support from suspension to keep the bike up in its travel and let your push as the speeds increase. Then to slow down, the bike is spec'd as all eMTB's should be with 200mm rotors and the more powerful choice of the Guide RE brakes that use an old-style Code caliper.

The AM727i traveled through and over most terrain well. The suspension needed some more support at the end of the stroke in big compressions and hits, but this could be solved with some suspension tweaking and some more time. Overall the AM727i is a package that is ready to take on nearly anything that is put in its way.

Lapierre Overvolt AM
Lapierre Overvolt AM


  • 66 21
 They have absolutely no place other than for people who like to ride together in groups, avoid shuttles, get more dh in their riding time and want to enjoy the sport with a big grin, bunch of cheats who are cheating their selves, makes me so angry lol
  • 19 5
 "The sport" - which sport exactly do you mean Wink
  • 13 2
 So you are saying, that you are jealous of others that use e bikes to ride more?
  • 28 4
 A dude flew past me in the weekend on his e-bike while I pushed my dh rig up the hill. I'm jealous and want to cheat too!
  • 10 2
 @aljoburr: not at all, I have one in the stable lol wouldn't be my only bike though
  • 10 8
 @lkubica: Motorcross
  • 8 2
 @aljoburr: I think you missed the sarcasm.
  • 3 1
 @aljoburr: Serious question? Hells ya, don't you want to ride more?
  • 2 2
 @sewer-rat: Yes I do agree that will never be my only bike, but price of e bikes is off putting & weight when lifting over fences
  • 16 10
 @sewer-rat you live in dorchester, you're hardly riding cross mountain epics, or even hills so yes an e-bike wont make sense to you. i've ridden e-bikes in nelson, NZ which is where I used to live, where you're actually riding mountains, you can do 3-5 runs of some epic trails, maybe its an 800m climb so you realistically you're going to ride that trail once, or twice on a good day with your regular trail bike. how abut doing it 4 times or so on an e-bike?
so many people miss the point, its not a case of cheating, think of it as being able to ride more, go further, its not cheating cause trust me, you can get a fricking good work out on one. it also motivates some of the older generation to ride who otherwise wouldn't have the strength or motivation to do so. e-bikes are rad.
  • 9 1
 @Floyd123: Pretty sure @sewer-rat was being sarcastic there, regurgitating only part of the wide variety of made-up arguments against e-bikes.
  • 11 3
 @Floyd123: oh dear buddy, i was being sarcastic, if you read my comment above , I actually own one!! and a fatbike lol I love it, as stated though it wouldn't be my only bike. For me I get a few hours each time for a ride and my local woods are pretty much dh orientated little trails etc, for that the ebike is perfect, and for avoiding weeks of pre booking and higher costs at bike parks, and yes agreed you do get a great workout and its nice for all levels to be able to ride together
  • 3 7
flag headshot (Apr 24, 2018 at 5:24) (Below Threshold)
 Whats this things 0-62 time. Ooops, sorry, wrong website... Or is it?
  • 1 1
 Nos button must mount on handlebar not top tube.
  • 3 2
 Less yapping more brapping @chyu:
  • 3 2
 @sewer-rat: ah the sarcasm wasn't recognised sorry. good on ya for having one, guess you ride puddletown, an e-bike is good there for the amount of laps one has to do..
  • 2 1
 @Floyd123: you got it dude!! Only round the corner, perfect sense for up and down there, you a Dorset local also?
  • 1 1
 @sewer-rat: lived in Poole, rode puddletown often, moved to NZ when I was 19 an rode there for 3 years. now live in Sweden. sounds like puddletown has changed heaps lately
  • 1 1
 Yeah quite a bit dude, I’d love to be in Sweden @Floyd123:
  • 2 1
 @sewer-rat: its ok man, nothing like nz, would rather be back there
  • 3 2
 @dirch: The thing that I really like about e bikes over regular mtb, is real go anywhere with little effort, I mean you can go out for a cruz and still be able to hit things faster that ever had before especilally if a lot of uphill sections!
  • 3 0
 After losing my fitness due to 6 months off the bike due to a twice dislocated (within a a few months) shoulder and a concussion, I bought my first eMTB about 3 weeks ago - the motivation was to just get back out there and ride, no matter how.

I have had a *blast*. You definitely do still get a good work out as you ride further and ride more - and it's pedal 'assist' not replacement. I rode my favorite single track last weekend for the first time in 8 months... even with the 650m climb to get to the trailhead, I was fresh for the trail and had an amazing ride - probably better than when I rode up it 'manually', as I wasn't tired by the climb and could concentrate on lines, position etc. So when I got to the bottom, I rode up and did it again.

You still have to pedal, it's not MX or a motorbike, you still have to push and control a bike... While I still have my FS 29er, the eBike has got me out doing over 300km the last 10 days, even with my injury recovery and rehab still going on.

Don't knock it until you try it.
  • 32 2
 Dont care about the bike. But how are the trails in corsica?
  • 7 0
 Corsica is full of Corsicans. All armed to the teeth and making sure they’re unpleasant enough to make you feel unwelcome on their island.
  • 4 0
 @FloriLori: As you approach the island on the ferry you will be greeted by painted cliffs that say "go home tourists". Kind of sets the tone for the visit.
  • 3 1
 Corsica's the bomb dude, everything from rocky alpine to loamy forest, all on one island, combined with the best dried meat and cheese this side of Greece, 10/10 destination for just about everything
  • 3 0
 @FinnWatts: Dried meat... Are you a hyena?
  • 2 0
Corsica is ‘the bomb’ indeed...
Pun intended.
  • 17 0
 The backlash against the backlash begins. The frog is starting to boil nicely.
  • 3 1
 What if you press that button on the top tube and it turns out the battery was actually small but most of its case volume was a high pressure tank connected to the dropper post and if sensor on the saddle points you sit on it, you get catapulted 5m into the air with the seat being pushed into your butt? That’s like Pinkbike Trolls wet dream called “In the end, Justice!”
  • 34 20
 Tissues a the ready to dry the eyes of the incoming boohoo brigade. Its a motorbike, [wahhh], fat lazy, [sobbing] earn your decent, [weep] trail access issues [blub]
  • 3 3
 I'm ready. I you want to moan, please do so right here.
  • 12 0
 won't someone think of the children!
  • 23 2
 ABSOLUTE CHEATS!! Now where's that uplift?
  • 16 4
 @sewer-rat: this President of US, I have the red button in my hand ok? Another one next to my toilet, Do you understand that? terrific! Now, I want you to know that you are completely right, E-bikes are terrible, not real mountain bikes, in fact they aren't even motorcycles, they are E-bikes. Many come here and they are criminals, trail rapists. Someone just cut my favorite switchback on my ranch and I got my best people from CIA on it to tell me that it was an E-bike. Like the one that started fire in California, by pedal strike. Yes it was a pedal strike, from electric pedal. These are not good people, ok? E-bikes take the jobs from America to Jina, and this is a French bike, it makes French lines, I am sure it was a French bike responsible for butchering my beatiful trail on my tremendous ranch. Electric motors are also made in places like Mexico or Yemen, not West Virginia or North Carolina, no. So I say, listen Pinkbike, you are nice Canadian people but shut that E-bike part down, you live close to Bellingham m*therf*kers! I expect your Prime minister to come to the White House and apologize. 100 times. I said it, 100 times. And Canadia will pay for planting something on that Strava line on my ranch. Thank you
  • 26 14
 what do mobilityE bikes an dildo's have in common?
they're both battery powered an ridden by c*nts
  • 5 8
 @nojzilla: This is Mike Pence and how do you know that if you’re not a c*nt yourself?
  • 5 10
flag nojzilla (Apr 24, 2018 at 2:27) (Below Threshold)
 @WAKIdesigns: Oh I know I'm a c*nt. I'm just not pretending by riding a Mobility bike, thinking it's a moto an denying the hard, dark, sadness inside
  • 2 8
flag WAKIdesigns (Apr 24, 2018 at 2:32) (Below Threshold)
 @nojzilla: OMG you must be loosing it when you see someone on an E-bike smiling. I wonder what would you do if someone on E-bike rode past you on a DH track no matter how unlikely it is. Don't ride with Matt Wragg mate. If you now think I like E-bikes then you need some mental work to do.
  • 4 2
 @sewer-rat: I wonder how many watts that Doppelmayr cable car motor has at Fort Bill? When you cheat big it becomes cool, like a Hollywood worthy bank robbery.
  • 1 0
 Enjoy your sado/maso buddy and leave others to enjoy their way... Big Grin
  • 1 0
 @WAKIdesigns: as president of the US of A you should understand better than anyone "What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate"
  • 3 0
 @nojzilla: Yes they should be called m bikes & have to get a line from your doctor to be allowed to get one?
  • 2 5
 @sewer-rat: I prefer people who don't make excuses, ok? I have a good deal of pussy roosting for those who do, ok? Just trying to make natural Watts great again. I have thiiis thiiiiing to saaaaay to all good cyclers out there who don't use motors: we are with you, we love you and we always pedal through, together - always. Because those lazy pseudo crooks on E-bikes don't care, they want everything for free, they want to take away tax cuts from companies that give jobs, they, THEY! Theeeey will take away you second amendment and make taxes sky rocket! But here's the great news, and it's not fake news: We won't let it happen! And look at all this media, they are scavenegers, all of them! And you know who's with them? Rosie O'Donnell!
  • 1 1
 @WAKIdesigns: Please make MTB great again
  • 16 0
 I'm not e-mused
  • 16 2
 Muricans must still be sleeping. They haven't arrived at this article to have a cry yet
  • 15 2
 you mean the people who cry when you ride trails in the wet weather
  • 8 0
 Muricans don't see the e-bike articles anymore.
  • 3 1
Just a joke or? As I see no American whining here
  • 11 1
 @NotNamed: It's no joke. The land of the free is picky about its freedoms.
  • 8 1
 @BenPea: Nah, it was more like:

US: We don't want to read about this!
PB: Then don't click on the article.
US: We don't want to be confronted with the option to click the link that would allow us to read the article.
PB: Ok, sorted.
  • 25 14
 According to the dictionary.

a small, lightweight motorcycle.
a bicycle that is propelled by an attached motor.
  • 10 4

a member of any of the bands of English workers who destroyed machinery, especially in cotton and woollen mills, which they believed was threatening their jobs (1811–16).
a person opposed to increased industrialization or new technology.
"a small-minded Luddite resisting progress"
  • 2 1
 @enduroNZ: from todays point of view the Luddites were right, right?

no offence Smile
  • 3 1
 @Lasse2000: If you think that is the case, please put down your keyboard and sell your bikes immediately. They were trying to roll back the industrial revolution, which was the catalyst for most modern technology and ideas like the concept of leisure time to ride bicycles down hills (at least for people outside the nobility). Pre-industrial revolution, the chances are you would have been too busy subsistence farming to have fun.
  • 2 2
 @mattwragg: hm, not sure if you miserunderstood or misinterpreted my post. When you consider what industrialisation did to the working class than and still now (for example in Bangladesh), they were right with their fear of more pressure and harder life due to industrialisation. It was the starting point of turbo capitalism and many people still suffer because of it. That was my point. Nevertheless i‘m part of it, typing this in my iPhone made by Foxcon workers under bad circumstances. But that doesn‘t mean that the Luddites weren‘t right with what they were afreaid of and wanted to avoid with their attacks against the machines. Can you follow me?
  • 1 0
 @Lasse2000: Don't get me wrong, I don't particularly like the modern world and much that comes with it, but I prefer to look forwards. I particularly like some of the radical post-robotisation ideas being thrown around, like a universal living wage for all. I also think that your concept of the luddites is somewhat romaticised - for the greater part, they just wanted to keep their jobs, when their time was up (much like the coal industry in the US today, for example). For what it's worth, I grew up near Nottingham in the UK, my family is from Arnold and the surrounding area, and my father worked in the textile industry, so I was always pretty close to this history (plus the closures of the pits and the factories) - and he is now watching the industry he worked in for 40 years die.
  • 5 1
 It’s an odd thing this notion that we should have to ‘earn our turns’...
I spent half my life snowboarding, I did as little hiking as possible, took the chair straight to the park every day.
If I lived next to a bike park I’d do as little peddling as possible and I’m sure there are many lucky bastards who do this.
There are segments of cycling based heavily around peddling just as there are skiing and even splitboarding based around hiking or just plain going uphill. But I’m not into cycling to pedal, I’m in to go down hills and off jumps, once again as I’m sure are many others. If there’s a way to help me do more of that in areas that aren’t lift accessed...I’m down. No question.
I ride in areas that are not impossible to ride to the top but if I could double the amount of runs? No brainer.
I’m not feeling negative toward these bikes at all, I am sceptical whether we’ll get to a point where they’re as good as bikes without motors on the descents but I’m excited to see where it goes.
Second to building a chairlift on every hill (which is what I’d do if I could) they seem a good idea.
I wanna go to FJMTB and do 50 runs a day.
  • 2 0
 Yeah, earn your turn def have an air of arrogance to it. Like it's not really pure unless..I`ve done tons of hiking with my snowboard. Don't ride park. Lots of hike a bike/ pushing to find new terrain or hidden trails. I ride with guys all the time that's like " we should have a lift here duh" when we pedal back to the top. Itś a matter of perspective. On one end you have "the more shuttling is more fun. On the other the ûber sufferfest purist. Shuttle guys do (in my opinion) tend to forget about being in the now or whatever.. I find that you tend to be more alert and present when you do get to go down after a longer ride to start of the section or descent
  • 2 0
 @DOAFT: I don't know if I feel more alert but I definitely feel more connected to my body. Not necessarily in a good way. But if a philosophy is worth following it's worth hurting for. f*cking French and their philosophies.
  • 8 1
 Me: woohoo new bike! ...klick... oh no, it's an ebike. just scroll down to the comments...
  • 6 2
 For me, i am an earn your turns kind of guy. It’s hard to earn your turns when your turns are done for you. Im the guy in the drysuit getting washed over and under by icy waves in january, just to catch that perfect ride. Im all quality instead of quantity. Dont give a shit if a guy passes me on an e bike. So he can get one more lap in. Im NOT in a race.. Didnt join one, dont care. Unless He tears up the trails..
  • 1 0
 I‘m with you. Was sceptical, if e-mtb can be called same sport as mtb. So i recently did a comparison test for a german e-mag: riding 3 hours with a normal enduro bike on a 10km loop with 300m elevation. Did it with 210 Watts intermediate and 145 bpm. Did the same loop next day with an e-bike. Same amount of Watt and bpm. Result: 1450hm and 4 loops day 1 and 2200hm and 6 loops day two. So exactly the same „sport“ for my body uphill, but even more sport dh - and that equals more fun for me. Win-win, don‘t you think?
  • 9 3
 I'm going to put some popcorn on - who wants some?
  • 5 1
 Only if you make it the old fashioned way - on open fire!
  • 3 0
 I'll take toffee popcorn please !
  • 1 0
 Am I too late for popcorn? Darn it!
  • 8 6
 E bikes have their place but I won't be buying one anytime soon!! What I don't agree with and pisses me off regularly is the people that ride them, flying up behind or past other riders with no warning! Learn some trail etiquette.....
Serious question though....with all the fantastic new bikes being released, why is only ebikes that seem to get reviewed on here???
  • 5 7
 >with all the fantastic new bikes being released, why is only ebikes that seem to get reviewed on here???

really? check all reviews in past month there are many reviews and only like 2 of ebikes
  • 3 1
 @Asmodai: fair point, over the last month there's has been more reviews of bikes than ebikes. Perhaps it was a hasty comment on my part.
  • 5 1
 Thats it I am going to invent an antI E BIKE EMP, Good to see google has no info on it?
Anyone want to help crowdfund it?
  • 1 0
 I don't want more people on the trails and I don't want MTB to be mainstream, so no thank you eMTB. The trails around where I live are seriously torn up and rutted from over crowding and rebuilding is not an option dolue to local laws. I spend more time looking out for posers who pose a danger to not only themselves, but others as well, than the ride itself. I'm looking forward to seeing the support for eMTB backfire in the faces of the supporters.
  • 4 1
 Yes Funny that e bikes can have a bottle cage, but a lot of enduro bikes cant fit one in, strange?
  • 4 1
 For the beers you can now drink while into he middle of an xc run
  • 2 0
 French riders are true cheaters Smile
6 out of 10 Mountain Bikes sold here are actually EBikes
Lapierre (and others) knows that fact
  • 4 0
 That's certainly not true. Maybe in a certain price segment,like above 5000€,but I still can't believe it.
  • 2 0
 @nozes: If you van read french find here after what a french bike seller and rider said last year:

En 2017 (ndlr : interview réalisée fin juillet 2017) à la Roue Libre Nice, on n’a pas du vendre 5 vélos d’Enduro classiques. Par contre, on vend 400 vélos électriques par an. Ce ne sont pas tous des VTT, mais quand même.

Quick and dirty translation:
In 2017 in our Bike shop we did not sell 5 classic Enduro bikes.
On the other hand, 400 electric bicycles are sold per year. These are not all mountain bikes, but still.
  • 2 0
 @popeur: Ok,what I understood from your comment "6 out of 10 Mountain Bikes sold here" is that it relates to France,but if it's only on a bike shop in Nice,I'm not surprised.
  • 1 0
 @nozes: @nozes: The numbers are far broader, certainly here around Nice La Roue Libre is not alone in that kind of ratio - I know a Specialized dealer just down the coast who sold maybe a couple of Enduros all year, but every single ebike he could get his hands on.
  • 11 10
 E-MTB's have there place, but I don't get what they are doing here on Pinkbike. What's next, roadbikes, commuter bikes?

I thought Pinkbike was pure MTB by MTB'ers. I don't get why you push us to embrace these E-bikes.
  • 5 9
flag Asmodai (Apr 24, 2018 at 3:13) (Below Threshold)
 this is MTB tho
  • 5 2
 Pinkbike is a business they have bills and employees to pay. While regular bike sales are stagnating at best the ebike sales are going up so the industry is pushing what sells. Pinkbike provides free content and we have the option to skip the articles that are not in our interest...
  • 3 2
 @bosnianrider: I actually agree with you. On the other hand I think there's an argument to be made that staying loyal to a certain 'philosophy' also has value. And it is there where I tought Pinkbike tryes to be different than all the other 'MTB-sites'.

Depending on the rider who rides the E-bike, I think they are awesome or very stupid.
  • 4 3
>I think there's an argument to be made that staying loyal to a certain 'philosophy' also has value

but there is no need to do that, ebikes like this are also MT-Bikes, people riding them are literally the same people that also ride "normal" bikes. i have no idea why people are trying to antagonize other group which in reality doesn't even exist. cant we all just enjoy MTBs and leave this retarded "hurr durr ebikes are literally hitler" mentality behind?
  • 1 3
 @JWP: I think they are loyal to mountain biking. Ebikes (the limited assist pedelecs like the LP in the article) are mountain bikes made by the same companies and ridden by the same people on the same places (in Europe at least) as regular bikes.
I ride a Canyon Strive and a Commencal Meta Power. I enjoy riding both but during the week when I have limited time I ride the Meta Power because I can put a good amount of runs in a one and a half hour ride. Today I had four runs in 20km with 900m elevation. On the weekends when I ride with friends I ride the Strive. I don't care about loyalty I want to ride as much as a can and I ride much more since I have the ebike. Does it make me a prostitute or something? Smile
  • 10 7
 Can you do a review of the new bosh washing machine? Ive heard it got really good geometry and a very powerful motor.
  • 2 2
 I have never been a E-Bike hater, but a few years ago I just didn't really see the point of them for the most part. Now that the bikes are starting to look good and we are seeing good use cases for them I can see me getting one in the future. If I am honest I hate riding up hills and view it as a necessary evil to get my fun in, while I wouldn't use one at my local trail centre as it's pretty flat but if it avoids me having to book uplifts then that's a good thing IMHO. In a couple of the places I ride that are push up's a lot of people are considering getting an Ebike.
  • 3 0
 So what weight is it ? ....these ebike reviews never seem to mention it ....SO WHATS THE WEIGHT ? ? ?
  • 6 5
 I hope that in 20 years, e-bikes would weight less and be more DH friendly. please let it be! I will be 60 at that time.
  • 6 5
 This looks rad! I got nothing but love for e-bikes. The more people rising trails the better.
  • 7 8
 I am 300 Watts FTP, well trained rider, 20 years on my MTB, so I earn my ride more then most of you. But still ride me E-bike (equalizer) for pure fun with my untrained family so, f*ck off you E-bike mockers...
  • 7 7
 NOTE: Majority of people will have an E-Bike in the next three years, guaran-f*cking-T'd........stop moaning you twats embrace tech and enjoy.
  • 5 0
 I was going to disagree, but then remembered I have one.
I'm not fussed about EMTBs, They're not for me, but I do believe Ebikes make the best commuting/town option and people should be buying Ebikes instead of second cars.

I've got an Urban Arrow. Its rad.
  • 1 0
 Bet half of you that have been slagging them off since April 2017 now have one !! ????????????????
  • 1 1
 That bottle cage picture just ruined my top comment potential, and my day...
  • 10 9
 Go be electric somewhere else
  • 1 1
 ???? I'll steal this one
  • 5 6
 I actually thought the other day maybe be PB had dropped its obsequious kowtowing to the industry and had dumped emtb articles. Alas alack no.
  • 1 1
 I'll buy an ebike when they can squeeze everything into a 2 inch downtube. Next - a coil Spicy please?
  • 2 1
 no mention of the weight???
  • 1 1
 5th picture down Engineered in France....
  • 3 1
 Still better than a Raleigh or a Boardman !
  • 6 1
 @Euskafreez: Sir Walter Raleigh made a fortune selling tobacco and BMX's
  • 2 0
 We can only apologise.
  • 9 8
 what a crap
  • 1 1
 ebike sales will surpass mountain bike sales very soon.
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