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Progressive geometry, outstanding versatility, the latest Bosch Performance CX, enduring 625Wh with a fully removable internal battery and 180mm of travel front and rear, the Ransom eRIDE ticks all the boxes.
When it comes to the design of our eMTB range of eRIDE Bikes, our goal is always to provide the best e-bike possible to the consumer. From all-mountain machines, to eMTB's for the MTB curious, we've got top notch models for any type of riding. The all-new Ransom eRIDE successfully expands Scott's eRIDE MTB range into the long travel enduro/freeride segment.Versatility
While developing the Ransom eRIDE, we had an e-bike in mind that was able to go down the roughest trails, jump, corner, manual… nothing less that what you'd like to do with your enduro bike. On an electric bike, jumping, cornering and manualing also applies to the uphills and this versatility was at the center of the development of the Ransom eRIDE. A steep seat angle, centered weight and a slack head angle make this Ransom eRIDE a beast for anything from your favorite bike-parks to your home trails. Suspension
Topped off with more travel, the Ransom eRIDE benefits from a more sensitive suspension curve at the beginning of the travel together with firmer compression towards the end of the travel. The kinematic was specifically developed to meet the requirements of an E-Enduro bike. Drive Unit & Assistance
The Ransom eRIDE is assisted by the Bosch Performance CX Generation 4 with a maximum power output of 85Nm and support of 340%. Fully integrated, the 625Wh battery is removable for convenient charging options. Choose between 4 assist modes or opt for the comfort of the eMTB mode which automatically adapts to a natural feeling assist. Rely on the best drive unit available on the market.
Thanks to the Bosch Performance CX generation 4, the assistance can be customized, feel free to adapt the % of assistance delivered by the motor for each mode. The Bosch drive unit benefits from friction free technology which gives you the feeling of a normal bike if the motor is off or if you are pedaling above 25km/h.
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