Kellys' New Theos eMTB Has a Robot-Built Carbon/Steel Thermoplastic Frame

Aug 19, 2020
by KellysBicycles  


PRESS RELEASE: Kellys Bike Company

After 3 years of development by Kellys’ R&D department and cooperation with our European partners, the time has come to introduce all-new Kellys THEOS F-series.

Kellys Theos F is the first full-suspension e-bike in the world made of new generation material called thermoplastic hybrid steel-carbon composite, a.k.a. FEATHER which we use in cooperation with our friends from Belgian technology company Rein4ced. This material combines much stronger thermoplastic binder, carbon fibers and inox steel microfibers which reinforces the material even further. Not only the material is revolutionary, but also the way the frame is built out of it. Thermoplastic hybrid steel-carbon composite frames can be built by robots in a European factory for premium quality and ultimate performance.

Compared to carbon fibre resin composite the all-new thermoplastic hybrid steel-carbon composite is:

• 200% more impact-resistant
• 200% more durable
• Without weight penalty
• Produced by advanced robotic production for even better quality
• Recyclable


Kellys THEOS F series.
Kellys THEOS F series.

Kellys THEOS F series.

The all-new THEOS F comes in two variants: Super-Enduro with 180/170 millimetres of travel and Enduro with reduced travel of 150/140 millimeters. Despite the variant, THEOS F utilises a mullet layout with 29” front, and 27.5+” rear wheel for swift cornering, much better handling and speed. The new chassis is full-composite, which means there are no metallic inserts used to increase the durability even more and reduce weight.

The suspension uses the latest custom-tuned Think Link virtual-pivot suspension platform with asymmetrical damper kinematics to achieve desired geometry while keeping all Think Link benefits such as sensitivity, brake- and drivetrain-independence and no pedal kickback.

RETRACTABLE 720 WH BATTERY

THEOS F comes with a totally new power source. The Kellys Re-Charge K1 Li-ion battery is exclusively co-developed for THEOS F by Kellys-BMZ cooperation.

• The Kellys Re-Charge K1 offers mighty 720Wh and capacity of 20 Ah for outstanding range and performance.
• Thanks to patented internal cooling system and new-generation power cells, the battery has even better capacity-to-weight ratio than before. Now you have much more juice and the bike handling in terrain is exceptional because of low weight.
• On top of that, the new Kellys Re-Charge K1 battery comes with a totally new retractable fixation system. This unique solution allows for retracting the battery by sliding it out of the frame’s downtube with ease while keeping the structure of the frame untouched, avoiding a huge holein the side of the down tube, which would reduce frame rigidity and worsen the bike's behaviour during aggressive riding.

DRIVETRAIN

To complete the picture of the next generation e-bike THEOS F is powered by the latest Shimano drive units.


Kellys THOES F90
Kellys THEOS F90
Kellys THOES F70
Kellys THEOS F70

Kellys THEOS F90
FRAME: Kellys THEOS F series - Thermoplastic Hybrid Steel-Carbon Composite a.k.a. FEATHER by Rein4ced assembled by advanced robotic manufacturing / Think Link, 170mm rear travel, integrated removable battery / Made in EU
MOTOR: 2021 Shimano drive unit
BATTERY: Kellys Re-Charge K1 Li-ion internal removable 720Wh / capacity 20Ah, co-developed by Kellys-BMZ
FORK: Fox 38 Float Factory, Kashima Coat, 180mm, Float Evol / GRIP2 damper
REAR SHOCK: Fox Float X2 Factory, Kashima Coat, 2-Position Open-Firm
SHIFTERS: Shimano Deore XT Di2 SW-M8050 Firebolt, 11-speed
R/DERAILLEUR: Shimano Deore XT Di2 M8050
BRAKES Shimano Deore XT M8120 Hydraulic Disc F/R
WHEELSET: DT Swiss H1700 Spline 29 / 27.5 Disc F/R
TYRE Schwalbe Eddy Current Evo SuperTrail 29x2.60 ADDIX Soft / Schwalbe Eddy Current Evo SuperGravity 27.5x2.80 ADDIX Soft
Kellys THEOS F70
FRAME: Kellys THEOS F series - Thermoplastic Hybrid Steel-Carbon Composite a.k.a. FEATHER by Rein4ced assembled by advanced robotic manufacturing / Think Link, 170mm rear travel, integrated removable battery / Made in EU
MOTOR: 2021 Shimano drive unit
BATTERY: Kellys Re-Charge K1 Li-ion internal removable 720Wh / capacity 20Ah, co-developed by Kellys-BMZ
FORK: Rock Shox Zeb, 180mm, DebonAir / Charger R
REAR SHOCK: Rock Shox Super Deluxe Coil Select R
SHIFTERS: Shimano Deore SL-M6100-IR Rapidfire Plus, 12-speed
R/DERAILLEUR: Shimano Deore XT M8100
BRAKES Shimano MT420 Hydraulic Disc
HUBS: Shimano Deore MT410-B
RIMS: KLS Bender Disc
TYRE Schwalbe 29x2.60 Eddy Current Evo SuperTrail ADDIX Soft / Schwalbe 27.5x2.80 Eddy Current Evo SuperGravity ADDIX Soft

Kellys THOES F50
Kellys THEOS F50 TEAL
Kellys THOES F50
Kellys THEOS F50 BLACK

Kellys THEOS F50
TWO COLOUR OPTIONS: Black/Teal
FRAME: Kellys THEOS F series - Thermoplastic Hybrid Steel-Carbon Composite a.k.a. FEATHER by Rein4ced assembled by advanced robotic manufacturing / Think Link, 140mm rear travel, integrated removable battery / Made in EU
MOTOR: 2021 Shimano drive unit
BATTERY: Kellys Re-Charge K1 Li-ion internal removable 720Wh / capacity 20Ah, co-developed by Kellys-BMZ
FORK: Rock Shox 35 Gold RL, 150mm, DebonAir / Motion Control
REAR SHOCK: Rock Shox Deluxe Select R, DebonAir
SHIFTERS: Shimano Deore SL-M4100-R Rapidfire Plus, 10-speed
R/DERAILLEUR: Shimano Deore M5120
BRAKES Shimano MT420 Hydraulic Disc
HUBS: Shimano Deore MT410-B Disc
RIMS: KLS Bender Disc
TYRE Schwalbe 29x2.60 Eddy Current Evo SuperTrail ADDIX Soft / Schwalbe 27.5x2.80 Eddy Current Evo SuperGravity ADDIX Soft


More info about 2021 Kellys Collection here.



191 Comments

  • 152 27
 For robots, by robots.
  • 15 39
flag monkeybizz (Aug 19, 2020 at 14:54) (Below Threshold)
 literally was about to comment something similar lol
  • 121 0
 @monkeybizz: This is an automated reply.
  • 28 8
 $ echo "how to ignore e-bike content?" > /dev/null
  • 3 0
 FRBR
  • 75 0
 #notallrobots
  • 32 0
 @TEAM-ROBOT: That's something a robot would say.
  • 16 0
 hello, world
  • 14 4
 Available soon - the self riding model. No humans needed.
  • 30 0
 Do androids dream of electric bikes?
  • 3 25
flag erik2k10 (Aug 19, 2020 at 22:38) (Below Threshold)
 I don't believe this product is real. Never heard of the company before, and all of their other products are very generic. Too slick of presentation and not enough engineering info to back it up. If it is real, most likely the production model will be a much lower quality than the renders.
  • 15 2
 @erik2k10: @erik2k10: It's a Czech comapny that is mainly popular on the European market, no wonder you haven't heard about it. But that doesn't make it bad just becasue of that fact.
  • 7 0
 @Hetman64: It's Slovak brand, not Czech.
  • 11 0
 @erik2k10: hah, I think you fastened the tin foil hat too tightly....
  • 7 2
 Why mention the robot bit ? Looks quite a good ebike , no need to feed the ebike haters ! Aren’t all bikes made in factories by robots !
  • 4 0
 @h82crash: I don't get why people are downvoting this comment. Yamaha is working on exactly this with the Motobot in Moto GP.
At some point we will see a bicycle manufacturer do the same thing in collaboration with a robotics company, just to prove some sort of tech-related nonsense.

global.yamaha-motor.com/showroom/motobot
  • 3 0
 @Matt115lamb: because almost all carbon frames are made in factories my hand maybe?
  • 56 0
 @Matt115lamb: Transitions are brought into the world by shamen, Santacruz's used to be grown in silk cocoons but now grow on trees, Yeti's are woven from childrens eyelashes and ground up milk teeth by traffic wardens, Evil's come out of a fiery pit in the middle of the night.

Trek, Giant, and Specialized use robots operated by endangered animals.

Or so I've been lead to believe.
  • 10 0
 @Matt115lamb: People think that many products are made by robots when the reality is that very few are. Most bikes are made in big factories, by hand, by people on low wages. Robots are very expensive to buy and configure, people in less wealthy countries are cheap.
  • 10 0
 Machines making machines?
"Machines from the future. Terminators. All my life, my mother told me the storm was coming – Judgment Day, the beginning of a war between man and machines."

Seriously though, nice looking bike.
  • 26 0
 A sex scandal involving a robot lead to the R2-MeToo movement
  • 1 0
 @thinkbike:
Println("hello ro-bert");
  • 48 3
 As someone who loves low top tubes, I think this bike looks great. Cool production tech too, props!
  • 16 4
 Except that the low top tube is negated by the fact that they expect you to put your water bottle on top of it.
  • 26 0
 @reindeln: what do you need a water bottle for with all that exercise replacement?

I KID, I KID. I actually came to say this has got to be the best looking eMTB to date! The aesthetics are surprisingly nice although the Foxshox merger is a little confusing and that reservoir is um... I guess its still 2020.
  • 5 0
 @reindeln: All fine then, we can cool our
balls, if water bottle will be cold heh.
  • 1 0
 @greg390: you might be on to something
  • 21 4
 @reindeln: Who cares about water bottles anyways, am I the only one here who still rides with a full backpack?
  • 9 0
 As someone who loves low tube tops, ...
  • 1 1
 I don’t see a top tube. Just a mega seat stay.
  • 5 1
 @reindeln: No, you can fit a water bottle. It goes on the top side of the top tube. It is actually quite a neat solution; for those that don't use bottles, the lines and possibly suspension are not compromised, and for those who do use them, the location is ideal.
  • 5 0
 Yeah, I think it is the perfect solution. I sometimes feel top tubes are high just because they want room for a bottle inside the front triangle. Which leaves those riding without a bottle with a uselessly high top tube. This way, those riding with a bottle have it as high as it would otherwise be, those riding without bottle can actually enjoy how low it is. Those who apparently cool their balls on the bottle now have a much safer option to do so compared to, say, a Cannondale with room for a bottle below the suspension linkage.
  • 7 0
 @mkul7r4: You are not alone, lots of people wearing full packs. Who wants a bike designed around a water bottle anyway, not me.
  • 41 1
 200% more impact resistant, 200% more durable... They didn't even try when making up those numbers, did they.
  • 23 1
 I'm 110% sure that nothing on its own is 200% of itself.
  • 3 0
 Some of the superlatives were pretty funny, but the video was fantastic and that bike looks really good.
  • 2 0
 60% of the time, it works every time.
  • 32 1
 First they came for the pedal bikes, and I did not care, because I said I would always pedal then they came for the industry workers... and I did not care, for I liked being paid well in a different industry. ....not sure how the rest goes..but we will see.
  • 5 1
 Then they came for those with a fixed seatpost, and I didn't care, because I ran a dropper. Then they came for those with a 142mm hub, ...
  • 8 1
 If you think technology like this doesn't require a ton of highly skilled, highly paid workers to make it happen you have a very warped idea of manufacturing. There are more engineers involved in this by a mile than there are in a carbon frame. All you are eliminating is the relatively low skill laying in of the carbon cloth part of the process. It will still require most of the same finishing and other processes that happen to a frame once it comes out of the mould.
  • 20 0
 "Hey cool new bike, what is it?" "Kellys THEOS F series thermoplastic Hybrid Steel-Carbon Composite a.k.a. FEATHER by Rein4ced assembled by advanced robotic manufacturing Think Link 170mm rear travel, integrated removable battery Made in EU!!!!"

"Ok"
  • 12 0
 And now read that back in Mike Tyson's voice.
  • 3 0
 @MattyBoyR6: Kyle Strait doing his Meaty Paws grips add would be ideal.




THEY'RE REIN4CED!!!!
  • 5 0
 @MattyBoyR6: I can't read more than half without bursting out laughing. Too funny
  • 13 0
 This week, we got frames made of unicorn hair, and frames made by robots (even using FEATHER material. Where's the phoenix seriously?).

I am starting to wonder whether it's burnt wood smoke I have been inhaling the whole time...
  • 2 0
 They’ll require snake oil for service
  • 4 0
 @usedbikestuff: calling MyPillow CEO. Hello? Hello?
  • 3 1
 @PocoBoho:
Remember that time when a tv show from forever ago warned of a character named trump who peddled snake oil solutions that only he was able to provide?

youtu.be/h1D2ynASqe4
  • 1 0
 Pass the Plank
  • 1 0
 @usedbikestuff: I lube my drivetrain with snake oil
  • 12 0
 Haha, I like the way they blurred the new Shimano motor in the exploded view. The equivalent of a bike nip slip!
  • 11 0
 So it's kinda like a guerilla gravity ebike?
  • 2 0
 my first thought as well.
  • 2 0
 Like Revel Wheels too
  • 4 1
 Introducing the new GG Shreddbot
  • 2 1
 I hope those words are never seen together again
  • 10 0
 Is that fork the new ZEB 38?!
  • 1 0
 We couldn't help ourselves. We love them both
  • 2 0
 @KellysBicycles: Very nice! When and where to buy?
  • 7 1
 no comments on chainstay length? and shorter reach starting at 463???? I wonder when this super long bike trend will pass...Im 5'10'' and everytimr I ride my bike I noptice my mistake getting a frame with 460 mm reach. Frown can't imagine ir combined with chainstays about the same length
  • 12 0
 "super short chainstay" quoted in the video... checks the numbers... 460mm... is actually friggin long!
  • 1 0
 @scar4me: it’s short for an ebike I guess, but they can’t call it “super short” when the Levo SL exists.
  • 9 0
 I'd ride one!!! Oh wait... I'd ride almost any bike they feature on here
  • 7 0
 Science. What is it all about. Technology, what is that all about
  • 4 0
 It's TechMology!
  • 6 0
 „super short chainstays!“ - 460mm
But the integrated battery looks promising. They copied Specialized for good.
  • 7 0
 Best looking Ebike yet....
  • 5 0
 2021 Shimano drive unit??? How are they even able to state that on here? Don’t they mean EP8 with 85nm torque...

Seriously unveilIng what we all knew was coming.
  • 7 1
 List every detail imaginable...except the weight haha
  • 4 2
 It's not an XC racer, weight doesn't matter.
  • 3 1
 @Geochemistry: you might change your tune when you're having to pedal it home because the batteries run out
  • 4 0
 @Geochemistry: but it does, ebikes range from 38 to 60lbs
it affects how the bike brakes, accelerate, its character, how playful it is, battery life and how hard you work to carry the weight at all time.
No weight weenie but weight can almost double and that is an insane spectrum.
  • 3 0
 Arent't revel wheels made of thermoplastic carbon? I guess that's the future because you can cut human from the production and make it cheaper.. to make, not to sell ofc.. Viva la capitalism!
  • 4 0
 if the companies are more profitable, the industry will be healthier as well as be able to dump more money into R&D. you get radder bikes for what you're already willing to pay. win, meet win!
  • 2 0
 Adding humans adds human error.
  • 5 0
 @usedbikestuff: stupid humans. i guess if we remove them all then were would be no more errors.
  • 1 0
 @phil-e-b: the guy who draws it in cad isn’t the same one that lays up, there will be errors. Aside from a gigantic difference in pay and care
  • 4 0
 @phil-e-b: Ridiculous. I read the comment sections regularly, which I assume are made by humans. Absolutly zero erors their.
  • 3 0
 @rrolly: Having working with both automated carbon layup and currently working with hand layup, the machine adds consistency. We've got some seriously talented people doing hand layup but not EVERYONE is that skilled. For better or worse, the machine does significantly more consistent layup regardless of what people are in charge of running or programming it.
  • 5 0
 It lists the all new Shimano 2021? Whats the info on that? New steps motor?
  • 5 2
 Shimano EP8 Backward compatible with Steps, so in theory if you have a current ebike using an E8000, supposedly you can slap the new motor in. I thought that was cool.
  • 1 1
 @Brasher: I’ve heard the same, but that picture makes that theory look impossible. The chainstay length is impossibly short as compared to what is considered normal right now.
  • 4 2
 @HurricaneCycles: hmmm my ebike has 439mm chainstays and an E8000.... I've been told by a good source it will work, but wait till 31st of this month when it's released.
  • 1 0
 @Brasher: fair enough. I guess we will see!
  • 2 0
 It looks really nice, but a little something bugs me. Maybe the rear triangle is a bit too small compared to the front one. Maybe it's emphasized by the smaller rear wheel. And maybe it's emphasized by the shock angle which conveys a bit the feeling that the bike is sagging rather than arching. But it looks nice.
  • 4 0
 Is the material that revolutionary? Wasn’t the GT STS rocking thermoplastic back in the day?
  • 1 0
 I think they may of even done a Lobo one or an LTS. Hoping this brakes less than those ones
  • 6 1
 There are no “new” technologies in the bike industry. Virtually everything is borrowed from other places. We simply don’t have enough money as an industry to spend millions in Researching material science and production techniques. Let’s the auto or aerospace industry do that and then find ways to adapt it for bikes. That’s how we got carbon fiber. And that’s where all the so called “new” tech comes from. someone may be the first to use said tech on a bike, but there’s a solid 99% chance that technology has been around for a very long time. In this case, it’s definitely been around for a very long time in both the industries mentioned above.
  • 3 1
 thermoplastic for sure, but without combination of carbon & steel fibers
  • 1 1
 @angusprox: yes my friend yes. Gas lines have been made out of the stuff since the 80s. Numerous underwater applications. Auto did pick it up en mass until 2000’s.
  • 3 0
 Anyone else noticed on the top model, there's a super deluxe witn kashima stantion. Looks good. Who needs water anyway ... ...
  • 3 0
 pretty nice looking rig, but since they all get me to the top quick and easy, and are fun in any terrain... NEED MOAR TRAVEL. Tough to beat a kenevo.
  • 3 0
 Never before have I looked at an ebike and thought it looked good. I don't mind it doesn't mean I'll buy it....or be able to afford it.
  • 1 0
 Who else is using the Rein4ced method? In the states we've got two "brand-manufacturer" - GG uses a robot-layed thermoplastic manufacturing method, along with Revel Wheels, but Rein4ced is primarily just a manufacturer for other brands. To make matters even more confusing, they are marketing "FEATHER" as ANOTHER part of their company. Apparently Accel Group (who owns Ghost) claimed it was going to use Rein4ced/Feather to build some of their new frames, but prototype Lector didn't seem to go much further than a proto.
  • 1 0
 Revel is not a manufacturer, FYI
  • 1 0
 @m-t-g: I thought they were making the rims in Utah. Or is CSS Composites the actual manufacturer?
  • 2 0
 Not interested in the e-stuff but I am happy to see european production both from a jobs and environmental/pollution perspective. Hopefully comes to more non-assisted bikes as well.
  • 2 1
 Nice advert, did I notice a shock mounted on its side to fit it in....

Come on PB, do a good vs battle for e-bikes.

I wonder how it goes on the descents when freewheeling at 15.6mph Smile
E-bikes are the future for many for sure, without saying.
Would happily borrow one for the day, own one.... no
  • 4 0
 459mm SUPER SHORT CHAINSTAYS...... ... how dare they? seriously

just makes any word they say not worth listening
  • 2 1
 Everybody hates E-Bikes but I'm going in that direction, 62 years old and trying to no avail to ride like I'm 25. Knee's are wearing out, don't have the same lung capacity as a younger guy, sh! t at 62 I got 1 foot in the grave already. An E-Bike would really help me out, to bad they're so damn expensive, I don't want to wait until I'm in my 70's to get one but at the rate I'm saving up I might have to. Good looking bikes with some cheap specs, frames look solid though, probably won't be sold in the US, never heard of the brand.
  • 2 1
 Although I'm mostly against e-bikes except in circumstances where the owner wouldn't be able to /be motivated to ride without the motor assistance

I had a thought the other day that made me change my attitude a bit.. If the tech trickles down to mobility aids like wheel chairs, it would make taking your gran for a walk a lot more interesting..you could basically go anywhere!
It must be tough for outdoorsy old people who are suddenly confined to being wheeled around on tarmac surfaces, so this off road electric tech could be a solution.
  • 1 0
 This way of manufacturing is great. Want to bring manufacturing back to the USA, or EU? Then robotics is the only way to do it cost effectively, and I can't wait to see the more new bikes coming out using this way of construction (Gorilla Gravity does more or less the same).
  • 3 0
 the top of the line model has a 38/zeb fork float x2/superdelux shock and kashima coated oneup dropper
  • 4 0
 Poor guy is giving his presentation to an empty theater
  • 1 0
 Nice Kashima Zeb fork

Ja designed by robots to be ridden by robots. Clearly nobody with have a heart had a look at this image. I wonder if they've even built a bicycle or only seen it in The Matrix?
  • 5 0
 200%
  • 2 0
 200% ok, but compared to what? Smile
  • 1 0
 ..
  • 2 0
 I realise that video's all marketing pzazz, but I lost all trust in any of the content at the point they measured head-angle between headtube and downtube.
  • 1 0
 Finally we can call it plastic :-). It's nice they are building it by robots, the less "soul" is has the better. Death to craftsmanship, human labour and jobs !! Profit margins above all !!!
  • 1 0
 How much does it cost? What kind of money do the Robots save the consumer?

I could not watch the Keynote. Anyone else think it's presumptuous to call your bike reveal a Keynote?
  • 3 2
 Unicorns , feathers & £10+ k push bikes, have so many months of lockdown passed without noticing that we are actually in April 2021.
  • 1 0
 This is a great product; however, they should be produced by some hands! I'm sure the quality and customers will still be there and a few people get some really cool jobs.
  • 3 0
 Does anyone know what these weigh so I can complain about it?
  • 1 0
 Seems weird they talk about weight, but don't say what it is. Suspicious to say the least.
  • 3 1
 Those renders are too funny, they've literally photoshopped a zeb and a oneup dropper with kashima coloured stanchions
  • 3 0
 Is that a zeb with fox stickers?
  • 3 1
 Buying such complicated bike with virtually no customer service from kellys? No thanks
  • 2 0
 Does kellys have poor customer service? Bike is a work of art but when i see emtbs with house brand batteries i then wonder how customer service is. Maybe the battery is great but a spare wont be as easily found as a shimano or bosch battery. Hard to fly anywhere with your bike if youre going to have to rent an obscure battery.. Not to mention frame parts(pivots) or possible frame warrantee. Im just not familiar with Kelly but it does look like their engineering team sweats the details.
  • 2 0
 @won-sean-animal-chin: i bought their gravel bike few wreks ago and shimano claris groupset doesnt work as it should. It always grinds on frobt derailleur. Sent them email almost two weeks ago and no response. Another member of our local forum sent them mail and they responded 5 weeks later. I dont care that kuch for my "commuter" bike (even though for 900e i could have mtb with hydraulics and air fork) but i certainly wouldnt buy anything more expensive from them
  • 3 0
 @mironfs: thanks. Good to know. A simple thing like answering an email or phone call goes a long way. Hope you can get it fixed
  • 1 0
 the usual black bike, in the "always the same" dark video, only a rendering ............ at least one REAL bike could show it!
  • 2 0
 Next year Shimano reaches 100. Maybe a 9000 motor and gearbox for me. Wireless integrated everything in a blue box.
  • 2 1
 Looks neat, when and if I finally decide to go E power the choices will be vast.
  • 2 0
 Kelly's Brand logo is very similar to Knolly's. Yay, recycling!
  • 3 2
 They rendered a Fork that looks like a ZEB but with Fox Decals and Kashima Stanchions
  • 2 1
 I watched whole 30 minutes presenation and dude only repeats one line "lightest on the market" like WTF bro
  • 3 0
 Best looking e ive seen
  • 3 0
 Looks Badass!! ????
  • 1 2
 How feasible is recycling? Is the frame material worth anything of credit when it comes time to upgrade?
Cycling industry needs to get far away from all this single use carbon fiber we trash landfills with.
  • 3 0
 Thermopalstics are easier to recycle, as they can be "remelted". Epoxy is a bitch to break up chemically as they polymer chains are crosslinked and has a very narrow temperature window from gel to fast oxydation (you can call it "combustion" if you prefer), so very difficult to separate from the fiber. Epoxy CFRP is usually recycled by chopping it down to flakes that are then used as a filler.
  • 3 0
 Bidi bidi, bidi bidi!!
  • 1 0
 "WTF Buck"
  • 2 1
 Massive design for E-bikes but the regular Enduro frame isn't so beautiful...
  • 1 0
 I hope they make a new generation similar to this e-bike. The current enduro frame has been unchanged for several years.
  • 2 0
 2021 Shimano drive unit??
New Shimano motor they can't talk about yet?
  • 2 0
 "200% durable"


Because 60% of the time it works every time.
  • 1 0
 A much cooler move would be to use this technology to allow for fully customizable carbon bikes.
  • 1 0
 how did this get round my ebike filter....machine learning has found a way Frown
  • 1 0
 Super nice looking ride. Only knock would be the Shimano motor. Bosch is still the best option.
  • 2 0
 cool
  • 1 0
 I got chills, they`re multiplying. And I`m losing control.
  • 1 0
 and the power you're (they're) supplying, it's electrifying.. danger, danger high voltage!
oops, sorry, got caught up with some tunes in my head
  • 1 0
 Should have called Roko's Balilisk.
  • 1 0
 200% impact resistant.... PB Friday Fails- "hold my beer"
  • 1 0
 Came here for the body painting :o(
  • 1 0
 Robots don't need no watar. Where da club at?
  • 1 0
 first e-bike which looks cool, imo....I like it!
  • 1 0
 Does anyone know the fork? Is it the new ZeboFox?
  • 1 0
 Super Enduro, should have been DownDuro.
  • 1 0
 Kraftwerk meets Rammstein- but in an cheesy way
  • 1 0
 No "one last/more thing"? Wink
  • 1 0
 Did he say these are made in House of Farts 2nd video
  • 1 0
 carbon and steel no thanks. I'm waiting for the carbotitanium frame
  • 1 0
 200% durable I mean wtf does that even mean!!
  • 2 1
 I was pretty excited till I saw it was a damn e bike!
  • 1 0
 Look like a first gen Kona Process.
  • 1 0
 Looks like Evolink,
  • 1 1
 Ok, I'll go first...Looks like a Kona!
  • 1 1
 But can it survive the watermelon test!?
  • 1 0
 200 P eh!
  • 1 0
 Much durable. So Enduro.
  • 2 2
 Does this frame tech come without a motor? Otherwise Zzzzzzzz.
  • 2 2
 Scratch that the asthetics of their bicycle range really sucks, wouldn't buy any of them anyway.
  • 1 0
 The Terminator
  • 3 2
 1000% bollocks!!
  • 16 16
 More pregnant whales.
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 2020: Where we shit on everything we dislike.
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 @pistol2ne: go ride your snail bike so we can breach over you on road gaps as you climb... slowly... to the top of the trail we just hit three times while you climbed... slowly.
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 @stumphumper92: Yo, not shitting on it, I think there better looking e bikes.
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 @BuildSendRinseRepeat: If you have so much fun riding a motorcycle, buy a serious one and not a pedal one!
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 @pk71: Or people can ride whatever they want and not give a f*ck what people think.. Y'all are so petty. If you don't like it, that's fine but let people do what they want ffs.
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 @stumphumper92: sorry, was I talking to you? are you his spokesperson?
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 @pk71: oooo someone is butthurt. How bout stop being a dick and trolling the comments. Let people do what tf they want. If you dont like it, ride your bike off a cliff.
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 @stumphumper92: think about speaking for yourself and not for others. you are offended because you have the scooter and they tell you that you are not up to it Frown
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 Super cool if it wasn't a moped.
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