Stealth Electric bike. 24" wheels?
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Stealth Electric bike. 24" wheels?

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  • + 107
 doesn't look too stealthy to me
  • + 19
 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA that is the fattest thing i have ever seen!!!
  • + 3
 damn i was gunna say i didnt look stealthy lol that is the oposite of stealthy, so..obviusly electric bike? lmao
  • + 9
 what is the point of a electric dh bike anyways?
  • + 3
 its for sale.....
  • + 2
 holy what the f*ck!? And I thought the astrix halo was big:P

and those rear spokes look thick as f*ck, what tires are those?
  • + 3
 i bet that thing flies like a kite in the wind, seriously
  • + 3
 What about snow? Gotta think outside the box.
  • + 1
 Panzerfaust...Electric? Next will be sun batt.
  • + 1
 its not electric, its a shoe...
  • + 2
 i think they chose the name stealth because electric is quiet compared to petrol, but a bike doesnt have a motor, unless they are coming from dirtbike land and trying to make it legit for mountain biking Razz
  • - 2
 It could be new american stealth bike for army in iraq Big Grin
  • + 7
 creates a whole new level of ugliness.. Blank Stare
  • + 5
 Someone save that fork and those brakes!
  • + 2
 the brakes are hayes, they don't deserve to be on a good bike!
  • + 3
 ha electric...thats cheating
  • + 1
 not really its not like your gunna go any faster with all that wieght
  • + 5
 I have a feeling that the motor is calibrated to the weight of the bike, so you could indeed go faster than usual.
  • + 6
 ^^ i'd believe this guy, he sounds smart ha
  • + 1
 you know its a piece of shit when the person locks it up with an 10 dollar cable run through the wheel and wrapped around the seat post.
  • + 3
 think the world is getting lazier if need electric DH bike
  • + 1
 that is pimp i wish i had one right now, did you ever see my bike in kelowna kai
  • + 1
 still looking. thats rough.
  • + 1
 The placements and style of the swingarm, shock position and seat angle and stuff all reminds me of a motorbike
  • + 1
 come on guys it may look like a white brick but atleast you wouldn't have to pay for uplifts
  • + 1
 According to the website, the "Bomber" weighs 116.6 lbs, while the "Fighter" weighs 90.2 lbs.
  • + 2
 Looks like the frame design is stolen from dairyland.....
  • + 3
 more like SHITTY
  • + 2
 i saw this beast when i was up in whistler its so sick !!
  • - 2
 All them components could be put to better use,what is this s*it ? And are they taking the piss with the name Stealth,"seriousley"?EPIC FAILURE,imho of course.
Gary.Thumbs Down
  • + 1
 what is that made out of? looks like cardboard
  • + 2
 fail
  • + 1
 bizaree..more I like hahaa
  • + 1
 this is gay as fuck ......
  • + 1
 cardboard bike anyone?
  • + 1
 AAHAHAHAh its alive!
  • + 1
 10" rotor?
  • + 1
 and that still aint enough to slow all that mass down, look how well-done the brake surface is. could be the shade but i'm betting they get way too hot. This is just epic failure, waste of valuable resources and specially made for lazy people. Downhill is about pedalling your ass off and brake less, then when you got down hop in a ski lift or dodgy shuttle rig and do it again.
  • + 1
 i think the electric part might be for going up hills...
  • + 0
 Yes and you need to haul that much weight with you for doing so? if there are no lifts or shuttles I walk. Takes a bit of time yes but saves energy for the way down. I'd rather do it this way than have a heavy bike which probably doesn't handle all that good in the rough and be able to blast my way uphill. Nice to do this when your battery's are emty...
  • + 1
 its probably not really that heavy. DH bikes are already pretty heavy.
  • + 1
 Ha! Read seraph's comment

"According to the website, the "Bomber" weighs 116.6 lbs, while the "Fighter" weighs 90.2 lbs."

Good luck with that! "handles like a dream" my ass. My full on freeride/ semi downhill Banshee Scythe comes in at 38,6 lbs and can handle pretty much anything.

As a sign that you don't have a clue what you are talking about I won't give you negative props for that comment.
  • + 1
 well, as never of having ridden either, how can you assume that it doesnt handle well. we all know that it is heavier than you DH bike, but what it really is, is an electric dirtbike with DH bike components and such. if you dont want to buy an electric bike, THEN DONT.
  • + 1
 Are you kidding? Seriously? Weight matters, period. The heavier the bike the more work you need to do to keep it under control and make it go in the direction you want it too. What I define as a good handling fr/ dh bike it that it needs to be flickable and responsive. Adding this much weight will severly reduce it's flickability in tight section's. Sure on a straight line it might work good you can even get a little hand from the motor but that's not what real fr/ dh is about now is it, that's just cruizing along on a electric dirtbike like you said.

Don't worry I won't waste my money on crap like this.
  • + 1
 yeah i actually ride dirtbikes, and everyone hates the stupid electric bikes, the batteries last for all of about two hours and they weigh almost as much as a gas powered bike. the only reason for a electric powered bike is for fatasses who cant pedal. i meant that it handles well as in handling good for a turd.
  • + 1
 i bet i could flick my dirtbike down the same trails just as easy in neutral as you "40lb" bikes
  • + 1
 yeah this guy knows whats up. dirtbikes ftw.
  • + 1
 Try some tight cornering section's, see if you like your long wheelbase and turning radius. Sure I can see it becoming even a popular sport, design bigger trails where you can rip your dirtbike down off.
  • + 1
 That was my point that I can get my dirtbike through that just as fast, I don't care how skinny your talking, it being bigger and heavier having no affect on how I handle it
  • + 1
 ^thats what she said. yeah lets see your mtn bike do some drifts. you dont need a shorter wheelbase if you can just drift around corners.
  • + 1
 No what if you can't drift your bike? Like slow'ish root's/ rock section's. Try hairpin corners like in the alps, I find it very very hard to believe you can ride those but good for you if you can.
  • + 1
 I've never heard of a slow section, probably cuz we always pin it, rights boys
  • + 1
 exactly. i think it might actually be easier to go through rocky rooty corners if you didnt have to pedal. and who cant't drift their bike?
  • + 1
 now you're contradicting yourself from earlier statements
  • + 1
 d'oh got RB mixed up with sneeck
  • + 1
 WTF!!!
  • + 1
 thats rough
  • + 0
 gayyyy

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