New SCOTT Voltage eRIDE 900 Tuned 2024 first ride review – The wizard of light eMTBs?
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by Mike Hunger
4d ago
Hocus pocus! With the new Voltage eRIDE 900 Tuned, SCOTT have just pulled a massive rabbit out of their hat, releasing a new light eMTB with TQ-HPR50 motor. As if by magic, the shock has disappeared into the frame, generating 160/155 mm of travel (f/r). We tested it to find out whether it’s capable of putting a big grin on our faces on the trail! SCOTT Voltage eRIDE 900 Tuned | TQ HPR 50/360 Wh | 160/155 mm (f/r) 18.9 kg in size L | € 10,999 | Manufacturer’s website The Voltage name has been an integral part of SCOTT’s portfolio for many years. However, most of us will associate the name with ..read more
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The new SRAM Maven brakes on test – Sheer power with fine modulation?
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by Peter Walker
4d ago
The new SRAM MAVEN brakes promise to combine extreme braking power with good modulation, and they’re the new flagship in SRAM’s brake lineup. Developed for use on enduro and downhill bikes, the four piston brakes boast some proven features alongside some exciting new ideas. SRAM Maven-Ultimate | 4-piston | 366 grams | € 360 | Manufacturer’s website When it comes to brakes, SRAM (and formerly AVID) are an indispensable part of the scene, with decades of experience and a vast range of different models. Having overcome some of the service issues which used to plague their older models, SRAM’s bra ..read more
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First ride review of the 2024 Cannondale Moterra SL1 – When is a light eMTB a light eMTB?
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by Julian Schwede
5d ago
Wearing brass knuckles to a boxing match? The new Cannondale Moterra SL enters the ring of “light” eMTBs, but heavily armed! The lightweight eMTB weighs in at under 20 kg, though with a full-power Shimano EP801 motor and 601 Wh battery. We revisit the “light” eMTB discussion, and put the € 9,999 Moterra SL1 to the test. Cannondale Moterra SL 1 | Shimano EP801/601 Wh | 160/150 mm (f/r) 20.08 kg in size L | € 9,999 | Manufacturer’s website Cannondale are out to set a new eMTB record with their 2024 Moterra SL, tipping the scales at just 19.3 kg in the lightest version. And that’s with at least 8 ..read more
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New CUBE AMS Hybrid ONE44 C:68X SuperTM 400X 29 first ride review.
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by Sebastian Dirscherl
5d ago
With the AMS Hybrid ONE44 C:68X SuperTM 400X 29, CUBE introduce their very first light eMTB and, as usual, the German manufacturer offer a top spec at a very fair price. Generating 140 mm of travel, the AMS Hybrid falls into the all-mountain category in CUBE’s portfolio, which should make it suitable for most trail scenarios. But is it just a bold claim or is CUBE’s € 8,999 full carbon all-rounder really that versatile? CUBE AMS Hybrid ONE44 C:68X SuperTM 400X 29 | Bosch Performance Line SX/400 Wh | 140/140 mm (f/r) | 18 kg in size L | € 8,999 | Manufacturer’s website CUBE’s product range is t ..read more
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New CUBE AMS Hybrid ONE44 C:68X SuperTM 400X 29 first ride review.
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by Sebastian Dirscherl
1w ago
With the AMS Hybrid ONE44 C:68X SuperTM 400X 29, CUBE introduce their very first light eMTB and, as usual, the German manufacturer offer a top spec at a very fair price. Generating 140 mm of travel, the AMS Hybrid falls into the all-mountain category in CUBE’s portfolio, which should make it suitable for most trail scenarios. But is it just a bold claim or is CUBE’s € 8,999 full carbon all-rounder really that versatile? CUBE AMS Hybrid ONE44 C:68X SuperTM 400X 29 | Bosch Performance Line SX/400 Wh | 140/140 mm (f/r) | 18 kg in size L | € 8,999 | Manufacturer’s website CUBE’s product range is t ..read more
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First ride review of the 2024 FLYER Uproc X 8.70 – Swiss Army knife or relaxed tourer?
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by Sebastian Dirscherl
1w ago
Breaking eMTB news from Switzerland: FLYER introduce the 2024 Uproc X 8.70. It’s marketed as an all-rounder, promising to excel at everything from flowing single track to the occasional bike park visit, as well as all-day rides in the picturesque Swiss Alps. But can the FLYER Uproc tick all the right boxes and deliver on this promise? FLYER Uproc X 8.70 | Bosch Performance Line CX/750 Wh | 150/150 mm (f/r) | 29″/27.5″ (f/r) | 25.1 kg (size M) | € 7,999 | Manufacturer’s website The Uproc series is a firm fixture in FLYER’s portfolio. It all started in 2014 with the FLYER Uproc 6. Since then, FL ..read more
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The Lab: The Evil Eye Traileye ng in review – Mountain bike eyewear with prescription glasses
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by Susanne Feddersen
1w ago
Mountain bike eyewear is an essential piece of trail riding kit, protecting your eyes from dirt, dust, and UV light. But what if you need prescription lenses? Is there a solution for mountain bikers that functions as both corrective eyewear and sunglasses? We tested the Traileye ng from Evil Eye to find out if they can do just that. Evil Eye Traileye ng LST Bright Vario Purple Mirror | Price: € 834 (standard frame and glasses € 245, clip-in prescription lenses € 589) | Weight: 34 g (without corrective lenses) | Manufacturer’s website The Silhouette group is out to offer high-quality eyewear fo ..read more
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Rethinking mobility – The Ultima Mobility Multipath Trekking Allroad ebike with Valeo motor and Effigear automatic gearbox in review
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by Rudolf Fischer
1w ago
Where to start? The Ultima Mobility Multipath ebike is full of innovations: a Valeo motor with automatic gearbox, a composite frame that can be customised with four different forks and components sourced almost entirely in Europe make this trekking ebike one of a kind. We put it through its paces for you. With the Multipath, Ultima Mobility claim to have created the ultimate ebike, suitable for both urban commuting and trekking. And, according to Ultima, it is a unique mobility solution. As a young French start-up, Ultima Mobility are still a one-hit wonder, with only the Multipath in various ..read more
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First ride review of the 2024 GASGAS ECC 6 – An eMTB with motocross genes?
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by Sebastian Dirscherl
2w ago
With the ECC 6, GASGAS present a new eMTB featuring the SRAM Eagle Powertrain with automatic shifting, and a moto look. It should be capable of tackling anything you throw in its path thanks to 170/160 mm travel, and also perform well at races. We put it to the test to find out. GASGAS ECC 6 | SRAM Eagle Powertrain | 630 Wh | 170/160 mm (f/r) | 24.6 kg (size M) | € 9,999 | Manufacturer’s website When we think of GAGAS, the first thing that comes to mind is red motorcycles that race through forests and deserts or fly through the air. After all, the Spanish brand have their roots in the off-road ..read more
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First ride review of the new FOCUS VAM² SL 9.0 light eMTB weighing in at just 16.7 kg – Touring or trail genes?
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by Sebastian Dirscherl
2w ago
The new 2024 FOCUS VAM² SL 9.0 is a new light eMTB designed to offer optimal uphill performance and exciting downhill fun. The lightweight eMTB is equipped with a FAZUA motor and offers 130/125 mm of travel. But the question is: is the FOCUS a real shredder or more of a laid-back tourer? FOCUS VAM2 SL 9.0 2024 | FAZUA Ride 60/430 Wh | 130/125 mm ( f/r) | 16.72 kg in size L | € 10,999 | Manufacturer’s website FOCUS promise that with the VAM² SL you’ll forget to turn the motor on! The new light eMTB is designed for uphill efficiency and is particularly light at 16.72 kg in size L. But FOCUS have ..read more
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