But let's leave all the equipment aside and have a look at just the fork and frame design. If this was a McDonald's commercial, “I'm lovin' it!” would be everywhere in these images. But we aren't Mcdonald's. However, that doesn’t stop us from saying the we are absolutely loving this design. There's just something about that bend in the rear fork, or possibly the matte finish that still offers a bit of shine when light hits it.
That frame is composed of Urwahn CT1-FR1 CrMo steel with an integrated belt-port and flat-mount. On top of it all, the wiring and cables for brakes, battery, and motor are all hidden away in the frame. This might be one of the reasons for the bike's allure, little or no exposed wiring. The fork too, boasts Urwahn CT1 steel.
All this energy is meant for the motor, so let's see what German ingenuity has put together for us. Once again, Mahle was the choice company for the e-bike, providing it with a rear wheel hub motor that cranks out 250W of power and 40Nm of torque. The motor also functions within three different ride modes, controlled by a remote mounted on the handlebars.
To make everything work properly, we can find a Gates Carbon CDX belt drive system. If you don’t know anything about Gates, have a look into them. They offer a very durable product that ups the stats on anything it’s installed on.
For braking systems, we find the ever-present Shimano BL-MT 200 disc brakes. Ready with full stopping power through hydraulic application and a 160 mm flat-mount. More than enough to cover your braking whenever you need it.
tIf we were to run through all the other options on the bike, we would need to take up about 10 to 15 minutes explaining all of them, and let's face it, the reason you’d get an ebike is to help you save time and energy. So just click here if you want to find out more and do check out the videos below.