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Haibike sDuro FullSeven 5.0 2019 Yamaha

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Haibike sDuro FullSeven 5.0 2019 Yamaha


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General Bike Specifications

Frame Alu 6061, Hydro Formed, Gravity Casting Interface

Forks SR Suntour Aion 35, 120mm, Tapered

Rear Shock RockShox Deluxe RT

Brakes TRP G-Spec Trail S 203/180mm

Shifters Sram NX 11 Speed Triggers

Rear Mech Sram NX 11 Speed

Cassette Sram PG1130, 11-42 Teeth, 11 Speed

Chain Sram PC1110 11 Speed

Wheelset Rodi TR35 Rims, Haibike TheHub++

Tyres Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evo, 27.5+ x 2.8"

Handlebars Haibike TheBar 31.8mm 740mm

Stem Haibike TheStem 31.8mm

Headset A-Head, Alloy, Tapered

Seatpost Haibike Alloy Post, 31.6mm

Saddle Haibike TheSaddle

Weight 24.1 kg

Electric Bike Specifications

Battery Yamaha Lithium Ionen 36 Volt, 500 Wh, with InTube Integration

Display Yamaha Side Switch multi functional LCD display with walk assistance

Motor Yamaha PW-SE Crank Drive 36V 250 Watt. 50 - 280% Assist, 70Nm

Range 30-140 miles of power assisted range, depending on terrain

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Peter Everard
Does everything I expected of this spec of bike

Does everything I expected of this spec of bike. A real pleasure to ride , we'll put together.
My only concern are the brakes (Magura mt4) which feel weak and wooly compared with my previous bikes SRAM Guides. Need to give the dealer a chance to put it right on the first service.

Charles Eve
Just to say I had a brilliant time on

Just to say I had a brilliant time on my new Haibike xDuro 2016 Bosch CX FullSeven it made my ride so much more enjoyable. When I first heard about e-bikes I thought they were for lazy riders and a bit ‘cheating’ but frankly it is just like using a geared vs an ungeared bike.

The most exciting thing is the wider terrain it has opened up to me. As you said you get to go Faster, Further and Steeper than you would on an ‘ordinary’ bike. I was skeptical I could ascend a local very steep hill sitting down but I did and in torrentially wet conditions. The ability to have traction and ‘accelerate’ through hairpin bends whilst ascending is unique, as is the lower center of gravity which feel much safer and more controlled on steeper descents.

All in all it is an amazing piece of kit.