General Bike Specifications
Frame Aluminum 6061, hydroforced tubes, reversed angle Bosch-Interface
Forks RockShox Rec Sil Air,PopLoc,suspension:air, damping:oil,Travel:120mm
Rear Shock Fox Float CTD BV LV, 110mm
Brakes Tektro HDC300 hydraulic disc brake, 180mm / 203mm Disc
Shifters Shimano Deore SL M-610,Rapidfire
Rear Mech Shimano Deore M-615 Shadow Plus, 10-sp
Crankset eQ Alu 38T
Cassette Sram PG 1030, 11-36 T, 10-sp
Chain Shimano HG 54
Wheelset XLC Pro Disc Hubs on Rodi CC40 disc, alloy double wall rims
Tyres Schwalbe Racing Ralph, Performance, 26x2,25, SV-Valve
Handlebars Xduro Lowriser Alu
Stem eQ Alu, A-Head
Headset FSA SX, A-Head, semi integrated 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
Seatpost eQ Alloy micro adjust seatpost
Saddle Xduro Light MTB
Electric Bike Specifications
Battery Lithium Ionen 36 Volt, 300 Wh
Display Bosch Intuvia multifunctional display with operation unit & push-assistance
Motor Bosch drive unit 36 Volt, 250 watt
Range 30-90 miles range, cost to charge from flat - 5 pence
Haibike have produced an excellent mountain bike that would stand it's ground easily on the trail amongst many "normal" mountain bikes costing significantly more. It rides like a normal bike (a very good one), weight distribution is very good and at no time did the bike feel unsettled.
Coming from an 11kg bike to a 21kg bike I had hang ups about how it would ride in the rough. I needn't have bothered as once moving there is little perceivable difference.
The suspension is great, the Rockshox Recon performed much better than anticipated and was nice and stiff (I'm a long time Fox fork fan), the Fox CTD rear shock was as you'd expect from Fox and flawless.
As for the Bosch system all I can say really is wow. It performed way beyond my expectations and I simply just raise my hat to the Bosch engineers!