Haibike sDuro AllMtn 6 Electric Bike (27.5 Inches) (2017) (Yamaha)

£3,237.82

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Description

The 2017 Haibike sDuro AllMtn 6 Electric Bike is the mid range all mountain eBike with a 500Wh battery and 27.5+ wheels. With enhanced traction, grip and comfort, this eMTB is built for All Mountain use.

Available Options

Black/Cyan

44cm   48cm

Black/Yellow

44cm   48cm

Haibike sDuro AllMtn 6 Electric Bike Key Features

  • 27.5 inch wheel size
  • aluminium frame with Rockshox Yari front suspension
  • 20 speed Shimano Deore gearing
  • Magura MT4 brakes
  • Yamaha PW-X crank drive 36v motor with 500mh lithium ion battery

About Haibike

In 1996 Susanne und Felix Puello establish Haibike in Schweinfurt.  In 1999 we launch our first 4-link full-suspension Hai End.  In 2001 Haibike sets up the first MTB amateur team led by G. Burghardt.  In 2002 Haibike unveils a 7-bar linkage system.  In 2005 Haibike introduces a “CUSTOM MADE” modular design for MTB’s & racing bikes

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Specification

Frame
Alu 6061, Hydro Formed, Gravity Casting Interface

Forks
RockShox Yari RC, 150mm

Rear Shock
RockShox Monarch RT

Brakes
Magura MT4/5 203/180mm

Shifters
Shimano Deore M610 Rapid Fire 20 Speed

Rear Mech
Shimano XT Shadow 20 Speed

Cassette
Shimano HG50, 11-36 Teeth, 10 Speed

Chain
KMC X10e 10 Speed

Wheelset
XLC Evo Disc Hubs on Rodi TR40 Rims, Front 15mm, Rear 148x12mm

Tyres
Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evo 27.5+ x 2.80

Handlebars
Haibike sDuro Bar 31.8mm

Stem
Haibike TheStem 31.8mm

Headset
A-Head, Alloy, Tapered

Seatpost
XLC AllMtn Remote Dropper, 31.6mm

Saddle
Selle Royal Voga

Weight
23.3 kg

Electric Bike Specifications

Battery
Yamaha Lithium Ionen 36 Volt, 500 Wh, with BMS Management

Display
Yamaha multifunctional LCD display with walk assistance

Motor
Yamaha PW Crank Drive 36V 250 Watt. 100 – 280% Assist, 80Nm

Range
40 – 110 miles of power assisted range, depending on terrain

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