Mountain Hardware is excited to announce its newest electric mountain bike – the Electric Mountain Bikes.
This all-electric mountain biker delivers more performance, performance in a lower price point, and more versatility.
The company says the new Electric Mountain is the first mountain bike to deliver a combination of all-wheel drive, aero, and aero-friendly features, including a full-on titanium fork, aluminum brake disc, carbon fiber front brake, and carbon fiber rear brake.
The new electric bike is powered by a 100 kW lithium-ion battery, which is able to keep pace with the highest peak power of any mountain bike currently on the market.
The Electric Mountain bikes come with an MSRP of $100, but there are currently two versions available.
The first comes with a $100 base model and includes a carbon fiber fork, an aluminum brake mount, and two carbon fiber wheels with steel spokes.
The second version of the bike includes a $200 base model with a carbon frame, aluminum brakes, and the same carbon fork.
Mountain Hard, a leading maker of mountain bike components, is also offering a $150 bike with an all-new aluminum frame and fork, a $250 model with the same aluminum frame, and an aluminum wheel with carbon spokes.
Mountain has also released a series of new bikes with the electric bike.
The $100 model is a dual-shock dual-cylinder, aluminum-framed mountain bike with a 5.11-inch seat height, a 700C rims, and 20mm seat height.
The Carbon Mountain Bicycles also have a $160 dual-stroke mountain bike.
These bikes are available for preorder in the U.S. at $130.
Mountain’s next model, the $150 Carbon Mountain, is a full aluminum mountain bike that will also feature a carbon fork and aluminum wheels.
Mountain says it is looking to get its electric bikes into mass production soon.
The Mountain Bikers will hit the market in mid-2017, and Mountain has an online store to buy.