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    • Frame: Alloy
    • Wheel Size: 29"
    • Suspension Travel: 160mm
    • Drive Unit: Shimano EP8
    • Battery: Shimano 630Wh
    • Shipped today? Order within: Apr 16, 2024 17:00:00 +0200

    Features

    • 85N.m. Drive Unit

      The Shimano EP8 drive system delivers plenty of power letting you conquer your nearest mountain.

    • 160mm

      160mm front and rear suspension travel mean The Link E-bike is ready for action when things get rough.

    • Integrated Frame

      Fully integrated battery and cable routing result in a clean look.

    • 630 Wh Battery

      Unlock new possibilities and experience unmatched freedom on every ride.

    Specifications

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    Frame

    Alloy 29” Boost, 160mm travel, UDH hanger, Integrated
    Battery

    Wheel size

    29” front and rear

    Fork

    Rockshox ZEB Select+ 160mm 44mm offset 

    Rear Shock

    Rockshox Super Deluxe Select+ 205 x 62.5mm

    Rear Derailleur

    SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed

    Shifter

    SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed 

    Cassette

    SRAM CS XG 1275 Eagle 10-52T

    Chain

    SRAM GX Eagle 

    Headset

    FSA No.57

    Rear Tyre

    Maxxis Aggressor, 29x2.5WT, 120TPI x2, Foldable, DD/TR

    Front Tyre

    Maxxis Assegai, 29X2.5WT, 120TPI, Foldable, 3CT MaxxTerra/EXO+/TR

    Wheelset

    Lyne AMP HD rims, Novatec Hubs

    Brakes

    SRAM Code R

    Rotors

    SRAM Centerline 200mm front ,180mm rear

    Crankset

    Shimano M600 170mm, 34T Chainring

    Handlebars

    Lyne AMP
    20mm rise, 800mm Width, Integrated cable routing

    Stem

    Lyne AMP
    35 Bar Clamp, 35mm S & M, 50mm L & XL

    Saddle

    Outer 140mm

    Grips

    Lyne Cosmic Cactus Lockon Black

    Battery

    Shimano
    630Wh integrated

    Drive Unit

    Shimano Ep8 (32 Kph)

    Battery Charger

    Shimano EC-E8004

     

    Geomtery

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    S M L XL
    (A) Seat Tube length 390 415 440 460
    (B) Reach 420 450 470 490
    (C) Top Tube Length (Effective) 575 606 631 655
    (D) Head Tube Angle 65 65 65 65
    (E) Effective Seat Tube Angle 76 76 76 76
    (F) Chainstay Length 460 460 460 460
    (G) BB Drop 30 30 30 30
    (H) Head Tube Length 110 110 125 140
    (I) Wheelbase 1213 1245 1271 1298
    (J) Stack 623 628 642 655
    (K) Fork Length 576 576 576 576
    (L) Seat Post Insertion Depth 186 211 236 256

    Size Chart

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    Bike Size

    Please note, our size chart is a recommendation and will not work for every size rider. When selecting the ideal bike size, especially if you find yourself on the edge of the recommended height range for two sizes, it's highly recommended to test ride both options or consult a bike fit expert for their opinion. Another method of finding the right fit is to compare the geometry of your current bike, or one you are comfortable on, and compare it to our geometry numbers.

    Bike Handling

    If you are in between sizes then you should consider the bike handling characteristics that appeal to you. Larger bikes tend to feel more stable and planted and require more body language to manoeuvre. The longer wheelbase will also help with very steep scenarios. Smaller bikes will feel more agile and are generally more manoeuvrable through tighter trails. The shorter wheelbase will feel less stable at high speed and on very steep trails.

    Unique Body Dimensions

    As we know, we are not all made the same. You may want to take into account your unique body dimensions, as longer legs and a shorter torso may steer you toward a smaller size, while a more extended torso and arms might lead you to opt for a larger frame.

    Frame Size S M L XL
    Rider Height (cm) 150-163 163-173 173-183 183-193
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