2017 Haibike Sduro AllMtn 6.5 Electric Mountain Bike
Haibike Sduro AllMtn 6.5 Electric Mountain Bike
What Haibike has to say about the AllMtn
The SDURO AllMtn bikes are equipped with the powerful and reliable Yamaha PW drivetrain which feels pure and natural while riding. These robust aluminum full suspension frames have 150mm of travel and a well-balanced tour geometry, making these bikes capable of riding on a variety of terrain. The SDURO AllMtns are great all-rounders.
The SDURO line features drive units by the ebike motor pioneer Yamaha. Why does Haibike work with Yamaha? Not only are they a leader in the motor sports industry, but their batteries are impressive: compact, powerful, reliable, and dynamic.
Features & Benefits of the SDURO line
High-Strength Aluminum Frames: Haibike developed a custom high-strength frame platform for the SDURO line using a combination of special tube profiles, gravity-cast and hydroformed components. In other words, Haibike has created a precise, durable frame to handle high forces of impact and hard riding.
Gravity Casting Interface: This interface is incredibly stable, durable, and can be considered the heart of the bike. Molded using gravity-casting and x-rayed to monitor and eliminate air pockets, quality is in the design for Haibike.
Dual Sprocket: Equipped with a double chainring, this greatly increases the bike's gear range.
Automatic Suspension E:I Shock: The e:i shock is the e-bike world's first automatic suspension control. Within one tenth of a second, this system automatically adapts the rear suspensions shock to the current terrain conditions, meaning that your ride will be smooth and efficient without having to give it a second thought.
Display & Remote Control: The Yamaha system's detachable head unit is controlled via a separate remote control on the handlebar. Functionailities include: Power On/Off, the 5 riding modes (OFF, ECO+, ECO, STD, & HIGH). Monitor your trip distance, maximum speed, charge level, and more!
Zero Cadence: Riders will notice the assist as soon as they place pressure on the pedal. This makes hill starts and fast starts a breeze.
|Frame||Aluminum 6061, Gravity Casting Interface, Hydroformed, thru-axle M12 (1.75) x 148mm, disc brake Post Mount, Travel: 150mm|
|Motor||Yamaha PW-system - USA, 500W|
|Battery||Yamaha Li-ion, 500Wh|
|Charger||Yamaha quick charger 4A|
|Fork||Magura Boltron air, Travel: 150mm, aluminum steerer tube 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" tapered|
|Damper||RockShox Monarch RT, air|
|Shifting System||Shimano Deore XT M786 Shadow Plus, 20-speed|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Deore XT M786|
|Gear Lever||Shimano Deore XT M780, rapidfire|
|Rear Sprocket||Shimano HG50, 11 - 36 teeth|
|Chain||KMC X 10e|
|Chainring||FSA aluminum, 32 - 44|
|Brake Lever||TRP Slate T4|
|Front Brake||TRP Slate T4, 203mm, aluminum|
|Rear Brake||TRP Slate T4, 180mm, aluminum|
|Tires||Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evo SnakeSkin, 70-584|
|Rims||Alexrims MD40, hollow rim, aluminium|
|Front Wheel Hub||XLC Evo disc, thru axle 15x110 boost|
|Rear Wheel Hub||XLC Evo disc, thru axle 12x148 boost|
|Handlebar||Haibike Components TheBar ++|
|Grips||XLC lock on grips Sport|
|Stem||Haibike Components TheStem ++, A-head, Bar bore: 31.8mm, 12-degrees|
|Head Set||A-Head Alloy Tapered|
|Saddle||Selle Royal Voga|
|Seat Post||XLC AllMtn, Remote, telescope, 31.6mm|
|Pedals||XLC Freeride Plattform Pedal|
|Total Perm. Weight||120kg|
|Top Speed||20 mph|
|Charge Time||~4 hours|
|Distance per charge||25 - 60 miles|
|Seat Tube Angle||73||73||73||73|
|Seat Tube Offset||-||-||-||-|
|Head Tube Length||120mm||125mm||130mm||135mm|
|Head Tube Angle||68||68||68||68|
|Top Tube Length||560mm||585mm||610mm||635mm|
|Riding Terrain||Top Tube Clearance (In.)||Top Tube Clearance (cm)|
|Paved Surfaces Only||2"||5 cm|
|Unpaved Surfaces||3"||7.5 cm|
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