2018 Haibike Xduro Nduro 7.0 Electric Mountain Bike
Haibike Xduro Nduro 7.0 Electric Mountain Bike
What Haibike has to say about the Nduro 7.0
These e-bikes are perfect for covering a lot of ground, and covering it quickly. They work great as commuter bikes, for cycling vacations, or for simply making light work of those demanding miles in your everyday life and leisure.
Features & Benefits of the XDURO line
The Haibike SkidPlate: Especially eMTBs often suffer from impacts or stone chipping which damage the low-situated motor severely. Therefore, we were the first manufacturer to introduce the SkidPlate back in 2013, a protection element which protects the bottom side of the motor.
Bottom side protection
Here the concept of a 'sacrifice part' applies: Similar to a helmet, the SkidPlate absorbs impact forces by deformation or destruction which would otherwise damage the significantly more expensive motor.
- The Haibike IntegratedMotor Concept: The motor is the technological heart and optically the basic feature of an eBike. Thanks to the GravityCasting Interface, we are able to slightly remodel the motor and as a result, get rid of the mounting plates. Thus, we reduce the construction space to a minimum and the optical volume to a fraction of its original s
The SkidPlate is useable, not only from a technological perspective, it optically also surrounds the motor. Visually, this results in a better frame integration. This is the basis for a perfectly fitting motor which does not appear like a foreign component like in its standard version, but rather becomes the natural center of the ePerformance bikes.
- The Haibike Gravity Casting Interface: It is the heart of the frame: the motor interface. Here, many crucial functions such as motor mount, rocker and damper mount, as well as the interlocking battery and lower connection. A robust frame is based on a sturdy interface.
Casting technique known from the motorcycle industry
Therefore, since 2010, we use a casting technique which is known from the motorcycle industry, the so-called Gravity-Casting technique. In this process, negative forms made of compressed sand are placed in big forms. These sand forms are then filled with an alloy of alu and zinc and afterwards rotate in precisely calculated axes. Due to gravity, the alloy spreads evenly and results in an even casting thickness.
Light, robust and precise
Thanks to this procedure, extremely robust components can be produced which are then exposed to an extensive X-ray control in order to achieve the casting seal of approval. A subsequent, computer-controlled postprocessing ensures stable precision.
- Yamaha PW-X Drive Unit: The new compact and more powerful Yamaha PW-X motor was designed and developed for demanding ePerformance use. In comparison to the PW motor, its weight was reduced by nearly 400g to 3.1 kg, as well as its size, which was reduced by -13%.
An additional support level provides more power all the way up to high cadence ranges of 120 revolutions per minute. Despite having torque of up to 80Nm, the PW-X system provides a smooth, more silent and more natural driving experience. All rotating parts have been optimized with a focus on weight reduction.
As a result of the lower inertia caused by this weight reduction, these parts can move with greater efficiency relative to the input from your pedals. Combined with the new refined freewheel design which creates a rapid engagement of the cranks, the result is a significantly more responsive motor, which provides a new level of a natural riding feel.
- Yamaha LCD-X Display: The new, compact display of Yamaha LCD-X Systems offers a variety of information and functions, in spite of its small construction size.
This includes the selection and display of the support levels. Furthermore, it displays information about the battery charge, the remaining range, driving, average, and maximum speed as well as the daily and total distance. Time and the current cadence can also be displayed. Practical: an LED in different colors indicates the currently selected level of assistance!
|Frame||Aluminium 6061, hydroformed, Gravity Casting, thru-axle M12 (1.75) x 148mm, disc brake Post Mount, Travel: 180mm|
|Motor||Yamaha PW-X System, 500W, 80N|
|Display||Yamaha LCD - X|
|Battery||Yamaha Lithium Ion 500|
|Charger||Yamaha quick charger 4A|
|Fork||SR Suntour Durolux R2C, air, Travel: 180mm, aluminium steerer tube 1 1/8" - 1 1/2" tapered|
|Shock||RockShox Super Deluxe RC3, air|
|Rear Derailleur||Sram NX, 11-speed|
|Shifter||Sram NX, trigger switch|
|Cogset||Sram PG1130, 11-42 teeth|
|Chainring||aluminium, FSA, 38|
|Brake Lever||Tektro Orion 4+2P., aluminium|
|Brakes||Tektro Orion HD-M745, 203mm / Tektro Orion HD-M735, 180mm|
|Tires||Schwalbe Magic Mary, 65-584|
|Rims||Alexrims MD35, aluminium|
|Front Hub||Haibike Components TheHub +++|
|Rear Hub||Haibike Components TheHub ++|
|Handlebar||Haibike Components TheBar +++ Gravity 780mm|
|Grips||Haibike MTB Griffe|
|Stem||Haibike Components TheStem +++, Bar bore: 31.8mm|
|Head Set||A-Head Tapered|
|Saddle||Selle Royal Verve|
|Seat Post||XLC AllMtn, Remote, telescope, 31.6mm|
|Pedals||MTB Plattformpedal aluminium|
|Charge Time||~4 hours|
|Distance per charge||25 - 60 miles|
|Frame Size||S (42)||M (44)||L (46)||XL (48)|
|Rider Height||5'4" - 5'7"||5'7"- 5'10"||5'10" - 6'1"||6'1" - 6'4"|
|Seat Tube Length||420 mm||440 mm||460 mm||480 mm|
|Seat Angle||74 °||74 °||74 °||74 °|
|Head Tube Length||120 mm||125 mm||130 mm||135 mm|
|Head Tube Angle||65 °||65 °||65 °||65 °|
|Top Tube Length||570 mm||590 mm||595mm||630 mm|
|Chainstay Length||450 mm||450 mm||450 mm||450 mm|
|BB Drop||15 mm||15 mm||15 mm||15 mm|
|Wheel Base||1200 mm||1221 mm||1242 mm||1262 mm|
|Stack||593 mm||598 mm||602 mm||607 mm|
|Reach||410 mm||429 mm||448 mm||
|Stand-Over Height||0 cm||0 cm||0 cm||0 cm|
|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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