The Grand Canyon:ON sticks closely to the formula set out by its popular non-motorised sibling.
I was initially skeptical of what they were bringing to the table, but was humbled after a solid ride.
Exploring new trails in Downieville.
If you’ve ever been heckled for riding an e-bike get ready to chortle with smug satisfaction – you can be the Heckler now!
Say it ain't so...
Fashionably late, or waiting in the wings for the precise moment to join the e-Party?
One of Santa Cruz’s original founders talks about how much of their catalogue could be electric in the coming years, and much more.
The aptly named Heckler is a Shimano-powered, pedal-assist Bronson. Surprised? Or was it about time?
In the timeline of every movement, there are key points that mark its adoption and acceptance.
With a strong message of, "Ride what you like." Santa Cruz enters the e-bike market with its 2020 Heckler.
A subtle ebike is still an ebike and this left me with questions. Who better to answer them than Santa Cruz brand manager, and fallen journalist, Seb Kemp.
Joe Vadeboncoeur was with Trek Bicycles for 30 years and worked in many capacities there, including the development and growth of e-bikes.
The size Large “Expert” spec shown here in test tipped the scales at just 38 pounds 12 ounces with a bottle cage and a fair bit of mud on it. It retails for $9,000…
In comparison to the E-enduro with its mullet set-up the DECOY 29 has been built with all-mountain terrain in mind.
There are few topics in the world of mountain biking more controversial than electric mountain bikes.
Off the back of their ever popular full carbon models, Merida have dropped alloy versions of the eOneForty and eOneSixty e-bikes.
The innovative design combines an e-bike drive unit with an integrated stepless automatic transmission.
With 180mm of travel, a dual crown fork, and a powerful motor the new Kenevo is ready for anything.
Bottle cage meets dual crown fork.
Scientists claim the Lithium-Sulfur cells offer five times the battery life that normal Lithum-Ion batteries do.