Forestal's upcoming eMTB has a mode called 'Nitro.'
Canyon's new Spectral:ON CF brings more integration and carbon to Canyon's 150mm travel eMTB.
We’re guessing it was designed to bridge the gap between holdouts and guys who, “rode one a couple times” in a parking lot or demo a couple years ago and haven’t enjoyed the leaps made by contemporary eMTBs since.
On top of the hefty fine, the perpetrator will recieve 3 points on their license, the vehicle will be confiscated until it has been returned to normal working order and they could even face a year in jail.
The Neuron:ON receives more integration along with charging ports for accessories in the first update since its debut last year.
The next generation of E-MTB from Canyon gets the integration treatment for a sleeker look and better performance.
New motorsports-inspired E-MTB to be distributed exclusively through a powersports dealer.
The main goal in developing this bike was to achieve the best possible handling for very active and fast riders.
Version 2.0 of the GLP gets a bigger front wheel, new geometry, and a lighter overall weight.
This year the Wolf Pack rolled into Palm Springs, California, ready to take on the rocky terrain and loose trails the region is known for.
The EWS lays out the rules for its vision of e-MTB racing.
As a top contender in our Enduro (155mm +) category, the Kona Remote is an incredibly capable all-around bike that has a slight bias towards rugged, backcountry terrain.
With about 50% more heft than a similarly specced non-electric mountain bike, Santa Cruz was not about to find playfulness in a weight loss program alone.
Norco’s new Sight VLT 29er is long, slack, and did we say long?
Joining the existing Sight VLT 27.5, this new platform adds big wheels and big geometry into the mix, with a few essential updates that are likely to please a lot of riders.
Following on from the inaugural World Championships in Mont Sainte Anne, the UCI launches a full World Cup series for e-mtbs.
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!