That’s right, it’s your chance to win a bike that’s not even been released yet!
The brand new Sduro ALLMTN 8.0
The good folks at E-Mountainbike Mag are running their annual survey to find out what’s what in the world of electric mountain biking. It’s a simple survey that’ll only take a few mins, see the link on our Facebook page: HAIBIKE FACEBOOK PAGE
There’s also a rather mysterious blurry image of the model in question, which should give some clues as to what’s coming next from the Sduro range
BikeRadar.com sent James Huang over to Eurobike to see what 2016 has in store.
For the week James decided to forego the usual mayhem of buses, trains & ferries and try out an Sduro Trekking model, click below to see how he got on:
Need a bit more Haibike FATSIX in your life? Or maybe you’ve dreamed of driving a monster truck along your local trails! Here’s some extra footage of the Bosch powered beast itself during our recent visit to Snowdonia.
Ever wondered how an Xduro fairs in the wet? Wonder no more! We got together with the good people of EMTB coaching to put some Xduros through their paces in the Snowdonia National Park.
A FATSIX, Xduro ALLMTN RX and two NDURO PROs take to the trails (Rocks, streams etc!) of Coed Y Brenin, a bona fide classic trail centre.
Check out the EMTB Coaching website for details on their skills courses and upcoming events: http://emtbcoaching.co.uk/
With the benefit of hindsight; Wideopen Mag follow up their recent Nduro RX Review with a chat to DH rider Oli Morris. In their words:
“You’ve seen our test-ride video, now it’s time for a proper, in depth chat about eBikes.
This week we asked “what do you think of ebikes in mountain biking” and then released a video where we sent a fast downhill rider out on one. A week later Jamie met up with Oli at Roll for the Soul in Bristol to have a proper chat about his experience of riding the Haibike nDuro eBike.
Remember – the bike we tested is a “pedal assisted” ebike. There’s no throttle. You pedal and and it boosts the effort you put in up to 16MPH. We’re not chatting about mopeds here!
We’re pretty new to interview vids so apologies if this one is a bit low-fi!”
The guys at Wideopen Mag have been putting an Nduro RX through its paces and want your opinion!
UPDATE: Full Video Review now live – Oliver Morris rides the Nduro RX
They’re looking into all things electric-mountain bike with a view to putting more content out there. Please visit their pages and add your voice to the debate, has your Xduro or Sduro changed the way you ride? Are you looking to move from a regular bike to an electrically assisted one? Or are you looking to go back to analogue and trade in your bike for a regular MTB?
Click the link below to visit their page: wideopenmag
or take a look via Facebook here: facebook.com/wideopenmag
Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd and Haibike have presented the new SDURO E-bikes to the Yamaha MotoGP Teams at the Circuito de Jerez de la Frontera – Spain.
Haibike supplied three SDUROs each to the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP team, Monster Yamaha Tech3 Team and Forward Racing Team, to be used as environmentally friendly paddock bikes at the European rounds of the 2015 MotoGP season.
Winora (Haibike parent company), was established in 1914 and Yamaha have been supplying Power Assist System E-KITs for the high-tech Winora model E-bikes since 2013.
Winora’s Susanne Puello (Managing Director of Winora Group), Felix Puello (Head of R&D and Brand Management) and their ePerformance-rider Guido Tschugg presented nine innovative E-bikes in total, equipped with Yamaha E-KITs, to the Yamaha MotoGP teams during a ceremony on the main straight of the circuit in Jerez.
The Haibike SDURO E-bikes fit Movistar Yamaha MotoGP perfectly, not only thanks to their special colour schemes matching the team’s design, but also due to the models’ refined yet exciting character. The SDURO models are especially designed for sporty customers such as nine-time World Champion Valentino Rossi and four-time World Champion Jorge Lorenzo, making the transportation within the paddock areas fun and stress free.
Yamaha has been a pioneer in the development of electrically power-assisted bicycles since 1993 when the company became actively involved in building the e-bike market in Japan.