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$4,999.99 $5,499.99 9% Off
Fuel EXe 5 is an aluminum electric mountain bike that brings all the tech of its carbon counterpart into a pocket-friendly package. It boasts the same tiny-but-mighty drive system that quietly disappears under you, plus a sleek display and remote. But what really makes this bike excel is its true trail bike feel that handles just like a traditional mountain bike, just with a little extra power. It's right for you if... You're looking for a bike that makes climbs a little sweeter without sacrificing the handling on descents. You want to enter the world of light e-mountain bikes without blowing through your entire bank account and don't mind upgrading some of the parts later. The tech you get An Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame with TQ's HPR50 harmonic pin ring drive system, a fully-encased 360Wh removable battery, and smart charging port. An integrated LED display and handlebar remote that are easy to use on the fly. 150mm of air-sprung RockShox Recon Silver Solo front suspension with motion control damper and a lockout, and 140mm X-Fusion Pro 2 rear suspension with 2-position damper. Plus, 12-speed Shimano Deore shifting, hydraulic disc brakes, and a dropper post. The final word If you're ready to add power to your trail rides without breaking the bank, Fuel EXe 5 is your answer. It gives you all the tech of its higher-end carbon sibling with parts you can upgrade over time. Why you'll love it - You get all the fun of a trail bike, plus a little extra push to help you crush climbs and save some juice for the descent - Its tiny but mighty TQ motor is tuned for the trail, keeping things quiet so you can stay in the moment, and ramps up power with you for a natural ride feel - The integrated display, charging port, and controls are simple to use, sleek, and intuitive - You can tweak your geometry with Mino Link, or add an adjustable angle headset to take even more control - If you want to ride farther you can easily add a range extender that fits neatly in your bottle cage
$3,499.99
Marlin+ 8 is an electric mountain bike that's ready to up your game on the trail. Its Bosch Active Line Plus motor gives you just the boost you need for getting up steep climbs and riding farther, and doesn't break the bank, and a 120mm suspension fork keeps handling smooth through the rough stuff. Upgraded components, like wide tubeless-ready wheels and tires and a 12-speed Shimano drivetrain make this a trail-savvy ride that's ready to go anywhere. It's right for you if... A boost of power is just what you're after, but you don't drain the bank account. You want plenty of gears for riding all kinds of trails, and the flat protection offered by wide 2.6in tubeless-ready wheels and tires. The tech you get An Alpha Platinum Aluminum frame with real mountain bike geometry and an air-sprung 120mm fork. A reliable Bosch Active Line Plus 50Nm drive system capable of assisting you to speeds of 20mph/25kph. A compact Purion 200 remote with built in display and 400Wh Powertube battery. You get 12-speed Shimano Deore shifting, hydraulic disc brakes, and wide, 2.6in tubeless ready wheels that boost grip and help prevent flats. The final word Marlin+ is the go-to for riders looking to dip their toes into the electric mountain bike world. Its trail-savvy frame gives you confident control, and Bosch Active Line Plus motor offers enough power to take the burn out of long climbs. Why you'll love it - Its AUTO mode adaptive motor support recognizes speed reductions and adjusts assistance automatically - The 120mm suspension keeps your ride feeling smooth through bumps, roots, and rough stuff - Marlin+ is easy to use with simple controls and intuitive support, so you can focus on the ride ahead, not complicated remotes - Trail-savvy geometry keeps handling easy and confident from singletrack to city streets - Tons of rack and fender mounts let you customize your ride for the trail or taking on daily commutes
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