Rock Machine Electric bike Crossride INT e500B Lady Touring, blue / pink

SPECIFICATION
FRAME: Alloy Al-6061 T6 Custom MONO tubing, Smooth Welding, Cross Fun Geometry, Unisex 29er, BOSCH GEN3 DU hanger, 2nd Gen. Battery Integration, OLD 135x9, Disc Brake Post Mount, Fender & Kickstand Ready Dropout, Replaceable RD Hanger, Inner Cable Routing
HEAD COMPOSITION: ONE1 LAZ01AM, Zero Stack, 1-1 / 8 "
FORK: RST Blaze 29 TNL-F, 1-1 / 8 ", Coil, QR Type, Lockout, 80mm travel
E-BIKE SYSTEM: BOSCH GEN3 PERFORMANCE LINE - Middle Drive Unit
MOTOR: BOSCH PERFORMANCE LINE, 36V, 250W, 65Nm
BATTERY: BOSCH Power Tube Horizontal, BBP280, 36V, 500 Wh, in-frame mount
DISPLAY: BOSCH Purion Anthracite
CHARGER: BOSCH Compact charger 2A, charging time up to 7.5 hours
MAX SUPPORT SPEED: 25 km / h
CHARGING CYCLES: 1000/60% of original capacity
DISTANCE RANGE: 100 km (ECO mode)
HEADLAMP: AXA Compactline 20
TAIL LIGHT: Spanning Pling
NUMBER OF SPEEDS: 1 × 9, 38 × 11-36, 327%
GEAR: SHIMANO ALTUS SL-M2010-9R RapidFire Plus, 9-speed
REAR CONVERTER: SHIMANO ACERA RD-M3000-SGS Shadow
CRANKS WITH GEARBOXES: SAMOX EC39-BH3-F9, 38T
CASSETTE: SHIMANO CS-HG200-9, 11-36T
CHAIN: KMC e9S
PEDALS: Marwi SP-827 SANDBLOCK Non / slip pedal
HANDLES: ONE1 Alloy, MTB AL-325BT, 6 ° upsweep, 9 ° backsweep, 25mm rise, 680mm, 31.8mm
STAND: ONE1 Sport MAS-D61808 Alloy, 31.8xE65mm, ± 15 °
HANDLES: Velo VLG-1879D2, Ergo Grip
BRAKES (P / Z): SHIMANO BL-MT401 / BR-MT410, 180/180 rotor, hydraulic disc brake
SADDLE: Selle Royal Freccia
SEAT: ONE1 Alloy, SPS 405 Suspension, 30.9x350mm
FRONT HUB: SHIMANO TX HB-TX505, 32H, CENTER LOCK, QR Type
REAR HUB: SHIMANO TX FH-TX505-8, 32H, CENTER LOCK, M10x135mm, QR Type
RIMS: WTB SX19, 32H
TIRES: WTB Riddler Comp, 29x1.75 ", Reflective Tape
TIPS: Sapim Leader, Stainless Black


Product ID: 17300

About the brand Rock Machine

QUITE SIMPLY, WE LOVE RIDING BIKES. From the humble garage-days back in 1994 to the present fast changing times, Rock Machine has always followed one basic principle: Having fun behind the bars. Sure there are months in front of the computer screens, sure there are miles & miles on the jetplanes, sure we spent countless of hours by refining even the smallest frame details. But year after year we couldn‘t wait for that moment we release our early prototypes into the wild. Riding them from the workshop to the dirt, back and forth and putting them to the limits in the most extreme conditions is the most enjoyable part of research & development. It not only enables us to give racers an opportunity to fight for the podium on the world stage, but above all it helps to deliver the most satisfying experience on the trail to everyone.