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Ridgeback Electron Di2

£2,599.99 RRP £1.999.99 Ex. £2,399.99

Description

More people are turning to E-bikes as a viable transport solution. Capable of transporting riders and luggage over roads that would be challenging without the smooth pedal assistance, E-riders are getting further than ever while using less energy. The use of Shimano's bench-mark STEPS system provides a high level of reliability and an ease of use to match. With a charge time of four hours and a range of 125km, STEPS pushes the E-bike market into new territory. Utilising a unisex step-through design, Electron is offered in two specifications that both use low maintenance Shimano internal hub gearing. The Electron Di2 uses the new Nexus Di2 hub, offering great features such as walk assist mode. Puncture resistant E-bike tyres keep you glued to the tarmac whilst full length mudguards protect you from spray when the weather turns. Wired-in AXA front and rear lights make a Ridgeback Electron a great choice for year round transport

Specification

Frame: STePS 6061 heat treated aluminium
Rear Shock: N/A
Fork: Cro Moly/ mudguard eyelets
Headset: FSA TH-805
Shifters: Shimano STePS SW-E6000 switch unit
Rear Derailleur: N/A
Front Derailleur: N/A
Chainset: Shimano STePS FC-E6000 / 38T
Bottom Bracket: Shimano inc Drive Unit / DU-E6001 / 250w 36v
Chain: KMC Z610X
Cassette / Freewheel: Shimano SM-GEAR 19T freewheel
Rims: Wienmann U-28 Disc / 36h
Hubs: Shimano M-3050 36h front / Nexus SG-C6061 Di2 8 speed 32h rear / centre lock
Spokes: Steel 14g
Tyres: Schwalbe Energizer 700x38c
Brakes: Shimano BR-M355 / 160mm rotor
Brake levers: Shimano BL-M355
Handlebars: Ridgeback alloy / 600mm width / 26mm rise / 25.4mm barbore
Grips / Tape: Ridgeback lock-on single density grip
Stem: Zoom adjustable quill / 90mm
Saddle: Selle Royal Rio Plus
Seatpost Alloy / 31.6x300mm
Pedals: Resin metro
Extras: Shimano STePS E-6000 / E-6010 head unit / SW-E6000 switch / BT-E6000 battery / Racktime pannier / SKS Primus mudguards / AXA Blueline fornt and rear lights

Year

2017