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Focus SAM²: New 170 mm E-Enduro

Focus introduces a new 170 mm E-Enduro. The SAM² is based on the same F.O.L.D suspension system and Shimano Steps E8000 motor as the E-Trailbike JAM², but has a much more aggressive geometry as well as additional travel. We have all the information about the new release.
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Spot Check: Bike Park Wales – UK’s first full scale mountain bike park

Bike Park Wales is located in the southern part of an old redeveloped coal mining area commonly known as "The Valleys," in south Wales near Merthyr Tydfil. (How to say it... mer-tha-tid-ville). It's a purpose built Bike Park that has become a focal part of the local area attracting bikers from far and wide. Built originally with a focus on normal gravity riders. We thought it would be a great place to go and check out for e-bikes. It's located on leased land which means its private and you have to pay to access the facilities and trails. We had heard about its reputation from so many people we thought it was time to see if it could beat the alps for fun factor. 
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Test: Specialized Henge Expert – Comfortable Allrounder

The saddle and grips are probably the most important points of contact to the bike. That's why Specialized has invested a lot of time and money to create a comprehensive range of saddles for all types of riders. The Specialized Henge Expert is one of the most versatile and popular saddles. We would now like to find out why this is the case.
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Tested: Maxx Fab4 EL – Silent All-Round E-Trailbike

Maxx is a custom bike company from Rosenheim in Bavaria. Their approach is all about customisation and giving riders exactly what they want. Their latest E-Bike, the FAB4 El, is an All Mountain focused eMTB, based on the all new Brose Drive S motor. All in all with excellent trail conditions during the Eurobike Media Days in Kronplatz, Italy, we couldn't refuse a ride and spent a day thundering around the trails to see, what Maxx had come up with.
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Test: Orange Alpine 6 E – Impressive Simplicity

Orange Bikes have been in existence since 1988 producing a line-up of British made bikes from their base in Halifax, Yorkshire. They are one of only a few European companies that are producing the whole bike here, giving them unique possibilities when it comes to responding to market requests. The UK until now has not been first on the list of places where E-Bikes are important – that is changing, though. Orange have now stepped into the market with an electric version of their popular Alpine 6 single pivot Enduro bike, and we had the chance to test it.
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On Test: Nicolai Ion Eboxx G16 – Batman’s E-Bike?

In comparison to normal mountain bikes, E-Bikes offer a lot of potential for exploring both new ideas and new riding. Whether this relates to construction methods, frame materials or motor design and integration, Nicolai combines a number of novel ideas in the ION EBOXX G16 and shows what this German bike manufacturer is capable of. The brand has now also introduced the Geolution geometry concept to their E-Bikes. There’s an external battery that slots into the downtube internally, you can use different wheel-sizes, adjust the geometry and travel – the ION EBOXX G16 offers you a multitude of possibilities to adjust and fit it to your personal preferences and riding style.
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Focus SAM²: New 170 mm E-Enduro

Focus introduces a new 170 mm E-Enduro. The SAM² is based on the same F.O.L.D suspension system and Shimano Steps E8000 motor as the E-Trailbike JAM², but has a much more aggressive geometry as well as additional travel. We have all the information about the new release.
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Spot Check: Bike Park Wales – UK’s first full scale mountain bike park

Bike Park Wales is located in the southern part of an old redeveloped coal mining area commonly known as "The Valleys," in south Wales near Merthyr Tydfil. (How to say it... mer-tha-tid-ville). It's a purpose built Bike Park that has become a focal part of the local area attracting bikers from far and wide. Built originally with a focus on normal gravity riders. We thought it would be a great place to go and check out for e-bikes. It's located on leased land which means its private and you have to pay to access the facilities and trails. We had heard about its reputation from so many people we thought it was time to see if it could beat the alps for fun factor. 
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