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We’ve had the Scott Genius eRide 900 in for review. This high-end, 150 mm travel E-Enduro is the most capable E-Bike in Scott’s stable. Take a look at the geometry, take into account the large 29” wheels and Fox suspension and you can easily imagine what this E-Bike is capable of on the trail. We found out how the Scott Genius eRide 900 performed in the real world and you can read all the details here.

Scott Genius eRide 900

Area of UseAll-Mountain, Enduro, Freeride
Travel150 mm/100-150 mm
Wheel Size29ʺ
Frame MaterialAluminium
MotorShimano
Battery Capacity504 Wh
Weight (w/o Pedals)23.5 kg
Websitewww.scott-sports.com
Price: 6.999 Euro

Overall, the Scott makes a convincing first impression. The high-end components and paint job give this E-Trailbike a certain “must have” feeling. The high-priced E-MTB rolls on large 29” wheels, and in terms of its visual design fits very nicely into the Scott portfolio. The Fox suspension promises a lot of performance and stability on the downhills. The E-Bike is also equipped with Scott’s TwinLoc technology, which allows you to limit the travel to 100 mm, or lock it completely, from a handlebar mounted remote. The Scott Genius eRide 900 series is available in three different version – the model we tested costs € 6999. The same frame is also equipped with 27.5” wheels for Scott’s 700 series, with two models each for men and women.

You can find other E-Mountainbike news, reviews and comparisons here.

Scott Genius eRide 900 tuned
# Scott Genius eRide 900 tuned - Motor: Shimano Steps E8000 | Battery: 500 Wh | Travel front/rear: 150/150 mm | Weight: 23.6 kg | Preis: € 6999
Diashow: Scott Genius eRide 900 review - Riding in the fast lane
Beim Antrieb setzt der Hersteller auf die präzise schaltenden Komponenten der SRAM X01 Eagle 12-fach Gruppe
Um dieses E-MTB auf schmalen Trails zu manövrieren, benötigt es mitunter auch mal etwas mehr Körpereinsatz
… richtig einen rausgehauen
An kleinen Kanten abstylen? Geht ebenso
Gabel und Dämpfer lassen sich mittels Twin-Loc-Hebel vom Lenker aus in zwei Stufen verändern
Diashow starten »

Geometry

The Scott Genius eRide 900 is a long and stable E-Trailbike with resoundingly modern geometry. The flip chip on the shock mount allows the head- and seat tube angle, as well as reach, stack, bottom bracket height and wheelbase to be adjusted. Both settings are clearly focussed on downhill performance, but the eRide 900 climbs noticeably better in the more upright position.

Available sizes: S, M, L, XL
Measured standover:
755 mm (Size L)
Weight: 23.6 kg (Size L)

FramesizeRahmengrößeSMLXL
Seat Tube LengthSitzrohrlänge410 mm440 mm490 mm540 mm
Top Tube LengthOberrohrlänge586.5 mm606.6 mm636.7 mm666.7 mm
Head Tube LengthSteuerrohrlänge120 mm125 mm135 mm145 mm
ReachReach418.6 mm (low Setting), 424.6 (high Setting)437.4 mm (low Setting), 443.5 (high Setting)458.7 mm (low Setting), 464.7 (high Setting)486.3 mm (low Setting), 492.3 (high Setting)
StackStack624.2 mm (low Setting), 620.1 (high Setting)628.9 mm (low Setting), 624.6 (high Setting)639.8 mm (low Setting), 635.5 (high Setting)649.1 mm (low Setting), 644.6 (high Setting)
BB DropBB Drop-30.9 mm (low Setting), -23.5 mm (high Setting)-30.9 mm (low Setting), -23.5 mm (high Setting)-30.9 mm (low Setting), -23.5 mm (high Setting)-30.9 mm (low Setting), -23.5 mm (high Setting)
Head Tube AngleLenkwinkel64.8 ° (low Setting), 65.3 ° (high Setting)64.8 ° (low Setting), 65.3 ° (high Setting)65.1 ° (low Setting), 65.6 °(high Setting)65.1 ° (low Setting), 65.6 °(high Setting)
Seat Tube AngleSitzwinkel75.0 ° (low Setting), 75.5 ° (high Setting)75.0 ° (low Setting), 75.5 ° (high Setting)74.5 ° (low Setting), 75 ° (high Setting)74.5 ° (low Setting), 75 ° (high Setting)
Chainstay LengthKettenstrebenlänge462.0 mm (low Setting), 460.0 (high Setting)462.0 mm (low Setting), 460.0 (high Setting)462.0 mm (low Setting), 460.0 (high Setting)462.0 mm (low Setting), 460.0 (high Setting)
WheelbaseRadstand1215.8 mm (low Setting), 1214.6 mm (high Setting)1236.7 mm (low Setting), 1235.5 mm (high Setting)1259 mm (low Setting), 1257.7 mm (high Setting)1290.7 mm (low Setting), 1289.4 mm (high Setting)

Components

The Scott Genius eRide 900 is available in two versions. In addition, there is also a model available fitted with 27.5” wheels. Components such as the carbon-railed Syntace saddle and the Fox Kashima suspension clearly position this machine as a high-end E-Bike. Thanks to the TwinLoc system, the fork and shock can be easily (and noticeably) adjusted from the bars and the travel reduced to just 100 mm. A snappy SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain does the shifting with its 12 gears providing a large gear range.

  • Fork Fox 36 Float Factory Air / Kashima / 150 mm
  • Shock Fox Nude TR Evol Trunnion / 150 mm
  • Drivetrain SRAM X01 Eagle / 12 Speed
  • Brakes Shimano XT 4 Kolben / 203 mm Scheiben
  • Motor Shimano STEPS E8000
  • Capacity 500 Wh
  • Tyres Schwalbe Magic Mary / Hans Dampf
  • Cockpit 740mm bars
  • Dropper post 100 mm (Size S) / 125 mm in (Size M) / 150 mm (Size L and XL)
Scott Genius eRide 900 – Please expand for components

NameModellScott Genius eRide 900
FrameRahmenAlloy Frame / Boost 148 x 12 mm / 150 mm travel
ForkGabelFox 36 Float Factory Air / Kashima
FIT4, 150 mm
ShockDämpferFox Nude TR Evol Trunnion
Scott custom w. travel / geo adj.
ShifterSchalthebelSRAM GX Eagle Single Click
DerailleurSchaltwerkSRAM X01 Eagle / 12 Speed
CassetteKassetteSRAM PG1230 / 11–50 T
CranksKurbelShimano Steps FC-M8050 / 165 mm / 34 T
BrakesBremseShimano BR-M8020 XT Disc, 203 mm
WheelsLaufräderDT Swiss H1825 Spline CL, 15 x 110 mm / 12 x 148 mm Boost, 30 mm tubeless ready rim
TiresReifenSchwalbe MagicMary 2,6"
Snake Skin, Addix Soft / Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2,6"
Snake Skin, Addix Speedgrip
SeatSattelSyncros Tofino 1.0 / Carbon rails
SeatpostSattelstützeFox Transfer Dropper Remote Kashima / 31,6 mm / S 100 mm / M 125 mm / L & XL 150 mm
BarLenkerSyncros FL1.0 Di2 mini Riser / Carbon / 12 mm rise / 9° / 740 mm
StemVorbauSyncros FL1.5 / 2014 Alloy / 31,8 mm / 6° / 1 1/8"
MotorMotorShimano Steps E8000
250 W
DisplayDisplaySC-E8000 Display
BatteryAkkuShimano 500 Wh
WeightGewicht23,6 kg
System WeightSystemgewicht128 kg
Price (RRP)Preis (UVP)6.999,00 €

The Scott Genius eRide is raring to go
# The Scott Genius eRide is raring to go - out riding, the large 29" wheels help the E-Bike roll over basically anything in its path
Regarding the design and finish...
# Regarding the design and finish...
... Scott has really hit the ball out of the park
# ... Scott has really hit the ball out of the park
Sensitive Fox suspension keeps you connected to the ground and provides traction
# Sensitive Fox suspension keeps you connected to the ground and provides traction - the Genius eRide offers 150 mm travel
The fork and shock can be adjusted in two stages with the TwinLoc level
# The fork and shock can be adjusted in two stages with the TwinLoc level - the first click reduces the travel to 100 mm, the second locks the suspension out completely
The refined TwinLoc technology lets you adjust your suspension
# The refined TwinLoc technology lets you adjust your suspension - you can easily lock out your fork and shock simultaneously from the bars
The Fox Nude TR Evol trunnion mounted shock is tuned specifically for the Genius eRide
# The Fox Nude TR Evol trunnion mounted shock is tuned specifically for the Genius eRide - the TwinLoc system lets you choose three modes: 150 mm, 100 mm or locked out
The flip chip lets you adjust the Genius eRide to your preferences
# The flip chip lets you adjust the Genius eRide to your preferences - if you like your bikes long and slack, then you'll choose the "low" setting, and if you like things a little steeper and more upright, you'll choose "high"
The precise and reliable drivetrain is SRAM's 12-speed X0 Eagle group
# The precise and reliable drivetrain is SRAM's 12-speed X0 Eagle group
The dropper remote takes some getting used to. It's not in its usual place, as the there's no space on the left side of bars for it to be fitted.
# The dropper remote takes some getting used to. It's not in its usual place, as the there's no space on the left side of bars for it to be fitted.
Scott hasn't skimped on the saddle or dropper post and has fitted a high-end 150 mm travel Fox Transfer along with a carbon Syncros Tofino saddle.
# Scott hasn't skimped on the saddle or dropper post and has fitted a high-end 150 mm travel Fox Transfer along with a carbon Syncros Tofino saddle. - die hochwertige Fox Transfer mit 150 mm Hub sowie ein Syncros Tofino-Sattel mit Carbonstreben sind montiert.
Who wants to mount a flip stand? Probably not that many people on this bike, but Scott has considered lots of great details such as the internally routed cables here...
# Who wants to mount a flip stand? Probably not that many people on this bike, but Scott has considered lots of great details such as the internally routed cables here... - Dafür punktet das Scott mit netten Details, wie dieser innen verlegten Zugdurchführung …
... and the nicely integrated mudguard on the Fox fork
# ... and the nicely integrated mudguard on the Fox fork
The hefty 23 kg E-Bike is kep in control with the powerful four piston Shimano XT brakes
# The hefty 23 kg E-Bike is kep in control with the powerful four piston Shimano XT brakes - am High-End-Modell wäre jedoch eine Saint-Bremse noch besser gewesen.

Motor & Battery

The Shimano Steps E8000 motor was introduced in 2016 and since then has started popping up on more and more E-Bikes. The 2.8kg motor is one of the lighter options available and together with the ergonomic controls, it’s an intuitive system to use. Along with its stellar performance, the popularity of the Shimano motor is likely also due to its small volume. The compact form frees up the design of the frame allowing agile geometries and kinematics to be engineered. Chainstays don’t have to be excessively long because cranks are mounted fairly centrally in the motor unit, meaning that the dimensions are usually similar to a non-motorised bike. Finally, the 175mm Q-factor is narrower than many competitors on the market.

Scott has integrated the Shimano Steps E8000 very nicely, and has included some neat details such as the vents on the sides.
# Scott has integrated the Shimano Steps E8000 very nicely, and has included some neat details such as the vents on the sides.
A replaceable guard protect sthe motor from damage
# A replaceable guard protect sthe motor from damage - It's easy to spot here: the power button sits on the underside of the battery and its remaining charge is shown with small LEDs.

Three assistance modes – ECO, TRAIL and BOOST – cover all eventualities during your rides. ECO reduces the power, but you’ll get increased range. The dynamic TRAIL mode modulates the assistance up to 60% of the maximum power, depending on what’s required. Software analyses your pedal strokes to determine how much assistance is required at any given moment. Pedalling in this mode feels particularly natural and the mode offers a good compromise between support and range. BOOST puts the pedal to the metal and always delivers the maximum available power. The Shimano Steps E8000 delivers a maximum 70Nm torque and we have never experienced any problems with overheating.

Always nice to see
# Always nice to see - the clear, perfectly positioned, Shimano display

The display can only be described in one way – excellent. The unit is small, robust, well finished and mounted in a protected place just behind the bars. That’s how it should be! Wherever you’re riding, the high contrast and high saturation LCD panel is easy to read and understand. The display tells you which gear you are in and colour codes the different assistance modes to let you know which you are using. Using Bluetooth and a companion smartphone app you can adjust settings to your taste. If you want to know your cadence – you even can show that on the display. The combination of a compact motor, powerful assistance and the brilliant display makes the Shimano Steps system one to look out for if you’re in the market for an E-Bike.

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  • Motor: Shimano Steps E8000
  • Battery: 500 Wh
  • Power: max. 250 Watt
  • Torque: 70 Nm
  • Display: Shimano Steps 8000

You can find more information about current E-Bike motors here.

Real-world range

36.25 km / 785 metres vertical
1 h 26 min

Quoted figures for range tend to be on the optimistic side so we like to test bikes for ourselves, draining a whole battery and seeing how far the bike will go. For this test we managed 36.25 km and 785 metres of ascending, staying in the highest power setting throughout. Please note that these values in no way represent rigorous or normalised testing. Instead, they should be seen as ballpark figures. Using lower assistance modes increases the range significantly too.

You can find all the details of our test ride with the Scott Genius eRide 900 here.

Scott Genius eRide – range test
# Scott Genius eRide – range test - 36.25 km | 1 h 26 min | 785 metres vertical

On the Trail

Uphill

This flip chip works miracles!

After a few metres riding it quickly became clear that the Scott Genius eRide climbs rather well. On technical and more demanding sections, the sheer size of the Scott makes it a lot of E-Bike to handle, but it always remains manageable. Having adjusted the geometry with the Flip Chip to the steeper setting, the uphill capabilities of the E-Bike improved once more. Helped by the powerful Shimano Steps E8000 motor we were able to make our way up all the climbs we set our sights on.

We have to give praise to the Schwalbe Hans Dampf tyre at the rear, which generates plenty of traction on loose terrain allow us to ride without any issues.

The Genius eRide is a capable climber, but it can sometimes reach its limits in tight sections because it's just so long.
# The Genius eRide is a capable climber, but it can sometimes reach its limits in tight sections because it's just so long. - hier wäre etwas mehr Wendigkeit nicht verkehrt. Der Flip-Chip hilft dabei allerdings Wunder.

Downhill

On the downhills, the Genius eRide is an absolute beast! The E-Enduro rolls over everything thanks to its 29” wheels, excellent weight distribution, low centre of gravity, capable suspension and a very stable ride. Together, that makes for a very fast companion to take you down the hill when you really want to let it fly. The Schwalbe Magic Mary tyre up front grips tenaciously and allows for precise steering. If you manage to keep your speed consistently high without hard braking or constant acceleration, you’ll fly through even the roughest sections of trail aboard the Genius eRide.

We didn’t like the narrows bars. This much bike shouldn’t be fitted with a 740 mm bar, especially on a Size L frame. This led to us feeling insecure and lacking control on several sections where we would have wished for a wider option.

On the way down the hill our testers gave the Genius eRide the reins. In terms of stability and the performance of the suspension, the Scott is one of the best. It was just the narrow 740 mm bars that stopped us breaking through the sound barrier.
# On the way down the hill our testers gave the Genius eRide the reins. In terms of stability and the performance of the suspension, the Scott is one of the best. It was just the narrow 740 mm bars that stopped us breaking through the sound barrier. - in Sachen Laufruhe und Fahrwerks-Performance liegt das Scott ganz weit vorne. Lediglich der 740 mm schmale Lenker hat uns daran gehindert, die Schallmauer zu durchbrechen.
The Genius eRide conveys a sense of calm and stability and feels particularly capable when riding fast
# The Genius eRide conveys a sense of calm and stability and feels particularly capable when riding fast
The riding position is pleasantly upright...
# The riding position is pleasantly upright...
... which helps you ride more efficiently on longer descents.
# ... which helps you ride more efficiently on longer descents.
Our testers were really able to push things when they wanted to blast the Spanish trails in Ainsa.
# Our testers were really able to push things when they wanted to blast the Spanish trails in Ainsa.

Trail

Made for any and every trail!

The Scott Genius eRide feels as happy as a pig in muck whilst riding trails. The weight distribution is excellent, the centre of gravity is low and the riding position is central and aggressive. On longer section of gravel tracks, we liked using the TwinLoc remote to reduce the travel at the rear to 100 mm. This, at least in our heads, gave us even more efficient forward propulsion from the motor.

However, if you’re looking for a more relaxed and comfortable bike, you’re looking in the wrong place. The suspension has a firm tune and the riding position isn’t as upright as many competitors.

Manoeuvring this E-MTB on narrow trails needs quite a lot of input with this large E-Bike
# Manoeuvring this E-MTB on narrow trails needs quite a lot of input with this large E-Bike
Popping off lips and drops? No problem, though you'll need a bit of hefting at the bars.
# Popping off lips and drops? No problem, though you'll need a bit of hefting at the bars. - auch wenn man etwas beherzter am Lenker ziehen muss.
All in  all, the Scott Genius eRide 900 impresses with top performance, a well positioned centre of gravity and aggressive geometry
# All in all, the Scott Genius eRide 900 impresses with top performance, a well positioned centre of gravity and aggressive geometry

We noticed:

  • Narrow bars The 740 mm bars should never even have come near this hefty E-Trailbike. We would like to swap them out for wider ones.
  • Shimano XT The top of the range model should also have been fitted with top of the range parts. We would have liked to see Shimano Saint brakes fitted to the Scott Genius eRide 900 which would help eke out even more performance.
The 740 mm narrow bars really shouldn't be fitted to a roughly 23 kg E-Bike.
# The 740 mm narrow bars really shouldn't be fitted to a roughly 23 kg E-Bike.

Summary: Scott Genius eRide 900

„Climb on, hold tight

& put the pedal to the metal!“ Rico Haase

The Scott Genius eRide 900 is a high-end and high-class E-Enduro bike. The handling is brilliant, the design seductive and the large 29” wheels are a thoroughly modern accoutrement. A particular highlight is the well balanced Fox suspension, which swallows up all the bumps without losing its feeling of active feedback. The TwinLoc technology allows the travel at the rear to be reduced to 100 mm, or even to be locked out completely. We didn’t make use of the latter option, but the reduced travel felt useful on the trail and was used regularly by our testers.

The fast Scott Genius eRide 900 would be our first choice for our next alpine Enduro ride or next E-Enduro race – that’s why it receives our E-Enduro Best in Test award.

Pro
  • Fantastic paint job
  • Dynamic and appealing design language
  • TwinLoc travel adjustment
Contra
  • 740 mm narrow bars
  • Cockpit, especially with the TwinLoc lever, is quite clulttered
  • Top-end model is "only" fitted with XT brakes

Scott Genius eRide –  our E-Enduro recommendation!
# Scott Genius eRide – our E-Enduro recommendation!

What do you think of the  Scott Genius eRide 900? Do you like the loud paint job?


You can find the other articles in our group test here:


About the test

Please expand for details

On our test runs, we usually stay in the highest assistance mode and drain the battery completely at least once. We then publish our results on our Strava account.

Our loop has everything we need to test what our E-bikes are capable of:

  • Tight uphill trails with roots, rocks and loam
  • Flat trails with small climbing sections
  • Fast and flowing downhills
  • Long gravel trails up- and downhill

E-bikes are subjected to our route multiple times to allow us to draw our conclusions.

We tested the Scott Genius eRide 900  here:

  • Bamberg/ Bad Kreuznach, Germany: The riding provides narrow and tight trails with rooty, rocky sections, steep and technical uphills as well as flowing downhills.
  • Aínsa, Spain: These trails have played host to the legendary Enduro World Series.

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Tester-Profil: Rico Haase
62 cm90 kg86 cm61 cm183 cm
E-Enduro, E-Trailbike, Hardtail, Downhiller, Rennrad – mir macht jedes Bike Spaß. Egal ob mit oder ohne Motor, außer ich muss damit unendlich bergauf fahren – da mag ich Motorunterstützung schon sehr. Flowige Trails, gern auch gebaut, liebe ich. Ach ja, eins noch, ich hasse Spitzkehren.
I ride everything: E-Enduro, E-Trailbikes, hardtails, downhill, road – I enjoy it all, whether it’s E-assisted or not. I’ll admit that I do quite like having a motor on the uphills though. There’s lots to love about flowing trails; natural or built. The only thing I hate – switchbacks.
Fahrstil / Riding style
Verspielt und flowig / Flowing and playful
Ich fahre hauptsächlich / I mainly ride
E-Enduro, E-Trailbike, aber auch XCO, DH und Road / E-Enduro, E-Trailbike but also XCO, DH and road
Vorlieben beim Fahrwerk / Preferred suspension setup
Straff und schnell – ich möchte wissen, was unter mir passiert / Firm and reactive – I like feedback from the trail
Vorlieben bei der Geometrie / Preferred geometry
Langer Reach, kurzer Vorbau, breiter Lenker / Long reach, short stem, wide bars

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Tester-Profil: Oliver Sonntag
62 cm82 kg85 cm73 cm182 cm
Am liebsten fahre ich Enduro, Downhill, Dirtjump, E-Enduro und Crosser – ich habe auf jedem Rad meine Gaudi. Primär geht´s mir um das schnelle Bergab fahren – ob im Bikepark oder auf selbst erklommenen Trails. Das E-Biken ist Neuland für mich aber macht mir ebenso mega Spaß. Unerreichten Spaßfaktor gibt´s für mich nur bei Rennen. Dabei findet man mich bei den meisten Enduro- und Downhill Massenstart Rennen. An jeder noch so kleinen Kante abziehen und das Rad in schräge Positionen zu manövrieren taugt mir ebenso ganz gut.
I like to ride Enduro, Downhill, Dirtjump, E-Enduro and Crosser – I have fun on every bike. My primary concern is to go fast on downhills – whether in the bike park or on self-climbed trails. E-biking is new for me, but it’s also super fun. Unmatched fun factor for me is only in races. You can find me at most enduro and downhill mass start races. Pulling off on every small edge and maneuvering the bike in oblique positions is just as good for me.
Fahrstil / Riding style
schnell und aggressiv, doch immer mit einem sicheren Abstand zum Chargen / fast and aggressive, but always with a safe distance to charging
Ich fahre hauptsächlich / I mainly ride
Enduro / Enduro
Vorlieben beim Fahrwerk / Preferred suspension setup
hart und progressiv, langsamer Reebound / hard and progressive, slower reebound
Vorlieben bei der Geometrie / Preferred geometry
lang und flach, aufrechte Fahr- und Sitzposition / long and flat, upright riding and sitting position

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Tester-Profil: Sebastian Beilmann
56 cm70 kg83 cm63 cm174 cm
Sebastian fährt gerne Fahrräder jeglicher Kategorie, von Mountainbike bis Rennrad. Am liebsten ist er jedoch auf Enduros und Trailbikes unterwegs – gerne auch unter Zeitdruck im Renneinsatz. Für die schnelle Runde auf den Hometrails greift er natürlich gerne auch zum eBike.

Sebastian loves riding bicycles from all categories, from mountain bikes to road bikes. But most of all he likes riding his enduro or trail bike – with pleasure also under pressure of time during races. For a quick spin on the hometrails he of course also loves riding an eBike.

Fahrstil / Riding style
verspielt / playful
Ich fahre hauptsächlich / I mainly ride
Trail, Enduro, Park / Trail, Enduro, Park
Vorlieben beim Fahrwerk / Preferred suspension setup
recht straff mit Progression / pretty firm with progression
Vorlieben bei der Geometrie / Preferred geometry
relativ flacher Lenkwinkel, kurze Kettenstreben, langes Oberrohr mit kurzem Vorbau / slack headangle, short chainstays, long toptube with short stem

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Test details in brief

Scott Genius eRIDE 900 Tuned

range of use
XC: 4/10 – Trail: 10/10 – All-Mountain: 9/10 – Enduro: 10/10 – Downhill: 7/10
Motor + Battery
Battery Capacity
504 Wh
Range km/mi
Distance
22.5 mi
Climbing
2,575 ft
Duration
1:26 h
Bike Weight
51.8 lb
System Weight
254 lb
Uphill
9/10
bad
excellent
Downhill
9/10
bad
excellent
Motor
7/10
weak
extreme
Value for Money
4/10
too expensive
perfect
Sitting Position
7/10
upright
stretched
character
9/10
playful
stable
Explanation of “Range of Use”
XC:
0 to 120 mm Travel (Hardtails and Full-Suspension)
Trail:
100 to 150 mm Travel (Hardtails and Full-Suspension)
All-Mountain:
120 to 150 mm Travel (Full-Suspension)
Enduro:
150 to 180 mm Travel (Full-Suspension)
Downhill:
more than 180 mm Travel (Full-Suspension)
Erklärung zum Systemgewicht
Das hier angegebene Gewicht ist die Summe aus den Einzelgewichten (E-Bike, Fahrer, Rucksack usw.), welches bei unserem Reichweitentest zum Einsatz kam.

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    We’ve reviewed the Scott Genius eRide 900. This high-end, 150 mm travel E-Enduro is the most capable E-Bike in Scott’s stable. Take a look at the geometry, take into account the large 29” wheels and Fox suspension and you can easily imagine what this E-Bike is capable of on the trail. We found out how the Scott Genius eRide 900 performed in the real world and you can read all the details here.


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