Trek Rail 5 SX 625 2021 Electric Mountain Bike

£4,150.00

Trek Rail 5 SX 625 2021 Electric Mountain Bike

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About the Trek Rail 5 SX 625 The 2020 Trek Rail 5 is an electric mountain bike built for ripping the big stuff. It features the same high-end trail tech as our analogue trail bikes, plus a powerful new Bosch drive system that’s basically like having your own shuttle. A light and durable Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame that fully encases a 625 Wh battery for sleek looks and protection on the trail, a 160 mm Rock Shox 35 Gold RL fork, 150 mm of rear travel with a Rock Shox Deluxe RL shock, a powerful new Bosch Performance Line CX 250 W motor that assists up to 25 km/h and a Purion controller. A 1×12 SRAM SX Eagle drivetrain, dropper post, 4-piston brakes and Bontrager Line Comp 30 29er wheels. Trek’s Removable Integrated Battery (RIB) system looks great and is super user-friendly: it fully hides the battery in the frame for protection, makes it easy remove the battery without tools and lets you mount a water bottle cage It’s equipped with an external charging port for easy charging on or off the bike. Made with the same exclusive frame tech as Remedy and Slash, like Mino Link adjustable geometry, a Straight Shot down tube for extra stiffness and Active Braking Pivot (ABP) The all-new Bosch Performance Line CX motor is lighter, smaller and quieter than previous versions, for cleaner integration and more nimble handling. It’s also more efficient so you can go further on a single battery charge. Use the intelligent eMTB mode to automatically adjust the amount of assist to match the terrain. It’s a set-and-forget mode that delivers just the right amount of power so you can focus on enjoying the ride. Key Features New Bosch Performance Line CX. Removable Integrated Battery. Active Braking Pivot. Light and durable Alpha Platinum Aluminium frame. SRAM SX Eagle drivetrain. About Trek The four decades following our inception have witnessed greater innovation than the previous four hundred. Bicycles have not been immune to this explosion in technological advancement, and Trek has been