bike electric,For its 2017 range of e-mountain bikes, Stevens is adding Shimano’s new Steps E8000 mid-drive system to its mix of drive train offerings.
Stevens A3-306 based in Hamburg, Germany, is launching five hardtails and four full-suspension models. Until now, Stevens had used only Bosch drives on its e-MTBS.
“The Bosch e-bike drive train Will be mounted On Our e-hardtails, and the new Shimano e-bike drive train. On Our full suspension e-mountain bikes,” said Frank Ziemann, manager of technical development and quality Control.
Stevens has designed an eye-catching frame that allows the battery to be partially integrated. All of the company’s e-MTBS are Spec’d with Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5-plus
Weight of the bikes.