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E-Whaka+

Vikt 22.1 kg
Storlekar  16", 18", 20", 22"
Ram Aluminium 7005 TB
Färg(er) Foggy Grey

Pricing

recomm. retail price
1 549 990.00 Ft

The All Mountain Do-It-All-Machine.

Even the steepest hills are conquered by Shimano Steps Power. Harsh rooted and rocky sections are held in check by STEVENS four-link chassis with Fox suspension parts. In a permanent up and down, acceleration then full-stop, full control is maintained by 11-speed shifters and vigorous 4-piston brakes combined with a dropper post. What is left for you, the rider? The most important - choosing the most beautiful trails on both sides of the mountain. Have fun with our E-Whaka+

  • All-mountain E-fully w/ triple butted aluminium frame and perfectly integrated Shimano Steps system
  • Fox E-Bike+: 34 suspension fork, DPS rear shock
  • Shimano Deore XT Shadow+ 11-speed rear derailleur
  • New, strong Shimano BR-MT520 4-piston disc brakes with 203 mm diameter respectively
  • Trail fun guaranteed: Schwalbe Magic Mary/Hans Dampf 27.5+ tires & dropper seatpost

Technology

Boost-Standard fork

What is right for the rear wheel is even more important at the front wheel - because steering precision matters.

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Boost Rear Axle Spacing

Boost Rear Axle Spacing

Since model year 2016 the axle spacing in the rear stays of all STEVENS fullies adhere to the new "Boost" standard.

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Rear shock Development

Specific suspension set-up for maximum performance in any type of bike.

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Dropper Post

Dropper Post

Optimum seating level for best drivetrain efficiency. Push the button: saddle down for best clearance on technical descents.

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500 Wh Battery

500 Wh Battery

STEVENS uses batteries with a huge 500 Watt-hour capacity in all its top-notch pedelecs for up to 215 km of range.

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27.5” Plus Tires

27.5” Plus Tires

Even the most sophisticated wheel and suspension technology can't work without the right tires.

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Hydroforming

A bonus in steering precision and longevity.

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Tapered Steerer

Tapered Steerer / Tapered Headtube

Riders benefit from noticeably higher steering precision, almost without weight penalty.

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Triple Butted, Double Butted

For light and stable frame: Frame tubes with thinner walls in the middle and thicker walls at the ends.

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QR15 Front Thru-Axle

QR15 Front Thru-Axle

The most useful method to fix the front wheel to the (suspension) fork.

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Smooth Welded

Smooth welds reduce notching and make aluminium frames more durable.

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Versatile cable routing

To ride your bike like you want to: Versatile cable routing.

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Chain Stay Protector

Chain Stay Protector

To protect the chain stays of STEVENS carbon fullies from a slapping chain.

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Boost-Standard Fork

What is right for the rear wheel is even more important at the front wheel - because steering precision matters. This is why STEVENS uses suspension forks and hubs with extra wide axle spacing for all its fullies, as well as for the trail rocket Sonora and the alloy-hardtails Colorado and Sentiero. These 110mm of axle spacing are called "Boost" or "Plus" and stand for lots of added lateral stiffness plus space for extra wide studded tires.

Boost Rear Axle Spacing

Since model year 2016 the rear stays of all STEVENS fullies adhere to the new "Boost" or "Plus" standard with 148 mm axle spacing. And there are good reasons for that. Rear wheel stiffness increases by 20 % which is especially beneficial in large 29" wheels. And there is more space for voluminous studded tires to give you more control and fun an the trail.

Rearshock Development

Diffferent purposes in different terrain require different ride properties. This is why every fully rear triangle receives a specific setup from STEVENS' engineers to meet the respective bike's requirement for optimum performance. Firm for minimum power loss in the marathon with lots of comfort for long distance riding with a linear characteristic curve and mind-soothing reserves for hard hits.

Dropper Post

Optimum seating level for best drivetrain efficiency. Push the button: saddle down for best clearance on technical descents. Push the button: saddle up … this could go on forever - and on some technical trails the dropper post remote will be actuated more often than the front derailleur shift lever. Experts for fun and safety alike agree: Very rarely has an innovation meant so many convincing advantages and so little disadvantages like a dropper post with infinitely adjustable seat height.

500 Wh Battery

This will decide success or failure of e-mobility. That's why STEVENS uses batteries with a huge 500 Watt-hour capacity in all its top-notch pedelecs for up to 215 km of range (according to the manufacturer, please refer to the Bosch range calculator for more exact results). This is possible even without a weight penalty: Compared to the old PowerPack 400, the new Bosch PowerPack 500 is just 100 grams heavier. This huge "fuel tank" is our premier recommendation for pedelec riders who don't shy away from the hilliest of itineraries.

27.5” Plus Tires

Even the most sophisticated wheel and suspension technology can't work without the right tires - because it's them to make first contact with rocks, roots and loose gravel. And when they are of the new 27.5" x 3" format and ridden with appropriately low pressure, this contact becomes an intimate one. Meaning: the tire's studs dig into every tiny crevice on the trail and therefore ensure maximum grip in corners and lots of traction. Thus improving braking, steering, acceleration. And already standard in all new all-mountain e-MTBs from STEVENS.

Hydroforming

Using water or oil pressure aluminium tubes are transformed from their original round shape into their ideal shape determined by STEVENS engineers to perfectly withstand any load without any weight penalty. This means better steering precision on the trail and higher longevity.

Tapered Steerer / Tapered Headtube

Fork shaft (or steerer tube) and head tube are tapered, meaning their diameter increases from top to bottom resulting in a conical shape. The diameter needs to be bigger at the bottom since this is where higher stress is applied - especially when the bike has a higher total weight due to luggage or an e-drive and battery. Also tapered steerers feature a smoother force transfer (like forces caused by hard braking) to the downtube than forks with a continuous 1 1/8" diameter.

Triple Butted, Double Butted

Meaning a frame tube has three or two different wall thicknesses along its length. Triple butted (TB) is the usual technology with STEVENS high-quality frames.
Tubes with different wall thicknesses are optimally adjusted to certain ways of manufacturing or to withstand specific loads. Where the highest loads occur or where tubes are welded, walls are the thickest. Butted tubes allow frame weight to be lower by several hundred grams.

QR15 Front Thru-Axle

"15" stands for the diameter in millimeters, "QR" for quick release. Combined they are the most useful method to fix the front wheel to the (suspension) fork. With convincing advantages: high stiffness, precise positioning of the brake disc and super-easy handling. So STEVENS specs almost all its mountain bikes and even high-quality trekking bikes, cross bikes and pedelecs with a thru-axle. Additionally, especially with 29" MTBs axle spacing is increased from 100 to 110 mm which makes the design even stiffer.

Smooth Welded

Additional step in welding. The first, rippled weld, typical for aluminium, is covered with a second smoother weld. This not only improves looks but also lowers the risk of notches in this spot, which makes the frames more durable.

Versatile cable routing

We keep the cable routing on our bikes as versatile as possible so you can ride your bike like you want to. There are wide and therefore easy to reach cable ports in the frame to insert shift or brake sleeves, Di2 cables or even no sleeves at all - there are the appropriate cover plugs for all of this.

Chain Stay Protector

Now you can tackle any downhill ramp without worry: The specially fitted chain stay protector prevents the chain stays of STEVENS carbon fullies from getting damaged by a slapping chain.

Utrustning

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Ramset

Ram
Aluminium 7005 TB
  • Axle: QR12x148
  • Brake: postmount disc 7"
  • BB: Shimano Steps
  • Cable routing: internal
Framgaffel
Fox 34 Float Rhythm E-Bike+
  • Travel: 140 mm
  • Air suspension
  • Tapered Steerer 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
  • Axle: QR15x110
  • Brake: postmount disc 6"
Headset
STEVENS MTB Taper 1 1/8"-1 1/2"
  • Upper bearing cup: ZS44/28.6
  • Lower bearing cup: ZS55/40
Stötdämpare
Fox Float DPS Performance E-Bike+
  • Travel: 130 mm
  • Air suspension
  • Length: 185 mm
  • Shock travel: 50 mm
  • Mounting width: Trunnion Mount/22.2x8 mm
Bromsar
Shimano BR-MT520
  • Hydraulic disc brake
  • 4 pistons
  • Rotor: SM-RT64
  • Rotor size: 203/203 mm
  • Center-Lock

Drivlina

Engine
Shimano Steps E8000
  • Continuous rated power: 250 w
  • Max. torque: 70 nm
Accumulator
Shimano Steps BT-E8010
  • Capacity: 504 Wh/14 Ah
  • Voltage: 36 V
  • Technology: Li-Ion
Breakaway at
25 km/h (15.5 mph)
Mileage
shimano-steps.com
No of notches
3 drive modes with support levels 50-300 % plus walk assistance
Vevparti
Shimano Steps E8000
  • FC-E8000
  • BB type: Shimano Steps
  • Boost chain line
Vevparti
Shimano Steps E8000
  • SM-CRE80-B
  • 38 T
  • Narrow Wide
  • Boost chain line
Bakväxel
Shimano Deore XT Shadow+
  • RD-M8000-DGS
  • 11-speed
  • Direct Mount
  • Total capacity: 39 T
Kedja
Shimano CN-HG601
Kassett
Shimano SLX
  • CS-M7000
  • 11-speed
  • Combination: 11-13-15-17-19-21-24-28-32-37-46 T
Pedaler
MTB Alu Flatpedal Reflex
Gear ratio
Zoom 1.88 - 7.84 m, 1*11

Hjul

Nav
Shimano Deore
  • HB-M6010-B | FH-M6010-B
Fälgar
Sun Ringlé Duroc TR40
  • ETRTO: 36 x 584
Däck
Schwalbe Magic Mary | Hans Dampf 70-584 faltbar
  • Tire size: 70-584
  • Foldable
  • Front: Addix Soft compound
  • Rear: Addix Speedgrip compound
  • Apex reinforced sidewall
  • Tubeless Easy

Cockpit

Styre
Oxygen E-Scorpo
  • Width: 760 mm
  • Backsweep: 9°
  • Rise: 25 mm
  • Clamp: 31.8 mm
Styrstam
Oxygen E-Scorpo
  • Handlebar clamp: 31.8 mm
  • Angle: 6°
Sadel
Oxygen Roccia
Sadelstolpe
Kind Shock LEV-SI
  • Travel: 100 mm | 125 mm | 150 mm
  • Remote Lockout
  • Length: 350 mm | 400 mm | 450 mm
  • Diameter: 30.9 mm
  • Insertion depth: min. 90 mm (100) | 100 mm (125 + 150)
Växelreglage
Shimano SLX
  • SL-M7000-11-IR I-Spec II
  • 11-speed
Bromshandtag
Shimano BL-MT501
  • 2 finger
Display
Shimano Steps E7000
  • SC-E7000-B

Data

Vikt
22.1 kg
Storlekar
16", 18", 20", 22"
Färg(er)
Foggy Grey
Laden weight
140 kg
  • Bike incl. rider, clothing and luggage
 

Testrapporter

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Preistipp

05/2017

The E-Whaka+ is a flawless all mountain bike. Very nimble and agile on the trail and just a joy to ride in any situation.

Geometri

schematische Skizze eines Fahrrades mit eingezeichneten Geometrie-Messpunkten

Ramhöjd (") 16 18 20 22 Mätinställning
Seattube length A1 620 625 633 644 nominal
Seattube length A2 400 430 460 490 bottom bracket to top of seattube
Seattube length A3 372 398 418 444 bottom bracket to top of top tube
Top tube length B 554 574 595 612  
Top tube horizontal C 568 589 608 631 center headtube to center seatpost/seattube
Headtube angle (°) D 66.5 66.5 66.5 66.5  
Seattube angle (°) E 76.9 76.9 76.9 76.9  
Wheelbase F 1162 1183 1207 1226  
Chainstay length G 436 436 436 436  
Headtube length H 95 100 110 120  
Bottom bracket drop I 19 19 19 19 distance of bottom bracket to hub level*
Bottom bracket height K 347 347 347 347 distance to ground*
Fork rake L 51 51 51 51  
Slope M 216 194 183 167 top tube level distance front to rear
Wheel radius N 366 366 366 366 incl. tires
Standover height O 719 732 744 755 top of top tube to ground**
Fork build height P 547 547 547 547 incl. lower headset cups*
Front wheel - bottom bracket Q 716 750 773 792  
Reach R 427 447 467 482 center bottom bracket to center headtube, horizontal
Stack S 604 608 617 627 center bottom bracket to center headtube, vertical
Stack/Reach (1:x)   1.41 1.36 1.32 1.3 ratio stack to reach
Seatpost diameter   30.9 30.9 30.9 30.9  
Stem length   50 50 50 60 center-center
Stem angle (°)   6 6 6 6  
Handlebar diameter   31.8 31.8 31.8 31.8  
Assembled spacers   5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5  
Handlebar width   760 760 760 760  
Cranklength   170 170 170 170  
    16 18 20 22  

* Values measured with rider on board and slightly compressed front fork / rearshock (regular riding position)

** measured 1/3 from seattube and 2/3 from headtube, fork and rearshock not compressed (static)

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