|Storlekar||27,5" - 16", 18", 20", 22"|
|Ram||Aluminium 7005 TB|
Now off-road fun has no limits anymore! The E-Sledge ES' four-link chassis with enduro-like travel, its extra-wide Plus-tires and powerful but compact Steps E8000 motor from Shimano deliver reliable MTB performance even on the harshest trails. 100% control and precision are assured by powerful 4-piston disc brakes and the new Deore XT 1x12-speed shifting, both brought to you by Shimano. And there can only be one frame colour for the kind of galactic fireworks this bike will bring to the trail: Galaxy Black.
Well-balanced, good overall performance: The Stevens is guaranteed fun on easy and technical downhill terrain.
A nimble and easy to control E-MTB for riders that demand lots of performance. First-class specs, powerful and practical.
The Stevens enduro is a lot of fun on tours.
An e-mountain bike easy to handle on slopes as well as in technical terrain. Simple to operate, with a sensitive chassis for great versatility.
Stevens makes the most out of the advantages offered by the Shimano electric motor in the E-Sledge+ ES. It shines with very agile handling thanks to its geometry. The well thought-through specs down to the tiniest detail, are also convincing.
The Stevens E-Sledge+ ES is a well-designed e-mountain bike through and through. Its natural, predictable handling and the comfortable seating position make it the perfect accessory for any kind of ride.
Top enduro with sensitive suspension, good geometry and strong components.
Conclusion: The Shimano 8000's dynamic is simply impressive. The agile chassis was very much to our liking when climbing as well as going downhill and is among the top contenders in the all-mountain segment.
|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||577||600||622||640||center headtube to center seatpost/seattube|
|Headtube angle (°)||D||65,5||65,5||65,5||65,5|
|Seattube angle (°)||E||75||75||75||75|
|Bottom bracket drop||I||19||19||19||19||distance of bottom bracket to hub level*|
|Bottom bracket height||K||342||342||342||342||distance to ground*|
|Slope||M||224||204||193||177||top tube level distance front to rear|
|Wheel radius||N||361||361||361||361||incl. tires|
|Standover height||O||726||741||751||763||top of top tube to ground**|
|Fork build height||P||572||572||572||572||incl. lower headset cups*|
|Front wheel - bottom bracket||Q||739||761||785||804,6|
|Reach||R||414||433||454||469||center bottom bracket to center headtube, horizontal|
|Stack||S||602||611||620||629||center bottom bracket to center headtube, vertical|
|Stack/Reach (1:x)||1,48||1,41||1,38||1,35||ratio stack to reach|
|Stem angle (°)||6||6||6||6|
|Assembled spacers||5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5|
* 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)