Decathlon Stilus E_Trail electric mountain bike launches with 65 Nm of torque
The Decathlon Stilus E_Trail electric mountain bike is now available in European countries. The bicycle has a BOSCH Performance Line CX motor, delivering up to 65 Nm of torque. The engine can assist you up to 25 kph (~16 mph), and the product listing suggests that the bike has up to 300% pedal assistance, with a built-in torque sensor.
There are five-speed modes to choose from, and a walk mode to make it easier to transport the pedelec. A 500 Wh BOSCH Powertube battery, housed in the downtube, can assist you for up to four hours or a 1,400 m (~4,593 ft) vertical climb. A full-suspension model is installed with 130 mm of travel alongside 29-in x 2.25-in (~74 x 5.7 cm) tires for comfort. Plus, the E-Trail is equipped with CLARKS M4 hydraulic brakes and a BOSCH Purion display to provide information such as your speed, total distance and battery range.
The electric bicycle’s 6061 aluminum frame is available in various sizes, with the lightest S model weighing 24.4 kg (~53.8 lbs) and handling payloads up to 120 kg (~265 lbs). You can currently buy the Decathlon Stilus E_Trail mountain bike in some European countries, including the UK, Netherlands, France, Italy, and Germany, starting from around €2,999 (~US$3,045) or £2,599.99 (~US$3,016).