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MV Agusta Lucky Explorer Project E-Enduro and lightweight E-Gravel e-bikes revealed with up to 140 km range

The MV Agusta Lucky Explorer Project E-Gravel bike weighs 13.4 kg (~29.5 lbs). (Image source: MV Agusta)
The MV Agusta Lucky Explorer Project E-Gravel bike weighs 13.4 kg (~29.5 lbs). (Image source: MV Agusta)
Italian motorcycle brand MV Agusta has unveiled two new Lucky Explorer Project e-bikes, the E-Enduro and the E-Gravel. The E-Gravel bike weighs 13.4 kg (~29.5 lbs) and has a range of 140 km (~87 miles). The E-Enduro has user-friendly controls, including a BOSCH Kiox 300 display and BOSCH Mini Remote.

MV Agusta, an Italian motorcycle brand, has released two new e-bikes as part of the Lucky Explorer Project: the E-Enduro and the E-Gravel. The pedelecs are tipped to be involved in the 2023 Dakar Rally, though it is unclear precisely what role they will play.

The Lucky Explorer Project E-Enduro combines a BOSCH Performance Line CX engine with an SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS Transmission; the top speed of the e-bike is currently unknown. The pedelec features a carbon frame equipped with Braking IN.CA.S. 2.0 disc brakes and a FOX FLOAT 38 Factory 29, Grip2, 180 mm fork.

A BOSCH PowerTube 625/750 Wh battery is fitted to the bike, though its range is unknown. The weight of this model is also unclear. The E-Enduro has a BOSCH Kiox 300 display and BOSCH Mini Remote, which you can use to control the bike’s settings. 

The E-Gravel is a lightweight bike with “an intense off-road character”, weighing 13.4 kg (~29.5 lbs) thanks to a carbon frame. The pedelec is powered by a Mahle X20 engine with a Campagnolo EKAR 1x13 transmission. A 350 Wh 36 V battery provides up to 140 km (~87 miles) range. Plus, Campagnolo EKAR 160 mm brakes and a FOX 32 K FLOAT AX fork are used on the bicycle. The Lucky Explorer Project bikes are listed as “coming soon”, and prices are not yet available.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-07-21 (Update: 2022-07-21)