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SCOTT Addict eRIDE bike weighs 10.75 kg with a 25 kph maximum assisted speed

The SCOTT Addict eRIDE Ultimate Bike weighs just 10.75 kg (~23.7 lbs). (Image source: SCOTT)
The SCOTT Addict eRIDE Ultimate Bike weighs just 10.75 kg (~23.7 lbs). (Image source: SCOTT)
SCOTT has launched a new range of Addict eRIDE bikes. The lightest of these weighs just 10.75 kg (~23.7 lbs) and has a top assisted speed of 25 kph (~16 mph). A 460 Wh battery allows a 120 km (~75 miles) range, and the e-bike’s design based on the SCOTT Addict RC road bike.

The new SCOTT Addict eRIDE bike range is now available. The lightest in the range, the eRIDE Ultimate, has a carbon frame that weighs 1.04 kg (~2.3 lbs), and the whole bike weighs just 10.75 kg (~23.7 lbs).

The Addict eRIDE is powered by a 250 W Mahle motor that can deliver 60 Nm of torque. The motor can assist you at speeds up to 25 kph (~16 mph) across three speed modes, syncing to a 22 speed Shimano Electronic gear system.

The e-bike is also fitted with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and Schwalbe PRO ONE Microskin tyres. The eRIDE has a 120 km (~75 miles) range thanks to a 460 Wh battery, and you can mount an optional 208 Wh battery extender to the bike.

The eRide can also handle 2,200 m (7,218 ft) altitude. The gadget has a similar design to the Addict RC; it’s hard to tell that the eRIDE is an e-bike with mechanical and electronic cables stored inside the frame.

The bike is ANT+ compatible, enabling you to connect to an onboard computer. You could also use the built-in Mahle One display or a connected smartphone to view information about your ride. You can now buy the SCOTT Addict eRIDE bike range starting at US$5,999.99.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-05-19 (Update: 2022-05-19)