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Santa Barbara - (805) 963-8885
Corona Del Mar - (949) 673-0696
Santa Monica - (310) 314-9887

2019 HAIBIKE XDURO ALLMTN 3.0

$5,299.00

Finding new trails and creating new adventures has just become easier, with this aggressively fun thrill seeker. New internal battery IBC frame design, and powerful Bosch motor keep things exciting all day.

 

The new Internal Battery Concept (IBC) frame places the battery inside the 6061 aluminum frame, keeping things clean and weight near the bottom bracket for stability. Power and range to climb and explore is provided by the Bosch Performance CX 250W motor and 500Wh battery. And once you reach those far off trails, the RockShox Yari RC fork and Deluxe RT shock keep things smooth and fun. SRAM NX 11spd shifting with 11×42 cassette delivers smooth shifts and gearing for all trail types. TRP’s G-Spec Trail hydraulic disc brakes with 203mm front and 180mm rear rotors, and Maxxis Minion DH tires give you grip in the dirt and all the stopping power you’ll ever want.

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2019 HAIBIKE XDURO ALLMTN 3.0

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New Internal Battery Concept (ICB) design places the battery inside the downtube of the 160mm rear travel frame for incredible balance, complimenting the aggressive geometry.

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Bosch’s Performance CX 250W motor and internal 500Wh battery are mounted low to keep the bike super stable on technical terrain, with power to get up and over the toughest climbs.

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RockShox Yari RC fork with Boost dropouts and Deluxe RT rear shock, with 160mm front and 150mm rear travel, to keep things under control when trails get rowdy.

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TRP G-Spec Trail hydraulic disc brakes, with 203mm front and 180mm rear rotors, provide serious stopping power and speed control with light lever feel.

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SRAM NX 11spd shifting with 11×42 cassette give you ample gearing, whether cruising to the top of the climb, blasting down the other side, or eating berms for breakfast.

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