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

2019 HAIBIKE XDURO ALLMTN 6.0

$6,699.00

Designed to roam and explore all day across spiny ridges, deep valleys, and open flowy singletrack. With an aggressively fun and stable geometry, the ALLMTN 6.0 is ready to rip tight berms, tame downhill sections, and cruise with you to new heights.

 

The new IBC (InTube Battery Concept) integrates the battery into the frame, providing clean lines, and increased stability and weight balance. Bosch’s super powerful and reliable Performance CX 250W motor and 500Wh battery, provides the power and range to get the most out of those precious hours of ride time. Using a balanced sus-pension platform from FOX with the FOX 36 Performance Elite fork with 160mm of travel, and the DPX2 Performance Elite rear shock with 150mm of travel, there’s almost no adventure out of reach. SRAM Eagle 12spd shifting with 11×50 cassette, Maxxis Minion DH tires, and Kindshock LEV DX dropper post are all the insurance you need to insure that the fun only stops when you want it to.

Description

2019 HAIBIKE XDURO ALLMTN 6.0

Highlight 1
Light, stiff, indestructible 6061 aluminum frame with InTube Battery Concept (IBC) and aggressively fun geometry, with motor and battery placed low for stability and handling.

Highlight 2
Bosch Performance CX 250W motor and powerful Powertube 500Wh battery that tucks neatly into frame, for long range trail sessions, with power to climb steep sections and enjoy the descents.

Highlight 3
FOX 36 Performance Elite fork with 160mm of travel, custom-tuned for e-bike demands, with the legendary durability World Cup riders rely on.

Highlight 4
FOX DPX2 Performance Elite shock with 150mm of travel that helps maintain steady power transfer to the trail, keeping the rear wheel driving you forward.

Highlight 5
SRAM GX Eagle 12spd shifting with 11×50 cassette for getting uphill easily, and downhill quickly, giving you the ability to get the most out of yourself and the bike.

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