Haibike Interbike 2017

New DWNHLL answers call for longer travel e-bike

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With a growing trend toward longer travel e-mountain bikes, Haibike has delivered with its new 200mm DWNHLL model. They’ve also improved the performance and extended the range of the XDURO and SDURO. Press play to get more details from Haibike USA’s Ken Miner.

Video: Haibike DWNHLL, XDURO and SDURO

No chairlifts in your neck of the woods? No problem with the new Haibike DWNHLL, a 200mm trail crushing e-mountain bike that’s ready for multiple laps on the gnarliest of gnar. Component highlights include a Kashima-coated Fox 40 dual crown DH fork, and the industry-leading Bosch drive system with 500 Wh battery. The top of the line model comes in at $7000.

Haibike Interbike 2017 Booth

For more trail bike-oriented adventures, check out the updated 27.5 XDURO, which won a 2017 Interbike Innovation of the Year award and comes with the new Yamaha PW-X motor that delivers more torque and improved cadence compliance, meaning you can spin up to 120rpm no problem. This $5000 e-rig rolls on plus-size tires and has 150mm of bump taming suspension. Typical range with the Yamaha 500 Wh battery is in the 40-100 mile range depending on mode use.

Finally, the latest 27.5 Haibike SDURO features Bosch’s new internally-stored battery, which resides inside the downtube and can be charged onboard or off. This frees up space in the main triangle for a water bottle cage. You can also add a lock, tool bag, or even secure an extra battery, upping range to a whopping 1000 Wh. This bike has 120mm of suspension and sells for $5400.

Gallery: Haibike DWNHLL, XDURO and SDURO

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Haibike SDURO FullLife LT 7.5
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Haibike SDURO FullLife LT 7.5

The SDURO class opens up the world of sporty innovative ePerformance bikes to a wider range of riders than ever before, by offering comfort, quality and class leading performance at a wide range of price points.
Haibike SDURO FullLife LT 7.5 Frame Detail
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Haibike SDURO FullLife LT 7.5 Frame Detail

The SDURO class also offers the biggest choice of great all-round sporty hardtails on the market, and for those seeking adventure, you are sure to find the trekking and cross bike of your dreams.
Haibike SDURO FullSeven 9.0 Intube Battery Concept
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Haibike SDURO FullSeven 9.0 Intube Battery Concept

The motor is the technological core and defining characteristic of an eBike. Thanks to our Gravity Casting motor interfaces we can integrate the motor in a compact manner without separate mounting plates. This concept reduces the space required to mount the motor and decreases the visual volume of the engine.
Haibike SDURO FullSeven 9.0
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Haibike SDURO FullSeven 9.0

A mounting rail is integrated in the upper part of the downtube. You can thus mount for instance bottle cages or bags freely on the bike. Hence, you have all items you need during a ride close at hand. We use a magnetic mounting system provided by FidLock which offers safe hold, easy handling and due to its minimalistic design, you can also use it in very small-framed bikes.
Haibike XDURO AllMtn 10
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Haibike XDURO AllMtn 10

The AllMtn models are some of the best all-rounders in our lineup. With 150 mm of travel, plus tires and aggressive geometry, the XDURO AllMtn can help you climb the most demanding trails, find your groove flowing down singletracks and still shred the downhills with confidence.
Haibike DWNHLL 10.5 Motor
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Haibike DWNHLL 10.5 Motor

The motor offers an impressive maximum torque of 75 Nm. The “Direct Flow” technique also guarantees powerful support in the lower cadence levels. Trail Control offers a dynamic power management system, that allows the rider to choose the optimum support level (50-300%) for the terrain they are riding, their riding style, and the distance they are looking to cover. “Shift detection” protects your chain by cutting off the torque from the motor during shifting for smooth gear changes.
Haibike DWNHLL 10.5
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Haibike DWNHLL 10.5

The Haibike Dwnhll models combine the ability to shred the downhills as well as any gravity bike, together with the capability to master steep, technical, and previously impossible to ride uphill climbs. These bikes open up new realms of riding possibilities, both up and downhill. The limits of what was previously possible on an eMTB have been thrown wide open.
Haibike XDURO AllMtn 8.0
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Haibike XDURO AllMtn 8.0

The AllMtn models are some of the best all-rounders in our lineup. With 150 mm of travel, plus tires and aggressive geometry, the XDURO AllMtn can help you climb the most demanding trails, find your groove flowing down singletracks and still shred the downhills with confidence.
Haibike Interbike 2017 Booth
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Haibike Interbike 2017 Booth

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  • Ralph says:

    When its down to 30 lbs (2-3 yrs?), then the minds will be opened….

  • gogogordo@earthlink.net says:

    WOOT!!
    E-BIKES ROK!!!!!
    Barb and Jim, you don’t!!

  • Larsv says:

    2:30 minutes of products, an not one single non-mototized bike. ;-/

  • Saris Mercanti says:

    @Larsv

    For better or worse, interbike was mostly an ebike show this year. Pivot was the only brand holding it down for mountain bikers, although Santa Cruz was well represented in dozens of booths.

    But don’t worry, most of our interbike coverage was non-motorized. Lots of cool tools, wheels, tires, and accessories to talk about. We have a few more posts coming on those topics.

  • Larsv says:

    @Saris: thank’s for the heads up! Iwas at Eurobike and found the amount of e-bikes quite unsettling, but from your response I understand Interbike was even worse?

  • Justin says:

    Are these electric assist, so the motor only engages when you’re actually pedaling, or will these bikes simply motor to the top with you along for the ride?

  • Craig says:

    As an avid mountain biker at age 42, I love the idea of this in 15-20 years when I don’t have the endurance anymore. It’s great that the technology is being developed for people that aren’t fortunate enough to have the lungs or strength to go uphill, but love being outdoors and going downhill. Keep them coming!

  • MStewart says:

    Well said Craig, tired of listening to all the butt hurt anti ebikers. If you don’t like-em don’t buy em!

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