German Audi replenished its electricline of mountain bikes inspired by the RS Q e-tron Dakar rally car and equipped with Brose, Fantic, SRAM, Renthal and Mavic components. The two-wheeler is ready for everything from off-road and enduro to downhill and ordinary city trips.
The Audi bike is based on an aluminum frame withcarbon seatpost and mixed-size wheels 27.5" rear and 29" front. There is a convertible seatpost topped with a Sella Italia Novus Boost EVO saddle. An RFX38 M.2 suspension fork with 180mm of travel and a TTX22M mountain bike coil shock are announced. Braking is handled by IN.CA.S disc brakes with a rotor diameter of 220mm at the front and 203mm at the rear.
As for the configuration, the engine is usedA 250W Brose S-MAG in the middle that gives you 4 levels of pedal assist and 90Nm of torque. There's also a 12-speed SRAM GX Eagle manual transmission for a variety of riding modes.
The e-tron downtube acts as a "case" for the Fantic Integra's 36V 720Wh battery pack. The range of the electric bicycle is not specified.
The bike starts at $10,000 and will come in three frame sizes.