Electric mountain bikes are often considered a symptom of the industry’s decline and are widely condemned for making cyclists lazier and more dangerous off-road. But to be honest. If anything, the success of eMTBs should be celebrated, not only because of their ability to traverse difficult terrain but also because of their potential to take bicycles to new places.
Especially when you are considering products like Trek‘s E-Caliber 9.9 XX1 AXS. This off-road bike is designed for racing, with some extra dynamic under the hood, and it is largely based on Trek‘s best-selling Supercaliber. In practice, this means that thanks to its OCLV Mountain Carbon frame, innovative IsoStrut setup, and compact Fazua motor, it weighs only 34.8lbs, making it the world’s lightest full-suspension eMTB. However, these same functions also mean that it has incredible capabilities. The rear FOX shock absorber is suitable for a driving distance of 60 mm, and the “BLACK PEPPER” pedal boost provided by the Evation motor can reach 20mph. Not only that, but E-Caliber 9.9 is also equipped with a set of top building components, such as an SRAM XX1 Eagle AXS wireless electronic power transmission system and a set of carbon fiber Kovee XXX wheels. You can buy it for $13,000. Click here for more details about the E-Caliber 9.9 XX1 AXS.