For 2019, the Swedesh group look to refine their Husqvarna eBike design and really focus on working around the drive system, whilst adding two new models. There has been a rise in downhill eBikes and Husqvarna look keen to jump on the train with their Husqvarna EXC 10 that features a whopping 200mm of travel.
The Haibike FLYON range had to be the biggest news from yesterday, being that one of the most popular eMTB brands haved moved away from the traditional Shimano, Bosch, Yamaha or Brose motor for something a little closer to home. Performance with integrated lights and new app design, the FLYON is the biggest update Haibike have made. However Haibike will still produce Bosch and Yamaha equipped eMTB for next year. More details to come.
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bkc3Y4YHjDF/?hl=en&taken-by=ride_bmc THE FUTURE IS NOW. BUT what should we call it? e-cross or e-cyclo? UPDATE: Two more variants have been revealed for the Alpenchallenge AMP; Sport and City. Sport being a more road oriented set up...
Carbon Trek Powerfly has been revealed in their upcoming Powerfly range for the 2019 models. With the 2018 models receiving positive feedback, the American company have kept most of the eBike the same, and refined the design with some added upgrades.
After a year of teasing, Focus' Project Y has become a reality with the Focus Paralane². Showcased last year at Eurobike, the eRoad bike features a carbon frame and lightweight Fazua system to achieve at 13.1kg weight, claiming the world's lightest mid drive eRoad bike.
EVOC have released an eBike dedicated backpack. Designed to hold all the essentials and a spare battery, the EVOC FR Trail E-Ride is perfect for those eMTB riders looking for the ultimate backpack to take on short or extended rides. This was shared a couple months ago, however news has come forward that Australia will officially receive them in September.