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The new E-Trail 2.0 electric mountain bike sees some serious performance upgrades for riders looking to blast singletrack and trails. This super fun 29er with 120mm travel suspension fork and a powerful 100nm electric motor lets you explore up to 100km on a single charge while riding a balanced, trail-optimised rig.

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The new E-Trail 2.0 electric mountain bike sees some serious performance upgrades for riders looking to blast singletrack and trails. This super fun 29er with 120mm travel suspension fork and a powerful 100nm electric motor lets you explore up to 100km on a single charge while riding a balanced, trail-optimised rig.

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The undeniable benefits of these amazing bikes has driven a surge in popularity. Advances in battery technology have meant faster, smaller, more powerful units; while the motors have gotten smoother and more discrete.

The E-Trail 2.0 is a serious electric mountain bike optimised for riding singletrack and trails. This is a balanced eBike with the mid-drive motor unit located in the bottom bracket area and the powerful LG battery discretely integrated into the downtube to let you move the bike around as you take berms and obstacles at speed.

The E-trail 2.0 electric bike is built around a lightweight double-butted 6061 hydroformed alloy 29er frame with modern trail geometry. Internal cabling keeps the wires tucked away and safe.

A Suntour XCM32 120mm travel suspension fork with hydraulic lock out gives smooth control over broken ground and plenty of cushion to soak up the hits.

Powering the ebike is a light and unobtrusive Ananda M100 mid-drive 250 watt electric motor with an impressive 100Nm of maximum torque for plenty of power in tricky pinch climbs and over obstacles. This powerful motor coupled with the Shimano 9 speed drivetrain will give you all the range you need for riding the full hill.

The position of the motor in the bottom bracket area is optimal for keeping the centre of gravity low - for stable handling when descending on fast trails and when navigating technical climbs.

The E-Trail 2 is powered by a high capacity and fast charging LG 36 volt 10.4 amp hour battery pack, internally mounted into the downtube of the frame. This elegant design really lets you feel the bike when riding. Choose your level of assistance up to 25km per hour on the handlebar mounted display unit, and power through up to 100 kilometres on a single charge.

Braking power and control is delivered by the reliable and smooth NUTT Hydraulic Discs. Hydraulics offer more power with less lever force required than other systems, which gives better modulation and control in all riding conditions.

Running on the popular 29er standard rims with Maxxis Rekon 2.4” tyres, this electric mountain bike is ready to go.

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Our range of Electric Bikes all include the industry-leading Reid Warranty: lifetime on frame and rigid forks, 2 years on non-consumable parts, 1 year/5,000 km (whichever comes first) warranty on eBike system components and 2 free services within the first 12 months. We also offer our Online customers a 30 Day Test Ride to guarantee you get a great deal.

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Key Features:
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  • Custom hydroformed 6061 alloy frame with DIB and internal wiring/cabling for a sleek finish.
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  • Ananda M100 mid-drive electric motor with a punchy 100Nm of torque for powering through pinch climbs and technical sections.
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  • Fast-charging and large capacity LG 36V 10.4AH battery for up to 100km range on a single charge.
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  • Serious Suntour XCM32 coil suspension fork with 120mm travel and hydraulic lock out for comfort and control on the trail and efficiency on the climbs.
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  • Nutt hydraulic disc brakes for stopping power and modulation control in the dirt and in the wet.
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  • Shimano Altus 9-speed gearing, shifters and derailleur.
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  • Grips the trail with chunky Maxxis Rekon 29er x 2.4” tyres.
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  • Lifetime frame warranty, 2 years warranty on parts and two free services within 12 months of purchase to guarantee you get a great deal.
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    *image may not reflect actual specifications, please refer to specification table.
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    INSTORE / CLICK & COLLECT BIKE ORDERS

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    Bikes purchased Click & Collect or instore from our Ascot ValeDandenongSydneyBrisbaneAdelaide or Perth stores are fully assembled by a bike mechanic and ready to ride.

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    ONLINE BIKE ORDERS

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    For online home delivery orders, bikes are shipped in a box 85% assembled and require some basic final assembly like turning handlebars and inserting pedals. Click here for our Assembly Video Guides that give instructions on how to do this step-by-step.

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    FAQ - Electric Bikes

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    Q. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF AN ANANDA MID DRIVE MOTOR?

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    Mid-drive electric bikes offer more options in terms of gearing and smoother acceleration, plus it lowers the centre of gravity of the bike giving a more stable ride when in the air, riding over broken ground or cornering at speed.

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    Q. HOW FAST DOES AN EBIKE GO?

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    Electric bikes in Australia are limited to 250w and will assist you up to 25km/hr - going faster than this is up to the effort of the rider. Any motor providing more power will be classified as a motorbike and must be registered and ridden by a licenced rider.

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    Q. HOW FAR CAN I TRAVEL ON A FULL CHARGE?

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    The range you can expect depends on how hard the battery is working. This will be affected by factors like the weight of the rider, how much luggage you’re carrying, tyre pressure, hills/terrain, road condition, wind and the level of assistance or power setting you use.

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    You can expect the Shimano Steps system to last around 100km on the highest assistance setting even with hills and extra weight (ranges up to 185km under ideal conditions have been reported by Shimano in testing). The Bafang and Ananda electric bike systems will cover up to 70km depending on conditions.

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    Q. HOW DO I CHARGE AN EBIKE AND HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?

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    Simply plug the charger into a standard wall socket at work or when you get home. To charge the Shimano Steps battery from 0% to 80% will take 2 hours, 100% in 4 hours. Most of the time though you’ll just need to top up rather than completely refill. Charging times are similar for the Bafang and Ananda systems.

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    Q. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO CHARGE?

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    The Shimano Steps system uses a 418Wh battery. At 30c/kWh x 0.418kWh = 12.5c for a full charge. Costs are similar with the Bafang and Ananda systems.

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    Q. CAN I RIDE IN THE RAIN?

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    Yes, all of these units are sealed and made for all-conditions riding.

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    Q. CAN I SWITCH OFF THE ENGINE AND RIDE IT LIKE NORMAL?

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    Yes. Remove the battery pack and it will feel very much like a normal bike.

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    Q. WHAT DOES ‘PEDELEC’ MEAN?

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    The most popular electric bike system in Australia is the pedelec (or pedal assist) system. You ride a pedaled assisted eBike by pedalling as normal, while the electric motor adds power to each pedal stroke - flattening out the hills and getting you up to speed with much less effort.

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    Q. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I SERVICE MY EBIKE?

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    We recommend your electric bike is serviced during the first 3 months of ownership as components bed in. Frequency of servicing after that depends on usage and what maintenance you choose to do yourself in terms of caring for the chain and other basic tasks. A regular rider who does not perform any maintenance may benefit from servicing every 6 months. Click here for more information on servicing.

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    The new E-Trail 2.0 electric mountain bike sees some serious performance upgrades for riders looking to blast singletrack and trails. This super fun 29er with 120mm travel suspension fork and a powerful 100nm electric motor lets you explore up to 100km on a single charge while riding a balanced, trail-optimised rig.

    The undeniable benefits of these amazing bikes has driven a surge in popularity. Advances in battery technology have meant faster, smaller, more powerful units; while the motors have gotten smoother and more discrete.

    The E-Trail 2.0 is a serious electric mountain bike optimised for riding singletrack and trails. This is a balanced eBike with the mid-drive motor unit located in the bottom bracket area and the powerful LG battery discretely integrated into the downtube to let you move the bike around as you take berms and obstacles at speed.

    The E-trail 2.0 electric bike is built around a lightweight double-butted 6061 hydroformed alloy 29er frame with modern trail geometry. Internal cabling keeps the wires tucked away and safe.

    A Suntour XCM32 120mm travel suspension fork with hydraulic lock out gives smooth control over broken ground and plenty of cushion to soak up the hits.

    Powering the ebike is a light and unobtrusive Ananda M100 mid-drive 250 watt electric motor with an impressive 100Nm of maximum torque for plenty of power in tricky pinch climbs and over obstacles. This powerful motor coupled with the Shimano 9 speed drivetrain will give you all the range you need for riding the full hill.

    The position of the motor in the bottom bracket area is optimal for keeping the centre of gravity low - for stable handling when descending on fast trails and when navigating technical climbs.

    The E-Trail 2 is powered by a high capacity and fast charging LG 36 volt 10.4 amp hour battery pack, internally mounted into the downtube of the frame. This elegant design really lets you feel the bike when riding. Choose your level of assistance up to 25km per hour on the handlebar mounted display unit, and power through up to 100 kilometres on a single charge.

    Braking power and control is delivered by the reliable and smooth NUTT Hydraulic Discs. Hydraulics offer more power with less lever force required than other systems, which gives better modulation and control in all riding conditions.

    Running on the popular 29er standard rims with Maxxis Rekon 2.4” tyres, this electric mountain bike is ready to go.

    Our range of Electric Bikes all include the industry-leading Reid Warranty: lifetime on frame and rigid forks, 2 years on non-consumable parts, 1 year/5,000 km (whichever comes first) warranty on eBike system components and 2 free services within the first 12 months. We also offer our Online customers a 30 Day Test Ride to guarantee you get a great deal.

     

    Key Features:
    • Custom hydroformed 6061 alloy frame with DIB and internal wiring/cabling for a sleek finish.
    • Ananda M100 mid-drive electric motor with a punchy 100Nm of torque for powering through pinch climbs and technical sections.
    • Fast-charging and large capacity LG 36V 10.4AH battery for up to 100km range on a single charge.
    • Serious Suntour XCM32 coil suspension fork with 120mm travel and hydraulic lock out for comfort and control on the trail and efficiency on the climbs.
    • Nutt hydraulic disc brakes for stopping power and modulation control in the dirt and in the wet.
    • Shimano Altus 9-speed gearing, shifters and derailleur.
    • Grips the trail with chunky Maxxis Rekon 29er x 2.4” tyres.
    • Lifetime frame warranty, 2 years warranty on parts and two free services within 12 months of purchase to guarantee you get a great deal.
      *image may not reflect actual specifications, please refer to specification table.

       

      INSTORE / CLICK & COLLECT BIKE ORDERS

      Bikes purchased Click & Collect or instore from our Ascot ValeDandenongSydneyBrisbaneAdelaide or Perth stores are fully assembled by a bike mechanic and ready to ride.

      ONLINE BIKE ORDERS

      For online home delivery orders, bikes are shipped in a box 85% assembled and require some basic final assembly like turning handlebars and inserting pedals. Click here for our Assembly Video Guides that give instructions on how to do this step-by-step.

       

      FAQ - Electric Bikes

       

      Q. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF AN ANANDA MID DRIVE MOTOR?

      Mid-drive electric bikes offer more options in terms of gearing and smoother acceleration, plus it lowers the centre of gravity of the bike giving a more stable ride when in the air, riding over broken ground or cornering at speed.

      Q. HOW FAST DOES AN EBIKE GO?

      Electric bikes in Australia are limited to 250w and will assist you up to 25km/hr - going faster than this is up to the effort of the rider. Any motor providing more power will be classified as a motorbike and must be registered and ridden by a licenced rider.

      Q. HOW FAR CAN I TRAVEL ON A FULL CHARGE?

      The range you can expect depends on how hard the battery is working. This will be affected by factors like the weight of the rider, how much luggage you’re carrying, tyre pressure, hills/terrain, road condition, wind and the level of assistance or power setting you use.

      You can expect the Shimano Steps system to last around 100km on the highest assistance setting even with hills and extra weight (ranges up to 185km under ideal conditions have been reported by Shimano in testing). The Bafang and Ananda electric bike systems will cover up to 70km depending on conditions.

      Q. HOW DO I CHARGE AN EBIKE AND HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?

      Simply plug the charger into a standard wall socket at work or when you get home. To charge the Shimano Steps battery from 0% to 80% will take 2 hours, 100% in 4 hours. Most of the time though you’ll just need to top up rather than completely refill. Charging times are similar for the Bafang and Ananda systems.

      Q. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO CHARGE?

      The Shimano Steps system uses a 418Wh battery. At 30c/kWh x 0.418kWh = 12.5c for a full charge. Costs are similar with the Bafang and Ananda systems.

      Q. CAN I RIDE IN THE RAIN?

      Yes, all of these units are sealed and made for all-conditions riding.

      Q. CAN I SWITCH OFF THE ENGINE AND RIDE IT LIKE NORMAL?

      Yes. Remove the battery pack and it will feel very much like a normal bike.

      Q. WHAT DOES ‘PEDELEC’ MEAN?

      The most popular electric bike system in Australia is the pedelec (or pedal assist) system. You ride a pedaled assisted eBike by pedalling as normal, while the electric motor adds power to each pedal stroke - flattening out the hills and getting you up to speed with much less effort.

      Q. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I SERVICE MY EBIKE?

      We recommend your electric bike is serviced during the first 3 months of ownership as components bed in. Frequency of servicing after that depends on usage and what maintenance you choose to do yourself in terms of caring for the chain and other basic tasks. A regular rider who does not perform any maintenance may benefit from servicing every 6 months. Click here for more information on servicing.

       

      Frame Reid Custom hydroformed alloy frame with DIB and internal wiring and cabling
      Fork SR Suntour XCM32 Fork w/ 120mm travel hydraulic lockout and coil spring with pre-load adjuster
      Battery LG cells with DIB technology 36V 10.4Ah - internal downtube mounted
      Shifters Shimano Altus M2000 9 speed shifter
      Rear Derailleur Shimano Acera M3000 9 speed
      Freewheel / Cassette Shimano M2000 9 speed cassette 11-36T
      Chain KMC X9
      Bottom Bracket Ananda M100 motor
      Brakes Nutt Hydraulic Disc Brakes
      Brake Levers Nutt Levers
      Hubs Alloy QR disc mount
      Wheelset / Rim Reid 29er disc specific
      Tyres Maxxis Rekon 29 x 2.4
      Handlebars Reid alloy oversize flat bar
      Stem Reid oversize alloy
      Grips Ergonomic rubber grip
      Saddle Reid MTB
      Seatpost Reid alloy 27.2mm micro adjust
      Pedals Alloy platform
      Weight 22.11 kg (Medium Frame)
      Chainset Ananda 38T alloy
      Display LCD multi-function display
      Electric Motor Ananda M100 mid-drive motor (max torque 100Nm)
      Electric Yes

      We continually work to improve our products so designs and specifications are subject to change. Please contact us to confirm if you have any questions.

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      This series of how-to video guides will take you through each step of assembling and tuning your new E-Trail 2.0 eBike. Watch the series or choose the tasks you need help with:

      HOW TO: Unbox Your New Bike
      HOW TO: Install Seatpost
      HOW TO: Install Pedals
      HOW TO: Inflate Your Tyres
      HOW TO: Do a Quick Bike Fit
      HOW TO: Tune Rear Derailleur
      HOW TO: Adjust Disc Brakes
      HOW TO: Insert A-Head Stem Handlebars
      HOW TO: Use Thru Axle Wheels
      EBIKE USER GUIDE: Ananda
      Assembly instructions guide

      If you prefer to work from step-by-step diagrams, you can use this Assembly Instruction Guide for key points on all basic areas of bike assembly.

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