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Quest 2.0 Step-Through eBike MY24 Grey

Quest 2.0 Step-Through eBike MY24 Grey

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The all new Quest range is the SUV of eBikes: comfortable, versatile and tough. The one electric bike for riders who want a fast and comfortable eBike to ride around their city - then could use some suspension up front when exploring hidden paths, dirt roads and rail trails on the weekend.
Regular price $1,999.99
Regular price $2,799.99 Sale price $1,999.99
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The Quest 2.0 Electric Bike is the feature rich option to do-it-all. This unbeatable price includes upgrades to the suspension, brakes, battery and motor so you can experience the best of eBiking and explore more.

The aluminium step-through frame uses internal cabling and headset for a neat finish, and an integrated 11.6Ah battery pack for plenty of range. Shimano gearing and a powerful mid-mount Ananda M81 250W (80Nm) motor for acceleration and that extra climbing boost when under load and heading up a hill.

Comfort comes as standard with the Quest 2.0 eBike. High volume 2.35” Kenda tyres, larger 100mm front suspension fork by XCM, high-end Selle Royal saddle, adjustable stem, and ergonomic grips are all there to soak up the bumps.

We’ve also added full-length mudguards, heavy-duty rear pannier rack for luggage, and integrated lights powered by the bike battery system so you can just relax and enjoy the ride.

Key Features:

  • Tough, hybrid style alloy step-through frame with internal cabling.
  • Smooth and powerful Ananda M81 250W mid-drive motor with plenty of torque for acceleration and climbs (80Nm).
  • Powered by a fast-charging 36V 11.6Ah frame-integrated battery for pedal assisted power over 80km range.
  • XCM32 100mm front suspension fork for control and comfort over broken ground.
  • Performance Nutt hydraulic disc brakes for stopping power and fine control.
  • Finished with full length mudguards, pannier rack and powered lightset.
Electric Motor Ananada m81 250w mid drive
Display Lcd handlebar-mounted display
Battery 11.6ah cells
Frame Double-butted alloy with integrated battery
Forks Xcm32 atb suspension 100mm
Wheelset / Rim Reid double wall alloy
Brakes Nutt hydraulic disc brakes
Tyres Kenda 27.5x2.35\
Hubs Reid alloy qr
Freewheel / Cassette Shimano 9 speed hg200
Rear Derailleur Shimano alivio m3100
Handlebars Reid alloy riser bars 580mm
Stem Reid a head adjustable
Shifters Shimano 9 speed sl-m315
Bottom Bracket Sealed bearing
Brake Lever Nutt hydraulic disc
Pedals Pvc platform
Chain Kmc x9
Grips Reid ergonomic rubber
Saddle Selle royal comfort saddle
Seatpost Reid alloy 30.4mm micro adjust
Chainset Prowheel alloy 38t
Kickstand Yes
Bell Yes
Chain Guard Yes
Mudguards 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.
Small Medium
Top tube length 591 600
Seat tube length 420 470
Head tube length 160 160
Seat tube angle 73 73
Head tube angle 70 70
RC length 455 455
BB drop 45 45
Fork offset 44 44
Wheelbase 1112 1121
Full fork length 503 503
*Length measurments are in millimeters, unless otherwise stated.
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SMALL 160cm - 172cm 5'2" - 5'6"
MEDIUM 172cm - 182cm 5'6" - 5'10"
*If you are outside of the size range or unsure of the right fit for you, give us a call or come in and visit your local store to talk about your best options.

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

How to: Unbox video
How to: Install the seatpost
How to: Inflate tyres
How to: Install a-head handlebars
How to: Adjust disc brakes
How to: Install pedals
How to: Install quick release wheels
How to: Adjust a rear derailleur
Ananda user guide
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.

Need more assistance?

Please contact Customer Service for friendly expert advice to help you get your bike ready to ride. We welcome your questions as they will help us to improve the instructions we provide in future.

How far can I ride?
80km+ on a single charge*
(See below for more information)
What extras are included?
100mm suspension fork, mudguards, rack & powered lights.
What is the motor?
New 'natural-feel' Ananda M81 80nm mid-drive.
Quest 2.0 Step-Through eBike MY24 Grey

Mid-Drive Motor: 80nm torque motor for natural-feel acceleration and climbing power.

Frame Integrated Battery: Fast-charging 11.6Ah for 80km+ range.

Hydraulic Disc Brakes: Improved stopping power and modulation control.

Front Suspension: 100mm travel Suntour XCM32 Suspension for comfort and control.

Thoughtful Extras: Integrated front/rear lights, mudguards and pannier rack.

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eBike Buying Guide

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Our Quest 2.0 Step-Through eBike MY24 Grey includes 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 a free tune-up to get you going. Test ride in-store or shop online to enjoy a 30 Day Test Ride to guarantee you get a great deal.

Click and Collect

Buy online and collect in-store from our Melbourne or Perth stores fully assembled by our bike mechanics and ready to ride!

Be advised that your chosen store will phone you within 24 hours of ordering to confirm a collection date based on your availability, the location of stock and your chosen collection store.

Home Delivery

Our bikes are shipped in a box 85% assembled and require basic assembly, like turning handlebars and inserting pedals. Check out our Assembly Videos that give instructions on how to do this.

eBikes FAQ

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.

We will list the distance you can expect to ride under ideal conditions in the product details section of each Electric Bike.

As a general guide though, the range varies from around 60km per full charge for our 10.4Ah battery hub motor eBikes, up to 100-120km+ for our 14Ah Ananda mid-mount eBikes. The dual-battery system on the KADe can even cover 150km+.

Q. How do I charge an Electric Bike 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 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 Bafang and Ananda systems.

Q. What are the benefits of a hub motor style eBike?

For commuting and touring electric bikes designed for use on roads and paths, rear hub motors offer a more discrete, lighter and more affordable choice over a mid-mount motor design.

Bafang are the largest rear hub eBike manufacturer in the world and growing rapidly in Europe and the US. The motor is light and unobtrusive at only 2.9 kg, recharge time is quick and the range is good. Considering how affordable these ebikes are, a new electric bike now makes a lot of sense for more people.

Q. What are the benefits of a mid-mount motor style eBike?

The mid-mount position offers more options in terms of gearing, smoother acceleration and lowers the centre of gravity of the bike giving a more stable ride over broken ground or when cornering. This benefit is really felt when off-road or riding at speed.

Mid-drive motors are especially preferred by riders looking for more torque when riding (perfect for pinch climbs on a Mountain Bike). Unlike a hub-drive motor, the mid-drive motor directly drives the crank instead of the wheel. This has the benefit of multiplying power and allowing the bike to better take advantage of existing gears.

Q. Can I ride an eBike in the rain?

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

Q. Can I switch off the motor and ride it like a normal bike?

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 pedelec 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 much does it cost to charge an eBike?

It depends on the battery, but as an example using a standard 418Wh battery:

At 30c/kWh x 0.418kWh = 12.5c for a full charge. Costs are similar with the Bafang and Ananda systems.

100km for 12.5c and a fraction of the carbon output of a car - yes, this is the future of personal transport.

Q. How often should I service my Electric Bike?

The same as we would recommend for any bicycle.

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.

Q. How can I safely handle and use a Li-ion Electric Bike battery?

Lithium Ion batteries are a powerful technology that have given us handy cordless tools and devices from mobile phones and laptops, to power drills, vacuum cleaners and now electric bikes.

This is an increasingly common power source that is here to stay, and is safe if handled properly. Read our full safety guide here.

More questions? See our eBike Buying Guide

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    Peter R.
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    5 hours ago
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    It is a very good looking bike. I ride it to work most days. It could be improved. I have found the seat uncomfortable. and I found the seat post spring does not work for my weight. If I had a wish list it would be to fit a steering lock ( probably in the 30 degree either side position ) ....also a motor gear lever so the motor could be disconnected for riding in manual mode. I have found the handle bars have limited range of adjustment and I am not sure the side slope is right. Generally a good bike...that could be brilliant

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