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MONDRAKER e-Panzer R Kiox 2019 Black / Blue Sky / Flame Red Mountainbike

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Mondraker e-Panzer R Kiox 2019 Bicycle Black / Blue Sky / Flame Red. Electric Fat bike with aluminium frame. Equipped with Sram transmission, Shimano brakes, RockShox fork and DT Swiss 26”wheels. Also, this model incorporates the new Bosch Kiox display, which allows you to see the data during the ride (cadence, potential, heart rate monitor,..) with improved integration and ease of reading.

Main Features:

  • New Bosch Kiox display, smaller and easier to operate, with a colour screen that ensures easy reading. It’s easy to operate and provides all the essential information and data. Also, the use of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) allows you to connect the Kiox to a heart rate monitor so as to make the most of your training.
  • Motor Bosch Performance CX Line system, Power Pack 500Wh battery.
  • Miranda Delta crankset specific for 170mm ebike. 
  • Forward Geometry: For improved control, greater handling, greater safety and stability on compromised areas.
  • Stealth Alloy: Stealth Alloy technology encompasses all processes involved in making the frame, from the industrial design, to developing each tube and the calculation of finite elements that ensure and optimise each of its parts for a specific function with the least weight possible. Stealth technology is evolving every year with optimised shapes and internal updates to deliver the best riding experience in our aluminium frames. 
Reference: M-200011131
Remember, we delivery all our bicycles completely revised and mounted, you just have to mount the handlebars, the front wheel and the pedals and off you ride!

Data sheet

Frame Panzer fatbike 6061 Xtralite Alloy, Forward Geometry, tapered head tube, HHG internal cable routing, QR 12x190mm rear axle
Fork RockShox Bluto RL Fat Bike 120mm, tapered steerer tube, 15x150mm axle, offset 51mm. Settings: low-speed compression to lockout, rebound, air preload
Shifter Sram NX, Type 3 roller bearing clutch, cage lock, long cage, 1x11s, X-actuation 1:1
Controls Sram Trigger NX, 11s, X-Actuation 1:1
Levers Shimano MT520, servo wave, alloy lever
Front brake Shimano MT520, 4-piston caliper, RT66 203mm IS 6 bolts rotor, resin pads
Rear brake Shimano MT520, 4-piston caliper, RT66 203mm IS 6 bolts rotor, resin pads
Cranks Miranda Delta ebike crankset, 170mm
Chainrings Miranda 14T, 20mm offfset
Cassette Sunrace CSMS8, 11-46T, 11s
Chain Lock Sram PC-1110, 11s
Handlebars Mondraker double butted 6061 alloy, rise: 12mm, width: 760mm, 9º backsweep, 5º upsweep, 31.8mm barbore
Stem Onoff Stoic FG 30mm, 6061 forged alloy, 31.8mm barbore
Grips Onoff Diamond, 1lock-on, 130mm
Rims DT Swiss BR2250, 76mm internal width, welded with cut outs, 32 spokes
Tyres Maxxis Minion FBF 26x4.8, tubeless ready, dual compound, Exo protection, 120 TPI, folding bead
Saddle Mondraker Panzer design
Seat post Onoff Pija dropper internal, diameter 31.6mm, S size: 337x100mm, M size 387x125mm, L/XL size: 425x150mm
Weight 22.5Kg

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