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Aluminium Superlite, Gravity Casting, Agile Ride Geometry, 1.5 Headtube, Boost 148, Internal Cable Routing, Full Integrated Battery, Kickstand/Fender/Carrier Mounting Points
SR Suntour XCM34 Coil, Tapered, 15x110mm, 120mm, Lockout
Sram SX Eagle™, 12-Speed
Sram SX Eagle™ Trigger, Single Click
Shimano BR-MT420/MT400, Hydr. Disc Brake (203/180)
ACID E-Crank, 38T, 170mm
Schwalbe Smart Sam, Active, 2.60
Bosch Drive Unit Performance CX GEN4 (75Nm)
You know that niggling feeling that your bike might, just possibly, be holding you back a little? You won’t get that with the new Access Hybrid EX. Combining a brand-new 29er e-bike frame with a 120mm fork, Boost rear end and powerful fourth-generation Bosch CX drive system, it leaves nothing on the table in pursuit of trail-riding e-bike nirvana. Our engineering team pulled out all the stops to create a more versatile, better handling and easier to live with e-MTB specifically for women – and it’s even available as a trapeze frame. Starting with our new Modular Battery System, they created a gravity cast down tube that entirely encloses the powerful Bosch power unit behind a cover. The result isn’t just neat, it’s also freed up enough space for the option of a more powerful 625Wh battery for extended range. With internal cable routing – including for a future dropper post upgrade – and features aimed at reliable, intuitive handling, it’s all the e-MTB you’re ever likely to need. The Suntour XCM34 Boost suspension fork has the travel and steering precision to keep you comfortable and out of trouble, aided and abetted by big, grippy Schwalbe Smart Sam tyres and powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes with big 203mm rotors at the front – so you’ll always be in full control. Meanwhile, the Purion-controlled Bosch motor boosts your pedalling input via Sram’s incredible SX Eagle 12-speed transmission, giving you the torque and gear range to easily tackle climbs that you previously considered unrideable. Put it all together and it’s clear that, if you’re not feeling it out on the trail, it’s not the bike that’s the problem. Ride more, ride further, ride faster. What are you waiting for?