Decathlon Rockrider E-FEEL 700S E-MTB Now Available in Europe

Decathlon Rockrider E-FEEL 700S e-Bike

Decathlon has launched its latest electric bike, the Rockrider E-FEEL 700S, in select countries. The company’s latest offering is a mid-range, full-suspension product that appears to be a lightweight version of the E-FEEL 900S that launched in October last year. The E-FEEL 700S also has the same 29-inch size as its bigger brother, the 900S. The new full suspension electric off-road bike is equipped with a 250W Dalmatian EP600 motor, which can deliver 500W of power and 85Nm of torque. The company claims that it can reach a maximum speed of 25 km/h and offer a range of 90 km based on its 630 Wh battery.

The Decathlon Rockrider E-FEEL 700S electric bike has been launched in select European countries including France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The starting price in European countries is 3,499 euros (around Rs 3.15 lakh), while the price in the UK is 4,299 pounds (around Rs 4.49 lakh). It was launched in four sizes from S to XL. Currently, no official information has been released about availability in other markets, including India.

The Decathlon Rockrider E-FEEL 700S is a 29-inch full-suspension electric mountain bike equipped with a 250W SHIMANO EP600 mid-motor. The motor is capable of producing a maximum power of 500W and a maximum torque of 85Nm. The maximum assist speed of the e-bike is said to be 25 km/h, which the company says is within the range of permissible speeds for electric bikes in many European markets.

The complete Rockrider E-FEEL 700S system includes a RockShox 35 Gold RL 160mm fork and a RockShox Deluxe Select shock. The electric bike also has a Ducati Cues 6000 rear derailleur and hydraulic disc brakes.

The total range of the E-FEEL 700S is estimated at 90 km, which is achieved thanks to the presence of a 630 Wh battery. It is equipped with a 1.4-inch Ducati SC-EN600 LCD color display that shows the rider important riding data and battery status. The bike has a Bluetooth connectivity feature.

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