The most interesting part of the 160e is the new SixFinity suspension. Quite possibly the best suspension kinematics for an e-bike. A major problem that e-bikes get is that you blow through the travel because of the extra weight, but with the SixFinity it give you extra support at the start and middle of the stroke then has more in the tail for those big hits.
|Price||US: $10100||US: $12700|
|Motor||Shimano EP8 (85Nm)||Shimano EP8 (85Nm)|
|Battery||Shimano BT-E8036 (630Wh)||Shimano BT-E8036 (630Wh)|
|Quick Release Battery||No||No|
|Display||Shimano EM800||Shimano EM800|
|Front Fork||Fox 38 Performance||Fox 38 Factory Grip2|
|Rear Shock||Fox Float X Performance||Fox Float X2 Factory|
|Suspension Travel||F: 170mm R: 160mm||F: 170mm R: 160mm|
|Seatpost||OneUp Dropper||SRAM Reverb AXS|
|Brakes||SRAM Code R||SRAM Code RSC|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano SLX||Shimano XT|
|Cassette||Shimano SLX||Shimano XT|
|Wheel Size||F: 29" R: 29"||F: 29" R: 29"|
|Tyres||F: Maxxis Assegai R: Maxxis Minion DHR II||F: Maxxis Assegai R: Maxxis Minion DHR II|
* Estimated price based on unofficial sources.
|SH Stack Height||625mm|
|SL Seattube Length||450mm|
|CL Chainstay Length||446mm|
|SA Seattube Angle||78.0°|
|SO Standover Height||754mm|
|HA Headtube Angle||64.5°|
Specification and geometry values are based on European market bikes. Every attempt is made to ensure the data is correct, but differences may occur in some regions for sales or availability reasons. Please check the bike manufacturer's specification sheet before buying a bike to ensure you're getting the bike specification you want.