This €18.930,80, 120Nm, 1050Wh, ebike rides through fences!
M1 Sporttechnik allows users to build an incredibly expensive eMTB
M1 Sporttechnik’s online configuration tool will let you build the Spitzang Evolution World Cup ebike with 120Nm TQ motor and 1050Wh battery for €18.930.80!
As the eBike market matures, customers are willing to spend more money on bikes with more powerful motors, lighter wheels, and huge range, but are you willing to spend over €18,000? German ebike, or shall we say e-superbike, builder M1 Sporttechnik hopes so and will build you a top-end Spitzang Evolution World Cup ebike that costs just under €19,000!
For the princely sum of €18,930.80 you could be the proud owner of the Spitzang Evolution World Cup ebike, a full carbon bike that can be customized to suit your needs and requirements. A base model Evolution Pedelec 25K/mh can be configured for ‘just’ €7999, but for that you only get a Fox Performance Elite fork, and no dropper. You’ll have to settle for alloy rims and steel spokes and your battery will be a ‘tiny’ 880Wh.
Yes, the basic M1 Sporttechnik Evolution Pedelec 25K/mh has the same carbon frame as the Evolution World Cup, and perhaps more importantly, the same 120Nm torque Tq motor system, but if you’re going to splash out you may as well really splash out.
By clicking ‘yes’ to every optional upgrade we’ve managed to spec out the Spitzang Evolution World Cup ebike to cost more than double the price.
For the same cost as a brand new car, this German e-superbike runs a 1050Wh battery, Kashima coated Fox Performance Elite suspension (not pictured) and the wheels will be BikeAheard carbon models like the ones seen here. Our superbike also comes with a pair of SPD pedals, Shimano XTR 11 speed, Magura brakes and a set of mudguards. See our upgraded spec above.
Between those two price points, there’s a 45kmh Evolution S-Pedelec for €8,399 and an Evolution R-Pedelec at €8,999, but like the World Cup model you can tweak the specs to build something else at a much higher price.
Spitzang Evolution World Cup Base Specifications
Frame: M1 High Modulus Carbon Fiber, SPITZING EVOLUTION
Fork: FOX 36 Float Performance Elite / 160 mm
Motor: TQ 120S, 920 W
Battery: M1, 48 V, 880 Wh or 1,050 Wh, 14S6P
Chainset: FSA CK745 / IS
Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR ShadowPlus, 11x
Shifter: Shimano XTR RapidFire, 11-speed
Cassette: Shimano XTR 11-speed, 11-46
Brakes: Magura MT5e front and rear 203mm front disc, 180mm rear
Wheels BikeAhead Composite wheels, 27.5in
Tires: Schwalbe SuperMotoX 27.5 x 2.4in
Stem: FSA SLK Carbon, 90, 100 or 110 mm
Handlebar: FSA SLK Carbon, 31.8 mm, 780 mm
Seatpost: FSA SLK Carbon, 31,6 x 400 mm of KS Lev 150mm drop
If you want to try and build your own super-expensive ebike then visit the M1 Sporttechnik configurator tool, but remember not to hit the ‘buy’ button unless you’ve had a recent lottery win.
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