This is the 2020 Moustache Samedi Game 29, and it is one of the best-looking ebikes at Eurobike by a mile. The 2020 bike uses a slimmer frame than the previous Samedi with new integrated battery and the Generation 4 Bosch motor.
Moustache is only making alloy frames for 2020, but on top of their own frames they also make many of the components that make up the bikes too. The rear shock, handlebars, dropper post and even wheels are all Moustache products.
2019 Custom Hope Turbo Levo
Not a 2020 bike but we’re suckers for anything custom, and more so when it happens to be covered in Hope parts. This Turbo Levo over at the Hope Booth at Eurobike is fitted with the new Hope E-Bike crankset, larger Hope disc rotors and matching 4 piston brakes.
Hope is planning to launch more ebike specific parts in the future including a new brake set with updated lever design too.
2020 Rock Machine Blizzard DVO
Another surefire way of grabbing our attention is to outfit a bike with bright green DVO suspension, and what better way to set off those trick shocks than on a raw alloy frame. The Rock Machine Blizzard is a new bike to us. It comes with a Shimano E8000 motor, internal battery and coil rear shock. They even have a matching non-ebike version sat behind it incase you wanted a pair.
2020 Orange Phase
Orange has 4 new ebikes at Eurobike, but the Phase is our choice for the best looking. It looks like the new Charger and the Surge, but it uses a larger 29in front wheel matched to a smaller 27.5in rear. Orange has now incorporated the Shimano 8035 internal battery to the bike which has helped to slim the frame shape down too.
Thok has the splendid Ducati edition Mig RR on display at Eurobike. The alloy bike uses a Shimano motor and external battery slung beneath the downtube and protected by a matching Ducati red cage. Unsurprisingly for a bike with the Ducati name attached, this Thok Mig RR is outfitted with top of the line parks including Fox Factory Kashima suspension.
2020 Bianchi E-SUV
If there is one bike that everyone is talking about at Eurobike, it has to be the new Bianchi E-SUV. It’s not actually a bike though, but a range of 3 models all with carbon frames, integrated batteries and built-in front and rear lights. In the range there are bikes with 29in wheels, mismatched wheels and suspension range from 150-160mm of travel.
2020 Alutech EFanes
Over at the eThirteen stand, you’ll find an Alutech eFanes. the efanes is a German bike based on the mechanical Fanes bike. Alutech has chosen a Shimano E8000 motor and internal Shimano 8035 battery. We have more information for Alutech fans here.
2020 Spitzing Evolution
If you must spend all the money in the world to buy just one ebike you might as well choose a Spitzang Evolution. The Spitzang has a unique carbon frame combine with a powerful TQ 120Nm motor system and internal battery. Sporttechnik the company behind the M1 has an online configuration tool so that you can build your dream M1 and if you choose the top end for every part you can easily spend well over €18,000!
2020 KTM Prowler Sonic
Trying to take a photo of the KTM Prowler Sonic proved to be difficult because so many Eurobike attendees swarmed around the bike. The carbon eMTB uses a powerful Gen 4 Bosch motor, internal 625Wh battery and boasts 180mm of travel and 29in wheels.
2020 Nox Helium 5.9
We’ve seen a lot of bikes with either Bosch or Shimano motors at Eurobike, but this Nox Helium 5.9 has a Fazua system which in effect means it can either be an ebike or a mechanical bike. The idea behind the Fazua motor is that the system can be removed for non assisted riding, and installed for a little extra boost. When the battery is removed, the space can be repurposed as a place to store spares, tools or a jacket.
There are a lot more than just these 10 ebikes at Eurobike 2019 and we plan to bring you more ebike news over the coming days.