This is a review of the latest Ducati electric bicycles: Ducati MIG S and Ducati TK 01RR.
E-MTBs, like motorbikes, are able to convey great emotions deriving from the sense of escape, freedom and adrenaline. Ducati, which entered this world in 2018, introduces the new Ducati TK-01RR e-enduro and significant technical updates on the All Mountain Ducati MIG-S.
The Ducati MIG-S is an All Mountain capable of exploring any trail, ensuring excellent handling for the rider. For 2021 it adopts a new 630Wh Shimano battery which guarantees an increase in autonomy of about 26%. The MIG-S has also been revised in the geometry of the frame, with an elongated top tube and a vertical seat tube (74.7°), thus obtaining greater riding comfort, traction and control in the more technical passages.
The Ducati TK-01RR is completely new: an e-enduro with 630Wh Shimano battery that adopts the most modern technical solutions, with the aim of making every riding phase exciting and allowing the rider to experience off-road at its maximum expression, even on the most inaccessible routes. The new Shimano EP8 motor is pure performance, with a weight of 5.7 lbs. (2.6 kg) which makes it one of the lightest and most compact engines in the segment and a maximum torque of 85Nm with a maximum servo assistance ratio of 400%. Combined with the new Shimano E-tube Project App, the EP8 system allows advanced degrees of customization to adapt the character of the engine to your needs.
Everything in the TK-01RR is geared towards the most extreme e-enduro use, from the geometries to the high-end components such as the 12-speed transmission and Shimano XT brakes, the brand new 180 mm Öhlins RXF 38 fork and the Öhlins TTX shock absorber with 170 mm rear travel, fully adjustable. The TK-01RR is equipped with Pirelli Scorpion S tyres, developed specifically for e-MTBs.
The 2020 Ducati MIG-S will be priced at an MSRP of $5,295 for the United States, with first deliveries beginning in December of 2020. The 2021 Ducati MIG-S will be priced at an MSRP of $5,495 for the United States, with first deliveries beginning in April of 2021. The TK-01RR for the United States will have a starting MSRP of $7,995, with limited deliveries starting in February of 2021. Additionally, the Ducati E-Scrambler trekking E-Bike will be coming to the United States with first deliveries starting in December of 2020, at an entry-level MSRP of $3,995. The E-Bicycles will be distributed in the US through a select group of pilot dealers to be announced in December 2020.
Ducati MIG S
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