- - Evari Set to Debut New 856 eBike

Evari Set to Debut New 856 eBike

The British mobility startup Evari is set to debut its new 856 eBike at the Eurobike show in Frankfurt, Germany later this month, treating urban cyclists to its striking monocoque carbon frame and premium lightweight electric drive system. 

The 856 first broke cover a year ago, featuring a monocoque carbon frame, total electronic integration and titanium components, as well as quick-release electric cables, lighting and a two-piece cockpit (developed and manufactured by Evari) that are completely integrated too. 

The 856 also boasts aerospace-grade titanium components on its Bosch Performance Line drive, while carbon fiber is used to construct the bike’s frame, stem, fork, rims, seatpost and handlebars.

Available in two options, the 856 comes in a single speed model, along with a variant that’s equipped with a Rohloff E14 speed hub with 14-gear auto shifting.

Weighing in at 39 pounds, both versions of the 856 have 62.6 lbs ft of torque and a top speed of 15.5 mph with electric assist, while its Bosch PowerTube 500 battery can provide a range of up to 43 miles on a single charge.

Also featured are 29-inch wheels shod with Vittoria Terreno tires, Magura MT4 hydraulic brakes, a Gates Carbon Drive and a Bosch Kiox display for showing key ride metrics.

Evari is currently taking orders for the 856, though there’s no word on pricing at this time.


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