Following up on its Acros gravel bike, Urwahn has introduced two new models called the Waldwiesel and the Waldwiesel.E, marking the world’s first 3D-printed gravel bikes.
“In designing the Waldwiesel we pushed metallurgical 3D printing to the limits of feasibility to create a balance of form, function, lightweight construction and materials,” boasts Urwahn.
Both models feature a steel 3D-printed frame, along with a Shimano 1x GRX 11-speed groupset, GRX 600 hydraulic disc brakes, DT Swiss rims and Urwahn’s own hubs and hollow core crankset, while the Waldwiesel.E is fitted with a 250w MAHLE ebikemotion rear wheel hub motor that provides 40Nm of torque and pedal assistance up to 25km/h.
In addition, there’s also an optional 208wh backup battery that can be added to the bottle cage, extending the bike’s range of travel from 80 to 140 kilometers.
According to Urwahn, the Waldwiesel tips the scales at an impressive 10.9kg, while the electric variant weighs in at an equally impressive 14.8kg.
Pricing for the Waldwiesel starts at €4.499,00, while the Waldwiesel.E begins at €5.499,00.
Urwahn says both models can be customized with “virtually no bounds”.
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