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ROCKRIDER E-ST 500 V3, Decathlon mid-engined e-bike

In home decathlon the catalog is always richer, the electric bicycle model Rockrider E-ST 500 V3 was designed to satisfy brand lovers who wanted a mid-engined e-bike.

In particular, Rockrider is one of Decathlon’s lucky brands of e-bikes and more, together with BTwin, ELOPS e Styles.

Among the e-mtb certainly Rockrider E-ST 500 V3 is able to offer good performance at a decidedly low cost price compared to other models from other manufacturers, especially the electric bicycles distributed by Decathlon are now a good compromise between performance and costs. In particular, we remember the sisters of the aforementioned Rockrider E-ST 100 model from € 1,099.99, Rockrider E-ST 900 from € 2,099.99 and Rockrider E-ST 520 from € 1,799.99.

Rockrider E-ST 500 is equipped with a German engine Brose Cby the control unit set to guarantee a maximum torque limited to 58 Nm. The battery is from 420 Wh, while there are three levels of pedal assistance that can be set via the Ergo 500 display: ECO, Standard and Boost. The frame is 6061 aluminum alloy, weighs 22.2 kg on the scale, the wheels are 7.5 inches and the fork has 120mm travel.

The cost is 1,699.99 euros, in case of online purchase it is possible to collect it assembled at the point of sale or if you want to have the e-bike delivered to your home you must include the costs: 14.99 euros for roadside delivery or 29.99 euros by appointment and delivery to the floor. Of course, then, the assembly is do-it-yourself.

ROCKRIDER E-ST 500 V3, here is the new Decathlon mid-engined e-bike

Rockrider E-ST 500 V3 is available in four sizes

S – for people between 150 and 164 cm tall,
M – for people between 165 and 174 cm tall,
L – for people between 175 and 184 cm tall,

XL – for other people between 185 and 200 cm.

The technical sheet

Frame: 6061 aluminum with 27.5 inch wheels

Motor: Brose C, 250 W, maximum torque 58 Nm

Battery: 420 Wh Samsung or LG

Display: Ergo 500 with three pedal assistance modes (ECO, Standard, BOOST)

Forcella: SR Suntour XCM 120 mm

Gearbox: 8-speed Acolyte microShift

Crankset: 34t chainring, 175mm cranks

Sprocket set: microShift 12-42t

Brakes: Tektro M276 with 160 mm discs

Wheels: With aluminum rim and TLR

Tires: Hutchinson Gila 27.5 × 2.35 ” or Kraken 27.5 × 3.0 ” or Michelin Force 27.5 × 2.25 ”

Handlebar: Rockrider Sport, length 720 mm

Sella: Rockrider Core Comfort

Pedals: Rockrider 520 Grip

Color: Black, Burgundy

Price: 1,699.99 euros

Website where to buy it (direct link): www.decathlon.it

Published by
John Vassallo

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