The Voodoo Zobop E-Shimano is a £3k e-bike you can buy from an actual shop. Is Voodoo's new Zobop too good to be true? Here's our first ride review.
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Voodoo Bizango is the winning bike from 2018 and nothing has changed, not even the price, although it's supposed to be £670 but pricing seems pretty fluid.
The Voodoo Bantu might be right at the entry point of Voodoo's mountain bike range but it shapes up as anything but entry level in ride quality and spec.
Voodoo has three full suspension bikes. The Munster at £850, the Voodoo Canzo at £1,000 and the Zobop at £1,250. All three use the same 140mm alloy frame.
Voodoo Wazoo brings two firsts to the sub £500 category: first bike to sport 2.8in Plus tyres and to benefit from the extra stiffness of a bolt-thru fork.
The Zobop had us shredding descents every bit as fast as we would on bikes costing considerably more money
Need to know Entry-level full-susser with 27.5in wheels Air-sprung Suntour Epixon suspension with 140mm travel 27-speed transmission offers a wide spread of gears Available in three sizes, the smallest being…
Check out this review of the VooDoo Aizan 29er hardtail, the little brother of the award-winning Bizango
2013's Hardtail of the Year offered modern geometry and a great parts package