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Vitus E-Escarpe VRX

The Vitus E-Escarpe electric mountain bike doesn't get a hidden battery or carbon frame, but it delivers an addictive ride at an impressive price.

£4,999.00
Score 9

whyte e-160

Building on the success of the E-150, Whyte have launched new Whyte E-160, and it's even more capable. Bosch Gen 4 motor and Fox 38 fork lead the charge.

£5,750.00
norco sight vlt

The Norco Sight VLT C2 27.5 is the power-assisted version of Norco's award-winning trail bike. Here's the final verdict on our long term test bike.

£5,900.00
Score 8

yt decoy pro 29

The YT Decoy Pro 29 sports a full carbon frame. That means it looks sleek as hell, with loads of great touches that make the bike really sing.

£4,999.00
kinesis rise

The Kinesis Rise SL is something different. It's an e-bike that looks and rides like a cutting edge hardtail. Sounds intriguing...

£3,200.00

The redesigned Canyon Spectral:ON e-bike has 150mm travel front and rear; mismatched wheels (29in front, 27.5in rear); 203mm rotors and four-piston calipers; clever kick-tail saddle. >>> Best electric mountain bikes…

£6,499.00
vitus e-sommet

Using Shimano’s smooth STEPS motor and 2.5in tyres, the Vitus E-Sommet VR delivers the same great value as the original, non-motorised version.

£3,599.99
Score 10

Whyte E-150

The big-hitting British marque takes its first pedal-assiste foray into the enduro e-bike arena. First ride review of the new Whyte E-150 RS e-MTB.

£5,250.00
YT Decoy CF Pro Race

YT designed the YT Decoy CF to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing, to look like a conventional bike by disguising battery in the down tube. Hence the name Decoy.…

£5,999.00