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Bulls E-Core EVO EN Di2 27.5

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$9699.00

$203.68 Monthly* (on approved credit)

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Bulls E-Core EVO EN Di2 27.5

The 2018 Bulls E-Core EVO EN Di2 27.5 full suspension electric mountain bike packs more performance components and cutting edge technology than it has letters to its name. With a ridiculously awesome 7 inches of travel in both the front and rear suspension, there isn’t much this E-MTB can’t handle short of jumping over canyons.

Brand New Shimano Steps E8000 Motor

The 2018 Bulls E-Core EVO EN Di2 is fitted with the smooth power delivery of the awesome 250W Shimano Steps E8000 mid-drive motor. What distinguishes this from its competitors is it’s ability to ramp it’s assistance up gradually, affording you far more control when navigating technical descents. It also rewards riders seeking a vigorous cadence as it’s optimal output is on the higher end of your RPM. It’s hard to believe one of the smallest motors — 2.8kg — on the market is still pumping out a mountain crunching 70Nm of torque; basically rendering any trail a breeze.

A revised tube design was engineered to allow two of the Twin Core 36V – 375Wh batteries to be discreetly integrated into the frame; providing nearly 200km (125miles) of autonomy, and a tighter center of gravity for greater maneuverability. If you opt out of upgrading to the dual battery set-up, you can always use the vacant space as storage for tools and spare tubes.

Bulls Ebike Quality – Shimano Performance

The E-Core EVO cuts no corner in this landslide of performance components. Between the 180mm Rock Shox Lyrik fork up front, and the 180mm Fox Float 2x Air in the back, this mountain goat of an electric bike transcends the limits of its analog cousins and allow you to explore beyond what you thought was possible. The Schwalbe Magic Mary SnakeSkin tires sport 2.6 inches of grippy traction, while also absorbing any stray road energy that may have made it past all that suspension. The Shimano Saint hydraulic disc brakes were specifically engineered for alpine adventures, and the massive 203mm rotors are something you’d find adequate on a dirt bike. The jewel in this tour of premium components is the Shimano Deore XT Di2 electronic shifting system. It’s super durable and accurate performance has no equal when considering the smoothest operation available on an E-MTB. And to wrap this journey over a mountain of premium tech, you’ll descend comfortably with the super smooth and responsive KS Lev-Integra dropper post to maintain optimal control over your Bulls E-Core EVO EN Di2 27.5 at all times.

For any other questions about the bike, or if you’d like to schedule a test drive, give us a call or an e-mail and our staff will be more than happy to answer any inquiries regarding the Bulls E-Core EVO EN Di2 27.5

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Specs

Frame : 7005 Aluminium
Frame Sizes : 44cm / 49cm / 54cm
Fork : Rock Shox Lyrik RC Boost Debonair, 180mm
Shock : Fox Float X2 Air 180mm
Motor : Shimano Steps E8000 250W
Battery : Twin Core 36V / 10.4Ah / 375Wh (expandable to 750Wh)
Battery Lock : Coded Keys
Pedal Assist : Eco / Tour / Sport
Top Speed : 32 km/h – (20 mph)
Distance : Up to 200km (125 miles) With Dual Battery Set-Up
Readouts : Speed / Assist / Battery / Distance / Time / Trip
Brakes : Shimano Saint BR-M820, hydraulic disc brakes, 203/203mm
Crankset : Shimano Steps FC-E8050 Hollowtech

Chain : KMC X11E
Rear Derailleur : Shimano Deore XT Di2, Shadow Plus, 11-speed
Shifter : Shimano Deore XT Di2 SW-M8050
Cassette : Shimano Deore XT CS-M8000-11, 11-46T
Hubs & Rims :DT Swiss / DT Swiss HX-1501 Spline One
Stem : BULLS
Handlebar : BULLS
Tires : Schwalbe Magic Mary SnakeSkin / 65-584 / 27.5×2.60”
Saddle : Selle Royal Verve
Seatpost : KS Lev-Integra Dropper Post
Pedals : Wellgo
Color : White and Black
Weight : ~50.5 lbs

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