Everyday and Fitness
- From €1399
- Supports your lifestyle
- The fast and stress-free way to get from A to B
- 100 mm suspension fork
- 27" and 29" wheels
- More fun for recreational riders
Touring and Sport
- From €2699
- Encourages you to escape from your everyday life
- For adventures off the beaten track
- 100mm suspension fork and 29" wheels (size S and XS also 27.5")
- Option to mount carrier, mudguards, light and stand
- The battery capacity of the Bosch drive can be increased to 1125 Wh thanks to an additional battery
- From €3299
- Extends the home trails
- Now with 756 Wh
- 120 mm suspension fork
- 27+ and 29" wheels/tyres
- Range can be doubled thanks to an additional external battery
- From €5199
- Breaks records
- The first E-racing bike
- 100 mm suspension fork and 29" wheels
- holds the track record for the classic transalp route
- Extremely lightweight E-MTB that offers a great ride even without battery assistance
- From €3199
- Riding together from the outset
- E-hardtail for young riders
- 80 mm suspension fork
- 26" wheels and disc brakes
- For rider height 125 to 160 cm
A full-suspension E-mountain bike or a hardtail? Not such an easy choice, is it? That’s where you’re wrong! FOCUS helps you decide which full-suspension mountain bike is the right one for you.
When should you opt for a full-suspension mountain bike?
A full-suspension mountain bike gives you greater safety and comfort if you’re taking on demanding Alpine descents or lots of technical home trails. A full-suspension mountain bike not only relieves the strain on your body, but also offers greater traction and reserves on your mountain bike adventures. How, you might ask? Well, due to its suspension, a full-suspension mountain bike’s rear wheel has better contact with the ground. The suspension compensates for any obstacles.
In short: you will really start to feel the benefits of a full-suspension mountain bike when you ride over rough and rugged terrain.
Full-suspension mountain bikes have different suspension travels. As a rule, the following applies: the more suspension travel, the rougher the terrain you can take on. 140-150 mm is the classic suspension travel of an all-mountain bike for Alpine tours and 160-170 mm suspension for endurance mountain bikes.