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The new 2018 sDuro FullSeven 8.0 offered with the mighty Yamaha PW-X system & 500Wh battery for maximum range.
Haibike have equipped the FullSeven 8.0 with a RockShox Deluxe RT rear shock. It takes the damping system from the original Monarch shock and built it into a new sized chassis.
Offering open and pedal mode the rider can select either depending on the terrain, you can conserve energy in pedal mode whilst still allowing compression in any scenario.
Ready to hit the downhill sections? No problem, simply open it up to allow the 120mm shock absorb the back end.
It's also air pressure adjustable spending on the riders weight and offers rebound damping via the Rapid Recovery system.
At the front Haibike have fitted the new Suntour AION fork.
Offered at an affordable price level with all the features of higher end forks. Tested and developed by Suntour to offer an eBike optimised ride with a Hydraulic lockout, 150mm of travel and of course allowing for the 27.5+ boost axle.
The stoppers on the 2018 sDuro FullSeven 8.0 are provided by Magura's MT4, lightweight, hydraulic disc brakes.
The new 2 finger lever offers good control whilst attacking the trails. The new Carbontecture construction brings the overall weight down while maintaining optimal braking performance.
Haibike have adopted their own factory wheel set onto the FullSeven 8.0 with boost hubs and 27+ rims. Built on Rodi alloy lightweight 35mm wide rims using DT Swiss spokes.
The Haibike sDuro FullSeven 7.0 grips the trail with 2.8" Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evo tyres. Offering snakeskin sidewall for added protection & dual compound rubber for maximum grip.
The 27.5+ tyres give a wider footprint, whilst running lower pressures to offer superb cushioning & all round trail comfort.
The Yamaha system allows a dual ring at the front, so the FullSeven 8.0 boasts a 2x10 Shimano gear setup for 2018.
This 20 speed system offers a wide mixed of ratios for the user both up and down hill. The new Shimano XT mech's are lighter weight and offer even crisper gear changes coupled with a Shimano front mech for full 20 speed gearing.
All the Shimano Shadow mech's offer a clutch system to reduce chain suck and keep an overall crisp feeling with less flex and bounce over the rougher bumps.
The new SunRace 10 speed casette at the rear is specially developed to give a 11-40t setup. This is more commonly seen with 11 speed systems. So when you combine a 2x10 setup with this wide range cassette - The range is whopping!
What more could you want? 27.5+ wheels, Yamaha PW-X power system, 20 speed Shimano XT setup and 120mm of trail travel.