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2018 Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO launched

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2018 Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO

Building on over a decade of full suspension frame design, the Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO 27.5+ is designed for up to 5 inches of terrain taming travel both front and rear.

Motobecane has introduced their first full suspension eBike, saying they believe more people riding bikes makes the world a better place and envision eBikes as an incredible opportunity to bring more people into cycling.

The Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO is a mid-fat, electric mid-drive plus bike with boost hub spacing and the HAL (highly active linkage) suspension system.

2018 Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO

Chainstays are optimized at a stubby 444mm, netting a playful feeling bike that climbs like a Billy goat.

Building on over a decade of full suspension frame design, the Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO 27.5+ is designed for up to 5 inches of terrain taming travel both front and rear. The HAL suspension system uses a chainstay mounted pivot for more supple suspension tracking and control even under hard braking.

Chainstays are optimized at a stubby 444mm, netting a playful feeling bike that climbs like a Billy goat. Spec highlights include a RockShox Pike fork and industry leading Shimano e8000 mid-drive motor with Shimano XT drivetrain and brakes.

For a limited time these bikes are available exclusively on Bikesdirect.com.

  • Full suspension MTB
  • HAL eBoost TEAM Shimano E8000 electric mid-drive
  • New highly active linkage suspension
  • Up to 5 inches of travel
  • Incredible climbing and control
  • WTB TCS tubeless compatible rims
  • Advanced hydro-form aluminum frames
  • CNC knuckle box
  • 140mm RockShox PIKE RCT3
  • Shimano XT hydraulic brakes
  • Front and rear thru axles
  • Dropper seatpost routing
  • Price: $3499.95 (List $7999)
  • 38cm – 5’5″ to 5’7″
  • 43cm – 5’8″ to 5’10″
  • 48cm – 5’11″ to 6’1″
  • 52cm – 6’2″ to 6’4″

2018 Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO

2018 Motobecane HAL eBoost PRO

For more info head over to www.bikesdirect.com.

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