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From Hypercars To Hyperbikes, McLaren Launches Debut Electric Mountain Bike Range

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From Hypercars To Hyperbikes, McLaren Launches Debut Electric Mountain Bike Range

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The sportscar maker is set to revolutionise the electric mountain bike game entirely

Renowned for revolutionising the supercar industry with models like the McLaren P1, McLaren Automotive is now entering the electric hyperbike market with its debut range of e-bikes. Inspired by its award-winning supercars, McLaren’s limited-edition four-bike series integrates high-performance design and cutting-edge technology into the electric two-wheeled realm.McLaren

Superior Design

Designed by the same team behind the McLaren Artura hybrid supercar, these e-bikes incorporate signature McLaren features such as carbon-fibre construction and advanced electrification, ensuring a high-performance experience. The powerful motors provide a high power-to-weight ratio, a key attribute in McLaren’s engineering philosophy.

Moreover, the bikes boast impressive torque, setting a new standard in the premium e-bike segment. To further align with its supercar heritage, McLaren has developed an innovative digital display for the e-bikes, mirroring the graphics used in their cars’ driver displays. E Bike

More Options To Choose From

This full-colour integrated LCD panel on the handlebars shows telemetry information including speed, battery life, and range, enhancing rider engagement and usability. The range includes four distinct models: Extreme 600, Extreme 250, Sport 600, and Sport 250, each designed for different terrains, from city streets to mountain trails.

Meanwhile, the flagship Extreme 600 models aim to be the world’s most powerful street-legal electric mountain bikes, with a Race mode delivering up to 852W of peak power and a top speed of 20 mph (32 kph). Limited to two versions, the electric mountain bikes include a 29-inch hardtail and a full-suspension model with a 29-inch front wheel, 27.5-inch rear wheel, 145mm of rear travel, and 160mm of fork travel. McLaren

Superior Tires

The Extreme 600W and Extreme 250W models feature SRAM wireless XX Eagle Transmission 12-speed drivetrain, while the Sport 600W and Sport 250W come with mechanical SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain. Both the Sport and Extreme models are equipped with Pirelli tires and offer five selectable power modes via the digital display: Off, Eco, Trail, Sport, and Race. McLaren

The Sport model is versatile for various terrains, while the Extreme model is tailored for maximum off-road performance. Availability is limited, with the 600W versions exclusive to the United States. Interested customers can visit www.mclarenbikes.com to secure their bike.

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