Ghost Lector SX5.7+ (2019) E-Bike Electric Mountain Bikesfrom Ghost
Price at Wiggle Online Cycle Shop: £2689.99
The lightning-quick power assistance that the Shimano E-Bike motor provides isn’t the only plus point with this highly versatile ride. It’s built around a carbon fibre frame and fork, which keeps the overall weight down and ensures precise steering control and handling. In addition to this, the Lector SX5.7+ features a unique wheel and tyre setup, with a 29er wheel up front and a 27.5” wheel at the rear with a 2.8” wide tyre. This design provides you with excellent stability up front and enhanced grip at the back end as you’re pushing yourself to the limit. Carbon Fibre E-Bike with Shimano E-Bike Motor and Components A high-quality frame and wheelset need to be backed up with tough and reliable components. So, to ensure slick shifting, powerful braking and consistent performance, Ghost chose Shimano SLX 1x11 gearing, SLX disc brakes and finished it off with a Ground Fiftyone finishing kit. Technologies FEM-Optimized: Every last detail of Ghost's FEM-optimized frames has been improved using complex calculations. This results in simple solutions that are much more complex than they appear. Shimano Steps 8000 Drive: Shimano's Steps 8000 motor stands out due to its excellent performance and broad power delivery with low motor noise. Its unobtrusive look means that it almost disappears into the frame. Integrated Battery: Ghost has integrated the battery aesthetically in the pedelec downtube. This makes for a clean, streamlined appearance. B+ Ready: All the B+ ready wheels are a treat: you get 2 bikes for the price of one! Either you use 27.5"+ wheels for wide tires to make the most of the grip and safety aspect; or you use 29" wheels to tear along any trail at lightning speed. Internally Routed Cables: Keeping it clean with super protection. Greater protection and a cleaner look are the main arguments for internally routed cables and wires. Having long since been standard for racing bikes, internal routing has now been adopted by the MTB sector.