Victoria E-Adventure 11.9 in review
The E-Adventure’s only problem is the Superdelite. The Victoria scores well everywhere. But compared to the Riese+Müller, like all other e-SUVs, it cannot keep up, for example in terms of range. gift. The E-Adventure drives very well.
suspension fork: Suntour, Mobie 34 AIR, 100 millimeters
Engine: Bosch Performance Line CX
Battery pack: Bosch Powertube, 625 watt hours
Circuit: Shimano Nexus, 5-speed hub gear, belt
Brakes: Shimano MT 420, 2-piston, 203/180 millimeters
Tires: Schwalbe, Johnny Watts, 60 millimeters, reflex
Weight: 29.7 kilograms
Maximum weight allowed: 140 kilograms
Price: 4,199 euros
Equipped with Shimano Nexus hub gears
The Nexus gears combined with the good Gates belt require little maintenance. Tires, grips, saddle, light – everything is great. Only the top tube seems a bit wide to us.
All in all a good and affordable bike.
Rating: Victoria E-Adventure 11.9
uphill stress test