Scott’s all-new stealthy lightweight trail ebike is pretty wild… with the lightest complete Scott Lumen eRIDE eMTB build in the realm of many regular ( but more affordable ) mountain bikes. The new Lumen is powered by the latest lightweight & ultra-quiet TQ motor, combining smooth pedal-assist that riders can tune to their liking and a compact internal battery that’s big enough for most rides, but still externally expandable for longer days on the (e)bike. 2023 Scott Lumen ultralight trail eMTB
It has an all-new name because it really is an all-new ebike platform, but you’d be excused for thinking this looks a lot like last year’s bold Scott Spark redesign . It is direct evolution of turning Scott’s “world’s fastest” XC & light trail bike into a versatile lightweight trail ebike with slightly more travel.
c. Scott, photos by Michal Červený
With the same integrated Bold-style shock tweaked to add 10mm of rear wheel travel and fit it all inside, Scott has managed to further integrate the small TQ HPR50 bottom bracket motor and a 360Wh battery, tucked almost completely out-of-view inside the carbon frame. What’s new?
The downtube is a slightly larger diameter and the seattube of the frame from the bottom bracket to the rocker link pivot is slightly bigger. The difference is apparently a 17% increase in the overall volume of the ebike frame. But the difference is so minimal, you likely couldn’t tell unless the two were sitting right next to each other. And outside of […]
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