Spanish carbon mountain bike manufacturer, Unno, has released its first eMTB; the Boös. Sporting 160mm of rear wheel travel delivered by its virtual pivot point suspension platform, the Boös rocks a Bosch CX Gen 4 motor with a 750Wh battery housed inside the downtube. The complete eBike will set you back €9,995; it will eventually be available in three sizes, but only one of those is available at launch. Unno Boös eMTB
The Unno Boös rolls up on a mixed-wheel platform; 29″ up front and 27.5″ in the rear
The Unno Boös is more than a little intriguing. The fact that it is an Unno is enough to make us look twice; this eMTB follows in the footsteps of some of the more interesting bikes we’ve covered on Bikerumor, including the Unno Dash 130mm travel 29er , the sub 800g Unno Aora hardtail , and the Unno Ever DH Bike , all of which were dreamed up and realized by former World Cup DH racer, Cesar Rojo.
Tire clearance on the Unno Boos looks to be maxed out with a 27.5″ x 2.4″ Maxxis Minion DHRII, particularly at the seat stay bridge
This eMTB runs a VPP linkage design, new to Unno who have previously made use of dual-link suspension platforms across their range of shorter travel mountain bikes. Like we see on the Ever DH Bike, however, its Fox X2 shock sits within a tunnel created by the seat tube, just above the Bosch motor. That works to keep weight distributed […]