The Hybrid AL e is a superb all-rounder, a combination of the best features of an MTB and the speed and efficiency of a road bike it offers outstanding versatility. At the touch of a button are 3 levels of power assistance that are ready and willing to provide power to each pedal stroke when you need it the most. Whether for your weekend adventure, spontaneous evening ride or commute you have a bike that is comfortable, versatile and above all fun to ride.
MAHLE Ebikemotion X35+, 250W
Mavic Ksyrium S Disc
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Stunning in copper,
Straight forks/ integrated bars make the front end very light and direct.
Riding past the max 15mph of power this hub system suits perfectly as the bike rides as a normal bike with no assistance.
My first rides of 25 and 35mls confirm that I expect to far exceed the stated range simply by using the power only for the toughest gradients.
I'm 6'4" and wish I had chosen alternative fully adjustable bars but that's my fault.
The supplied lights are very basic and have been swapped. I think they knew that as they threw in a set of peddles but they didn't tell me so I had bought some better ones which I've fitted.
These are minor niggles though. Overall I have the best bike of my life!
Shropshire Hills here I come!
My new bike arrived after a rather long wait partly due to covid-19 and partly due to holdups of parts from abroad. I was delighted with the look of the bike, although on examination there were a couple of missing nuts that should have held the carrier firmly in position. Contact to Ribble meant these bits were soon despatched and the carrier made firm.
A very short test ride allowed me to see where I needed to position the gear lever and saddle, and once adjusted, I set off for my first real ride. It was only intended to be a 3 mile shake down ride on local tarmac roads to make sure all was working properly and that I understood how the power switch worked.
You can imagine my disappointment and frustration when I discovered I had a slow, but steady puncture in the rear wheel.
Returning home and inspecting the tyre and tube followed wthout an obvious culprti being found.
Once time allowed I removed the rear wheel and tube, inspecting the tyre once the leak hade been located could find nothing either on the inside or the outside that might have created a hole, but air was escaping from a small hole close to the tube's seam. Still no sign of what could have caused this, so wondering if a bit of grit or swarf might hve managed to get inside the tyre as it was fitted to the bike at the factory.
Hoping for a better ride next time.