Patrol E-FIVE S-SPEC 2022
Patrol E-FIVE S-SPEC 2022
The all-new Patrol E-Five is our first ever trail eMTB. Built around a custom developed carbon fibre frameset with modern trail-ready geometry. The E-Five is for riders who enjoy riding uphill as much as they do riding back down again.
Our new carbon construction combines a complete Shimano EP8 motor, battery and control system, with a sleek chassis providing 130mm of rear-wheel travel matched with 150mm travel upfront. To ensure an agile riding character our engineers have located the 630Wh Shimano BT8035 battery in a low position to ensure a balanced centre of gravity for fast direction changes. The powerful Shimano EP8 motor provides 85nm of torque, is fully customisable via the Shimano E-Tube application, and has the option to switch between riding profiles on the trail.
Designed for combating the steepest and deepest of trails
Here at Patrol Mountain we have long understood and enjoyed the thrill of electric mountain biking. For the past few years, we have offered our rugged and dependable Patrol E-Six E-Enduro bike and our versatile Patrol E-Zero hardtail, but for 2022 our eMTB family is growing.
|Drive Unit (Motor)||Shimano Steps EP8|
|Battery||SHIMANO BT-E8036, 630Wh|
|Rims||29" Sun Ringle Duroc SD37 MTB Rim|
|Rear Hub||SHIMANO SLX hubs|
|Rear Tire||VEE Tire Co. Attack HPL, 29×2.50|
|Front Tire||VEE Tire Co. Attack HPL, 29×2.50|
|Front Hub||SHIMANO SLX hubs|
|Frame||PATROL Carbon Electric Trail, 12x148mm, 130mm Travel|
|Chainrings||SHIMANO SM-CRE80-12-B, 34t|
|Shift Levers||SHIMANO Deore XT M8100-R Shift Lever|
|Crankset||SHIMANO FC-M8150, SM-CRE80-12-SB, 34t|
|Rear Derailleur||SHIMANO Deore XT M8100, 12s|
|Cassette||Shimano SLX M7, 12s, 12-51t|
|Seatpost||FOX Transfer Factory, 125mm|
|Stem||Forged alloy, 4-bolt, 5mm rise, 40mm|
|Rear Brake||SHIMANO Deore XT BR-M8120|
|Front Brake||SHIMANO Deore XT BR-M8120|
|Fork||FOX 36 E Factory, 150mm Travel|
|Rear Shock||FOX Float X Factory|
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Shimano DU-EP80 Drive Unit
Take on steep climbs and tough trails in full confidence with 85Nm increased maximum torque. EP8 delivers smooth, direct power to ensure you're always in complete control while experiencing a natural ride feeling.
- Lightweight for better handling (2.6 kg)
- Quieter to enjoy the trails without distraction
- Sleek integration and appearance for improved aesthetics
- More ground clearance for technical trails
- Refined Trail mode
- Responsive, especially noticeable when riding above 25km/h
- Extensive customizable assistance
- Durable and weather resistant for riding in all conditions
- Improved heat management
- Support when pushing your bike and walking. Riders can hop off and walk their bikes without needing to shift: 4km/h in any gear
|1 Head Tube Angle||65°||65°||65°||65°|
|2 Head Tube Length||105mm||105mm||110mm||115mm|
|3 Top Tube Horizontal||574mm||605mm||629mm||647mm|
|7 Seat Tube Length||390mm||410mm||450mm||492mm|
|8 Seat Angle||76.9°||76.9°||76.9°||76.9°|
|9 Bottom Bracket Height||345mm||345mm||345mm||345mm|
|10 Bottom Bracket Drop||-30mm||-30mm||-30mm||-30mm|
|11 Chainstay Length||465mm||465mm||465mm||465mm|
|Small||162cm - 175cm||5'4ft - 5'9ft|
|Medium||172cm - 185cm||5'8ft - 6'1ft|
|Large||182cm - 195cm||5'12ft - 6'5ft|
|X-Large||192cm - 205cm||6'4ft - 6'9ft|
Everybody is different, so the values in our tables are only guideline values. For example, women and men differ greatly in their body proportions. The frame sizes are the same for men's bicycles and women's bicycles. However, what clearly differs is the frame geometry. In some cases the top tube is shorter for women's bikes, in simpler terms: the distance from the saddle to the handlebar is shorter to better suit the female physiology.
Additionally, regardless of your gender, different people may have different length arms, legs, reach etc. which can skew the ideal frame size. It’s also worth noting that the size of the wheels can play a role, particularly in Mountain Bikes. The bigger the wheels (29er for instance) the taller the bike is.
Between Two Bike Sizes?
If you fall between two sizes, no need to worry! Many bikes have an adjustable stem, so you can change the angle of the handlebars until the bike fits comfortably. And last but not least, the frame size can influence the handling characteristics, so if you’re after a nimble handling frame you can choose the smaller size or if you’re after additional stability, a larger frame may be best for you. Our rule of thumb: The more time you plan on spending on your bike, the more attention you should pay to the size and fit of your bike. A professional bike fit will go a long way to ensuring you’re both comfortable and efficient on the bike and is highly recommended to keep you and your bike performing at their optimum!