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Patrol E-SIX 2022

Patrol E-SIX 2022

Regular price $10,499.00 AUD
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You’ve been at work all day, the night is setting in but you really want to go for a ride. If you take your mechanical bike you might get one short loop in, but if you take the Patrol E-Six you could get 3 in and still have time to enjoy the sunset. It’s a no-brainer really!

The Patrol E-Six e-MTB is your personal uplift service. Take it to the bike park, ride it at the trail center, or explore challenging natural terrain and go to places you might never have before seen. E-MTB's aren’t for the lazy, they’re for true mountain bikers who want to ride more, climb higher and go further than ever before, riders just like you.

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Designed for combating the steepest and deepest of trails

The Patrol E-Six utilities the all-new Shimano EP8 power plant with 85Nm of torque and new customization setting via the updated Shimano E Tube application. Tune your E-Six to offer more range, more performance, or create custom profiles to suit your next adventure.


Specifications

E-Bike
Drive Unit (Motor) Shimano Steps EP8
Battery SMP, 640Wh
Charger -
Wheels
Rims 29" Sun Ringle Duroc SD37 MTB Rim
Rear Hub SHIMANO
Inner Tubes -
Spokes -
Rear Tire MAXXIS DHR II 29×2.60
Front Tire MAXXIS Minion DHF 29×2.60
Front Hub SHIMANO
Frameset
Frame PATROL E-SIX alloy, 12×148 mm, 150mm travel
Drivetrain
Chainrings Shimano SM-CRE80-12-B, 34t
Shift Levers Shimano SLX SL-M7100 Shift Lever
Crankset Shimano FC-E8000
Chain -
Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX M7100
Bottom Braket -
Cassette Shimano SLXM7100, 12s, 10-51t
Cockpit
Seatpost SDG Tellis, 31.6mm, 125mm (S), 150mm (M/L/XL)
Saddle -
Stem Forged alloy, 4-bolt, 5mm rise, 40mm
Handlebars -
Grips -
Brakes
Rear Brake Shimano MT420 4-Piston hydraulic disc brakeset, 180mm
Front Brake Shimano MT420 4-Piston hydraulic disc brakeset, 200mm
Suspension
Fork FOX 38 E, 160mm travel
Rear Shock FOX Float DPX2, 3-pos, 7.875×2.25

 

* 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

 

Geometry

  Small Medium Large X-Large
1 Head Tube Angle 65° 65° 65° 65°
2 Head Tube Length 105mm 110mm 115mm 125mm
3 Top Tube Horizontal 566mm 587mm 609mm 627mm
4 Reach 435mm 455mm 475mm 490mm
5 Standover 716mm 719mm 722mm 724mm
6 Stack 609mm 614mm 614mm 627mm
7 Seat Tube Length 400mm 420mm 455mm 470mm
8 Seat Angle 76° 76° 76° 76°
9 Bottom Bracket Height 349mm 349mm 349mm 349mm
10 Bottom Bracket Drop -27mm -27mm -27mm -27mm
11 Chainstay Length 445mm 445mm 445mm 445mm
12 Wheelbase 1199mm 1221mm 1244mm 1263mm

Sizes

  CM INCHES
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


Disclaimers

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!