49.5 lbs (22.45 kg)
5.2 lbs (2.35 kg)
8.8 lbs (3.99 kg)
Frame Sizes:18.11 in (45.99 cm)20.07 in (50.97 cm)22.04 in (55.98 cm)
Matte Black with Gloss White and Blue Accents
Frame Fork Details:
Rock Shox Reba RL 27.5 Solo Air, 120 mm OneLoc Remote Lockout, 15 mm Thru Axle, Quick Release
Frame Rear Details:
RockShox Monarch RT Suspension, 120 mm Travel with Lockout and Rebound Adjust, 12 mm Axle, Quick Release
Speed 1x11 Shimano Deore XT, 11-40
Shimano XT Triggers on Right
FSA Cranks, 15T Chainring with Narrow Wide Teeth
Wellgo Alloy Platform, Cage STyle
Tapered 1 1/8"
6061 STEM 3.OS, 7° Rise (90 mm, 100 mm, 110 mm)
Low Rise, 720 mm, 25 mm Rise, 9° Bend
Shimano M615 Hydraulic Disc with 180 mm Ice-Tech Rotors
Topeak Ergon GP2 Locking, Flat
Seat Post Length:
Seat Post Diameter:
Stainless Steel, 14 Gauge, Black
Schwalbe Rocket Ron, 27.5" x 2.25"
Wheel Sizes:27.5 in (69.85cm)
Evolution Liteskin, Tubeless Ready
NW Chain Tensioner
Aluminum Skid Plate
bob armani6 years ago
Court-This is an awesome bike that I would consider buying for city/bike trail use. The battery is so powerful, but yet pretty light considering the size of the cells. The fluid response sounds better than some of the Bosch mid-drives. I understand that the Brose motor has a belt instead of gears meshed together. I also spoke to Barney at Bulls on the phone and he indicated that the frame sizes are available in 41cm which would fit me perfect. This is a candidate bike for me! Thanks for your awesome reviews.Reply
Court Rye6 years ago
For sure! Glad you enjoyed the review Bob… I like the Brose motor a lot, while I believe there are still some gears inside to change from high RPM to lower high-torque use, I think there’s a belt connector somewhere in there to reduce vibration and possibly keep it quieter. So far, having used the Specialized Turbo quite a bit (which I purchased earlier this year to get a more thorough feel for Brose) it has been great.Reply
Bob Armani6 years ago
I was referring to Bulls Estream EVO 27.5. (FYI-The post comment button is not active). but yeah I was also looking at the specialized turbo as my 2nd choice due to the frame sizes and the very handy throttle control. My dealer indicated that the bike may be discontinued in mid 2017 according to the specialized rep. Does your bike have walk assist, or has it been deactivated? That is so lame that the US has to interfere with those small details due to liability issues. Great job Court! I dream about having a job like yours! Been into bikes my entire life!
BTW-The Cycleboard people are up and running. Hope to see you on that awesome looking vehicle as well!