Easy Motion Xenion Jumper 27.5 Review

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Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Mid Drive Motor
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Samsung Battery 396 Wh
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Display Panel Dual Lock Out
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Drive Unit Chain Ring With Guide
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Fox Air Fork 120 Travel
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Prologo Performance Saddle
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Rear Disc 160 Mm
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Shimano Drivetrain
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Electric Bike Review
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Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Mid Drive Motor
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Samsung Battery 396 Wh
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Display Panel Dual Lock Out
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Drive Unit Chain Ring With Guide
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Fox Air Fork 120 Travel
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Prologo Performance Saddle
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Rear Disc 160 Mm
Easy Motion Bosch Jumper 27 5 Shimano Drivetrain


  • A full suspension mid-drive powered electric bike with excellent weight distribution, premium suspension from Fox with dual lock out and a two year warranty
  • Quick release on both wheels, removable battery and display, 10 speed Shimano Deore XT drivetrain
  • Only available in one size and color, basic grips, limited seat tube length (might have to buy a shorter seat post)

Video Review



Easy Motion


Xenion Jumper 27.5


$5,199 USD

Body Position:


Suggested Use:

Trail, Mountain

Electric Bike Class:

Pedal Assist (Class 1)
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2 Year Comprehensive, Optional 5 Year Upgrade When Registered (Does Not Include Battery)


United States, Canada

Model Year:


Bicycle Details

Total Weight:

47 lbs (21.31 kg)

Battery Weight:

5.5 lbs (2.49 kg)

Motor Weight:

8.8 lbs (3.99 kg)

Frame Material:

Aluminum Alloy

Frame Sizes:

17.5 in (44.45 cm)

Geometry Measurements:

(Top Tube Horizontal 694 mm, Head Tube Length 115 mm, Seat Tube Center to Top 595 mm, Chain Stay 470 mm, Wheelbase 1162 mm)

Frame Types:


Frame Colors:

Black with Red Accents

Frame Fork Details:

Fox 120 CTD 15 mm with Remote Lockout

Frame Rear Details:

Fox Floate 120 with Remote Lockout

Gearing Details:

10 Speed 1x10 Shimano Deore XT, 11-36T

Shifter Details:

Shimano Deore Triggers on Right Bar


18 Tooth Crankset


Aluminum Alloy Platform




Aluminum Alloy, Emotion S, No-Rise

Brake Details:

Shimano Hydraulic Disc with 180 mm Front Rotor and 160 mm Rear Rotors, Shimano 506 Levers


Rubber, Flat


Prologo Kappa

Seat Post:

Aluminum Alloy, Emotion S

Seat Post Diameter:

31.6 mm


Aluminum Alloy, Emotion S


Stainless Steel

Tire Brand:

Michelin Wild Race

Wheel Sizes:

27.5 in (69.85cm)


Flick Bell


Model EB665, Locking Removable Battery Pack, Quick Release Front and Rear Wheels

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

Bosch Gen 2 with Shift Detection

Motor Type:

Mid-Mounted Geared Motor
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Motor Nominal Output:

350 watts

Motor Peak Output:

550 watts

Motor Torque:

60 Newton meters

Battery Brand:


Battery Voltage:

36 volts

Battery Amp Hours:

11 ah

Battery Watt Hours:

396 wh

Battery Chemistry:


Charge Time:

3.5 hours

Estimated Min Range:

35 miles (56 km)

Estimated Max Range:

65 miles (105 km)

Display Type:

Bosch Intuvia, Removable Backlit Grayscale LCD


Speed, Battery Voltage, Odometer, Estimated Range, Clock, Max Speed, Average Speed, Trip Time, 4 Assist Levels

Display Accessories:

Independent Button Pad with Tactile Button Feedback

Drive Mode:

Advanced Pedal Assist (Combined Torque, Cadence and Speed Measured 1,000 Times Per Second), (Eco 50%, Tour 120%, Sport 190%, Turbo 275%)

Top Speed:

20 mph (32 kph)

Written Review

The Easy Motion Xenion Jumper 27.5 is a Bosch-powered full suspension mountain bike with 27.5 inch tires. Got it! It’s one of my favorite models in the 2015 Easy Motion lineup from BH because it’s a blast to ride, extremely well balanced and outfitted with high quality components (including Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and Shimano Deore XT derailleur with 10 speed cassette). The black and red color scheme looks great and blends in with the stock gray/black motor battery combo from Bosch and while it isn’t quite as integrated as the Easy Motion EVO Jumper 27.5″ battery pack, it still blends in quite well. When you compare these two models on paper it seems like the only difference is motor placement. Both offer 350 watts and a 36 volt ~11 amp hour pack but in practice there’s a huge difference in performance. The Bosch Jumper is more powerful for climbing and efficient in long range applications because the motor actually benefits from the gear you’re riding with. On the flip side, this model lacks a twist throttle so you always have to pedal to get the motor to activate but because it’s a mid-drive both wheels offer quick release and the rear suspension performs much faster because there’s less unsprung weight (no hub motor). There are several full suspension Bosch powered electric bikes on the market now including the Felt DUALe and the Haibike Fullseven but the Bosch Jumper is the least expensive. You trade frame size options (there are several from Felt and Bosch) and you also miss out on locking grips, larger brake rotors and a special “sprocket equalizing system” from Haibike that raises the chain and reduces kickback. I often find myself choosing bikes based on dealer availability and support these days and the two year warranty from Easy Motion offers a lot of value in that sense.

Driving the bike is an efficient 350 watt geared mid-drive motor. The frame is custom built to interface with this motor which completely replaces the bottom bracket. You can see in the pictures that there’s a dark gray plastic casing with a red rubber skid plate for added protection on the trail (something unique in the world of Bosch right now). It looks good, protects the actual drive systems inside and ultimately keeps weight low and center on the frame which improves balance. On the right side of the case you’ve got a smaller 18 tooth chainring with a nice aluminum guide to keep the chain on track. This smaller size allows the motor to operate at a more efficient RPM and start and stop more quickly as shown in the video review above. It’s an impressive system but there are limitations… you’ve only got this one cog at the front instead of multiple gears and that limits your cadence increment options. Thankfully, the rear portion of the drivetrain offers ten rings and a premium Shimano Deore XT derailleur. As you pedal one stroke the smaller front ring rotates about 2.5x and the combined force is transferred directly into the chain. As you switch gears, this system is smart enough to ease off to avoid grinding and mashing. It’s a sweet setup and relatively quiet considering how fast and powerful it rides. The controller measures your bicycle speed, pedal speed and pedal torque to determine when to activate the motor and it does this ~1,000x per second.

Most of the wires are run through the frame and concealed well on the Bosch Jumper but the battery stands out because it’s mounted above the downtube. This is the case for all second generation Bosch systems and it keeps weight low and center while reducing costs and making replacement simple. I feel like the battery is well protected by the frame and I like the little decals that help it blend in. Inside are 18650 Samsung cells with Lithium-ion chemistry chosen for durability and power transfer properties. It offers 36 volts of power and 11 amp hours of capacity which is actually less than the EVO Jumper… but it will still take you further if you use your gears properly. The pack can be charged on or off the frame and has a nice loop at the top for easy carrying. There’s also an LED power level indicator built into the left side and this is useful if you’re storing it inside and maybe haven’t gone out for a ride in a while. Keep this thing in a cool dry location (not in the freezing or boiling garage) and top it off every few months to maintain 20% to 80% fill in order to help it last. Replacements aren’t cheap at $800+ but they truly will last 1,500+ cycles if you care for them.

Operating the Easy Motion Bosch Jumper is very intuitive. Once the pack is charged, mounted and locked to the frame you just press the power button at the lower left corner of the Intuvia display panel. It comes to life very quickly and shows your battery level, speed, assist level and several other sub menus like odometer, trip distance, max speed and range. Range is actually really cool, it dynamically estimates how far you can go with the remaining battery charge based on the level of assist you’re in. For me it was estimating anywhere from 30 to 60 miles but I’d step that down slightly given the efficiency lost to knobby tires and suspension bob. Choosing assist levels is very easy thanks to a small plastic break out box mounted near the left grip. It’s not quite as easy to reach as some other Bosch powered bikes I’ve ridden due to the double suspension lockout but it’s still reasonable. As you click up or down there’s a tactile click letting you know what’s going on even if you’re not looking at the LCD. It all looks great, feels solid and offers an intuitive way to manage your ride. Back to the LCD unit… this thing swivels to help reduce glare, is removable to reduce wear and vandalism and even has a micro USB port at the top right side for charging portable electronics. Hard to beat that.

For a person of the right size who wants a cross country type mountain bike or maybe a trail bike the Bosch Jumper 27.5″ would be an amazing and fairly affordable option. It comes with a great warranty, offers high end components and is available through a vast network of dealers in the US, Canada and parts of Europe (where the motor power may be specced down a bit). There are other options in this space that use the same drive system and offer more sizes or specific builds for downhill but they cost a bit more. Aside from the seat post not going all the way down and the basic non-locking grips there’s not much to complain about here. I had a blast riding the bike for this video review and would enjoy using it to commute with that lockout just as much as on the mountain.


  • One of the most affordable full suspension electric bikes running the Bosch mid-drive system that I’ve reviewed to date
  • Neat dual-locking remote suspension lock out, lets you transition from downhill to climbing fast and easily
  • Burly 15 mm thru-axle and quality Fox suspension front and rear, oversized hydraulic disc brakes from Shimano
  • Excellent two year comprehensive warranty from BH (the company that makes Easy Motion) upgradable to 5 years if you register the bike
  • High quality Bosch-made second generation Centerdrive has “zero maintenance schedule” meaning it’s meant to stay sealed and last for a long time without issue
  • The lower cut diamond frame is very sturdy, stiff and light weight, it handles well and is balanced (battery and motor low and center)
  • The drive system on this bike pulls the same chain as the rider and therefore benefits from the eight speed cassette for climbing or riding at higher speeds, it can get 50+ miles of range per charge using the lowest level of assist in flatter hard packed conditions
  • Built in shift-detection helps to relax the motor as you change gears, this keeps the chain and sprockets from mashing which reduces the need for tuneups and extends the life of hardware
  • Nice rubberized skid plate protector on the bottom of the mid-drive motor, should add even more protection to the plastic case for off-road riding


  • The seat post doesn’t go down as far as I expected due to the angled seat tube… you could always take a hack saw to the post if you needed it lower I suppose?
  • I couldn’t figure out the CDT (climb trail descend) settings for the suspension, it seems they both just have open or locked out
  • Only available in one color (black with red accents) and one standard size (medium 17.5″)
  • This is a pedal-assist only electric bike which means you have to pedal at all times in order to activate the motor
  • The chain gets pretty close to the chain stay, there isn’t a guide lifter system as I’ve seen on some other bikes with the Bosch mid-drive, the smaller chainring at the front just brings the chain in close and you might get more chain suck as a result here


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Comments (7) YouTube Comments

5 years ago

Hey man I really love your reviews! Can you help me with some questions I have. Where can I buy it from? I live in NY. Can you tell me the difference between a mid drive and a hub motor drive? Also Which is better? Thank You

Court Rye
5 years ago

Hi Nafi, you can check out Propel Bikes or Greenpath Electric Bikes both in New York (near NYC). The Easy Motion ebikes are pretty awesome and they offer a whole range of different models (and years, sometimes you can get last-year models cheap). I think there are some advantages to hub motors as well as mid-drive and it really depends on how you want to ride. I created an article discussing motor types here that might help explain better.

5 years ago

I never thought I would hear Court say a $5k bike is: “a fairly affordable option” I really like this FS+MD bike. I am getting in the mood for one! It is hard to save $$ on these because they require custom frames (unless you get a BBS02), good forks $, extra rear susp and framing, good hydraulic brakes. The Bosch system has it’s premium, and now the Whrs are getting more generous than the old 36v/10ahr (360 whr) and going 500 or more. It all adds up.

Court Rye
5 years ago

Ha! Yeah… it’s all relative right ;) considering the full suspension + Bosch motor + warranty it’s not bad for a 2015 model. I think we’ll see a lot of great options for 2016 including the Yamaha drive system on Haibike (great more affordable alternative to BBS02). You can always get one of the E-Rad systems and build a nice bike but the wires won’t be integrated the same way. Decisions, decisions…

Ira Ehrlich
3 years ago

I just bought one of these and I am really enjoying it. I would like to find a cost effective battery solution to the Bosch branded batteries. The bike came with the 400 watt battery. I’d love to get a 500 watt battery as I am concerned with range. I read one of your reviews of a bike with the Bosch drive but a 500 watt samsung that might be cost effective. Any advice?

VB Ebikes
5 years ago

Love this bike. Will be in my garage soon. Nice review Court..keep’m coming!


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