BULLS Outlaw E45 Video Review - Powerful, Sporty, Loud

Discussion in 'BULLS Forum' started by Ann M., Oct 14, 2016.

  1. Ann M.

    Ann M. Administrator

    Another in the high performance Bulls Ebikes, the Outlaw E45 is built around a comfortable, hybrid style frame that can fit different size riders but with a more sporty appearance. I like the sleek, frame mounted 48V battery that slides in from the side and has a nicely hidden magnetic connection at the charger port. The combination torque/cadence sensor that's integrated in the bottom bracket gives this bike a smooth feeling acceleration and the console has an interactive display that shows the interplay of the rider's power and the hub motor for a more realistic sense of the power use. Both the rear hub motor and front wheel have thru axles for easy flat fixing, a real plus! Look closely at the fin next to the rear disc rotor, this is Bulls' answer to the overheating issue that's common with many geared hub motors. It's a speed pedelec, 45km/hr (28mph) and a formidable 80 Nm of torque; a hill climbing beast, albeit a bit noisy.

    https://electricbikereview.com/bulls/... The Bulls Outlaw E45 is a sporty looking, fairly comfortable speed pedelec capable of ~28 mph top speeds, it's running on an optimized geared hub motor design with heat pipe technology for maximum performance. Unique mid-mount battery box fills the main frame triangle keeping weight low and centered while allowing the top tube to slope down aggressively for easier mounting and stand-over, bike comes in three sizes. Premium components including a Shimano SLX ten speed drivetrain, 203 mm Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, Schwalbe Super Moto-X tires, Ergon GA1 Evo locking grips, Rock Shox Revalation air fork. Heavier due to battery capacity, stand-out design due to battery box and chainring, louder operation due to upgraded hub and geared motor, hardly any mounting points for bottles or racks, no lights.

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  3. grench

    grench Well-Known Member

    This is the bike that causes me to leave my Stromer ST1 in the garage. If your a heavy person try this bike.