Haibike XDURO DWNHLL Pro Review

Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Electric Bike Review
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro 18 Tooth Chainring Nw Teeth Ses With Guide
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Powerpack 400 Ebike Battery
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Intuvia Ebike Display Panel Removable
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Ebike Button Pad Xlc Sport Locking Grips
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro High Speed Low Speed Suspension Compression Adjust
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Shimano Saint Drivetrain 11 36t Cassette
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Mavic Deemax Ultimate Wheelset
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Fox 40 Float Rebound Adjustment Cap
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro 12 Mm Rear Thru Axle With Quick Release
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Kind Shox Lev Dx 125 Mm Dropper Post
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Battery Charger 4 Amp
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Electric Bike Review
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro 18 Tooth Chainring Nw Teeth Ses With Guide
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Powerpack 400 Ebike Battery
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Intuvia Ebike Display Panel Removable
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Ebike Button Pad Xlc Sport Locking Grips
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro High Speed Low Speed Suspension Compression Adjust
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Shimano Saint Drivetrain 11 36t Cassette
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Mavic Deemax Ultimate Wheelset
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Fox 40 Float Rebound Adjustment Cap
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro 12 Mm Rear Thru Axle With Quick Release
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Kind Shox Lev Dx 125 Mm Dropper Post
Haibike Xduro Dwnhll Pro Bosch Battery Charger 4 Amp


  • One of the only true downhill ready electric bikes being made in series production, delivers a worldcup ready chassis and pro level components
  • Shimano Saint drivetrain and brakes (top of the line downhill groupset), with two piece Ice-Tech rotors and pads that dissipate heat (aluminum sandwiched by stainless steel)
  • Long travel 200 mm Fox 40 fork with 20 mm thru-axle, RockShox Vivid rear suspension with 12 mm thru-axle offering quick release
  • High-power Bosch Performance Line CX motor offers 75 Nm of torque, is angled for improved clearance, uses a narrow / wide chainring and works with a sprocket equalizing system to lift the chain and reduce kickback

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$8,899 USD

Body Position:


Suggested Use:

Mountain, Downhill

Electric Bike Class:

Pedal Assist (Class 1)
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2 Year Motor and Battery, Lifetime Frame


United States, Europe

Model Year:


Bicycle Details

Total Weight:

53 lbs (24.04 kg)

Battery Weight:

5.3 lbs (2.4 kg)

Motor Weight:

8.8 lbs (3.99 kg)

Frame Material:

6061 Aluminum Alloy, Hydroformed Tubes, Gravity Casting Motor Mount Interface

Frame Sizes:

16.5 in (41.91 cm)17 in (43.18 cm)17.5 in (44.45 cm)18 in (45.72 cm)

Frame Types:


Frame Colors:

Gloss White with Red and Yellow Accents

Frame Fork Details:

Fox 40 Float Factor Air Suspension with High Speed and Low Speed Compression Adjust, Rebound Adjust, 200 mm Travel, 20 mm Thru Axle

Frame Rear Details:

RockShox Vivid Air R2C, 200 mm Travel, 12 mm Thru Axle

Gearing Details:

10 Speed 1x10 Shimano Saint, 11-36T

Shifter Details:

Shimano Saint Triggers, on Right Bar


18 Tooth Chainring


Xduro Freeride, Alloy Plattform


Cane Creek Angleset, Angele 0°, Incline 1° Angular, Tapered


Thomson Elite X4


Thomson Downhill Aluminum Alloy, 800 mm Length, 12 mm Rise, 6° Back

Brake Details:

Shimano Saint M820 Hydraulic Disc with Ice-Tech 203 mm Front Rotor and Ice-Tech 180 mm Rear Rotor, 4 Piston Ceramic Caliper Body with Heat Fins, Shimano Saint M820 Aluminum Levers


XLC Sport with Locking Rings, Flat Rubber


Selle San Marco Squod Team

Seat Post:

Kind Shox LEV-DX, 125 mm Remote Drop

Seat Post Diameter:

31.6 mm


Deemax Ultimate, Tubeless Ready


14G Double Butted, Stainless Steel, Bladed, 28 Front 32 Rear

Tire Brand:

Maxxis High Roller II,  27.5" x 2.4"

Wheel Sizes:

27.5 in (69.85cm)

Tire Details:

3C Max Terra, Tubeless Ready, EXO Protection

Tube Details:

Presta Valve


Aluminum Alloy X-SYNC Chain Guide, Sprocket Equalizing System (S.E.S.) Chain Tensioner, Narrow Wide S.E.S. and Chainring


Locking Removable Battery Pack with LED Charge Level Indicator and Step-In Battery Mount, Quick Release Rear Wheel, Motor Starts at 20 RPM, 2.2 Amp Charger 1.7 lbs

Electronic Details

Motor Brand:

Bosch Performance Line CX, Gen 3

Motor Type:

Mid-Mounted Geared Motor
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Motor Nominal Output:

250 watts

Motor Peak Output:

350 watts

Motor Torque:

75 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:

25 miles (40 km)

Estimated Max Range:

60 miles (97 km)

Display Type:

Intuvia, Removable Backlit Grayscale LCD


Speed, Assist Level (Eco, Tour, Sport, Turbo), Battery Level (1-5), Odometer, Trip Distance, Estimated Range, Clock, Max Speed, Average Speed, Trip Time, Shift Recommendation

Display Accessories:

Independent Button Pad with Tactile Feedback

Drive Mode:

Advanced Pedal Assist (Combined Torque, Cadence and Speed), (Eco 50%, Tour 120%, Sport 210%, Turbo 300%)

Top Speed:

20 mph (32 kph)

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Written Review

The Haibike XDURO Dwnhll Pro was one of the only production downhill electric bikes available at the time of this review… meaning you could get a truly capable platform in a range of sizes with a solid two year warranty and not have to customize anything for it to hold its weight on rigorous terrain. Why would you want an electric downhill bike? That’s a good question, especially for nearly $9k… It gives you the ability to quickly and easily ascend mountains and enjoy the ride down, no lift or cars required. This thing will get you more runs in a day, help you rehabilitate your knees or other injuries and frankly it’s just a lot of fun.

With 200 mm long-travel suspension; a stiff double crown Fox 40 Float fork at the front with a 20 mm thru-axle and a 200 mm RockShox Vivid Air R2C with 12 mm QR axle in the rear you can blast down rough terrain. The premium Shimano Saint M820 hydraulic disc brakes were some of the fastest-stopping hardware I’ve ever tried and the Ice-Tech rotors (aluminum inner with stainless steel outer) combines heat dissipation with strength and durability. The rotor mounts are four piston and have heat fins to keep you cool all the way down… since this bike does weigh more than most traditional downhill products at 53 pounds. To reduce weight for transport you can easily take the battery off for a 5.3 lb savings… The motor weighs 8.8 lbs and is more permanently mounted. The frame of the Dwnhll like most Haibikes is hydroformed Aluminum alloy and the battery and motor mount are made with gravity casting techniques to make them strong but light. One of my favorite touches is the inset battery mount that partially surrounds the pack and has a nice rubberized foam backing to reduce rattles.

This and most other Haibikes with the Bosch system are the real deal, it’s the best motor, battery and display combination on the market from my point of view because it responds quickly, provides good power at a wide range of RPM operation (meaning you can hit the 20 mph top assisted speed with more gears) and has been holding up well over the years that I’ve been testing (it doesn’t break down). The one complaint or question mark with the Dwnhll Pro is that you only get a 10 speed drivetrain and the largest sprocket is 36 teeth vs. 42 on some other Haibikes (like the 11 speed FullLife RX). While the motor offers 75 Newton meters of peak torque, it wasn’t enough for me to scale the steepest terrain I tried and I had to get off and push. The real tragedy here is that Bosch seems to have disabled the walk-assist button so you can’t get the bike to help push itself up… even though it’s a feature in Europe. WTF guys. Maybe I’m just confused as to how it should operate? If so, please point it out.


  • Highly adjustable front fork with clickers to control the amount of oil that is allowed to bypass the suspensions valving stack (for high speed and low speed compression adjustment as well as rebound adjustment), rebound controls how fast or slow the suspension returns, the low-speed adjuster controls damping for smoother hits like rolling bumps whereas the high speed adjuster controls damping for harder hits like square edge bumps and it effects the ride height of the bike
  • One of the only mass produced downhill capable electric bikes around, possibly the first, it performs well with premium components integrated professionally for maximum stiffness and balance
  • The frame uses a four-bar linkage “Horst Link” swing arm designed for improved kinematics… it reduces bob while pedaling but still responds over bumps, you can’t lock either suspension out so there will always be some bobbing but it wasn’t bad, the swing arm is custom engineered to work with the Bosch battery and motor mounts that are constructed through gravity casting for strength
  • The Shimano Saint Hydraulic disc brakes are some of the fastest stopping, most powerful brakes I’ve used on any electric bike and the oversizes 203/180 mm rotors performed great without locking up or squeaking at high speed, the rotor mounts use four pistons for even braking and have integrated fins to dissipate heat during long descents
  • Haibike’s proprietary Sprocket Equalizing System (SES) elevates the chain to avoid slapping the chain stay, reduces kickback and clears mud, it and the 18 tooth chainring use narrow wide (NW) teeth to further reduce chain slip
  • The Bosch Performance CX motor offers 75 Newton meters of torque with peak output of 350 watts (but it feels way higher) and shift detection… in my experience it’s the fastest responding motor with the highest effective range of power output so you can choose the pedal cadence that feels right for you vs. adjusting how you ride to suit the motor
  • Custom Step-In downtube brings the battery lower into the frame while aluminum flanges surround, cup and protect it, the pack may be charged on or off the frame and has a solid locking core with metal lip interface
  • The battery pack is very light at ~5.3 lbs, has a nice plastic loop to make carrying easier, locks to the frame (press down firmly until you hear a click) and has a metal locking lip to make theft more difficult, I love that the downtube also has a layer of rubberized foam for a more snug fit and to reduce rattling given that this is a downhill ebike
  • For downhill riding this may be less useful… but the charger is relatively small and light weight at ~1.7 lbs so it would be easy to take with you on rides to top-off and extend range
  • The 2016 Gen 3 Bosch motors are have tighter plastic casings and appear ~38% smaller than Gen 2 in part because they can be mounted at an angle to follow the downtube, I definitely noticed that it appeared more compact and seemed to protrude less which is great on a full suspension ebike with long travel… when suspension is set to the softest level or the air is not set correctly for the rider weight you may encounter more pedal strikes but the motor itself stays high and clear, the plastic guard beneath appears sturdy
  • I love that this and many other Haibikes are available in multiple sizes, you get four frame sizes with the Dwnhll including 42 cm, 43 cm, 44 cm and 45 cm to suit a wide range of body types, this is pretty amazing to me given the bike is rare and so expensive
  • The display is backlit, easy to read and understand, works with a remote button pad positioned very near the left grips (both grips are locking for improved handling) and the button pad responds reliably and clicks when you press it
  • The Intuvia display panel from Bosch has a six volt Micro USB port for charging portable electronics… you could mount your phone or use a music player on your ride and piggy-back off the main battery
  • Excellent two year comprehensive warranty with lifetime on the frame, you get solid thru-axles for stiffer riding and easier quick release and the included tires are high performance tubeless-ready for those who ride with low PSI and don’t want pinch flats


  • The 10 speed 11-36T cassette offers a good range for climbing and hitting the max assisted speed of 20 mph but I wasn’t able to ascend the steepest sections of trail without a larger 42 tooth sprocket as I’ve done with 11 speed Haibike models like the FullLife RX and since walk-assist has been disabled for US models I had to push the bike up which was not fun :(
  • Only one color choice here but I think it looks pretty cool, bright bold colors that could appeal to men or women alike
  • The display is large and easy to see but may take more damage on a hard-core downhill bike like the XDURO Dwnhll if you push the limits and lay it down or go over the handlebars… it’s designed to be removable so consider taking it off for rough descents
  • This and other Haibike models are coming out later in the season and many lines are sold out already… getting the bike you want in the appropriate size may be more difficult and that’s a bummer


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Nova Haibike
43 mins ago

I do not know the answer, but it is strange the way certain things do or do not work. I am in the USA and here the walk mode on Yamaha Haibikes is disabled, and to my knowledge there is no fix.

G Lindberg
2 hours ago

Hi all, first post.

I got my brand new Haibike S 8.0 (Yamaha system) with integrated lights a couple of days ago. I very soon realized that the light switch on the controller is deactivated by design as part of German regulations. The manual even says "does not function". Both lights, front and rear are always on. I find this a bit annoying as I am not from Germany but from Norway where this rule does not apply. -In daytime that is.

Is there a way to re-enable the light switch from the controller?

Chris Nolte
6 hours ago

We often recommend this if you’re not able to bring the bike inside. In NYC there is a law that if there’s space in your office the building needs to give you access.

@ver50 based on Highway2’s website it seems the alarm locks should be arriving in the states in the next few weeks. I personally am pretty excited about them. Highway2 is the main distributor for Abus and they will be first to get them.

john peck
12 hours ago

I find the 9 spd & trigger shifters very satifactory. The CCS has assymetrical chain stays made specifically for 9 speed. The chain ring/guard
could have a tighter tolerance.

rich c
14 hours ago

Haibike with Bosch and 500wh pack will do 50 miles.

17 hours ago

For me mechanically I like it in this order.

1º Cleanmobile PinRing120... 120 nm .

It raises slopes of up to 71º at high speed, it does not seem that it is necessary to make a great effort in the legs.
With aluminum pedelec in Haibike.....a rocket and cheap.

2º The pw and pwx.

they do not abuse the plastic components, especially in the gears of torque and traction.

3º Bosch,Shimano,Brose.

The worst model of mid-drive to date ....... ¿What gives a 3D printer for you to do the gear at home? ¿And open the mid-drive every 500km?

¿But does it cost so much to do it in metal?

23 hours ago

2016 Haibike Sduro FullSeven AllMtn Plus. Translation: Sduro = Yamaha motor (true in 2016); FullSeven = full suspension with 27.5-inch wheels; AllMtn = mountain bike; Plus = 3-inch tires.

1 day ago

I have a question that I have been unable to find an answer to.
I purchased a Nyon and a Nyon controller. The Nyon has arrived but still waiting for the controller.
I tried to hook it up on my Haibike FullSeven rsx (with the Bosch Performance 28mph limit motor) but had an error stating it is incompatible with the bike and could go no further.
Do you think it is because it was connected to the Intuvia controller?
I probably should have waited for the Noon controller but was excited about the upgrade.
Thank you for any help!

1 day ago

@Nova Haibike

It is hard sometimes to explain exactly what one means. Most of us read a few words and already start forming thoughts and opinions about the subject without fully reading and or trying to understand the original intent. I know I do it myself all the time, then I go back and read it over again hoping not to make an a$$ out of myself in my response. Thank you for your input.

Nova Haibike
1 day ago

Looking past the title, you wrote, "Which E-bike (s) do you own." someone might only answer that question, and not think about the actual title? That's what I did, which led to my previous comment. I tend to skip details sometimes. Which is why I also did not post the model I own (Haibike Trekking RC).

1 day ago

I think if you leave the page and come back you can vote more than once on the same brand. I did misspell Haibike and maybe more but I don't see where I can edit this now. Thanks

rich c
1 day ago

How do I mark more than one bike of one brand? By the way, Haibike is one word, the b is not capitalized. What are you going to do with the data?

Cameron Newland
2 years ago

Electric downhill bikes are still just for downhill. If you want to climb, don't get a downhill bike.

Downhill bikes have reinforced frames that add weight, and they also have double-crown forks that add even more weight. Some motor-less downhill bikes weigh 40lbs, which is nearly what an ebike weighs. The Haibike XDURO DWNHLL Pro weights 53 lbs, which is ~5lbs more than last year's FS RX. This weight penalty combined with the downhill-specific rear sprocket means that you won't be able to easily climb steep hills.

2 years ago

Yup the 50% is on top of the full RRP USA list price ;)

Although not quiet a 50%^difference using the 2015 HAIBIKE XDURO DWNHLL PRO as an example it's ~$16k AUD and when US full list price is converted it's under ~12k AUD

I appreciate it's a smaller market here so less sales and I'd like to support my local bike shop but not get screwed totally in the process.

Jonno 01642
2 weeks ago

1. your dressed like your going to a wedding in mexico.
2. you sound like a jew with the flu.
3. you've bought a downhill bike to go up hill.
4. Try changing gear your moron stop your legs flapping about all over.

Apart from that the bikes sound yeah.

Mike Brink
2 months ago

No way in hell it has 75 nm of torque, that converts to 55 ft lbs of torque... He means 7.5nm of torque....A 1985 700cc inline 4 cylinder Yamaha motorcycle engine for example has 86hp and 46ft lbs of torque aka 61nm torque....250-300 watts might not even be 7.5nm of torque.

Only Afterhours
4 months ago

WOW! now we DH riders have help for the Uphills and we can now freeride sickkk semi-flat terrain! imagine how fast you can go on the traditional drivetrain, but now we've got this electric drivetrain to BULLET downhills!!!!
It is so SICK and crazy fun!!

5 months ago

Ur bullshit. Wtf does it weigh?
People like you that towe the corporate line is why change is slow and expensive.

Mitchell Davis
6 months ago

I am five feet 8 inches. I saw a small small Haibike Xduro Pro on Ebay for about $4,000.00 that retails for $9,000.00. Am I too tall?

6 months ago

Hi Mitchell, I think there's a lot of adjustability if you get a longer stem or seat post and just slide the saddle back a bit. The frame sizes aren't that different from one size to the next so maybe you could do a Medium perfectly but a Small or Large could probably work too :)

Jack Beames
6 months ago

Whys the seat so high it's a downhill bike

8 months ago

Geiles Teil

Patrick Oneill
8 months ago

I have never once rode my downhill bike up to the top of a trail .... so the extra weight seems pointless.... this on a enduro/cross country set up i can understand ... also if you come short on a gap jump that motor has had it

Don Mega
9 months ago

that's one good looking bike. until i heard the 250-300w motor thing! disgusting they would sell such a weak motor with such a high price tag. it simply won't do.

Philip Siemoneit
9 months ago

You should learn how to put THe feet correctly on THe Pedals :D

Philip Siemoneit
9 months ago

Ah ;)
This bike is awesome

9 months ago

Yes, it's true! I get a little awkward when filming because I have kicked my cameras before or am trying to keep my legs apart to show the suspension fork etc. :P

9 months ago

why didn't you use the dropper post going down hill?
those brakes are xt xc brakes not dh brakes there not that powerful.

snowboard envy
9 months ago

Nice honest review, will you be reviewing the 2017 Haibike xduro nduro 9.0? if so, could you do a steep hill test and see if the mega range cassette actually works without jumping of the bike to push again. Thanks

snowboard envy
9 months ago

thanks mate, love your review top man :)

9 months ago

Yeah, no guarantees on the Nduro 9.0 but I'll definitely keep an eye out and go for a steep test if so :)

Gyl Bonus
10 months ago

that's some badass camera perspectives.

10 months ago

i love how he test a downhill bike in a crosscountry trail xD hahahaha

11 months ago

ya at this time electeic mtb ia pointless. maybe 5 to 10 years down the line. they are still to heavy for normal riding. I DO NOT WANT A ELECTRIC MOTOR BIKE.

Don Mega
9 months ago

no they aren't too heavy. you could assemble one 1000w for like 15kg if you chose light weight frame and parts and smallish battery using high quality cells, just enough for maybe 10km without pedaling or 20km with pedal assist. motorbikes weight 5-10 times that of the e-bike so the comparison is pretty ridiculous you must admit lol

9 months ago

"ya at this time electeic mtb ia pointless" says the guy that drives to the trail head or shuttles up.

J Clar
11 months ago

lousy review as usual. top speed and how fast does it get There? how long does the battery last? all talk no facts. tired of these incomplete reviews LITTERING YOUTUBE LIKE THE GARBAGE THEY ARE

Don Mega
9 months ago

those you can find from the manufacturer's website and in most cases you can trust them if they come from a well known brand with their reputation in play. he's focusing on other, including more subjective stuff. and if you're concerned of youtube being filled with his videos maybe you can hire someone to make you a script that hides his videos from showing up on your browser. or if you're poor or a cheap ass just learn to make one yourself, or stop whining.

12 months ago

This phone is beautiful !!! My dream)))

kaywood Parsons
12 months ago

You can build one for a fraction of that price. 3000 watt cyclone mid drive on a custom frame rocks and will eat this

Dave Dave
1 year ago

This guy's lack of knowledge is astounding.  Learn mountain bike nomenclature and what things do.  i.e. high speed compression does not effect how high the bike rides.  That's called sag, and is adjusted with air pressure on that fork.  You also don't have sprockets in the back, they're called cogs.  The tires are 2.4" wide, not diameter.  The idler pulley system for the chain is not unique to Haibike.

3 weeks ago

Sag isn’t how high the bike rides sag is how much u sit into the travel when you are on the bike

Alex Paulsen
1 year ago

I wonder how many morons actually bought this bike.