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The Fuel EXe is a fundamental change in the mountain bike landscape. It’s bridging the gap between electric mountain bikes and traditional mountain bikes. It delivers a very refined mid-assist in a small, lightweight and very quiet assist system thanks to a new assist partner, TQ. The bike looks like and rides like a traditional trail bike. You know, like the Fuel EX you already know. This bike will appeal to existing eMTB customers wanting the latest and greatest eMTB. It will also very much appeal to those eMTB holdouts who don’t want a heavy, big, high-powered electric bike.
While other electric bikes keep chasing more power, higher torque and bigger batteries, the Fuel EXe brings natural-feeling assist with a system that’s so compact and quiet, you might forget it’s there. It’s one of the lightest eMTBs on the market at around 18.14 kg, so it handles more like a regular trail bike, but with a smooth-feeling boost that’s not as intense as a high-power rig like Rail or Powerfly.
We partnered with German robotics manufacturer TQ to develop the Fuel EXe hand-in-hand with their new HPR 50 motor. Their patented harmonic pin ring transmission is smaller, quieter and more dependable than traditional e-bike motors that use gears and belts. Once your customers experience the serene sound and feel of riding Fuel EXe, e-biking will never be the same!
The 360 watt hour battery provides power for around four hours. It’s concealed in the downtube, but it’s still super easy to remove. There’s also an optional 160 watt hour Range Extender that fits in the bottle cage for an easy 40% increase in range.
There’s even a new Trek Central app that seamlessly connects with Fuel EXe for customised motor tuning, activity tracking and real-time range calculations.
The Fuel EXe rolls on 29-inch wheels with 140 mm of rear travel paired with a 150 mm fork. The geometry is fine-tuned for stability on steep, high-speed descents and an efficient pedalling position for climbing.
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