RLE HIGHLAND (MTB HARDTAIL) lightweight E-Bike 13,9 kg

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by Brush

Hello! What do you think about it?
Can this be made more light? What can I change here?

RLE HIGHLAND
Frame Titanium - Aerospace alloy OT-4
Motor 250W (European standard) Concealed installation - rear wheel hub.
LCD display
Battery on the basis of the 18650 elements Panasonic (Tesla parts) 36V 9.6 Ah
Fork FOX 32 Float Fit4, F-S, 27,5" 100mm
Transmission Shimano XT 11 Speed
Brakes Shimano XT
Tyres Hatchinson Black mamba
Rims DT Swiss 27,5, aluminium
Handlebar RLE Components Carbon Rigid
Stems RLE Components Carbon Rigid
Saddles RLE Components Carbon Rigid
Seatposts RLE Components Carbon Rigid
Pedals Titanium Super light
Charger RLE quick charger 3A
Weight 13.9 kg
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Not knowing the weight of your components, you'll probably save a lot of weight by getting rid of the electric motor and related electronics (including battery) ;)
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prendrefeu wrote:Not knowing the weight of your components, you'll probably save a lot of weight by getting rid of the electric motor and related electronics (including battery) ;)


No, no; keep the motor. Drop weight by getting rid of the chain, derailleurs, and shifters...
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