Introducing the All-New INTENSE Tazer Alloy eBike

Introducing the All-New INTENSE Tazer Alloy eBike

Intense Cycles (United States) - Press Release: We’ve taken our carbon Tazer eBike and its classic JS Tuned design, tweaked the seattube angle a little, and… you could say... gone back to our roots. Custom hydroformed 6061 T6 aluminum means that the new Tazer Alloy has durability built-in as standard, and with the look and feel of some of our original INTENSE bikes.

The INTENSE Tazer Alloy is our first full production aluminum/alloy bike for well over six years. With 155mm of rear travel, 160mm on the front, Shimano’s awesome STEPS motor system and a 279/mullet wheel set-up, you get great handling, amazing grip and trail ride excellence.

The Tazer Alloy PRO model (€5999) comes with a Shimano EP800 motor, a 630Wh integrated downtube battery, and Fox suspension front and rear. The EXPERT build (€4999) offers the same Tazer Alloy frame but this time with a Shimano EP600 motor system, a 504Wh battery, and DVO suspension. The Tazer Alloy is available in four sizes (S, M, L and XL), with a reach ranging from 417mm to 497mm, a 64.8º headangle, a 75.2º seatangle (effective) and is UDH compatible.

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