Introducing the First e-Bikes from Niner

Introducing the First e-Bikes from Niner

Niner (United States) - Press Release: The e9 series offers two new ways to experience our uniquely #ninerd brand of freedom, fun, and adventure. With in-house Niner engineering, best in class Bosch Performance Line drive systems, extended range batteries, and durable, creative designs, these bikes dial up the fun factor to 11.

At Niner, our mission is to make riding on dirt better, period. From “day one” in 2005, we started making 29ers because they genuinely improved our ride, allowing riders to pedal faster, smoother, farther, stronger, and feel more confident.

With the e9 series, we’re upping the fun factor, offering new ways to Pedal, damn it! and maintaining our signature ride quality and Niner style.

The RIP e9: More dirt, more often:

The freedom to ride more dirt, more often = more fun.

The best way we can think of to improve a ride on the dirt is to stay out longer, go a little farther, summit the climb sooner, or just make a ride happen, period. Our new 150mm-travel RIP e9 29er checks all those boxes. It’s a quick, mid-travel trail bike for picking off mid-week missions and day-long excursions alike.

The WFO e9: No shuttle required:

Park the shuttle truck: pedal up and charge down the biggest lines.

Your access to the rowdiest terrain, steep backcountry lines, and local chunder just got a lot better. With aggressive geometry, 180mm suspension travel, a coil spring, and Bosch Gen 4 drive system, the WFO e9 is ready to punch your ticket to the top of any trail and capably carve its way down, no matter how gnarly.

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