Atala B-Tour A9.1 Lady vs Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

Compare Specifications of Atala B-Tour A9.1 Lady and Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

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Atala B-Tour A9.1 Lady
Atala B-Tour A9.1 Lady

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Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu
Super73 RSD x Super73-RX Malibu

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor Bosch 2,000W peak-rated hub motor
Charging Time Up to 9 hours --
Maximum Power -- 2000W
Maximum Torque 65 Nm --
Top Speed 25 kmph 25 kmph
Battery 625Wh 960 Wh battery
Charger 2 A --
Display KIOX --
Frame Alu 700C, hydroformed, integrated battery, custom tubing, Internal routing, Forged interface --
Stem Satori Python, 31.8 mm, Adjustable, Internal routing --
Handle Bar Satori Noirette City, 630 mm Upgraded mid-bar handlebar
Fork Suntour NEX-E25, 63 mm, Coil, Lockout --
Seatpost Satori Harmony, Suspended, 31.6 mm --
Grip -- ODI Ruffian ATV grips
Crankset FSA, 38T --
Pedals Alu TKK Stamp 2 pedals
Saddle Atala Memory Foam Trekking --
Headset Acros AZF-585, 1,5, Internal routing --
Hub Rear Shimano TX505, CL, 32h --
Sprocket Shimano CS-M6100 12s 10/51 --
Headlamp Herrmans MR GO 120 lumens --
Taillamp Axa BlueLine LED Lightguide --
Tyres
Front Schwalbe Energizer Active Plus, Punctureguard, TwinSkin, 700x50C 20×4”’ GRZLY tires
Rear Schwalbe Energizer Active Plus, Punctureguard, TwinSkin, 700x50C 20×5”’ GRZLY tires
Wheel / RIM Radial L25V, 25x622, eBike ready --
Brakes
Front Shimano BR-MT200, Rotor SM-RT10 180 mm / 180 mm 203mm Upgraded Magura four-piston front brake caliper
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Suspension
Front -- Adjustable RX inverted front air fork
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors White / Pastel Gray Matt --


Physical Specs
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Overview
Features -- --
Additional Details Size : 45 50 53
Power : Eco: 55% Tour: 120% Sport: 200% Turbo: 300%
Exchange : Shimano XT RD-M8100 SGS, Shadow Plus
Controls : Shimano Deore SL-M6100 Rapidfire-Plus, 12s
Fenders : SKS A60S
Chain guard : SKS Chainbow
Roof rack : Racktime Eco2.0 Imm system
Sensor type : Torque
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