Bergamont E-Revox 4 EQ vs Super73 R

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Bergamont E-Revox 4 EQ
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Super73 R
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor Bosch Drive Unit Performance Line Cruise, Gen. 3, 250 W, 36 V Class-1 Mode Output: 750 watts nominal / 1200 watt peak
Class-2 Mode Output: 750 watts nominal / 1200 watt peak (Default)
Class-3 Mode Output: 750 watts nominal / 12p watt peak
Unlimited Mode Output: 1200 watts nominal / 2000 watt peak
Maximum Power -- 1200 w
Load Carrying Capacity -- 325lbs
Seating Capacity -- Single passenger, Optional: 2-up seat
Top Speed 25 kmph 32 kmph
Speed -- Class-1 Mode: 20mph (throttle deactivated, pedal assist only)
Class-2 Mode: 20mph Class-3 Mode: 28mph (throttle deactivated, pedal assist only)
Unlimited Mode: 28mph +
Riding Modes -- 4 modes (ECO, TOUR, SPORT, SUPER)
Battery Bosch 36 V Li Ion, 500 Wh, PowerPack, covered 960 watt-hours, 21700 cells
Charger -- 3A (6-7 hour charge time) / Optional: 5A (3-4 hour charge time)
Display Bosch Purion Transflective Monochrome LCD + Mobile Device
Frame 29", ultra lite AL-6061 tubing, integrated PowerPack battery
Frame sizes : S/M/L/XL
T6 - 6061 / 7005 Aluminum Alloy, 1-1/8" to 1.5" tapered head tube
Stem Syncros 3.0, +/-6° --
Handle Bar Syncros 3.0, riserbar, rise: 15 mm, width: 740 mm / 720 mm for size S --
Fork Suntour NVX30, 100 mm, rebound adjust --
Seats Syncros M3.0 --
Seatpost Syncros M3.0 --
Grip Syncros MTB --
Crankset FSA CK-200, 32t, 170 mm --
Chain KMC e10S --
Shifters Shimano Deore, SL-M4100, 1x10-speed, rapidfire plus-shifter --
Gear -- Single-speed 16T rear cog / 10 speed gearing (11-36T): optional accessory sold separately
Headset FSA NO.57SC-1, A-Headset, semi-integrated, tapered --
Derailleur Rear Shimano Deore, RD-M4120, Shadow Single-speed chain tensioner / 10 speed Shimano Zee: optional accessory sold separately
Hub Front BGM Pro, centerlock, disc, 12x148 mm axle --
Hub Rear Shimano, centerlock, disc, quick release 15 x 150mm thru-axle aluminum alloy
Spoke Sapim Leader --
Cassette Shimano Deore, CS-M4100, 11-46t --
Chainrings -- 125mm alloy crank arms, 36T chainring / Optional: 44T chainring for 10 speed gearing
Bottom Bracket -- 120mm sealed bearing, square taper
Headlamp Herrmans H-Black MR4, LED, E-Bike Version --
Taillamp Herrmans H-Trace Mini, LED --
Tyres
Front Schwalbe Smart Sam, Performance Line, 29x2.10"
Tubes: Impac SV29
20 x 4.5"
Inner tubes:20" x 4.5-5", angled valve stem
Rear Schwalbe Smart Sam, Performance Line, 29x2.10"
Tubes: Impac SV29
20" x 5" BDGR All-Terrain
Inner tubes:20" x 4.5-5", angled valve stem
Wheel / RIM Rims : Ryde Rival 23, disc, eyelets, width: 23 mm Rims: 20" x 100mm alloy with lightening cutouts
Brakes
Front Shimano BR-MT200, hydraulic disc brake, SM-RT10 rotor: 180/180 mm 180mm Tektro Hydraulic, 2-piston forged aluminum caliper
Rear Shimano BR-MT200, hydraulic disc brake, SM-RT10 rotor: 180/180 mm 180mm Tektro Hydraulic, 2-piston forged aluminum caliper
Brake Lever Shimano BL-MT200, hydraulic disc brake --
Suspension
Front -- Inverted coil spring fork
Rear -- Coilover mono shock – adjustable preload and rebound damping
Colors Available
Colors Midnight blue/black/silver (shiny/matt) Olive Drab


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight 24.1 kg 33.1 kg
Seat Height -- 812
Overview
Features - Efficient and durable Shimano Deore 1x10 shifting technology
- Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brake
- Fast rolling Schwalbe Smart Sam tyres with optimised off-road grip
- New Racktime carrier perfectly integrated into the design concept and featuring the multifunctional Snapit adapter system
- Super73 App Ready
- Smart Display
- Turn-by-turn navigation
- Over the air updates
- Multi-Class Ride Modes
Additional Details Assistance Modes : Eco (+55%), Tour (+120%), eMTB (+120 - 300%), Turbo (+300%), Walk Assist (-5 km/h)
BB-Set : Bosch, Isis
Max weight : 135 kg
Fender: Racktime Wingee
Carrier: New Racktime / BGM carrier
Throttle: Thumb throttle
Accessories Kickstand: Atran --

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