Lightrider E Ultimate

from CHF 6'290.00
weight from 14.6 kg


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The lightest full-suspension e-mountain bike in the world, developed in collaboration with maxon, is pure Swissness! With a weight of less than 15 kg, the Lightrider E Ultimate rides like a mountain bike without a motor and is also visually almost indistinguishable from it. It offers riding fun for all and is suitable due to the high agility and the frame size available from XS especially for smaller and lighter riders.

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Pure Swissness

With the Lightrider E Ultimate Thömus launches the lightest full-suspension e-mountain bike in the world. The super-light Ultra High Modulus carbon frame draws on over 30 years of bike building experience. The maxon BIKEDRIVE AIR drive system is also a lightweight with only 3.5 kilograms - but still convinces with its power of 250W and peaks over 300W at a torque of 30 Nm nominal and over 40 Nm peak. The driving feel on the trail is as natural as the Lightrider Worldcup due to the barely noticeable additional weight. However, as soon as it gets steeper on the climb, it feels like a magic hand is gently pushing you - perfect for training or touring in a group. The unique freewheel technology of the maxon BIKEDRIVE AIR e-bike system ensures natural on and off assistance. The result: an e-bike with the perfect balance between weight and agility. In addition, the Lightrider E Ultimate is also offered in an extra small frame size and is therefore ideal for all.

Geometry

  • Seat tube length
    390 mm
  • Top tube length
    553 mm
  • Steering tube length
    95 mm
  • Seat angle effective
    73.1 °
  • Steering angle
    66.6 °
  • Chain stay length
    445 mm
  • Fork mounting length
    530 mm
  • Bottom bracket height
    331 mm
  • Stack
    601 mm
  • Reach
    431 mm
  • Body height
    up to 170 cm
  • Seat tube length
    420 mm
  • Top tube length
    592 mm
  • Steering tube length
    110 mm
  • Seat angle effective
    73 °
  • Steering angle
    66.5 °
  • Chain stay length
    444 mm
  • Fork mounting length
    529 mm
  • Bottom bracket height
    331 mm
  • Stack
    615 mm
  • Reach
    466 mm
  • Body height
    168 - 185 cm
  • Seat tube length
    450 mm
  • Top tube length
    631 mm
  • Steering tube length
    125 mm
  • Seat angle effective
    72 °
  • Steering angle
    66.5 °
  • Chain stay length
    445 mm
  • Fork mounting length
    530 mm
  • Bottom bracket height
    331 mm
  • Stack
    628 mm
  • Reach
    500 mm
  • Body height
    from 180 cm
  • Seat tube length
    390 mm
  • Top tube length
    556 mm
  • Steering tube length
    95 mm
  • Seat angle effective
    72 °
  • Steering angle
    65.5 °
  • Chain stay length
    445 mm
  • Fork mounting length
    554 mm
  • Bottom bracket height
    339 mm
  • Stack
    609.2 mm
  • Reach
    420 mm
  • Body height
    up to 170 cm
  • Seat tube length
    420 mm
  • Top tube length
    595.4 mm
  • Steering tube length
    110 mm
  • Seat angle effective
    72 °
  • Steering angle
    65.5 °
  • Chain stay length
    444 mm
  • Fork mounting length
    554 mm
  • Bottom bracket height
    339 mm
  • Stack
    622.9 mm
  • Reach
    455 mm
  • Body height
    168 - 185 cm
  • Seat tube length
    450 mm
  • Top tube length
    634.8 mm
  • Steering tube length
    125 mm
  • Seat angle effective
    72 °
  • Steering angle
    65.5 °
  • Chain stay length
    445 mm
  • Fork mounting length
    554 mm
  • Bottom bracket height
    338 mm
  • Stack
    636.5 mm
  • Reach
    490 mm
  • Body height
    from 180 cm

News

20. January 2023

New lightweight e-bike and more locations

With new Swissrider and three more locations into the new year: Thömus launches the new Swissrider, probably the nimblest e-bike ever. The launch took place in Santa Monica (USA), where Thömus has a new location and is entering a new market through a partnership. At the same time, Thömus is strengthening its presence in its home market with new locations in Lenzburg and the Principality of Liechtenstein.

The Swissrider with its modern design and ...

28. December 2022

Lars Forster joins Thömus maxon

The two-time European MTB champion Lars Forster joins the team Thömus maxon. Forster will make his debut in the ...

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