The Evari 856 eBike is scheduled to debut later this month
UK mobility startup Evari introduced their Evari 856 eBike last year and is set to debut it at the Eurobike event in Frankfurt, Germany in a couple weeks from now. With a striking monocoque carbon frame, it’s hard not to look away at the upcoming premium lightweight electric bike.
The Evari 856 eBike has been nominated for the 2022 Eurobike Innovation Award. According to the startup, it’s a “high-end electric bike featuring a monocoque carbon frame, total electronic integration and titanium components”, and constructed with “the finest materials and components, which are easy to service and should last longer for the owner.”
Its quick-release electric cables, lighting, and two-piece cockpit (developed and manufactured by Evari), are all completely integrated. This eBike also boasts aerospace-grade titanium components on its Bosch Performance Line drive. Described as a leisure, tour, and commuter bike, carbon fiber is used to construct the 856’s frame, stem, fork, rims, seat post, and handlebars.
Available in two options,the 856 comes in a single speed variant as well as another that features a Rohloff E14 speed hub with 14-gear auto shifting. Weighing at 39 pounds, both versions of the 856 have 62.6 lb ft of torque and a top speed of 15.5 mph with electric assist. Its Bosch PowerTube 500 battery has a range of 43 on a single charge. Also featured are 29-inch wheels in Vittoria Terreno tires, Magura MT4 hydraulic brakes, and a Gates Carbon Drive.
In addition, an iOS app with navi, compass, and ride computer features will be released with the Evari 856 eBike sometime this August. Preorders should go live after the Eurobike event held between July 13 and July 17.