Devinci has two new e-bikes today, giving their electric assist bikes a little more flavor. The E-Spartan and E-Troy will be electrified versions of their trail and enduro bikes, seemingly replacing the current AC, DC, and EP bikes, recommended for enduro, all-mountain, and trail use.
First, we’ll dive into the E-Spartan. The bike has 170mm of rear travel and a 180mm fork. The E-Spartan has a 725Wh Shimano EP8 motor, an aluminum frame, an updated shock layout (compared to the old AC E-Enduro), and Devinci’s Split Pivot suspension, optimized for e-bike use.
The motor has 85Nm and Boost, Trail, Eco, and Walk modes.
Geometry on the new E-Spartan for a size medium starts with a 77.2° seat tube angle, a 64° head tube angle, 460mm of reach (changes 20-25mm each size), 455mm chainstays across sizes, and a 1,260mm wheelbase.
The E-Spartan comes in a Shimano Deore build for $7,799 with Shimano Deore drivetrain parts, a Fox DHx2 and 38 fork, and 203mm rotors.
The E-Troy shares many features with the E-Spartan in a shorter travel package, including an aluminum frame, asymmetrical construction, new geometry, and an updated shock layout, with the shock up high horizontally underneath the downtube. The rear travel measures 150mm and the bike has a 160mm fork.
The E-Troy also has a Shimano EP8 motor to deliver 85Nm of torque, four power modes including a walk mode, and a 725Wh battery. To try to keep the pivots sturdy, Devinci used Enduro double-lip sealed bearings.
Geometry on the E-Troy sized medium has a short seat tube, a 78° seat tube angle, a 64.8° head tube angle, 465mm of reach, 455mm chainstays, and a 1,252mm wheelbase.
The E-Troy is available in two build kits, staring with a SRAM GX package for $8,529. This includes a Fox Float X and a Fox 38, a SRAM GX drivetrain and Code R brakes, and RaceFace wheels.
A less expensive Deore build is priced at $7,599 with a Shimano Deore drivetrain, Fox suspension, and Devinci-brand wheels.
For both bikes, Devinci has a new 4-amp charger which can give the battery about 80% life in about two hours. Other features of the e-bikes include an in-tube battery, a universal derailleur hanger, a 34.9mm seatpost, and a lifetime warranty.
For more information, check out the Devinci website.