The Ducati MIG-RR electric bike is built in collaboration with the Thok E-bikes and was unveiled on the sidelines of this year EICMA exhibition in Milan. The electric motor is Shimano with 250W and 70Nm torque, helping the rider to speeds up to 30Km/h.
The trend for electric assisted bicycles is growing in recent years, and Ducati has not been able to stay out of the major mountain bike category, presenting their own proposal.
Ducati mountain bike is based on the Thok MIG model and also features a Shimano – 504Wh battery, aluminum frame, front and rear suspension, 203mm disc brakes on both wheels with 4 calipers, wheels from Mavic 29 “x 30mm front – 27.5 x35mm rear, Shimano XT – 11 speed transmission while the weight does not exceed 22.5kg (size M without pedals)
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It also has a second Shimano 504 Wh battery and an Evoc E-Ride backpack to carry, while its electric motor is the Shimano Steps E8000. The Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition will only be built in 50 pieces, with Ducati Corse graphics curated by the D-Perf of renowned designer Aldo Drudi.
Its price will be at 6,250 euros, with the first deliveries expected to begin in the spring of 2019, with orders open in the first month next year, of January 2019.
Description from YouTube channel Ducati :
The Ducati MIG-RR is a true high-end e-mtb developed by Thok Ebikes specialists in close collaboration with Aldo Drudi’s D-Perf and the Ducati Design Center. Discover it on our website and stay tuned for more: https://www.ducati.com/ww/en/mig-rr