Who’s the E-MTB hardtail perfect for? And which special features set the Sengo Pmax apart from its competition? Let’s find out! Well secured roads, forest roads or dirt roads are your preferred types of terrain? And moderate downhill trails are sometimes on the menu as well? Then we wholeheartedly recommend the Sengo Pmax. The lightweight for everyday use only weighs in at 19 kg – depending on the add-ons. The e-hardtail is also perfect for extended (multi-)day tours. By the way: It’s available in the fully equipped city package! What else does the e-hardtail have to offer? Read more!
Simplon is known for its innovative technology on its high-end bikes. And the team of tinkerers at their workshop didn’t skimp on them when it comes to the Sengo Pmax either. The integrated Smart Headset gives the bike a clean look. Cables for the brakes and gears run through the special headset down into the frame – preventing a mess of tangled cables. But that’s not all: The Advanced Internal Cable Routing also ensures that all cables run both on the inside of the main frame and the rear. That way all cables are protected.
- Advanced Internal Cable Routing more information
- Asymmetric Chainstays more information
- B+ more information
- Hot Melt Carbon more information
- Hollow Carbon Dropouts more information
- Internal Dropper Post Cable Routing more information
- Smart Headset more information
- Steering Stop more information
- T-Axle more information
- UD Carbon more information
The numerous optional features make the Sengo Pmax an e-hardtail that’s unique in the bike sector. Forget about greasing the chain: The Sengo has an opening in the right seat stay and thus allows for the use of a belt drive in combination with a Rohloff gear hub. Advantages: less maintenance and greater longevity. The complete equipment is available with the exclusive city package by Simplon. Mudguard, rear rack, light and stand – with these details, your e-bike is perfectly equipped for every area of use.
Does the E-MTB fit your proportions and riding style? Which frame size do you need? The geometry table by Simplon helps you find the right e-hardtail for your individual needs. Because there’s one thing you should know: The geometry is the deciding factor in how your bike acts on rough terrain!
|A||Seat tube length mm|
|B||Top tube length|
|C||Head tube angle|
|D||Seat tube angle|
|E||Head tube length|
|H**||Bottom bracket drop|
|K||Fork offset (rake)|
|M||Stand over height|
|STR*||Stack to Reach|
*STR: The higher the number, the more upright is the seating position.
**Left BB Drop with 29“ front and rear with Flipchip low, right BB Drop when 29“ in front and 27,5“ in rear with flip chip high
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