US-based racing cycle company LeMond Racing Cycles has unveiled its new carbon fiber frame all-terrain electric cycle, All-Road Prolog.
LeMond Racing Cycles was founded by Greg LeMond, the only American winner of the Tour de France. Greg has spent decades researching and building unique bicycles with advanced technological materials and manufacturing processes.
The bike has a sleek, clean design that appeals to experienced and novice riders. The e-bike is also finely tuned geometry for easy handling and maneuverability.
All-Road Prolog is equipped with the hidden 250W Mahle M1 rear hub motor, which provides a torque of 40Nm and pedal assisting speed of more than 20 mph (32 km/h).
The LeMond’s All-Road Prolog is powered by a 250W Panasonic downtube battery, which provides a bike range of up to 70 miles (112 km) of assisted riding on a single charge.
The new electric bike has a carbon fiber frame, fork, stem, seatpost, and handlebars. The entire bike weighs 28 lbs (12.7 kg), which makes this bike one of the most lightweight e-bikes available on the market. This bike can also bear weight up to 250lbs (113 kg).
The All-Road Prolog is integrated with the Panaracer 43mm GravelKing tires with Token alloy rims that provide traction and confidence to ride on any terrain.
Additionally, LeMond’s new e-bike features a Shimano GRX 11-speed drivetrain and Shimano hydraulic brakes with 160-mm rotors.
The new electric bicycle also features a headlight taillight and can be connected wirelessly to the Mahle My SmartBike app.
The All-Road Prolog comes in three size options, suitable for riders of heights 5 ft 2 inches to 6 ft 6 inches. The All-Road Prolog e-bike is priced at $5995 on its official website.