Cannondale expands e-MTB range

Cannondale has announced two new members to their e-MTB family with the arrival of the Habit NEO and Moterra.

In a bold statement, the American company is ramping up its electronic range alongside their traditional mountain and road categories.

The first, the Habit NEO, is defined by Cannondale as their ‘most fun bike’ and the addition of a motor is a subtle modification to the existing Habit trail bike.

It features a drive unit and battery that sit quite low in the frame while a ‘Proportional Response’ design means it’s very much open to riders of all shapes and sizes.

The wheel/tire size comes in at 29”x2.6” and retails at $8499.



The Moterra meanwhile features a precise design built with a low centre of gravity and short chainstays.

It too features ‘Proportional Response’ while the Performance CX drive unit couples with a long-lasting PowerTube, all fitting snugly within the carbon frame.

The wheels/tires range from 27.5x2.6” (small) to 29x2.6” (medium upwards) and this model retails at $10999.

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