The new Bianchi e-Vertic FX-Type Pro 2023 – the capo of the new eMTB famila from Bianch

The Bianchi eMTB portfolio has a new head at the top: the e-Vertic FX-Type Pro 2023 is not only the downhill-heavy eMTB in Bianchi’s line up, it also sets the design language for the rest of the family. What we have to expect from the new eMTB from Bianchi, you can read here.

The e-Vertic FX-Type Pro is the new flagship in the e-Vertic product family, which ranges from downhill-oriented eMTBs to touring bikes and city bikes. In addition to the full carbon e-Vertic FX-Type Pro with 160 mm travel, the e-Vertic FX-Type eMTB will also be released next year as an aluminum variant with 140 mm travel and the X-Type hardtail eMTB. In addition, Bianchi will offer the T-Type, an e-trekking bike. The C-Type will be the new urban bike in the Bianchi lineup. Not only do the bikes share green and blue paint accents reminiscent of the iconic Bianchi Celeste green, they also feature a distinctive design language with a massive rear swingarm where the chain runs under the chainstays.

Bianchi e-Vertic FX-Type PRO GX AXS | Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System/750 Wh | 160/160 mm | manufacturer’s website

The new Bianchi e-Vertic FX-Type Pro 2023 in detail

In the new e-Vertic FX-Type Pro works the Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System motor. It is rotated upwards, so that the 750 Wh battery finds space in the down tube in front of the motor and the center of gravity does not move unnecessarily upwards. The e-Vertic FX-Type Pro 2023 will be released in January 2023 still with a Kiox 300 display and the LED remote, an different spec model with the inconspicuous Bosch System Controller and new Bosch Mini Remote has already been announced for the middle of the coming year. Bianchi targets the e-Vertic FX-Type Pro at sporty mountain bikers who ride in technically demanding terrain and therefore gives it 160 mm of suspension travel at the front and rear. It rolls on 29″ tires and will appear on the market in three spec variants and the frame sizes M, L and XL. The frame geometry is quite conservative for the intended field of use. With a seat tube of 477 mm in length in size L, a steering angle of 66° and relatively short reach values in all sizes, it looks extremely compact, at least on paper. How the frame geo is noticeable on the trail, we tell you after a ride test.

A Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System motor performs under the carbon hood. It is rotated upwards so that the 750 Wh battery has space in the down tube in front of the motor.
A cover is still sitting on the top tube as a placeholder for the new Bosch System Controller. In the course of the coming year, there should be a product update in which the new display and the new Bosch Mini Remote will be installed.
The rear swingarm running over the chain provides the striking design language at Bianchi. The other models in the portfolio have copied the design here.

Bianchi e-Vertic FX-Type PRO GX AXS


Motor Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System 85 Nm
Battery Bosch PowerTube 750 Wh
Display Kiox 300
Fork FOX 38 Performance 160 mm
Rear Shock FOX Float X2 160 mm
Seatpost Alpha1 Series 125 – 150 mm
Brakes MAGURA MT7 203/203 mm
Drivetrain SRAM GX AXS 1x12
Stem Velomann 50 mm
Handlebar Veloman 780 mm
Wheelset Velomann 29"
Tires Vittoria e-Barzo 2.6"

Technical Data

Size M L XL

Size M L XL
Top tube 597 mm 624 mm 661 mm
Seat tube 430 mm 477 mm 520 mm
Head tube 105 mm 120 mm 140 mm
Head angle 66° 66° 66°
Seat angle 75° 75° 75°
Chainstay 445 mm 445 mm 445 mm
BB Drop 20 mm 20 mm 20 mm
Wheelbase 1,192 mm 1,228 mm 1,266 mm
Reach 429 mm 460 mm 490 mm
Stack 626 mm 639 mm 658 mm
The e-Vertic FX-Type 2023 without the addition -Pro has an aluminum frame and 140 mm travel.
The new Bianchi e-Vertic X-Type is the new E-MTB hardtail at Bianchi.
The e-Vertic T-Type with full equipment and its extravagant design language is aimed at trekking bikers with style. No worries Bianchi fans, there will also be a variant in the familiar green-blue Bianchi hue on the market 😉
With the e-Vertic C-Type, Bianchi also has a step-through city bike in its range, perfect for St. Mark’s Square in Venice. If you’re interested, check out our DOWNTOWN-MAG, where you’ll find lots of info on urban bikes and urban lifestyle.

Extravagant and style-conscious: you can’t deny the Italian flair of the new Bianchi product family and its family head, the e-Vertic FX-Type Pro 2023. How the new Bianchi eMTBs behave on the trail, we can not yet say. The conservative geo values will at least scare off ambitious trail pilots. For a ride test, however, we would immediately take the trip to Milan, the birthplace of the Bianchi brand, without batting an eye.

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Words: Rudolf Fischer Photos: Bianchi

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Rudolf Fischer

In his previous life Rudolf was a dab hand at promoting innovation, putting his brain behind big-ticket patent assessments that easily ran into six-or-seven-plus figures. These days, the self-confessed data nerd’s role as editor at DOWNTOWN and E-MOUNTAINBIKE is no less exciting. Given his specialism in connectivity, Rudolf’s often placed on the front line of future mobility conversations, but he’s also big into testing new bikes–both on the daily as a committed commuter and intensively for our group tests. The business economist graduate is as versatile as a Swiss penknife, and that’s no hyperbole. Away from two wheels, his background in parkour means he’s a master of front, side and backflips, plus he speaks German, English, French, Russian and a touch of Esperanto. Japanese remains woefully unmastered, despite his best home-learning attempts. Good to know: Rudolf’s sharp tongue has made him a figure of fear in the office, where he’s got a reputation for flexing a dry wittiness à la Ricky Gervais... interestingly, he's usually the one laughing hardest.