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Ducati launch 2020 eMTB range

A year after the launch of the “Ducati Powered by Thok” project, the range of Ducati eMTBs (built under license from Thok) has grown. Three new models join the MIG-RR for 2020. We have all the most important info here, from Ducati themselves:

Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition

The MIG-RR Limited Edition is Ducati’s “ready to race” enduro bike, specced with top of the range components, and delivered with a second battery as well as an Evoc E-Ride backpack to carry it. Ducati claim this bike offers pure performance and no compromises. Spec highlights include Ohlins suspension (an RXF36 m.2 fork with 170mm travel out front and a TTX Air shock taking care of the 160 mm rear travel), DT Swiss HXC1200 carbon rims (29” front and 27.5” rear), an electronic SRAM X01 Eagle AXS drivetrain and 4-caliper Shimano Saint brakes with 203mm rotors. Shimano take care of the assistance with their Steps E8000 motor and 504 Wh battery, which is positioned below the downtube.

The Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition will be a rare sight on the trails, as only 50 units are being produced. Each bike will be numbered and personalized with owners’ names, as well as being assembled in Italy with special Ducati Corse artwork by D-Perf and Aldo Drudi. Ducati dealerships throughout Europe are already taking orders or you can order online. Delivery will start at the end of January 2020.

The Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition will be limited to 50 units.
The Ducati MIG-RR Limited Edition will be limited to 50 units

Ducati MIG-S

Ducati are pitching the MIG-S to riders looking for an agile and fun eMTB that performs in all conditions. The Ducati MIG-S features 150mm travel out front and 140 mm rear travel. The suspension is taken care of by a Marzocchi Bomber Z2 fork and a Fox Float TPS rear shock. SRAM take care of the brakes and drivetrain with their Guide T trail stoppers and SX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain. Thok e-plus wheels (29” front and 27.5″ rear) finish off the entry-level build. Ducati claim the MIG-S is an eMTB that will allow you to explore any trail. It is equipped with a Shimano Steps E8000 engine and a 504Wh battery, which is positioned below the down tube.

The Ducati MIG-S is claimed to be an agile all-rounder

Ducati E-Scrambler

The Ducati E-Scrambler is a touring bike that is inspired by the Ducati Scrambler world. The E-Scrambler is the first touring e-bike born from the collaboration between Ducati and Thok and is equipped with a Shimano Steps E7000 motor and a 504Wh Shimano battery. Its Pirelli Cycl-e GT tires (27.5×2.35) should provide a smooth ride and easy handling. Spec highlights include front and rear lights, a SRAM NX 11-speed drivetrain, aluminum mudguards, luggage rack and an 80mm Suntour XCR 34 coil fork. The Ducati E-Scrambler comes equipped with a dropper post to increases riding comfort, and allow you to get on and off the bike easily.

Inspired by the Ducati Scrambler world, this e-bike promises touring comfort

For more information head to ebike.ducati.com


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Words: Finlay Anderson Photos: Ducati