More E-MOUNTAINBIKE than ever before – The Print Edition 2021 is here!

The time has come: The E-MOUNTAINBIKE Print-Edition 2021 is fresh off the press! Our high quality magazine spans across more than 260 pages and gives you more E-MOUNTAINBIKE than ever before. Get your copy now!

The E-MOUNTAINBIKE Print Edition 2021 is our fourth annual edition and the ultimate guide in your search for the perfect eMTB. Spread over 260 pages of high-quality print, we offer you a comprehensive buyer’s guide, reviews and details of 35 bikes and a group test of the 8 most exciting motors. We also provide a lot of specialist knowledge, behind the scenes information and report on the hottest trends. Whether you’re an experienced eMTBer or just getting started, you will find everything you need to know about eMTB in our annual Print Edition!

We’re positive that if you like our free app magazine or website, you’ll absolutely love the Print Edition! Also, buying the Print Edition is a great way to support our work.

The timeless stories and elaborate format make the Print Edition a must-have for every eMTBer. It makes for an excellent gift and a great way to introduce your friends, acquaintances, and colleagues to the world’s best hobby. Or if you want to convince them to try out eMTBing for themselves.

The E-MOUNTAINBIKE Print Edition is now available from our online store at a price of € 15. Unfortunately, we can only ship our hard copy to addresses within Europe. However, that doesn’t mean you’ll have to miss out! You can now get our annual Print Edition in a digital format at Zinio and iKiosk.

More information about the Print-Edition can be found on our website. You’ll also find a preview PDF so you can get a first impression for yourself. Have fun reading!

By the way: We’re planting a tree for every Print-Edition sold! 🌳

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