E-Fire Country F850

E-Fire Country F850
E-Fire Country F850

Specifications

FrameCENTURION E-Fire Country
Colorswhite  (grey)
Framesizes
43
48
53
Speeds10
ForkSR Suntour Mobie25, Lockout, 75 mm
ChainwheelShimano E8000, 38T
Derailleur RearShimano Deore 10 SGS
Shifters / Shimano Deore
Brake LeverTektro HD-T285
BrakesTektro HD-T285
TiresSchwalbe Smart Sam Performance 2.25"
Tire Size27.5 ''
RimPROCRAFT Pro
HubsShimano Deore, QR, CL / Shimano Deore, QR, CL
SpokesStainless 2.0
FreewheelShimano HG50 10s, 11-36T
ChainKMC X10e
HandlebarPROCRAFT Riser Comp OS, dia.: 31,8 mm, rise: 22 mm, bend: 9°, width: 640 mm
HeadsetVP-J203PES
GripPROCRAFT Comfort, CLamp
Handlebar StemPROCRAFT AL Comp OS dia.: 31,8 mm, 7°
Stem Length70 mm [RH43], 80 mm [RH48], 90 mm [RH53]
SaddlePROCRAFT City
Seat PostPROCRAFT AL Comp dia.: 30,9 mm, length: 350 mm
Seat ClampPROCRAFT SC-204 dia.: 34,9 mm
CarrierCenturion E-Trekking
FenderSunnywheel
LightsHermnans H-Flow / Hermans H-Trace
KickstandPROCRAFT 40 mm
MotorShimano E8000
BatteryShimano BT-E8010 500Wh
ComputerShimano E6010
Weight23.10 kg

Geometry

CENTURION E-Fire Country
Framesizes
43
48
53
Seat Tubes
430
480
530
Top Tubes
588
605
623
Head Tube Lengths
170
190
210
Head Tube Angles
68.5
68.5
68.5
Seat Tube Angle Effective
73
73
73
Chain Stays
445
445
445
Bottom Bracket Drops
50
50
50
Fork Lengths
481
481
481
Stand Over Height
420
412
410
Stacks
642
661
680
Reachs
392
403
415
Wheel Base
1114
1133
1153
Stack To Reach Ratio
164
164
164

Classifications

Category 3: XC/Marathon

CENTURION bikes of the category XC Marathon are intended for off-road use. Bikes of this category are suitable for use on tarred roads and bicycle lanes or gravel field tracks, sand or dirt paths open to bicycles. In addition, bikes of this category are suitable for use on trails and technical areas with roots, small stones, draws and loose surfaces. Jumps up to a height of 0.3 m are permitted. CENTURION bikes of this category are not designed for use in rough, blocked or very steep terrains or bike parks and not for other forms of extreme riding, such as dirt jumping, freeriding, downhill or North Shore – neither for training nor competitions. But particularly inexperienced riders doing jumps may...

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