While attending the (e)revolution electric bike show in Denver Colorado, I got to connect with Yamaha to learn more about their Wabash RT electric bike. This is a gravel ebike with flared drop bars that works well as a commuter, trekking and touring platform, gravel grinder, or cross country mountain bike. It has taller wheels with lightly studded 700x45c tires, a dropper seat post with suspension travel, and a rigid aluminum alloy fork. Sturdy 12mm thru-axles are used front and rear to improve stiffness and strength for off-road use. Powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. There are two spots to mount bottle cages and other accessories, and mounting points for fenders and a rear rack, but we also saw a goodie bag on the top tube, and camping gear below the handlebar. It comes in one color scheme, three frame sizes, has an integrated headlight, bell, and comes with a three year battery warranty.
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