Today BULLS Bikes USA has officially unveiled its new 2020 product lineup. The 2020 line continues BULLS tradition of offering the widest range of bikes in the industry with 18 new models across six different classes, headlined by the highly anticipated ALPINE HAWK EVO and its FAZUA drivetrain system. The line includes a number of other firsts for BULLS including the Gen4 Speed and Performance Line CX Gen4 motors from Bosch. The highlights of the line include:
- ALPINE HAWK EVO – This bike introduces the FAZUA drivetrain system to the BULLS family. Consisting of a motor, battery and display, the FAZUA drivetrain is the lightest and most compact drive system in the industry. This system combined with the ALPINE HAWK’s carbon frame, make it one of the lightest and sleekest eRoad bikes on the market. Riders will enjoy the flawless integration and zero resistance at all times, regardless of whether they are hitting max assisted speeds or riding with no assistance.
- COPPERHEAD EVO AM – A series that includes four eMTB full-suspension bikes powered by the new Gen4 Bosch Performance Line CX, the most powerful drivetrain Bosch has to offer. The Gen4 CX is lightweight and compact, while still possessing excellent power, torque and efficiency that makes it ideal for ambitious riders. The system is also extremely responsive, providing more agile handling and control.
- COPPERHEAD EVO HD – Containing all the features of the EVO AM, this one is specifically designed to operate just as efficiently, while also possessing a payload of up to 330 lbs with a low step or “wave” frame style option.
- DESERT FALCON EVO – Similar to the CX drivetrain, the Gen4 Performance Line Speed features a compact, lightweight design that affords riders more agile handling, and its noise-optimized gearbox make it one of the quietest drives in its class. The DESERT FALCON EVO also comes standard with an integrated 500Wh Powertube that keeps weight low and centered for a more responsive ride.
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