MIG-RR – Ducati’s New Electric Mountain Bike

Ducati MIG-RR

At this year’s EICMA show in Italy, Ducati as debuted a mountain bike with electric assist, called MIG-RR.
MIG-RR is the result of a partnership with Thok E-bikes, an Italian company specialised in pedal-assisted bicycles. Based on the MIG series, the Ducati MIG-RR is equipped with an aluminium frame with a new geometry, 170 mm of front travel and 160 mm on the back, components of the highest level, the bike and its exclusive livery having been designed by Aldo Drudi with the Ducati Design Center collaboration.

Ducati MIG-RR

The Ducati MIG-RR is an upgrade to Thok’s current MIG line of electric mountain bikes. The MIG-RR features a 250 W Shimano Steps E8000 mid-drive. The motor is capable of 70 Nm (51.6 ft-lbs) of torque.
As far as other specs go, the MIG-RR also features a Fox 36 Float 29 Factory Series Kashima fork with 170 mm of travel, a Fox DPX2 Factory Series rear shock that maxes out at 160 mm, Renthal 35 Fatbar Lite Carbon handlebars, Mavic E-XA Drifter wheels, a Race Face Turbine dropper seatpost, 4-caliper Shimano Saint brakes, and an 11-speed Shimano XT gear set.

Ducati MIG-RR

MIG-RR is an Enduro e-mtb that lets you reach any summit and handle the most challenging descents. So, you can discover a new way of experiencing off-road riding, training and having fun at the same time.
Priced at € 6,250, MIG-RR will be available from spring 2019 at the Ducati dealers in Europe.

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Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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