Intense Tazer first ride review

Intense Tazer first ride  review

If the Tazer name rings bells for you, then yes, this is a re-introduction of the name. However, no longer is this one of Intense’s aggressive hardtail or 4X full-suspension bikes that the name graced back in the day — the new Tazer is the first e-MTB Intense has set its hands to, and with Jeff Steber at the helm of its development, the legendary brand is aiming to make its mark on the market. Schwalbe’s Eddy Current is a tyre ready for eMTBs Two very good reasons to love eMTBs An e-optimised chassis As with the rest of the Intense range, the frame is constructed from carbon fibre and uses its JS Link suspension system. Intense says this has been optimised for e-MTBs, with the additional weight of the motor and battery requiring a slightly different tune to non-assisted bikes. The frame sports 150mm of travel, but more interestingly, ...

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