• Moterra SE

RIP IT UP. RIP IT DOWN.

A longer travel fork and burlier spec make this SE version of the Moterra even more fun on rowdy terrain.

Specifications

Component Overview

Drivetrain

DriveTrain

SRAM EX1 / Cannondale Cranks SRAM EX1, 8-speed

Suspension

Suspension

Fox Performance Float EVOL Shock. 130mm Travel

Brakes - Disc

Brakes

SRAM Guide RE Hydro Disc

Crank

Crank

Cannondale EC3

Wheelset

Wheelset

WTB i29 Rims / Onza Canis Tires 27.5x2.85"

Tires

Tires

Onza Canis 27.5x2.85"

Components

Components

TranzX Dropper Post, Fabric Scoop Saddle, Cannondale C3 Bar/Stem, Locking Grips

Battery

E-Bike Battery

Bosch PowerPack 500Wh

Drive Unit

E-Bike Drive Unit

Bosch Performance CX 250W

Frame

Moterra, 130mm, 27+, SmartForm C1 Alloy, Torsion Box downtube, Si motor mount, carbon link, tapered headtube, 157x12mm thru-axle, alloy skid plate

Fork

Fox Float 34 Performance, 140mm, GRIP Damper, E-Bike Optimized, 3Pos-adj, 15x110, tapered steerer

Rear Shock

Fox Float Performance EVOL 130mm

Rims

WTB STP i29, 32h

Hubs

Formula Disc - 15x110 front, DHL-157, 12x157 rear

Spokes

DT Swiss Champion

Tires

Onza Canis Kevlar/Foldable, FRC, TLR, Skinwall 27.5 x 2.85"

Pedals

Not Included

Crank

Cannondale EC3, w/ Ai offset ring, 15t

Chain

SRAM PC-1110, 11-speed

Rear Cogs

SRAM XG 899, 11-48, 11-speed

Rear Derailleur

SRAM EX1

Shifters

SRAM EX1, 8-speed

Handlebar

Cannondale C3 Riser, 6061 Alloy, 15mm rise, 8° sweep, 4° rise, 780mm

Grips

Cannondale Locking Grips

Stem

Cannondale C3, 6061 Alloy, 1-1/8", 31.8, 5 deg, 55mm

Headset

Tange Seiki 1-1/8 to 1.5", integrated

Brakes

SRAM Guide RE hydro disc, 200/180mm Centerline rotors

Brake Levers

SRAM Guide RE hydro disc

Saddle

Fabric Scoop Radius Elite, cro-mo rails

Seatpost

TranzX dropper, internal routing, 31.6, 100mm (S), 120mm (M), 150mm (L/XL)

Sizes

S, M, L, XL

Display

Bosch Purion

Battery

Bosch PowerPack 500Wh

Charger

Bosch 4A

Drive Unit

Bosch Performance CX 250W

Innovation AND Technology

Rider Position / Bike Geometry

Innovation AND Technology

Rider Position / Bike Geometry

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