SONDORS Rockstar | The Garage OTR

SONDORS Rockstar

SONDORS Elite Class Mid-Drive MTB

Full-suspension performance

Rockstar

Engineered from the ground up to rock the trail. SONDORS Rockstar is a top class flow machine, perfect for charging that climb you used to hate, and dialed-in for the descents you love. The first ever SONDORS dual-suspension electric mountain bike: 750 watts of hill-flattening power from our new mid-drive motor combined with 21 amp hours of ride-extending energy with our biggest battery to date. Get out there, and rock!

SONDORS Rockstar | The Garage OTR
SONDORS Rockstar | The Garage OTR

SONDORS

Mid-Drive

SONDORS Mid-drive system, 750 Watts continuous power, 1152 Watts peak. Integrated 25 Amp controller. With the mid-drive motor, riding feels just like a non-motorized bike when pedaling because the system can completely freewheel. The motor includes pedal assist sensors (PAS), allowing you to choose the power level of motor assistance that you would like while pedaling. At any time, you can use the throttle instead to engage the motor.

Specifications

Rockstar

Range

40-60 miles*

Speed

28 MPH+

Motor

750 Watt Mid-drive Motor

Controller

Integrated 25 Amp

Tires

Maxxis® 27.5 x 3.0″

Wheels

Aluminum rims with sealed bearing hubs

Crank Set

Integrated Mid-drive w/ 48T

*All range estimates are contingent upon rider and towing weight, riding style, wind speed and terrain.

the Tech Specs*

Frame Material Custom Forged and Machined Aluminum
Frame Shape Mid-Step – Full Suspension
Bike Size 30.9” Standover Height
Bike Weight 83 lbs (including battery)
Gears 11-speed with Trigger Shifter
Electric Drive Speed 28 MPH+
Range 40-60 miles*
Motor 750 Watt Mid-drive Motor
Battery New, 48 Volt, 21 Amp Hour, Lithium-ion battery with genuine LG 3500 cells. The largest battery ever in a SONDORS.
Throttle Thumb throttle for those times you don’t feel like pedaling
Rugged Compact Display Great Daylight Visibility and Includes USB Port
Gear Type 48T Chain Drive
Tires Maxxis® 27.5 x 3.0″

*All range estimates are contingent upon rider and towing weight, riding style, wind speed and terrain.