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Nino Schurter rides a Scott Ransom eRIDE e-MTB

Scott Ransom eRIDE
(Image credit: Scott)

We're used to seeing Nino Schurter riding short-travel cross-country bikes, but lately, the multi-time World Champion has swung a leg over an enduro-style e-MTB. 

The cross-country racer has been riding the Scott Ransom eRIDE around his local trails in Switzerland. The bike features 180mm of travel and is powered by a Bosch drive unit. Schurter says that he still likes pushing his limits, even on motorized bikes. 

“I particularly enjoy pushing the limits uphill with the E-Bike, the extra power offers exciting possibilities especially in steep and challenging terrain," he said. 

Schurter also touted the benefits of riding an e-MTB. 

"Every passionate biker will for sure have lots of fun on an e-bike, especially when time is limited for a nice after-work tour or when your riding buddies are not on the same level. I love to switch between both bikes as it offers me a different riding style. A mixture of both worlds makes it perfect for avid mountain bikers."

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Scott Ransom eRIDE

Nino Schurter's Scott Ransom eRIDE (Image credit: Scott)
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Scott Ransom eRIDE

Schurter's e-MTB features a Bosch display head unit on the handlebars (Image credit: Scott)
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Scott Ransom eRIDE

The e-enduro bike is powered by a Bosch drive unit (Image credit: Scott)
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Scott Ransom eRIDE

This crank sees plenty of power output from Schurter's legs combined with a motor (Image credit: scott)
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Scott Ransom eRIDE

The bike uses a SRAM XO1 Eagle AXS drivetrain (Image credit: Scott)

The Swiss racer's Ransom eRIDE is fully equipped with RockShox suspension and SRAM components. For the suspension, a RockShox Zeb Ultimate is paired with a RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate in the rear. The drivetrain is electric, too, as Schurter uses SRAM's XO1 Eagle AXS system with 10-52T gearing. 

A 625Wh battery from Bosch provides the power to the Bosch Performance CX drive unit. The bike also features a Bosch display unit. 

The bike is rounded out with SRAM Code RSC brakes and a RockShox Reverb AXS dropper post. Maxxis Assegai tires provide plenty of grip, while the rest of the build features Syncros components, including the brand's Revelstoke wheelset. 

Tech Specs: Nino Schurter's Scott Ransom eRIDE 

  • Frame: SCOTT Ransom eRIDE- 180mm of travel
  • Fork: Rock Shox Zeb Ultimate - 180mm of travel
  • Rear Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate
  • Drive Unit: Bosch Performance CX
  • Battery: PowerTube 625Wh
  • Display: Bosch Kiox
  • Rear Derailleur: Sram Eagle AXS X01 12s
  • Shifter: Sram Eagle AXS
  • Cassette: Sram Eagle 10-52T
  • Brakes: Sram Code RSC
  • Handlebar – Stem: Syncros Hixon iC 1.0 Rise
  • Seatpost: Sram Reverb AXS
  • Seat: Syncros Tofino V 1.0
  • Wheelset: Syncros Revelstoke 1.0
  • Tires: Maxxis Assegai 2.5WT DH casing
  • Grips: Syncros foam
  • Kickstand: Syncros Fully E-MTB 2 Bolts