The Ride1Up Prodigy V2 has been long awaited and the wait has been worth it.
Starting at $2395 the Prodigy V2 will come standard with front suspension, fenders and a rear rack. Most notably we see a major drive unit improvement with a Brose™ mid-drive motor. The Prodigy V2 sees the improvements we’ve long awaited for riding experience and performance at an incredible value.
The Prodigy V2 will be available in two different component build kits. A MicroSHIFT Advent 9-speed drivetrain and an Enviolo Trekking CVT using a Gates CDX Carbon Belt drive for $2695.
The continuous variable transmission (CVT) from Enviolo, offers a smooth riding experience. Known for seamless and smooth gear shifting with minimal maintenance year-round.
Ride more freely without concern of being in the wrong gear at a stop or leading into a hill. Paired with the Brose™ the transmission hub is nearly silent delivering a distraction free riding experience with ample power for a more natural riding feel.
As a Ride1Up electric bike, riders can expect the features seen on premium electric bikes for a much more attainable price. The Prodigy V2 will come with a 100mm Air Fork, Hydraulic disc brakes with 180mm rotors, Maxxis tires, Alloy fenders, lights and a rear rack.
The Class 3 Brose™ TF Sprinter drive unit has 250w and 90nm of torque. A Samsung 36v 14ah battery will offer a range of 30-50 miles
Both builds will be available in a Step-Through (ST or LS) or Step-Over (XR or LX) aluminum frame, in three different colors: Faded Bronze, Onyx Black, and Sea Fog. Overall weight will be 58lbs for the MicroSHIFT and 61lbs for the Enviolo. Ride1Up suggest a rider height of 5’1″-6’3″ for the Step-Through frame and 5’6″-6’4″ for the Step-Over frame.