The sleekest looking hardtail electric mountain bike available today in our opinion. The 2018 Scott E-Aspect 20 features an updated Brose motor which provides 15% more power for a more thrilling riding experience. Scott's 2018 E-Aspect 20 builds on the success of the previous year's model, featuring a lightweight 6061 alloy frame that seamlessly houses both the motor and battery, fooling others into thinking this is just a 'regular' bike. The Brose motor is super-quiet in operation thanks to its internal belt drive and packs 15% more power delivery than the previous years model with a hefty 250W and 90Nm of torque. The sleek handlebar remote provides a clear reading of your speed, remaining battery and also allows easy changes between the different assistance levels of the motor, providing between 80 and 320% assistance. The RockShox 30 Silver 100mm fork slices through sweet ribbons of singletrack, combining race-proven plushness and ease of set-up to allow more time on the trail, and less tinkering with the set-up. The RockShox 30 Silver is sure to boost the level of your ride, whilst keeping to a pocket-friendly price point. SRAM's NX1 11-Speed drivetrain features a wide-range cassette (11-42T) to ensure you have the best gear ratio possible. This makes riding the bike, even without the motor's assistance, a pleasurable experience. The NX series from SRAM has been designed with durability in-mind, being low-maintenance whilst still providing smooth and precise gear changes. Powerful hydraulic disc brakes come courtesy of Shimano with the MT500 calipers and levers and the large 180mm discs, both front and rear to give maximum braking performance, working in combination with the grippy Maxxis Forekaster tyres, allowing you to push harder into corners and berms, feeling firmly planted. Brose Drive S, 250W, 90Nm Brose 500Wh battery RockShox 30 Silver, 100mm travel SRAM NX1 11-Speed Description by Luke, Rutland Cycling Web Team.