BULLS GRINDER EVO Video Review – $5k High Speed Gravel Grinder Electric Bike

https://electricbikereview.com/bulls/grinder-evo/ The BULLS GRINDER EVO is a high speed gravel grinder electric bike, complete with flared drop bars, puncture resistant studded tires, and a paint-matched spring suspension fork offering preload adjust and lockout. Excellent weight distribution, beautiful Bosch PowerTube battery integration that frees up the main triangle for two bottle cage accessories, optional MonkeyLink magnetic bottle and wired-in lights. Capable 11-speed SRAM drivetrain with 11-42 tooth cog set, Bosch mid-motor offers shift detection, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes with larger 180mm rotors provide a mechanical advantage over the 700c wheels. Durable aluminum alloy fenders and minimalist pannier rack offer a lot of utility, excellent kickstand choice and positioning, large 30.9mm rigid seat post could be swapped for a suspension post but might interfere with the rear light, battery plug cover can be finicky, battery removal requires some finesse.

Comments

James Selene says:

Dail-E-Grinder was a much better bike.

Dan Reck says:

Finally an e-bike that is also a looker. Hoping that the gravel / road bike style will also become more popular in the lower price ranges in 2019 😉

Dolo Molo says:

I used to like your channel. Kinda lame now.

Michael Siegal says:

Holloween?

TexasHighDef says:

Cool ebike. I would have to go with the tr1. I ride a full suspension and I would never want to back to a hard-tail. Great review!

tecums3h says:

Steep price but very nice. A gravel bike narrows my search down. Adjustable headlight is a necessity.

Dindo Nuffin says:

Cort, your reviews are very useful. I am in Australia and almost 7 foot tall trying to find a bike for my height is near impossible so your reviews of what is on the market are an *invaluable resource* I have always found your review – *Reliable, Unbiased, state the facts, sometimes suggest alternative or additions, “Tell it like it is”* and sometimes have _a disagreement with the promoter, therefore, you are NOT doing an endorsement_ Thanks for your time *THUMBS UP*

Ron OBlack says:

Any plans to do a review on the Orbea Gain Road, or Cannondale Synapse Neo 1?

kfekadu55 says:

Steep price limits most people even if it’s a car replacement

Gary Fujioka Sr. says:

A rear rack without a platform is a bold choice.

reinplat says:

Is it true that all MonkeyLink items over $100 come with a hand-engraved plaque reading “Steal me”?

nestogonzo1 says:

been waiting for the Bulls full suspension commuter?

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