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So, Ducati Has an E-Bike 13

A Thok e-bike with 27.5 rear and 29 front wheels and Ducati graphics. Christmas is coming, right? The press release below has all the details you could want.

So, Ducati Has an E-Bike

Ducati presents an exclusive e-mtb: the MIG-RR

  • The Ducati MIG-RR is an exclusive enduro e-mtb and complete the new 2019 Ducati range
  • The project is the result of a collaboration between Ducati and Thok Ebikes, with design and graphics by Aldo Drudi's D-Perf and the support of the Ducati Design Center
  • The Ducati Ebike will be available in Ducati stores across Europe starting from spring 2019

Borgo Panigale (Bologna, Italy) - Ducati presents an exlusive e-mtb: the MIG-RR, an enduro born out of close collaboration with Italian company Thok Ebikes.

E-mountainbikes let cyclists take on climbs that, without the motor boost, wouldn't be possible and, at the same time, they allow everyone to live the off-road on two wheels in total freedom. E-mtbs sales are booming worldwide. Ducati has now entered this market segment relying on the experience of a specialized company, Thok Ebikes, born from the passion of the BMX and Down Hill champion Stefano Migliorini.


The Ducati MIG-RR, which will make its public debut on the Ducati stand at EICMA 2018 (Fiera Milano Rho, 8-11 November), is a true high-end e-mtb developed by Thok Ebikes specialists in close collaboration with Aldo Drudi's D-Perf and the Ducati Design Center.

While the new Ducati e-mtb is an offshoot of the popular MIG series produced by Thok, it features some unique technical solutions: wheels with different diameters and suspension set-ups with different degrees of wheel travel (29" and 170 mm at the front, 27.5" and 160 mm at the rear) make it a true enduro that meets the needs of even the most demanding rider.

With high-level components such as FOX Factory Kashima suspension, carbon fibre Renthal handlebars, Mavic wheels, 4-caliper Shimano Saint brakes and an 11-speed Shimano XT gear set, the MIG-RR features a Shimano Steps E8000 motor - which puts out 250 Watts with a torque of 70N - powered by a 504 Wh battery. The battery is positioned underneath the down tube. The resulting low barycentre makes the Ducati MIG-RR an easy-to-ride yet precise bike even on the toughest terrain.

The Ducati MIG-RR will be distributed throughout Europe via the Ducati dealership network starting from spring 2019. It can also be ordered online at from January 2019 onwards.

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