HEAD Bikes expands e-bike lineup, teases several new bike models for 2022

HEAD Bikes is rolling out a new spring line of e-bikes, among others, to round out its offerings in 2022. For many, HEAD is synonymous with tennis and skiing – which makes sense.

The company makes top-tier equipment for those sports that see wide use among athletes that frequent the Olympics, world cups, and tournaments worldwide.

HEAD, not to be confused with HED Cycling Products, well-known for the ultra-light carbon wheels, has also been making bikes for years. With the new 2022 lineup, HEAD has options for kids, commuters, mountain bikers, and roadies, along with a healthy run of electric bikes to fit every lifestyle.

HEAD E-Terrain bike. Front angled view.

HEAD E-Terrain.

Sold exclusively in North America by Cycle Force Group, several 2022 e-bike models are available for pre-order, including the E-Terrain, E-UP2, Groove-E.

The E-Terrain is the electric-assisted version of the Terrain line of gravel bikes that will include five different models, including the E-Terrain. Only the E-Terrain is currently available for pre-order.

Head E-Terrain gravel bike cockpit.

The E-Terrain is HEAD’s electric versos of the Terrain line of gravel bikes.

The E-Terrain features 700c tires, disc brakes, and the Shimano Tiagra 4700 10-speed drivetrain. It also comes equipped with an integrated mid-drive 200-watt motor and a 36-volt battery with a range of approximately 35 miles and a six-hour charge time.

HEAD E-UP2. Side view

HEAD E-UP2.

The E-UP2 is a hardtail 27.5-inch mountain bike rig with an integrated 350-watt motor and a 48-volt battery that can shred up to 40 miles of single track on one charge. It comes with an 80-millimeter travel SR Suntour XCT 30 fork and a Shimano Deore 10-speed drivetrain.

Head E-UP2

The HEAD E-UP2 features an SR Suntour fork with 80 millimeters of suspension.

The Groove-E is a commuter suited for trips to the office or store or just cruising around town. Like the other 2022 E-bikes from HEAD, it features an integrated battery with a 40-mile range and a 350-watt motor. It includes lights, fenders, and a rear rack to help haul whatever you need and stay safe on the streets. Additionally, 60 millimeters of suspension up front will help smooth out the ride.

HEAD Groove-E commuter bike. Side view.

HEAD’s Groove-E bike is an ideal urban commuter.

The E-Terrain costs MSRP $3,800. The E-UP2 goes for 3,300, and the Groove-E costs $3,000.

Aside from the new bikes, HEAD also has several other models in the works set to release soon. They include the Berm hardtail mountain bike, UP2 full-suspension mountain bike, and the Pava road bike. HEAD also plans to release belt-driven models soon.

HEAD Berm hardtail mountain bike. Side view.

HEAD is expected to roll out the Berm hardtail. mountain bike, along with other models soon.

The spring collection will be available to test ride at the Sea Otter Classic from April 7 through 10.

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