The new Unno IKKI gives them a motorized version of the analog BURN enduro bike. It also shares the same geometry and kinematics as their full-power MITH eMTB, just lighter and lower-powered.
Built around the TQ HPR50 drive unit, which adds just 3,900g (8.6lbs), complete bike weights are just 18.5-18.9kg (40.8-41.7lbs). That’s with the same 160mm rear wheel travel and 170mm forks.
The frame is a lightweight carbon monocoque front end with virtual pivot point suspension with their trademark ultra-low standover, making the bike compact and highly maneuverable.
A mixed-wheel setup helps keep a tighter, more playful rear end with 27.5″ in the back, 29er in the front.
It gets stealth routing under an ultra-short stem length on the integrated one-piece bar/stem unit to complement the long reach.
The TQ display is integrated into the top tube, and the charging port on the downtube doubles as a plug port for the auxiliary battery. The integrated battery provides 360Wh, and the optional add on bumps that to 520Wh total. The motor delivers 50Nm of torque for just enough assistance to get you up the hills while still feeling like you’ve earned your turns.
The Unno IKKI comes in two builds. Above is the IKKI Factory with SRAM XX T-Type with Reverb AXS dropper, DT Swiss HXC1501 carbon wheels, Formula Cura 4 brakes, and Fox Factory suspension. MSRP is $12,295 (£12,795 / €13,095, VAT included for £/€).
The IKKI Race drops down to SRAM GX T-Type and DT Swiss HX700 alloy wheels, with a OneUp dropper seatpost. MSRP is $9,795 (£10,195 / €10,295, VAT included for £/€).