How To Master Extreme And Technical Hill Climbs On An E-Bike

Published on November 30th 2018


Climbing requires more than just fitness and power, in this video Steve breaks down the different techniques that you need to master difficult and technical climbs on an e-bike. Depending on the type of climb, you'll need to consider things such as your power mode and seat height, as well as basic MTB skills and gear selection. Subscribe: Our shop: We used a closed downhill track to demonstrate the demands of technical climbs, with tricky obstacles such as large step ups, roots and steep muddy sections. The same principles of EMTB riding apply no matter where you're riding, with different climbs providing unique challenges. If you've got any tips for climbing, share them in the comments below 👇 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 More videos... 📹 Extreme E-Bike Climb: The Rock | 📹 World's Steepest Climb: The Slab | 📹 Gearing Selection For Climbing | 🎵 Epidemic Sound: Times Square - Onda Norte It's All About You (Instrumental Version) - Basixx Ten Feet (Daxten Remix) (Instrumental Version) - Curio Submit your content here: The Electric Mountain Bike Network (EMBN) is dedicated to igniting your passion for electric mountain bikes (eMTBs) by taking your riding further, faster and further than ever before. EMBN is dedicated solely to covering eMTB from every angle: from demystifying electric mountain biking, to inspiring you to go electric, helping you understand what you need, where and how to ride, and how to get the best from your eMTB experience. Every week, of every month we bring you videos on... The know-how… The skills… The tech… The inspiration… go faster and explore more! EMBN is mountain biking… fully charged: the same thrilling freedom – only faster, going further, and more liberating than ever before. Join the EMBN community: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Thanks to our sponsors: Specialized: Haibike: Canyon: DT Swiss: POC: WD40: Ergon: crankbrothers: Maxxis: Park Tool: