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More powerful, more comfortable, but also more expensive: the new Lemmo One Max “Turbo Trekker”


Just recently, Lemmo presented their One in a new and improved MK2 version, which now has natural motor control thanks to a torque sensor. Apart from that, the bike still offers all the smart features that we already cove in our detailed review of the Lemmo One.

With its new Lemmo One Max, however, the start-up is now going one step further and also improving the hub motor in the rear wheel: the Max version now has a higher torque of 56 Nm, which represents an increase of 40% compared to the 40 Nm of the regular Lemmo One. It is also possible to mechanically decouple the motor and use the bike as a regular bicycle. The electronic lock is also installed here, which can mechanically lock the rear wheel at the touch of a button. Both functions are also described in detail in our test.

Further innovations on the bike are probably part of the Turbo Trekker equipment variant that gives the bike its name: instead of the rigid carbon fork, a suspension fork with 40 mm travel is fitted at the front (RockShox XPLR), and the Terra Trail tires from Continental are equipped with an off-road tread. The Lemmo One Turbo Trekker is only available with derailleur gears to match the more off-road equipment; the single-speed option with hub gears is not available here.

However, a more stable luggage rack with 2x 12 kg load capacity is included as standard, while a new suspension seatpost and the stem with integrated smartphone holder from Lemmo are available as optional accessories.

As usual, the Lemmo One Max is also available with a high top tube and as an ST version with a comfort frame in the colors grey and sand. However, yellow is used as a contrasting color for this model, whereas the regular Lemmo One is a bright green. However, there are bigger differences in terms of weight and price: at 21.5 kg, the Lemmo One Max Turbo Trekker is a good 3 kg heavier than the comparable Lemmo One with derailleur gears — and at 3,390 euros, it is around 1,000 euros more expensive.

With this price, it is now in the range of the equally new Cowboy Cross, which is available for 3,499 euros and is aimed at a very similar area of use. There you will also find fat tires and a specially developed suspension fork, but Cowboy relies on a different system for the drive with belt drive and Adaptive Power Technology. More information can be found in this article.




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