New frame design
With its all-new frame, an integrated Bosch 625Wh PowerTube battery, Bosch’s new Performance Line CX motor, an 80mm travel fork and a suspension seatpost the 2022 Moustache Xroad 7 is the epitome of versatility and comfort. The 2022 Moustache Xroad 7 comes equipped with practical and stylish accessories such as its new luggage rack and powerful lights front and rear. The new Xroad is as perfect for getting about day-to-day as it is for exploring further afield on the weekend.
For so many reasons the 2022 Moustache Xroad 7 is New Zealand’s most sought after Rail Trail machine. With 80mm of trail-smoothing suspension and an ultra-comfortable suspended seatpost, the perfectly balanced ride will have you riding further, faster and happier
New Bosch motor and battery
The Xroad 7 is powered by Bosch’s Performance Line CX motor, the benchmark in efficient and versatile motors. The brand new PowerTube battery is seamlessly integrated into the frame while remaining easy to take on and off. The integrated charge port on the bike makes recharging a breeze. Also including the new Bosch Fast Charger – The Fast Charger is currently the fastest eBike charger in its class and will recharge the eBike battery in the shortest possible time.
The luggage rack with QL3 system means you can attach the Moustache by Ortlieb panniers, Moustache Clark Backpack or any other QL3 panniers in seconds, giving the Xroad even more versatility. Its wide platform also makes it compatible with a large range of child seats. The MIK integration allows for quick fitting of a wide range of Basil and Moustache bags, such as the Greg & Manu Double pannier, and accessories, with more brands coming soon. Exclusive tubular Moustache mud-guards, ultra solid and reliable, are perfectly centred over the wheel to keep you and your bike dry and clean in all conditions.
Designed specifically with New Zealand conditions in mind the Xroad ticks every box for comfort, reliability and style. Consumer Magazine NZ shares our high praise for the Xroad, click here to read their thoughts on the Xroad range.