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LeMond's All-Road Prolog E-Bike: A New Era in Cycling Excellence

All-Road Prolog E-Bike

An Iconic Legacy: The LeMond Phenomenon

Gregory James LeMond isn't just another name in cycling. He's an icon, a three-time Tour de France winner and a two-time Road Race World Championship titleholder. As the only American male ever to clinch the coveted Tour de France title, LeMond has imprinted an indelible mark on the cycling universe.

After cementing his status as a cycling legend, LeMond channeled his unquenchable passion into establishing an eponymous brand, pioneering not just in traditional bicycles, but also heralding a new age with electric bicycles.

Introducing the All-Road Prolog E-Bike

Expanding upon their Prolog range, LeMond has recently showcased the All-Road Prolog. Beyond its stylish drop bars and dynamic all-road tires, it's the bike's feathery weight that stands out. Weighing a mere 28 pounds, it's astoundingly light when juxtaposed against its e-bike peers.

The heart of this machine? The Mahle M1 e-bike drive system. With a harmonious integration of a 250-watt rear hub motor and a 250-watt-hour battery, it promises a seamless blend of power and longevity. Cyclists can relish speeds up to 20 mph and a robust range of 70 miles, expandable with a range extender.

Gear, Terrain, and Personalization

Equipped with a top-tier Shimano GRX 1x11 drivetrain, gear transitions are smooth and precise. If riders crave a notch higher, there's always the Di2 shifting system ready to be incorporated. The Panaracer Gravelking SK tires, boasting dimensions of 700c x 43mm, ensure rides remain smooth across varied terrains.

Individualism isn't forgotten either. The All-Road Prolog presents three size variants coupled with elegant colors like Matte Blanc, Noir, and Rosa. The base price, set at $5,995, offers accessibility, while options like the $800 Di2 shifting and the $1,800 LC30 wheel upgrade add an extra touch of luxury.

A Tempting Proposition for the Modern Cyclist

For U.S. enthusiasts, the anticipation won't be long, with shipping slated within a mere 1-2 weeks. All in all, the All-Road Prolog isn't just a bike; it's a testament to LeMond's commitment to crafting a future-forward cycling experience, merging tradition with innovation.

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Friday, 19 April 2024