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New hybrid components for e-MTB from DT Swiss

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Known for their bicycle wheels and various other components, DT Swiss is now set to introduce a brand new series of system wheels for e-MTBs. Seen as a ‘hybrid’ between strong and light components, the company believe that the rims, hubs, and spokes will allow the full power of the e-MTB to be released.

Daniel Berger, Vice President of DT Swiss, said “The Hybrid line is our answer to riding further and harder while more miles, more vertical, more weight and more torque pose a whole new set of challenges to ordinary bike components.” Furthermore, Berger said that the company wanted e-MTBs to become fun rather than providing pain and it was traditional mountain-biking that launched this idea they are hoping will be a success!

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