E-Cayolle

Weight 21.2 kg
Sizes  27,5" - 14" | 29" - 16", 18", 20", 22"
Frame Aluminium 6061 DB
Color(s) Hot Pepper Red

Pricing

recomm. retail price
3 049.00 €

Passionately mobile.

When you hop on the new E-Cayolle, you’ll immediately enjoy the energetic support of Bosch’s new top model Performance Line CX with up to 75 Newton meters of torque. It’s fed by the 500Wh PowerPack battery that’s semi-integrated into the down tube. When pedaling power is combined with that of the motor, you are pushed forward with full control as the bike is equipped with purely proven components. At just over 21kg, the E-Cayolle is THE lightweight among STEVENS' e-hardtails.

  • Solid e-hardtail with comfort geometry and size-specific 27.5" or 29" wheels
  • New Bosch G4 Performance Line CX Cruise system w/ semi-integrated 500 Wh battery
  • SR Suntour 120 mm air suspension fork
  • Precise Shimano Deore 10-speed gears
  • Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5+ or Smart Sam 29" tires

Equipment

Details

Chassis

Frame
Aluminium 6061 DB
  • O.L.D.: 148 mm
  • Brake: postmount disc 7"
  • BB: Bosch
  • Cable routing: internal
Front fork
SR Suntour XCR34 RL-R Air
  • Travel: 120 mm
  • Air suspension
  • Remote Lockout
  • Tapered Steerer 1 1/8" - 1 1/2"
  • O.L.D.: 110 mm
  • Brake: postmount disc 7"
Headset
STEVENS MTB Taper 1 1/8"-1 1/2"
  • Upper bearing cup: ZS44/28.6
  • Lower bearing cup: ZS55/40
Brakes
Shimano BR-MT400
  • Hydraulic disc brake
  • Rotor: SM-RT54
  • Rotor size: 180/180 mm
  • Center-Lock

Drivetrain

Crankset
Oxygen E-Scorpo
  • BB type: Bosch / ISIS
  • Boost chain line
Motorritzel
e*thirteen e*spec
  • 34 T
  • Narrow Wide
  • Boost chain line
Derailleur r
Shimano Deore Shadow+
  • RD-M6000-DSGS
  • 10-speed
  • Direct Mount
  • Total capacity: 43 T
Chain
Shimano CN-HG54
Cassette
Shimano CS-HG500
  • 10-speed
  • Combination: 11-13-15-18-21-24-28-32-37-42 T
Pedals
MTB Alu Flatpedal Reflex
Gear ratio
Zoom 1.84 - 7.02 m, 1*10
Gear ratio
Zoom 1.91 - 7.29 m, 1*10

E-System

Engine
Bosch G4 Performance Line CX Cruise
  • Continuous rated power: 250 W
  • Max. torque: 75 Nm
Accumulator
Bosch PowerPack 500
  • Capacity: 500 Wh/13.4 Ah
  • Voltage: 36 V
  • Technology: Li-Ion
Breakaway at
25 km/h (15.5 mph)
Mileage
See BOSCH Range Assistant
No of notches
4 drive modes with support levels 60-340 % plus walk assistance

Wheelset

Hubs
Shimano MT400
  • Axle: QR15x110/12x148 mm
Rims
Sun Ringlé Duroc TR35
  • ETRTO: 35 x 584 | 35 x 662
Tires
Schwalbe Nobby Nic Performance (27.5") | Smart Sam Performance (29")
  • Tire size: 70-584 | 65-622
  • Foldable
  • Addix compound

Cockpit

Handlebar
Oxygen E-Scorpo
  • Width: 740 mm
  • Backsweep: 9°
  • Rise: 25 mm
  • Clamp: 31.8 mm
Stem
Oxygen E-Scorpo
  • Handlebar clamp: 31.8 mm
  • Angle: 6°
Saddle
Oxygen Havoc
Seatpost
Oxygen E-Scorpo
  • Length: 350 mm | 400 mm
  • Diameter: 30.9 mm
  • Insertion depth: min. 100 mm
Shiftlever
Shimano Deore
  • SL-M6000-RA
  • 10-speed
Brakelever
Shimano BL-MT400
  • 2 finger
Display
Bosch Purion

Data

Weight
21.2 kg
Sizes
27,5" - 14" | 29" - 16", 18", 20", 22"
Color(s)
Hot Pepper Red
Laden weight
140 kg
  • Bike incl. rider, clothing and luggage

Technology

500 Wh Battery

500 Wh Battery

STEVENS uses batteries with a huge 500 Watt-hour capacity in all its top-notch pedelecs for up to 215 km of range.

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Boost-Standard fork

What is right for the rear wheel is even more important at the front wheel - because steering precision matters.

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Boost Rear Axle Spacing

Boost Rear Axle Spacing

Since model year 2016 the axle spacing in the rear stays of all STEVENS fullies adhere to the new "Boost" standard.

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Bosch/Shimano eShift

Via the eShift interface Bosch motor and Di-2 shifting work like magic.

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Tapered Seat Tube

Increases riding comfort and provides stiffness and drive-train efficiency.

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Speed sensor integrated in the dropout

Rear left, well hidden …

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Semi-integrated battery

This is what successful integration looks like.

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Tapered Steerer

Tapered Steerer / Tapered Headtube

Riders benefit from noticeably higher steering precision, almost without weight penalty.

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Abus YourPlus™

One key, any number of locks - for battery and frame lock as well as additional locks for connecting the valuable e-bike.

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Triple Butted, Double Butted

For light and stable frame: Frame tubes with thinner walls in the middle and thicker walls at the ends.

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QR15 Front Thru-Axle

QR15 Front Thru-Axle

The most useful method to fix the front wheel to the (suspension) fork.

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E-thru Rear Axle

Thru-axle standard from Shimano for extra stiff rear triangles and precision in brake disc alignement.

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Hydroforming

A bonus in steering precision and longevity.

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500 Wh Battery

This will decide success or failure of e-mobility. That's why STEVENS uses batteries with a huge 500 Watt-hour capacity in all its top-notch pedelecs for up to 215 km of range (according to the manufacturer, please refer to the Bosch range calculator for more exact results). This is possible even without a weight penalty: Compared to the old PowerPack 400, the new Bosch PowerPack 500 is just 100 grams heavier. This huge "fuel tank" is our premier recommendation for pedelec riders who don't shy away from the hilliest of itineraries.

Boost-Standard Fork

What is right for the rear wheel is even more important at the front wheel - because steering precision matters. This is why STEVENS uses suspension forks and hubs with extra wide axle spacing for this bike. These 110mm of axle spacing are called "Boost" or "Plus" and stand for lots of added lateral stiffness plus space for extra wide studded tires.

Boost Rear Axle Spacing

This bike adheres to the "Boost" standard with 148 mm axle spacing. And there are good reasons for that. Rear wheel stiffness increases by 20 % which is especially beneficial in large 29" wheels. And there is more space for voluminous studded tires to give you more control and fun an the trail.

Bosch/Shimano eShift

Here two world market leaders collaborated to help pedelec riders have more fun. Via the eShift interface Bosch motor and Di-2 shifting work like magic. Instead of waiting for the command from the rider they automatically shift to the optimal gear smoothly and fast as lightning - always to keep the pre-selected preferred cadence. And when stopping on a red light the system will automatically shift to a pre-selected gear.

Tapered Seat Tube

The seat tube tapers from top to bottom. At the top it fits a slim seatpost that offers some flex and therefore increases comfort especially when riding over rough ground. At the bottom the large diameter nicley flows into the bottom bracket shell and downtube to provide great stiffness and drivetrain efficiency.

Speed sensor integrated in the dropout

Speed sensor integrated in the dropout

This view is only available when the rear wheel is removed - otherwise the sensor, which gives the e-bike drive system the decisive information about the current speed, is perfectly integrated and well protected in the rear left dropout. The not so rare error that the incorrectly positioned spoke magnet slows down the motor support is thus combated very effectively.

Semi-integrated battery

Semi-integrated battery

This is what successful integration looks like: A Bosch PowerPack battery is concealed under this matt black cover, which is harmoniously adapted to the shape of the frame - optimally protected from the weather and cold, so it is clean and dry and can be easily recharged in the office or home, even after riding in the rain.

Tapered Steerer / Tapered Headtube

Fork shaft (or steerer tube) and head tube are tapered, meaning their diameter increases from top to bottom resulting in a conical shape. The diameter needs to be bigger at the bottom since this is where higher stress is applied - especially when the bike has a higher total weight due to luggage or an e-drive and battery. Also tapered steerers feature a smoother force transfer (like forces caused by hard braking) to the downtube than forks with a continuous 1 1/8" diameter.

Abus YourPlus™

Abus YourPlus™

One key, any number of locks - the Abus "YourPlus™" program makes it possible to get keyed-alike locks with Plus lock cylinder. This is practical especially with e-bikes, as there are several locks on the bike: on the battery, as a frame lock and optionally an additional lock for connecting the bike to a fence or the like. Thanks to Abus YourPlus™ they can all be operated with a single key.

Triple Butted, Double Butted

Meaning a frame tube has three or two different wall thicknesses along its length. Triple butted (TB) is the usual technology with STEVENS high-quality frames.
Tubes with different wall thicknesses are optimally adjusted to certain ways of manufacturing or to withstand specific loads. Where the highest loads occur or where tubes are welded, walls are the thickest. Butted tubes allow frame weight to be lower by several hundred grams.

QR15 Front Thru-Axle

"15" stands for the diameter in millimeters, "QR" for quick release. Combined they are the most useful method to fix the front wheel to the (suspension) fork. With convincing advantages: high stiffness, precise positioning of the brake disc and super-easy handling. So STEVENS specs almost all its mountain bikes and even high-quality trekking bikes, cross bikes and pedelecs with a thru-axle. Additionally, especially with 29" MTBs axle spacing is increased from 100 to 110 mm which makes the design even stiffer.

E-thru Rear Axle

E-thru Rear Axle at E-Cayolle

This abbreviation stands for Shimano's thru-axle standard for rear stays that integrates a thread into the dropout. As a result, the 12mm thru axle provides outstanding rear triangle stiffness and utmost precision in brake disc alignement to prevent annoying brake rub.

Hydroforming

Using water pressure aluminium tubes are transformed from their original round shape into their ideal shape determined by STEVENS engineers and designers.

Test Reports

Logo Testsieg in My Bike!

Testsieg in My Bike!

06/2018

The Stevens impresses with a secure ride and uncomplicated handling, even on challenging terrain.
Logo Komforttipp fürs E-Cayolle+

Komforttipp fürs E-Cayolle+

01/2018

Thanks to Plus tires and a long wheelbase, the E-Cayolle offers the greatest security and the best climbing ability in test.

Geometry

schematische Skizze eines Fahrrades mit eingezeichneten Geometrie-Messpunkten

Frame height (") 14 16 18 20 22 Measuring mode
Wheelsize (") 27,5 29 29 29 29  
Seattube length A1 654 675 679 689 707 nominal
Seattube length A2 356 406 457 508 559 bottom bracket to top of seattube
Seattube length A3 324 366 392 418 443 bottom bracket to top of top tube
Top tube length B 567 579 592 612 631  
Top tube horizontal C 560 580 600 625 650 center headtube to center seatpost/seattube
Headtube angle (°) D 68 68 68 68 68,5  
Seattube angle (°) E 74,5 74,5 74,5 74,5 74  
Wheelbase F 1119 1149 1169 1196 1210  
Chainstay length G 450 465 465 465 465  
Headtube length H 115 120 125 135 150  
Bottom bracket drop I 55 70 70 70 70 distance of bottom bracket to hub level*
Bottom bracket height K 309 308 308 308 308 distance to ground*
Fork rake L 51 51 51 51 51  
Slope M 314 287 272 257 250 top tube level distance front to rear
Wheel radius N 364 378 378 378 378 incl. tires
Standover height O 719 754 772 793 814 top of top tube to ground**
Fork build height P 523 523 523 523 523 incl. lower headset cups*
Front wheel - bottom bracket Q 675 692 713 739 753  
Reach R 385 400 419 441 454 center bottom bracket to center headtube, horizontal
Stack S 630 650 655 664 680 center bottom bracket to center headtube, vertical
Stack/Reach (1:x)   1,64 1,63 1,56 1,51 1,50 ratio stack to reach
Seatpost diameter   30,9 30,9 30,9 30,9 30,9  
Stem length   60 60 70 80 90 center-center
Stem angle (°)   6 6 6 6 6  
Handlebar diameter   31,8 31,8 31,8 31,8 31,8  
Assembled spacers   5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5  
Handlebar width   740 740 740 740 740  
Cranklength   170 170 170 170 170  
    14 16 18 20 22  

* Values measured with rider on board and slightly compressed front fork / rearshock (regular riding position)

** measured 1/3 from seattube and 2/3 from headtube, fork and rearshock not compressed (static)

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