The Ducati MIG-S is an All Mountain for those looking for an agile, performing and fun e-mtb.
In the 2021 version it is equipped with the proven Shimano Steps E8000 motor and a new Shimano battery that guarantees 26% more energy than the previous version. This battery has been positioned below the downtube to improve the overall handling of the E-bike.
The Ducati MIG-S with 150mm travel at the front and 140 rear, thanks to high-level components (Marzocchi Bomber Z2 fork, Fox Float TPS rear shock, 4-calipers Sram Guide T brakes, 29” Thok e-plus rims at the front and 27.5" rear, 12 speeds Sram SX transmission 11-50) it is an e-mtb that will allow you to explore any trail with a unique ride-ability. Its geometries are designed to safely face both the most demanding climbs and the roughest descents. Equipped with Shimano Steps E8000 engine and 630Wh Shimano battery positioned below the down tube to improve handling.
The graphics realized by Aldo Drudi’s D-Perf enhance the lines of the hydroformed aluminum frame.
The Ducati MIG-S is ready to take you on all your off-road adventures.
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