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AC NX/GX Eagle Complete e-bike
DeVinci builds the AC NX/GX Eagle Complete e-bike as a slack and aggressive long-travel bike that will take you deeper into technical trails. Think of it as a pedal-assist Spartan that quickly makes mincemeat out of the climbs and flat sections of the trail while serving up the descents to you while you're a fresher rider. It's constructed of the same Optimum G04 aluminum that's used on its high-performance mountain bikes, made in-house in DeVinci's Chicoutimi factory. Add to that Shimano's powerful STEPS E8000 motor and battery system and you have a bike that can tackle the most demanding trails.
The AC, like all of DeVinci's full suspension bikes, uses Dave Weagle's Split Pivot rear suspension platform governing the travel from its FOX DHX2 Factory rear shock, while up front, a FOX Float 36 Performance Elite front fork soaks up the hits. Travel is set at 170mm at the rear and 180mm up front. When the terrain gets steep and the speeds are high, you'll enjoy the stability that comes from the notably slack 65-degree head angle along with generous reach numbers helping you push your limits. The AC also receives DeVinci's FRG adjustable technology letting you choose a high or low geometry position that alters the bottom bracket height, head tube, and seat tube angle for your personal riding style and terrain.
Additional comfort, confidence, and grip are supplied from the high-volume 27.5 x 2.8-inch Maxxis plus tires that absolutely steamroll root lattice climbs and claws for traction on loose kitty litter over hardpack conditions. All things considered, the AC provides both the newer and more experienced rider with the ability to extend your rides and get you to places you may not have thought possible.
The Shimano STEPS E8000 motor provides the pedal assist, helping to level the steepest climbs, and preventing you from tiring out too quickly. There are three modes to choose from: Eco, Trail, and Boost. Eco delivers the least amount of power and consequently the longest range at 62 miles. It's ideal for those long trail ride days or when you're making a conscious effort to save power. Trail is the most usable mode for normal trail riding, progressively ramping up the power as you increase your pedaling cadence. Boost mode is quite powerful, providing considerable pedal-assistance for speeds up to 20mph. The computer display on the handlebar lets you easily switch between these modes, and shows you the current mode as well as your speed. With Shimano's E8020 battery integrated into the AC's downtube, you'll have juice for up to 47 miles of riding in Trail mode, or 31 miles if you go full-bore in Boost mode between charges.
- DeVinci's enduro e-bike designed to help you ride further
- Shimano STEPS E8000 motor provides pedal assist up to 20mph
- Three power modes to choose from: Eco, Trail, and Boost
- Compact E8020 battery powers you for up to 62 miles in Eco mode
- 170mm of Split Pivot rear travel tames the terrain
- FOX suspension eats up big hits and provides traction
- Long and slack geometry increases confidence at speed
- The aluminum frame is handmade in Canada and backed by a lifetime warranty
- Item #DVN001C
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Let's get right to it. I am not a fan of e-bikes. I am a crusty old mountain biker that thinks "if you cannot pedal to the top, then you shouldn't be there"
Whenever I see an e-bike something inside me is triggered and I do not have kind thoughts. But then I see things that make me rethink my attitude, old guys out for a trail ride with their racer kids, or a Dad taking his 10 year old out for a long day on the trails and I think, "Yeah, I think these have a place". The AC is a riot. I took it out for a ride and couldn't help but grin the whole time. It isn't light, and you can feel that in tighter corners while descending, but it really wasn't an issue and you learn to adapt your pre corner breaking pretty quick. The Shimano STEPS motor and battery are pretty dialed. I am by no means a connoisseur of e-bike motors but I can say that this was very easy to use and the readout is easy to interperet as well.
For me, I would give it 4 stars, I live in Utah where MTB trails are abundant, but I would for sure buy one if I lived in an area where the trails were more Moto oriented. This for sure provides more of a workout than riding a moto unless you are always riding at race pace (I used to moto quite a bit, KTM 125SX in case you are wondering) This would be a blast if most of your trails were extra steep and long. I would highly recommend the Devinci AC if you are in the market for an e-bike that can handle some gnarly terrain.