EUNORAU Spectre- ST review: Comfort and excess on two wheels

by Mikey G

The Spectre-ST is yet another step forward for the once small e-bike company EUNORAU. Somehow, they managed to make a very stable step-through electric mountain bike with a great deal of equipment weight while keeping the price reasonable.

EUNORAU Spectre-ST Tech Specs Motor: Bafang M620 1000w Electric Engagement: Throttle, Torque Based Pedal Assist Battery: 48v 14Ah (17Ah Upgrade Available) Optional Battery Upgrade: Additional 48v 14Ah or 17Ah Frame: 6061 Aluminum Alloy Dual Air Suspension

EUNORAU Spectre-ST Tech Specs (Cont'd) Gearing: Sram NX 1×11, 11-42T Casette Tires: 27.5″ x 3″ Brakes: 180mm Hydraulic Disc Top Speed: 30mph Weight: 79lbs Extras: Integrated Front Headlight, Separate Taillight

But the truth is, this is the next evolution in a sense that this also houses a dual-battery setup as well as full suspension. Combine that with the amazing 1000W motor, and you’ve got a serious contender on your hands.

The frame itself seems to be made of pretty decent quality construction, which is likely due to the high class facility Eunorau makes these in. The frame is svelte, so you would be forgiven if you missed the fact that this does indeed have a rear suspension.

Electrically, the standard battery is set for a sturdy 48v 15ah configuration. If you like, there is a battery upgrade to take it to 17ah, or you could get the dual-battery setup, which I have here. I would estimate that the dual-battery setup should easily grab you 60 miles of range on a full charge.