Haibike Nduro 7, the new Enduro e-bike with Yamaha PW-X3 engine

Haibike is one of the three German brands controlled by Accell Group, one of the two Dutch multinationals in the cycle. Anyone who has always gone to Eurobike knows that they were the first to fill their mega stands with electric bicycles, when the e-bike phenomenon had not yet exploded.

Now they find themselves elbowing with fierce competition and are famous for having the “monstre” engine, the Flyon with 120 Nm of torque but in their extensive catalog they have e-mtb models equipped with both the new Bosch Smart System and the new engine. from Yamaha e-Bike Systems, the PW-X3.

Haibike Nduro 7 - 2022


One of the novelties of Haibike’s 2022 catalog is the new Nduro 7 which is an Enduro e-mountain bike with an aluminum alloy frame, 180 mm front and rear suspension, 29-inch front wheel equipped with a Schwalbe Magic Mary tire. 2.4 ” while on the rear we find a 27.5 ” wheel and a 2.6 ” tire.

Reading the geometry sheet we discover that the Nduro 7 has a 460 mm long rear stay (chainstays), 63.5 ° head angle, 77 ° inclined seat tube and 455 mm reach (size M). we saw it in Rimini at the Italian Bike Festival.

Haibike Nduro 7 - 2022


This new Nduro 7 chassis was designed around Yamaha’s new engine, the PW-X3. Compared to the previous model (PW-X2) it is 20% more compact, lighter (2.75 versus 3.1 kg) and is a bit more powerful as it reaches a peak of 85 Nm versus 80 Nm.

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Yamaha PW-X3 e-bike engine

In practice it reaches the same maximum torque as the rivals Shimano EP8 and Bosch Performance Line CX but the Japanese evidently focused more on fluidity in delivery than on power. They added an automatic pedal assist mode which they called Automatic Support. Sensing the cyclist’s thrust on the pedal and evaluating the variation of the terrain, the control unit automatically chooses between Eco, Standard and High-Performance modes, those which at that juncture are the ideal to deliver.

Yamaha Interface X

The Yamaha PW-X3 on the Haibike Nduro 7 is powered by a 750 Wh Intube battery, has the new led display Interface X that we find in the center of the handlebar while the remote control that we find on the left is minimal, it allows you to go back and forth (up and down) in the functions and also to activate the Walk mode, when you have to push our e- bike.


Haibike sells this new Nduro 7 for 5,499 euros equipped with the Shimano SLX M7100 drivetrain, with their The Crank +++ crankset which we think is aesthetically beautiful, the chainring has 36 teeth. The suspension department is entrusted to the Performance series by Fox, 38 fork and Float X2 shock absorber, French rims (Mavic E-Deemax) with 30 mm internal channel while the brakes are Magura M7 with 203 mm discs.


Haibike Nduro 7 - 2022

Motor: Yamaha, PW-X3, 250 Wh, 85 Nm

Battery: InTube, 750 Wh

Display: Yamaha, Interface – X

Fork: Fox Performance 38, Air, 180 mm travel

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Shock absorber: Fox Performance Float X2, Air, Trunnion Mount

Crankset:  Haibike Components, The Crank +++, 36t

Change: Shimano SLX M7100 at 12 speeds

Cassette: Shimano M6100 10-51t

Brakes: Magura, MT7 with 4 pistons, 203 mm discs

Tires: Schwalbe Magic Mary Evo TLE, 29 x 2.4; posteriore Schwalbe, Big Betty Evo Gravity, 65-584, 27.5 x 2.6”

Wheels: Mavic, E- Deemax

Handlebar: Haibike Components, TheBar +++, 780 mm

Handlebar stem: Haibike Components, TheStem 2, A-head, 31.8 mm

Saddle: Fi’zi:k, Terra Aidon X5-160

TelescopicO: Haibike Components, Dropper-Post Remote 34.9, Aluminium, 34.9 mm

Price: 5.499 euro

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