What we like
- quality equipment
- powerful engine
- strong chassis
What we do not like
- not for heavy riders
Class: The most expensive Fully in the test, the Bergamont Contrail C MGN, pulls up with Shimano’s top XTR circuit — but unfortunately only in the 10-speed version, otherwise a bit more power would be on the mountain still in there. Even so, the tangy motor bike drives strong.
The top frosted 29-inch wheels help to create a lot of grip and optimum traction. Something taut, but with good reserves operates the landing gear, plus there’s a lowerable seatpost. A great bike!
Specifications of the test: Bergamont Contrail C MGN
|Price Replacement Battery:||kA|
|Weight battery:||2.4 kg|
|Maximum weight allowed:||120 kg|
|Motor:||Bosch Middle Motor (PL), 250 watts|
|Battery pack:||400 Wh Li-Ion (36 V / 11 Ah)|
|Circuit:||10-speed derailleur Shimano XTR with thumb shifters|
|Brake:||hydraulic disc brakes Shimano XT, 180/180 mm|
|Equipment:||Fork (120 mm), the damper (120 mm), Vario support, 29-inch wheels|
Worth every penny. The smooth-running, exclusively appointed Bergamont Contrail C MGN makes with its strong motor fun. Especially uphill inspire the 29-inch wheels with their grippy tires.