ST Bicycle, a Florida based specialist pedal-assisted electric bike manufacturer, introduces one of the lightest, most agile electric mountain bikes on the market. The lightweight Karma42 uses a 3K weave carbon fiber technology that gives the bike a big advantage on the trail — durability and high form stability. Even with the efficient 36V motor and the durable 11.6Ah Lithium battery, the bike weighs only 42 pounds, allowing the battery to power the bike in heavy terrain for approximately 42 miles on one full charge.

The Karma42 incorporates the latest technology; a high-tech on-board computer, a SHIMANO crank and derailleurs as well as other carbon-based features. Tektro Hydraulic disk brakes and an innovative “T-Angular” tube design frame make the Karma42 more durable and efficient — qualities found in most high-end mountain bikes.

“Our new Karma42 electric bike is probably the most advanced carbon fiber pedal-assist mountain bike on the market today,” says Thomas Steinbacher of ST Bicycle. “For those looking for a light, agile and cutting-edge electric bike, I doubt you can find anything better than this one.”

The mountain bike comes with a 26” full carbon fiber frame and is also available in a 16” or 18” version according to the customer’s body height. The Karma42 will be available for approximately $4,000 at selected retailers.

[FPRC]