Evari, a mobility start-up company in the U.K., operates on three core principles of innovation, detailed design, and rider engagement with a focus on products and production techniques creating a sustainable future. The company’s latest e-bike, the Evari 856, supports the company’s stated goals and offers riders a high-end riding experience.

Evari describes the Evari 856 as a high-end electric bike featuring a monocoque carbon frame, total electronic integration, and titanium components that is produced using the finest materials and components, which are easy to service and should last longer for the owner.

Beyond the Evari 856’s monocoque carbon fiber frame, the commuter e-bike features a Bosch Performance Line drive and titanium components. The e-bike’s fork, seat post, wheel rims, handlebars, motor cover, top tube cover, stem, and Praxis Carbon crank arms are all also constructed of carbon fiber composites.

Weighing only 17.8 kg even with the powerful Bosch Performance Line drive and with a Bosch PowerTube 500 battery, the Evari 856 has a range of up to 43 miles per charge. Power is sent to the back wheel by a low-maintenance, clean Gates Carbon Drive belt system. Two versions of the Evari 856 will be available offering riders a single-speed hub or a Rohloff E14 speed hub with 14 gears.

The Evari 856 comes with integrated Supernova lighting, wide, low-profile 29-inch carbon fiber rims wrapped in Vittoria Terreno tires, and Magura MT4 hydraulic disc brakes. A Bosch Kiox display for showing key ride metrics is included in the carbon fiber console on the top tube.

Plans call for the Evari 856 to be available in August 2022 along with an iOS app including navigation tools, ride computer functionality, and more.