When Bosch released the CX motor, everyone at Energise E-bikes suddenly got very excited. The uphill power is something special and would make even the most reluctant cyclists into mountain biking addicts. The Lapierre Overvolt AM 6.6 uses the generation 4 Bosch Performance CX motor. With the model year 2021 software update, it offers torque up to 85 Nm, new motor control features and an enhanced eMTB mode. For an exciting riding experience: natural, intuitive, powerful and an absolute benchmark in its class.
Handles All Terrain
The Overvolt's frame stays true to traditional mountain bike geometry giving the rider plenty of clearance while at the same time keeping the centre of gravity as low as possible for ease of handling.
Always Stay in Control
Four-piston hydraulic brakes by Shimano will allow you to stop safely in any scenario and in as short a time as possible after a drop or to reduce your speed before taking a bend. All the smoothness and progressiveness that Shimano brakes are known for.
Summary: An e-bike that shows its real colours on the most technical paths.
As with all our e-bikes, this is available to test-ride. Contact your nearest showroom to reserve your slot.
You can count on the Bosch CX motor to get you to the summit smiling.
Suspension for any situation
Get the right riding position for climbing or descending at the push of a lever.
Key Electric Features:
Bosch Performance CX (gen 4)
Rockshox 35 Gold Rl 15x110MM
Lapierre Shock Trunnion 205x60MM
Shimano Deore 12 Speed
Shimano Disc Brakes
E13 E-spec+ Alloy 160
Shimano 10-51T 12 spd
29 inch Front / 27.5 Rear
Selle Royal VIVO
Lapierre Dropper by JD
About the Lapierre brand
In 1946, Gaston Lapierre started a small bicycle business in Dijon, France (Côte-d’Or - Burgundy), quickly finding success in an industry that was experiencing rapid growth in general.
A regular a-top cycling podia in international competition, Lapierre turned its attention to electric bikes in 2013 with their first Overvolts. All the Lapierre bikes are assembled in France by builders, who sign a Bike Pass that is delivered with each bike, and makes it possible to control quality at every stage of the assembly process.