As part of a triple launch, Sonder has unveiled two gravel bikes. The El Camino takes pride of place as the brand's first-ever e-gravel bike and the Sedona fills the gap for a titanium-framed gravel race bike. Here's everything you need to know.
Starting with the El Camino, it takes the foundation laid by the well-received Camino gravel bike and pairs it with Kynamic's BC250 drive system in a bid to create a bike that can take riders further than ever. It's sorted with a 250Wh battery while outputting 250W and 45Nm of torque. Sonder reckons that it can take you up to 70km with the motor cranked to 100% power output while weighing just 3kg more than its non-pedal assist counterpart.
The El Camino's motor is complemented with an integrated control panel and there are three power settings to scroll through.
On top of that, Sonder's new e-gravel bike is complete with multiple bottle cage and rack mounts, an Alpha EX wheelset, and plenty of tyre clearance, says the brand.
Claiming that it's built for Britain's B-roads, the El Camino is sorted with a 420mm reach on a large frame, as well as a 69-degree head angle, a 74-degree seat tube angle and a 440mm chainstay.
Joining the El Camino in Sonder's number of fresh releases is the Sedona which takes a vastly different persona. It's still a gravel bike, but it's designed to be a high-performance gravel race bike. The brand says that it's a more aggressive take on the Camino that's built around a hydroformed titanium frame with stiffness and compliance added where it's needed. Sonder also says that it can fit up to a 45mm tyre.
As for geometry, a large bike is graced with a 410mm reach, a 584.4mm top tube, a 71.5-degree head tube angle, and a 74-degree seat tube angle.
There are several Sedona builds available with prices starting at £2,100 for the frame and carbon fork, and that goes up to £3,700 for the top-spec Force1 AXS XPLR build.
As for the El Camino prices start at £2,700 for the Apex1 Flat Bar build and go up to £3,400 for the Force1 Hydraulic spec.
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