Atala B-Tour A7.1

Being in touch with nature, exploring, discovering, combining relaxation with exercise - only your eBike makes every journey more enjoyable.

Choosing an eco bike to get around the city has a number of significant advantages:

  • It allows you to dodge queues and manoeuvre easily through traffic;
  • It eliminates the problem of finding a parking space in the city, allowing you to reach your point of interest exactly;
  • It gives you access to limited traffic areas;
  • An ebike is economically sustainable: its maintenance and recharging costs are low, especially when compared to those of a car with traditional fuel;
  • An electric city bike is also environmentally sustainable: it does not pollute and it does not make things dirty.
  • All this, of course, in combination with the advantages brought by the convenience of assisted pedalling, which reduces muscular effort to a minimum and allows you, for example, to arrive at your place of work, or return from the supermarket with your shopping, without being tired.

Recharging an electric bike is simple, convenient and quick (just a few hours): it can be done practically anywhere with a normal battery charger connected to a conventional power socket. By charging it at night, for example, you will find your electric ebike fully charged the next morning.

In addition to this, ebikes are also an excellent resource for people who are not particularly fit and want to take a trip out of town, into the hills, into the mountains or into parks and nature reserves. E-bikes make it possible for people without any specific athletic training to cover many kilometres.

In addition, the intensity of pedal assistance can be set to suit your needs and preferences, and depending on the type of route. The only thing that needs to be taken into account is that the ebike needs to be recharged by at least 50% for very long distances.

For a mountain ride in eco mode, for example, the battery lasts about 4 hours, so you should plan to stop and recharge, perhaps when you stop for lunch. The battery indicator will show you the charging status of your eco bike.

Mechanical specifications

  • Frame: Alu 700C, hydroformed, integrated battery, custom tubing, Internal routing, Forged interface
  • Fork: Suntour NEX-E25, 63mm, Coil, Lockout or Zoom 187D, 29", 65mm, Coil, Lockout
  • Headset: Acros AZF-585, 1.5 mm, Internal routing
  • Crankset: FSA, 38T
  • Shifters: Shimano Alivio RD-M3100 SGS, Shadow
  • Shifters: Shimano Altus SL-M2010 Rapidfire, 9s
  • Brakes: Shimano BR-MT200, Rotor SM-RT10 180mm/180mm
  • Sprocket set: Shimano CS-HG200 9s 11/36
  • Pedals: Alu TKK
  • Hubs: Shimano TX505, CL, 32h
  • Rims: Radial L25V, 25x622, eBike ready
  • Stem: Satori Python, 31,8 mm, Adjustable, Internal routing
  • Handlebar: Satori Noirette City, 630 mm
  • Seatpost: Satori Harmony, Suspended, 31.6 mm
  • Saddle: Atala Memory Foam Trekking
  • Tyres: Schwalbe Energizer Active Plus, Punctureguard, TwinSkin, 700x50C
  • Mudguards: SKS A60S
  • Chaincase: SKS Chainbow
  • Luggage rack: Racktime Eco2.0 Imm system
  • Front exterior lights: Herrmans MR GO 120 lumens
  • Rear exterior lights: Axa BlueLine LED Lightguide.

Electrical specifications

  • Electric kit: Bosch Performance
  • Maximum torque: 65 Nm
  • Sensor type: torque
  • Battery: 500 Wh
  • Charger type 2 A
  • Charging time Up to 7.5 hours
  • Max. assisted speed 25 km/h
  • Display PURION
  • Power Eco: 55%; Tour: 120%; Sport: 200%; Turbo: 300.