Skoda, who you may be familiar with off of cars, have launched an entire new bike range... and we think the shining lights are the new e-mountain bikes, including a full suspension model.
Coming in at just over £3,000, the Skoda e-mtb full (it doesn't appear to have a catchy name yet) has a Shimano Steps E7000 drive system and 130mm of travel front and rear. The tyres are 2.6“ wide, and there are 17", 19" and 21" frame sizes. The frame is 6061 aluminium with an FSF 1° down tube battery integrated into it.
The hardtail model comes in at just over £2,600 according to our CZK to GDP conversion, and similarly has a 6061 frame and uses the Shimano STEPS system. It has a low bottom bracket drop for better handling and 120mm of travel at the front.
Head over to Skoda's web shop for more info on the bikes.