Trek's next generation of electirc mountain bikes were unveiled and released into the wild this week - if you're eagle eyed you might have already spotted our review of the Powerfly 9 FS Plus, which our man Dave Atkinson liked very much.
The full range of mountain bikes features three new models, the Powerfly FS - that stands for full suspension - the Powerfly LT - which features 150mm long travel suspension - and the traditional hardtail Powerfly.
Each model comes in a range of 2-3 options which vary in price point. The major diffentiating factors between, say the Powerfly 9 FS Plus and the Powerfly 8 FS Plus, are the drivetrain and suspension. We'll go into more detail than that further down, though.
All of the new bikes released this week feature Alpha Platinum Aluminium frames, and Bosch's excellent Performance CX mid motor drive systems.
Each bike will have 75Nm of torque at push of a pedal, giving riders the freedom to explore off-road environments to their hearts content.
All of the bikes you read about here today are available at Trek dealers, and directly from the Trek online store now.
Trek's Powerfly LT Series
Trek's most expensive member of the Powerfly family is the Powerfly 9 LT Plus.
If you check out our review of the Powerfly 9 FS Plus, our main man Dave Atkinson said that if he was in the market for a Trek Powerfly he would be seriously considering splashing out the extra outlay for the LT over the FS model.
Why? Well, the LT features 150mm of long travel suspension - specifically RockShox's Pike RC fork - with the Deluxe RT3 RE:Aktiv RockShox rear suspension to match.
Alongside that the 9 model comes with SRAM's e-bike specific EX1 drivetrain which works fantastically well with the Bosch motor system to provide fantastically clean and crisp shifts.
If we move down the range to the only other LT model, the Powerfly 8 LT Plus you're looking at RockShox's Yari RL front fork, and Shimano's excellent yet non-e-bke specific Deore XT M800 11-speed drivetrain.
While these are a certain downgrade, as you'd expect for a £375 price drop, the overall package is still an excellent one.
Trek's Powerfly FS series
Having already rolled out of ebiketips central with a 9/10, the Trek Powerfly 9 FS Plus is pretty high on our most-wanted list.
The rest of the range isn't too shabby either.
As you can read by following the link to our review above, we found the Powefly 9 FS Plus's entire set-up to be to our liking. The RockShox Pike fork with 130mm travel felt like plenty, coupled with the 2.8" Bontrager Chupacabra tyres, and the SRAM EX1 groupset perfomed excellently.
As we move down the range, as is to be expected the componentry changes.
In the 8 FS Plus, gone is the SRAM groupset, replaced by Shimano's 11-speed Deore XT groupset. The same goes for the Powerfly 7 FS, but the 5 FS uses a Shimano Altus M370 9-speed set-up to keep things moving.
The RockShox Pike fork is replaced by a Rock Shox Yari RL fork in the 8 FS Plus, while in the 7 FS and 5 FS you'll be using RockShox's Sektor Silver RL fork - each retains the 130mm of travel that Trek deem necessary.
Each model retains Bosch's fantastic Performance CX mid motor drive system, yet the FS 9 Plus is the only one to take advantage of Bosch's new Purion display. The rest use the system's Intuvia module.
Trek's hardtail Powerfly series
Finally, Trek's Powerfly series, the traditionalist's playground.
The Powerfly differntiates itself from its more expensive brothers through its lack of rear suspension - hense, hardtail.
The Powerfly range is the only one for Trek's 2017 models to offer a women's only selection, which features geometry more suited to female bodies.
Just like the FS and LT's top-end models, the Powerfly 9 features RockShox's Pike front suspension system - this time with only 100mm of travel - alongside SRAM's EX1 8-speed groupset.
The 7 model, in both the men's and women's versions, feature Shimano's Deore XT 11-speed set up and RockShox's Reba RL fork, which also features 100mm of travel.
Meanwhile the 5 models use Shimano's 9-speed Altus M370 shifters with an Alivio rear derailleur, and RockShox's Recon Silver fork.
Once again, only the 9 will use Bosch's Purion display, while the others will have the Intuvia system manning their cockpits.