Pole Voima 190mm Travel EMTB

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Just arrived with me, what an impact this has as soon as you see it!

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Any sizing related questions or posts should be made in the relevant thread,Thankyou.

 
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Rob Rides EMTB

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How fat is it?
Not sure yet. I’ll weigh mine when it’s built.

The way they ship them is smart, in 2 boxes. The first box, a real small footprint box, which contains the frame and all other parts, and a second box containing the wheels and tyres.

frame, fork, motor, battery, bars, grips, charger etc etc in this single small box:
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dobbyhasfriends

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Not sure yet. I’ll weigh mine when it’s built.

The way they ship them is smart, in 2 boxes. The first box, a real small footprint box, which contains the frame and all other parts, and a second box containing the wheels and tyres.

frame, fork, motor, battery, bars, grips, charger etc etc in this single small box:
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you are not bloody helping..
that shits giving me a boner !
 

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Not sure yet. I’ll weigh mine when it’s built.

The way they ship them is smart, in 2 boxes. The first box, a real small footprint box, which contains the frame and all other parts, and a second box containing the wheels and tyres.

frame, fork, motor, battery, bars, grips, charger etc etc in this single small box:
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How many bikes have they sent?
 

Mteam

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nice paintjob, but the frame itself is really ugly (IMO!).

website says the weight is between 23-25kg depending on build spec.

Just had a look on the website, and they are selling it as frame only (inc motor and battery) as well as a complete build, which is pretty good, I think they're the only 'mainstream' e bike vendor to do this?
 
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jbrown15

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After looking more into the specs Pole says you have to run a 190mm or 200mm fork with this frame. I can’t help but feel like they missed the mark a little bit designing the frame to not have a 180mm rear travel option letting people run a 180mm front fork.

saying that the frame will only work with a 190mm or 200mm travel front fork really limits your options for forks.

Of course I could be off on my thinking.
 
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militantmandy

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I am sure it's a good bike to ride. However, I would never buy a Pole:

There is basically an entire facebook page dedicated to how bad their customer service is and there seems to be a disproportionate number of failures
It's mind-bendingly ugly (subjective I appreciate)
I would not want to put my money in Leo's pocket
 

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