Rotwild has planned something quite special for next season and will offer three team replica bikes of the successful Rotwild AMG teams. The fully feathered R.R2 FS 29 and a racing bike, as well as a hardtail. In addition, Rotwild presents us with a very interesting E-Mountainbike fleet based on the popular trail bikes Q1 and E1 (More information here).
The trail bikes (Q1, X1 and E1 have received detail improvements and a weight reduction up to 500g.

Siegerbike! Mit dem Rotwild R.R2 wurden bereits Weltmeister, Europameister und Deutsche Meister Titel gefeiert.
Winner bike! The Rotwild R.R2 has become world champion, European champion and German champion.

World cup technology is now available in production bikes because of the R.R2 Team Replica Bike. The bike is 5 – 10% lighter than the standard bike because of a carbon frame. It will be available for €6999.

Die Shimano XTR Schaltung sorgt für schnelle und präzise Gangwechsel.
The Shimano XTR drive train guarantees fast and precise changes of gear.
Das Fahrwerk des Race-Bikes kommt von DT Swiss
The race bike’s chassis is from DT Swiss.
Vortrieb pur: Via Lenkerhebel lassen sich die Federelemente blockieren.
Pure drive.

The frames won’t be changed next season, but Rotwild managed to reduce the total weight by 500g. The E1 will be available in two versions for €3999 and €4999, as well as a frame set for €2199.

Das Rotwild E1 in der Performance Variante wird 4.999€ kosten.
The Rotwild E1 as a performance version will be priced at €4999.
Die SRAM X01 Kurbel spart verglichen mit einem 2-fach Antrieb ordentlich Gewicht.
The SRAM X01 cranks save a lot of weight in comparison to a 2×10 drive.
Die vielen farblich passend eloxierten Parts ergeben ein stimmiges Gesamtbild.
The total picture of the bike is in harmony because of all the fitting colours.
In der Front kommt die potente Fox 36 Federgabel zum Einsatz.
The powerful Fox 36 fork is used at the front.

Because Rotwild’s bikes have differentiated themselves by only 1cm of travel, the Dieburgers have invented the Bike-Navigator, which should help the customer with the choice of the right bike.

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Text & Photos: Christoph Bayer

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