Ghost Square Cross B1.8 E-bike - Unisex
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Since about 1880, bikes have been pretty cool, and a little battery power and speed gives them a quantum leap forward. With an electric bike, you can commute by bike more often, explore your city, ride to neighbouring towns and conquer fiendishly steep hills. Ghost has put years of experience and testing into these urban/commuter e-bikes. The Square Cross B1.8 is a fast, clean option that can reach speeds of 32km/h without making you too sweaty. Start pedalling and the motor kicks in to assist, and you can adjust the amount of extra power you want. The fork has 63mm of travel to smooth out potholes and rough gravel and the reliable Shimano Altus shifters will keep you rolling smoothly. Bottom line: the Square Cross B1.8 is a super-speedy ride, no spandex required.
- Aluminum frame offers strength, lightness and comfort at a reasonable cost.
- SR Suntour fork provides 63mm of travel to make gravel roads feel like asphalt.
- Bosch Active Line drive unit provides assistance up to 32km/h.
- Bosch PowerPack 400 lithium-ion battery offers 400Wh of energy.
- Battery charges from 0 to 100% in only 3.5 hours.
- Bosch Purion on-board computer displays.
- Remote control and display is at your fingertips.
- 4 pedal-assist levels adjust for longer range or faster speed (you have to pedal to get power from the motor).
- Walk assistance mode makes pushing easier.
- Shimano Altus shifter and 9-speed derailleur.
- Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide confident stopping power in all conditions.
- Alex TD19 rims laced on Formula hubs provide the durability and strength needed for e-bikes.
- Durable Kenda Flint Ridge tires provides low rolling resistance.
- Ghost stem, handlebars, seatpost and saddle.
- Distance on a charge varies by speed, assistance level, wind, hills, road surface, frequency of starting and stopping, gearing, weight carried and pedal cadence; expect somewhere between 25 and 150km.
- Bikes are covered by MEC's Rocksolid Guarantee and Bike Service Agreement. You can bring your bike to any MEC Bike Shop for free adjustments and minor maintenance for a year after purchase.
- Ghost Bikes are designed in Waldsassen, Germany. Every model reflects a deep passion for cycling and meticulous attention to detail.
|Frame||Ghost Square Cross aluminum|
|Fork||SR Suntour NEX|
|Stem||Ghost Square 31.8mm|
|Seatpost||Ghost light DC 1|
|Handlebars||Ghost Low Rizer 31.8mm|
|Drive unit||Bosch Active Line|
|Battery||Bosch PowerPack 400|
|Assistance type||Pedal assist|
|Display Unit||Bosch Purion|
|Charge time||3.5 h|
|Max assisted speed||32km/h|
Watt-hours let you compare battery pack energy across bike brands, since they use different voltage and amp-hour measurements. Watt-hours = volts x amp-hours.
Range per charge
Varies depending on the terrain, wind, temperature, rolling resistance, weight on the bike and average speed.
|Drive unit power||250W|
Mechanical disc brakes are more powerful than rim brakes, but less powerful than hydraulic brakes.
|Tektro HD-T285 (hydraulic disc)|
|Brake levers||Tektro HD-T285|
|Derailleur (rear)||Shimano Altus|
|Crank + rings||Samox EC-33-F5-BNI 38T|
|Hub (front)||Formula DC20|
The hub affects a bike’s rolling efficiency. Internally geared hubs require significantly less maintenance.
Cassettes with a smaller range allow you to go faster; a bigger range makes climbing hills easier.
|Shimano CS-HG200 9-speed 11-34T|
|Tires||Kenda Flintridge 700 x 40|
How to measure
- Standover (J)
- Distance from the ground surface to the top of the top tube. Measured at the mid-point of the top tube, or where the rider would be standing when straddling the bike. This measurement should be 2-3cm shorter than your inseam.