Do you even enduro, bro? The brand-new Stereo Hybrid 160 HPC TM means you've no excuse not to. Combining the smooth, tractable power of Bosch's fourth-generation drive system with a box-fresh frame, Fox suspension and Sram's 12-speed transmission, it's got the aggressive geometry and progressive suspension kinematics you need to smash the descents and the gear range and power to get you back up the climbs faster than ever. We threw all our Enduro World Series experience at the new frame design, combined with our engineering team's carbon construction know-how and years of figuring out how to get the best from Bosch's drive systems. The result is pretty special. The carbon main frame's Modular Battery System hides the Bosch power unit inside the down tube, protected from impact, dirt and water ingress by a shock-resistant, quick-release cover with a built-in, hidden lock. Read more... It's not just neat, it's also a higher capacity battery than before, which means you can ride further, faster and harder than before. The Boost 148 rear end, oversized bearings and large 1.5in steerer all contribute to razor-sharp handling, no matter how hard you ride. And there's even room for a bottle cage mount, so you can pack extra hydration or a tool kit for those long days out in the mountains. A Fox Float DPX2 Performance shock with trunnion mount pairs with a Fox 36 Float Performance fork for controlled, smooth and progressive boulder-chewing suspension performance, while Magura's MT7 hydraulic disc brakes with 203mm rotors and Schwalbe Magic Mary and Hans Dampf Super Gravity tyres running on Fulcrum E-Metal wheels ensure you're always in full control. And as for drive, you've got seamless Bosch assistance delivered via Sram's positive-shifting, wide-ranging NX Eagle 12-speed gearset. We even included a remote dropper post, so you're all out of excuses for not riding that new, tight and steep line. Add it all up and it means one thing: the Stereo Hybrid 160 HPC TM has got your back, bro.