eStoker

$5,000

Due to limited inventory, we anticipate selling out of our 2021 shipments. A $500 deposit will hold your bike for you until our anticipated delivery in September.
Medium
Black (matte)

50-day, 100-mile trial period!

Easy financing with Klarna

Hassle-free, lifetime warranty

24″ wheels

In our testing, 24″ wheels are the sweet spot between lateral strength, rollability, and a low center of gravity. Simply put, it’s the all-rounder for carrying cargo and kids.

Rigid Chromoly frame

A strong, traditional frame design combined with anti-rust ED coated 4130 Chromoly steel makes this the perfect companion for off-road adventures or pot-holed streets.

Off-road cargo

Bikepacking? Bike Camping? The trail ride home? Check, Check, and check. The Stoker is designed to carry a lot on different terrain.

Description

Description

Saddled up on the Stoker, you’ll still be the one who always shows up to help—whether moving a friend into a new apartment, picking up groceries for Grandma, or helping your pal out on their farm on Saturdays. Never again utter the words, “Sorry, I can’t help out today. I’m on my bike.” This bike wants to work. Load it up, front and back—then load it up some more. 

The Stoker is for you, the Dependable Adventurer. The one who brings the stoke and jams to the school drop-off, but also the two-burner stove and griddle to the Mother’s Day sub-24. And best of all, this bike lets you obey your stoke, wherever it’s calling you—even off the pavement. Combine 24-inch wheels (the sweet spot between lateral strength, rollability, and a low center of gravity) with fat tires, and you’ve got a comfy, cushioned ride even on the gravelliest of gravel. And you thought surfers invented stoke?

The 2021 eStoker comes equipped with the Shimano STEPS EP8 system:

  • The Shimano STEPS EP8 e-bike motor has a top pedal-assist speed of 20 mph and up-to 85 nM of torque for hilly terrain or heavier loads.
  • A single 630 watt-hour battery provides between 30 to 60 miles per charge, depending on conditions, and fully charges in 4 hours.
  • The E5003 cycling computer which gives easy handlebar access to system controls.
  • Learn more about the Shimano STEPS EP8 system here.

Included accessories:

  • Pair of Xtracycle FreeLoader Too (2021) sling bags
  • Pair of Xtracycle U-tube (2021) foot rests
  • Xtracycle KickBack 3 center kickstand
  • Xtracycle Longtail Fenders
  • Front and rear Herrmans lights


An important note about child seats:

If you intend to install a Yepp child seat on the Shimano powered eStoker, you will want to get the Yepp Nexxt Maxi. For a complete list of compatible and incompatible child seats, please see the article on child seats here. For the best position for a child seat on the rear deck, please see this article here.

The Yepp Maxi is not compatible with the Shimano powered eStoker.

Bike geometry

1 Head tube length 7.875" 200 mm
2 Fork length 15.6" 395 mm
3 Fork offset 2.6" 65 mm
4 Seat tube 19" 485 mm
5 Reach 16" 410 mm
6 Stack 22" 560 mm
7 Effective top tube 23.2" 590 mm
8 Actual top tube 22.8" 580 mm
9 Step over height 25.4" 645 mm
10 Chainstay length 31.5" 800 mm
11 Deck length 29.7" 755 mm
12 Deck height 26.4" 670 mm
13 Wheel base 56.3" 1430 mm
14 Actual length 82" 2080 mm

Bike & component specs

Available colors Black (matte)
Bike weight 64.1 lbs
Maximum carrying capacity 400 pounds, including rider
Frame material 4130 Chromoly steel
Fork material 4130 Chromoly steel
Handlebar Kalloy AL078L, 31.8mm, 45mm rise, 24-degree backsweep, 640mm width
Grips Marwi 7GP-03-L, 125mm long
Stem Kalloy AS007N Available lengths: 60mm (S), 90mm (M), 120mm (L)
Headset FSA No. 18
Saddle Xtracycle Comfort Saddle (2021)
Seat post Kalloy SP3D1, 31.6mm, 450mm
Seat clamp (collar) Xtracycle LF-5233 34.9mm bolt-on
Kickstand KickBack 3
Rear rack Longtail RearRack
Brake levers Tektro M745
Cabling Internal
Front brake Tektro M745, 4 piston hydraulic
Front rotor Shimano SM-RT64, 180mm
Rear brake Tektro M745, 4 piston hydraulic
Rear rotor Shimano STEPS RT-EM600-M, 180mm
Front light Herrmans H-Black Pro E 6-12V (attached to fender)
Rear light Herrmans H-Track Dynamo, 6V (included)
Shifters SRAM NX 11-speed trigger shifter with X-ACTUATION (Model number SL-NX-1-A1)
Front derailleur (none)
Rear derailleur Sram NX11 X-HORIZON (Model number RD-NX-1-A1)
Crank Shimano FC-EM600, 170mm; FSA 38 tooth cog
Pedals VP-535
Cassette SRAM GX PG-1130 A1, 11-speed, 11 tooth - 42 tooth
Chain Taya e10T-EPT (172 Links)
E-assist Shimano STEPS EP8
E-assist cycling computer Shimano SC-E5003
Charger Shimano STEPS EC-E8004-2 (120 V AC, 50 - 60 Hz)
Battery Shimano STEPS BT-E8016, 630 wH (downtube, external)
Front hub KT QL-XC2F, 15mm thru axle
Rear hub KT QL-XC2R, 168mm quick release
Front rim 24" Alex DM24, 36H A/V 13 gauge
Rear rim 24" Alex DM24, 36H A/V 13 gauge
Spokes Pillar 14/15 gauge stainless with PB15 14L brass nipples
Tires Schwalbe Crazy Bob 24x2.35"
Tire compatibility 24" tires, max width of 2.5" only
Fenders Aluminum (included)
Also includes FreeLoader Too, U-tubes (2021)
E-assist class Class 1
Max e-assist speed 20 mph

User Manual

Shimano STEPS EP8 System - User manual

Link to PDF

Shimano STEPS Battery and Parts - User manual

Link to PDF

Shimano STEPS EC-E8004 Battery Charger - User manual

Link to PDF

Shimano STEPS SC-E5003 Cycling Computer - User manual

Link to PDF

Hermanns H-Black Pro (front light) - User manual

Link to PDF

Hermmans H-Track (rear light) - User manual

Link to PDF

Warranty

Warranty

The Xtracycle Warranty covers each e-bike frame and fork against defects in manufacturing and materials for a lifetime for personal use (for the original owner) or one (1) year for commercial use. All Shimano STEPS components come with a two (2) year warranty, beginning on the date of purchase. Exclusions to this warranty apply. Please see the Terms and Conditions page for our full Warranty Policy.

Returns

Xtracycle Return Policy

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  1. Question

    Cassandra

    Hi! I am having a hard time understanding how the ebikes function. My basic question is…. how does the eStoker bike function when the battery is dead? Does it simply function as a normal bicycle, or does the hub or motor cause drag? I have googled like crazy but can’t find layman descriptions. Thanks!!

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Great question and one we get often. While the gears and brakes function normally and the bike can be ridden with a completely dead battery, there will be drag and the heavier weight of it being a cargo bike will mean you are having to move more bike. On a non-electric bike, the crank (where the pedals go through the bike frame) rotate using a ball bearing system. This system is almost frictionless which allows you to transfer the power in your pedal into forward movement. On an e-bike, the motor replaces the crank and this motor uses gears and teeth. It is these gears and teeth that allow you to generate so much power – friction is intentionally created and used to your advantage when the system is boosted by a battery. That said, the same friction that gives you power causes drag when the battery isn’t being used. From experience, while I CAN ride an e-bike with the motor off, I try to avoid it as much as possible by ensuring my batteries are properly charged and by bringing my charger with me if I’m worried I don’t have enough power. Hope that helps!

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    Smitt

    Congrats on the new bike launch! Would you consider selling the new rear rack system as an upgrade to the older lt2 estokers if backwards compatible? It appears to solve a lot of my complaints about the old system.

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    • Mel

      Can a harness be added.ti this rack for back passenger??? My son has delays and the extra security for child would set my mind at ease

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      I checked with the team and we are not aware of any harness system outside of the Yepp Maxi seats or similar seats but those are usually best for children no older than 5. The Hooptie might offer a level of protection that would make you feel secure. Another option would be to attach a trailer to the bike built to carry older children and adults. Wike might make an option that would work for your needs – here is their extra large Special Needs trailer.

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    • steve

      Is there a way to add a second battery or carry one to switch out along a trip?

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Apologies for the delay in responding as I looked into this! There is no option to add a second battery holder and while we will not have second batteries available for sale, your local Shimano dealer should be able to purchase one for you. This battery can be carried fully charged on your bike so it will be ready when you need it.

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Hey there! Thanks for the congrats 🙂 Great question about the new rack. We will be offering the new rack for individual sale later this year (date TBD). While the new rack will fit your eStoker, if you are currently using a Hooptie or SnackBars, those will also need to be replaced since they are not compatible with the new rack.

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