Interactions with Propain bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days

Adjusted for traffic volume by country

  1. Germany
  2. United States
  3. Poland
  4. Switzerland
  5. Sweden
  6. France
  7. Czechia
  8. Austria
  9. Italy
  10. Slovakia
Propain price point breakdown
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$12,000
Propain bikes by category
TrailEnduroDownhillYouth
Propain eBikes
BikeseBikes
Propain model ranges
Gravel
TERREL

Current Models

4

price

$2,599—$4,999

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XC
TRICKSHOT

Current Models

3

price

($1,372)—$1,499

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Trail
Hugene

Current Models

14

price

$4,199—$6,469

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Enduro
SPINDRIFT

Current Models

21

price

$3,654—$5,454

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TYEE

Current Models

20

price

$3,599—($9,058)

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EKANO

Current Models

10

price

$5,889—$11,299

Browse EKANO bikes »
Sresh

Current Models

3

price

$6,299—$9,789

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Sresh

Current Models

1

price

$7,529

Browse Sresh bikes »
Downhill
RAGE

Current Models

18

price

$3,999—$6,319

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Youth
Dreckspatz

Current Models

3

price

$1,199

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Frechdax

Current Models

3

price

($1,537)—$1,699

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Yuma

Current Models

2

price

$2,299—($2,526)

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Bam Bam

Current Models

1

price

$179

Browse Bam Bam bikes »
Barney

Current Models

1

price

($603)

Browse Barney bikes »
Recent reviews
Loam Wolf
Review: Propain Ekano 2 CF Ultimate

Jun 2024

Riders seeking a high quality, hard charging Enduro eMTB are sure to enjoy the Ekano 2 CF, provided they have adequately challenging terrain

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BikeRadar
Propain Ekano 2 CF Ultimate review | Electric Mountain Bike of the Year contender

May 2024 · Alex Evans

Propain’s Ekano 2 CF has SRAM’s auto-shifting gears and an enduro-ready persona

Highs
  • Fantastically balanced geometry

  • Great feeling suspension

  • Predictable handling

  • Dual 29in wheels

  • Powertrain integration looks fantastic and performs well

  • Powerful motor

  • Lightweight

Lows
  • Battery life could be better

  • Auto shift might not suit everyone

  • Destroyed rear rim and motor cover

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Velo
Mountain Bike Brand Propain Brings Customization to Drop Bars

May 2024 · Josh Ross

Can direct to consumer and complete customization help the Propain Terrel CF gravel bike stand out from the crowd?

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E-Mountainbike Magazine
New Propain Sresh CF 2024 on test – An eMTB for all occasions?

Apr 2024 · Mike Hunger

The new Propain Sresh CF eMTB with Shimano motor system and 626 Wh battery. We have the first test and all the important information for you.

Highs
  • Comprehensive configurator

  • Excellent suspension

  • Intuitive handling

Lows
  • Too many clamps in the cockpit

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Pinkbike
Propain Release New Sresh CF eMTB

Apr 2024 · PROPAIN-Bicycles

The Sresh is a lighter weight, full power eMTB with a focus on all-round trail riding.

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MBR
Propain’s Rage 3 CF DH race bike has 215mm of travel and can be built around 29in or MX wheels – just don’t pick the wrong wheel size - MBR

Mar 2024 · Alan Muldoon

As raced by Phil Atwill and his Propain Positive World Cup team mates, and ridden by YouTube star, Remi Metailler, the Propain Rage is built for the roughest tracks, gnarliest features, and biggest jumps. So how does it stack up against other big-hitting direct sales downhill bikes? Such as the YT Tues and Canyon Sender that we’ve brought together for this test? Buckle up to find out; it’s going to be a wild ride! Instead of having a fixed model range, Propain takes a slightly different approach with the Rage 3 CF downhill bike. You start with the basic build at £3,999, then if you want to spend more money on a higher specification, you simply customise the bike with the Performance or Highend parts packages. You can also choose your preferred frame colour, graphics colour and MX or full 29in wheel options. There’s even a full custom option if you want to mix and match all three build kits. Given the £6k target price point of our direct sales 29er DH bike group test, we went with the Rage 3 CF 29 Highend build.  With Fox Factory suspension and 29in wheels the spec closely matches the YT Tues Core 4 and Canyon Sender CFR 29 which are in the same test. Propain Rage 3 CF 29 Highend need to know Carbon frame DH bike with 215mm travel Flip chips for 29in or MX wheels Three frame sizes, M, L, XL Chainstay length adjustment: 445mm and 460mm Highend build gets Fox Factory suspension Fox 40 fork has 203mm travel SRAM X0 DH 7-speed drivetrain Magura MT7 brakes Stans rims, Schwalbe tyres Entry-level bike for £3,999 Frame and geometry We’ve already mentioned that the Rage 3 CF comes in 29in and MX options, and Propain accommodates both wheel sizes with flip chips in the swingarm where it connects to the upper suspension link. The key takeaway here though, is that the flip chips do not correct the geometry 100% for the MX option, resulting in a slightly lower BB height and marginally slacker head angle when running the 27.5in rear wheel. Keep that in mind, because we are going to come back to it later. DH bikes are highly evolved and highly focused machines, so it should come as no surprise that the static geometry of the Rage 3 CF in full 29in is pretty much identical to the YT and Canyon in almost every way. With a whopping 215mm rear travel though, the dynamic geometry of the Propain should sit slightly lower and slacker with the same percentage of sag. Again, keep that in mind. The sizing spread on the Proapin is slightly different to the YT and Canyon. Again the carbon frame comes in three sizes, this time M, L and XL. And to match the reach with the smallest options from Canyon and YT we went with the size L Propain. That put us dead centre in the sizing recommendation for Rage 3 CF frame and it also …Continue reading »

Highs
  • • Good straight line speed and square edge performance

  • • Adjustable chainstay length and geometry

  • • Fox Factory suspension is first rate

  • • Magura MT7 brakes were best in test

Lows
  • • We couldn’t get the geometry and suspension to sync

  • • Lots of chain slap and cable noise

  • • Schwalbe’s Magic Mary isn’t good as a rear tyre

  • • Not close to race ready out of the box

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Propain bikes are most popular?

The most popular Propain model families are the TYEE, SPINDRIFT, and Hugene.

Q: Does Propain make eBikes?

Yes, Propain manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.