Released February 22

Scott Releases a Lightweight eMTB Shredder — Introducing the Voltage

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Price Range





Full, 155 / 150mm

Frame Material


Picture what you consider to be the perfect Trail bike, then stand back as that ceiling is shattered. The Voltage eRIDE sets its sights on further, higher and more. With 160mm/155mm of tunable, dreamy support, complemented by the silent assassin TQ-HPR50 drive unit, your wildest aspirations just moved a lot closer.

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Spec Level
42.5 lbs43.0 lbs42.5 lbs43.0 lbs41.0 lbs39.5 lbs
Marzocchi Bomber Z2Fox Rhythm Float 36Marzocchi Bomber Z2Fox Rhythm Float 36Fox Factory Float 36Fox Factory Float 36
TQ 50Nm mid-driveTQ 50Nm mid-driveTQ 50Nm mid-driveTQ 50Nm mid-driveTQ 50Nm mid-driveTQ 50Nm mid-drive
TQ 360WhTQ 360WhTQ 360WhTQ 360WhTQ 360WhTQ 360Wh
XT, DeoreXT, DeoreXT, DeoreXT, DeoreGX Eagle Transmission, GX Eagle AXSXX Eagle Transmission, X01 Eagle AXS
1 × 121 × 121 × 121 × 121 × 12 Electronic1 × 12 Electronic
155mm rear, 150mm front155mm rear, 160mm front155mm rear, 150mm front155mm rear, 160mm front155mm rear, 160mm front155mm rear, 160mm front
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Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more.

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🐐 Measurements listed in mm and degrees

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Feb 22, 2024 · Cory Benson

All-new 2024 Scott Voltage eRide eMTB takes lightweight TQ-powered ebikes to new heights with all-mountain geometry & capability…

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Scott Voltage eRIDE 900 Tuned first ride review

Feb 22, 2024 · Nick Clark

How does Scott’s new Voltage lightweight eMTB shape up?

  • Clean aesthetic

  • Supple suspension

  • Natural feeling motor

  • Pricey

  • Some may dislike integration

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Feb 22, 2024 · Robert Johnston

The new Scott Voltage eRide is a sweet machine for a trail to all mountain eBiker looking for a natural feel assistance as well as descending

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Scott's 2024 Voltage eRide 900 Tuned mid-power e-bike prioritises grins over grams and is all the better for it - MBR

Feb 22, 2024 · Danny Milner

With the same motor and a similar profile to the ultralight Lumen, but with more travel and a broader remit, the new 17.9kg Voltage promises to amp up the experience and compete for a spot among the best lightweight e-bikes. Before I take a closer look at this 900 Tuned model, you can find out more about the entire Scott Voltage range in our news story and range overview. Scott Voltage Need to know Scott resurrects the Voltage name for its latest mid-power e-bike 155mm of rear wheel travel along with hidden shock and 29in wheels Compact TQ HPR50 motor takes up very little space but delivers 50Nm of torque and 300W of peak power 360Wh internal battery can be supplemented with 160Wh range extender Hidden shock and concealed cable routing gives an exceptionally smooth silhouette Four models including two women-specific versions, starting with the Voltage eRide 920 at £6,599 17.9kg claimed weight for the eRide 900 SL For its latest model, Scott has delved into the archive and resurrected the Voltage, but this time as a lightweight trail e-bike rather than a freeride monster. Fitted with the inconspicuous TQ HPR50 motor, and sporting a concealed shock and hidden cables, the new Voltage is so cloak-and-dagger it could have been designed by ‘Q branch’. This is not Scott’s first rodeo when it comes to TQ-equipped, hidden-shock, diet e-bikes, having released the Lumen last summer. But while the Lumen is very much an XC bike – something akin to a Spark with Nino Schurter shrunken into the BB and turning the cranks like a superhuman biped hamster – the Voltage is pitched as an aggressive trail bike in the spirit of the current Genius, with the beef to handle being hammered by less sympathetic pilots than our Nino. Quantify that numerically and we’re talking about 155mm of rear wheel travel, a 160mm travel fork, a 63.9º head angle in the slackest setting, and 29in wheels. But do those numbers add up to a successful ride formula? Let’s find out. Frame and geometry Weight is usually one of the bullet points at the start of any Scott product presentation, and the Voltage was no exception. With a headline weight of 17.9kg for the range-topping eRide 900 SL, the new Voltage is competitive against the likes of the Mondraker Neat (17.9kg), and Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo SL (17.65kg), while undercutting the Whyte E-Lyte 150 Works by a healthy 1.8kg. Drop down a rung and you’re looking at 19.2kg on our scales for the 900 Tuned tested here in size large, and around 19kg for the eRide 910 and 920, even though all models use the same carbon frame. The 160Wh range extender – standard on the eRide 900 SL – adds around 950g to that figure. It’s no surprise that Scott has chosen the TQ system, being the lightest and most compact option currently on the market. Just 1.85kg for the motor, and 1.83kg for the battery, it can be packaged into the …Continue reading »

  • • Double-take integration of motor, battery, and shock

  • • Quiet, unobtrusive motor

  • • Adjustable head angle

  • • TracLoc system lets you have your cake and eat it on the climbs

  • • Room for a water bottle and a range extender

  • • Shock is protected from contaminants

  • • Expensive, even compared to other top-of-the-line competitors

  • • Lots of heat build-up in the motor/shock area

  • • More difficult to tinker with shock settings

  • • Lots of harsh carbon components

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