The Turbo Levo is designed to get rowdy out on the trails, with longer reach, slacker head angles, low centre of gravity and a compact rear triangle with a steeper seat tube. All of these are familiar features on the latest generation of trail-ready bikes, aimed at giving increased control on descents whilst improving climbing ability.
That's particularly welcome on an e-bike, where you can easily skip the shuttle transport and fly back up the slopes for another downhill sesssion. 150mm of travel front and rear, combined with that confidence-inspiring geometry, means that the Turbo Levo can happily tackle pretty much anything the UK can throw at it, and have fun doing so.
Beefy SRAM Guide 4-pot brakes provide ample stopping power, with 200mm rotors at both ends. With the motor tucked neatly within the bottom bracket area and the battery hidden in the down-tube a low centre of gravity is maintained, and there's no noticeable friction when the motor is disengaged.
photos by Bence Bujaki