2020 Radon Render e-MTB is real! It's a Render, not a render!

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Radon Bikes announces a new carbon e-MTB ahead of 2020 with the latest Bosch motor system and internal battery, full details of Radon Render here.

With Christmas, just days away and the New Year on our doorstep we had been lulled into a false sense of security, falsely believing there surely couldn’t be any more bike launches for this year, not so near to 2020! Surely!?

2020 Radon Render 10.0
2020 Radon Render 10.0

But it’s German direct brand Radon Bikes, that have proven that even at this late stage of 2019 new bikes can and will launch with the release of the all-new 2020 Radon Render e-MTB.

The Render shown here is not a render, but actually a real carbon e-Bike that has gone on sale today through Bike-discount.de, the online bike store which owns the Radon brand.

4 models of Radon Render have been released with prices starting from only €3999 and rising to €6499 all featuring the same carbon fibre front triangle and 4th generation Bosch CX Performance Line motor and integrated battery.

Radon has designed the Render to slot nicely into the trail/enduro segment of the e-Bike world, sporting 29in wheel front and rear, 150mm of front wheel travel and 140mm on the rear. The carbon mainframe hides an integrated 625Wh Bosch battery, and there’s room for a bottle cage too.

The 4 bikes in the Radon Render range are all built with top-quality components from Magura, Maxxis, and SRAM and use RockShox suspension on all but the top of the range Render 10.0 HD which receives a Fox Factory Kashima dressing along with a slight increase to 160mm of travel upfront.

2020 Radon Render Geometry


17″ M

19″ L

21″ XL

Seattube [mm]




Toptube horizontal [mm]








Chainstays [mm]


Steuerrohr [mm]




Wheelbase [mm]




BB-Drop [mm]


Reach  [mm]




Stack  [mm]




Rear Travel [mm]


2020 Radon Render Pricing

  • Radon Render 8.0 €3,999
  • Radon Render 9.0 €4,799
  • Radon Render 10.0 €5,499
  • Radon Rander 10.0 HD €6,499

For more details head on over to Bike-Discount.de

Andi Sykes

Singletrack Editorial Staff

Andi is a gadget guru and mountain biker who has lived and ridden bikes in China and Spain before settling down in the Peak District to become Singletrack's social media expert. He is definitely more big travel fun than XC sufferer but his bike collection does include some rare hardtails - He's a collector and curator as well as a rider. Theory and practice in perfect balance with his inner chi, or something. As well as living life based on what he last read in a fortune cookie Andi likes nothing better than riding big travel bikes.

Comments (5)

    Render nor a Rendeer? Giant should release a Reigndeer

    It’s a good looking bike but the geo is a bit off. 478mm reach on the XL is pretty old school

    “478mm reach on the XL is pretty old school”

    Damn. So it won’t work, then?

      @keithr did I say it wouldn’t work, no. My current xl cotic flare max has a 508mm reach which is far better for tall (6’4”) riders like myself. I used to own a xl size knolly with a 485mm reach and it felt very cramped.

    Agreed, reach a bit short and stays a bit long. Still nothing out there to tempt me away from my E-Sommet

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