Recent updates have been made to both of Porsche's rather expensive e-bikes.

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Porsche's entry into the e-bike market has been widely reported, and the company's recent enhancements to the eBike Sport and eBike Cross should make them more delightful for their respective owners.

Each has a carbon frame with a "organically curved" design, as described. This design is designed to be reminiscent of the Porsche Taycan's flyline, which served as inspiration for the bikes' designers. The flat tubes, which were meant to reflect light more efficiently, were designed by Studio F.A. Porsche.

The Porsche eBike Sport was designed for use on public roads, and its manufacturer describes it as "the ideal companion for everyday life." The most recent Continental tires have enhanced traction on gravel and other types of unpaved roads.

This bicycle's "strong acceleration" is facilitated by the combination of a Shimano EP-8 motor and a 630 Wh battery. A brand-new, rear-mounted four-piston brake caliper makes the motorcycle simpler to manage when the throttle is pressed too hard.

The eBike Sport radiates an impression of modest elegance due to the seamless integration of its front and rear lights, as well as the concealment of the brake and shifting cables within the frame. In contrast, a newly engineered smartphone connector allows riders to safely attach their devices while traveling.

The Porsche eBike Cross, on the other hand, is at its most comfortable when ridden off-road. The recently developed EP-8 motor supplied by Shimano enables riders to experience a more natural sensation behind the handlebars while also giving great assistance while climbing steep slopes.

It is equipped with Magura-MT trail disc brakes to help you retain speed control, and a Shimano XT rear derailleur ensures quick gear changes to help you adapt to the terrain's demands. In the meanwhile, the hydraulically adjustable seat post from Crankbrothers facilitates a straightforward modification of the seating position, providing for a wider range of motion.

Each of the front forks has a 120mm travel and is equipped with Fox 34 Performance suspension. The combination of these plus the rear Fox Float DPX damper, which has 110 mm of travel, makes for a smooth and enjoyable ride, regardless of how rough the terrain may become.

The small bikes, which come in three frame sizes, are ideal for riders between 1.56 meters and 1.7 meters tall; the medium frame is ideal for riders between 1.68 meters and 1.82 meters tall; and the big frame is ideal for riders between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet 4 inches tall (1.8 – 1.94 m tall). The eBike Sport is the lightest of the two at 47 pounds (21.2 kg), while the eBike Cross is the heaviest at 48 pounds (21.7 kg).

The Porsche eBike Cross is available for $9,500, while the Porsche eBike Sport is available for $11,750. Both are available for purchase at, an online shop.