Where can I buy it?
For now, it’s only available directly from LeMond. The good news is that they’re shipping from within the UK rather than from the United States, so lead times will be cut, with the first bikes being available in a few weeks.
How does it arrive?The bike arrives mostly assembled. There are instructions printed on the box, or if you prefer a more visual aid, LeMond has made a video for you to follow. The tools, pedals (flat) and charger are provided.
LeMond Prologue verict: star rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
If ever there was a test bike I feel like begging to keep, this is it. The Le Mond Prolog is a versatile bike that can tackle long weekend rides as well as quick runs into town or the office. It’s also staggeringly beautiful. LeMond has outdone itself in terms of ride quality and has chosen a reputable motor system upon which to build their emergence into the e-bike market.
LeMond Prolog at a glance
Cost £4350 – £7000+ for extras
Frame size tested S
Weight of bike 11.8kg
Groupset Shimano GRX 11-Speed; 11-40T cassette; 42T chainring; Hydraulic disc brakes
Wheels/tyres Token G23AR Prime aluminium rims with Token D1 hub; LeMond / Panaracer Gravelking Slick+ 700×38mm tyres
Motor MAHLE Ebikemotion X35+ M1 40Nm, 250W, Rear hub-mounted
Battery Panasonic 36V/250Wh
Mileage range Up to 45 miles
Assistance levels 3 modes, up to 15.5mph
Charge time 3.5 hours
Included extras Top tube button for assist control and additional app functionality; Carbon fibre mudguards; Bell; Selle Royal Lift saddle; Integrated front and rear lights; Bottle cage mounts; Monocoque cockpit (handlebar + stem);