Models that I dont' see. Future models?-
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  1. #1
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    Models that I dont' see. Future models?

    Hello. I see the order generator and I see some things about the models.

    I see ION 14, ION 18 and ION 20. th first is the new model and the last, i supuse that is the ION ST but... the ION 18?
    Also, I see helius AM E-Boxx and ION 20 E-Boxx. This aren't the Nucleon models because the G-boox based models are included in the list with this E-boxx models.

    Any info or pics about this?

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    Some are still in prototype stage (or in production, judging by your post?)

    The AM E-Boxx can be seen in 2011 catalog. It's the brushed aluminum finish electric bike. This are models thought for lazy people who don't want to pay the price of climbing to earn their DH (just joking, to each their own). It's an AM with a new electric assisted (think: Cancellara's bike) system and they go at length explaining how the system works and how it's actually an intelligent transmission.

    Also... check this one out... they mention the AFR turning into Ion-18.
    Check my Site

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    ok, thanx! :-)

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    from what I read, the AFR becomes a frame like an ION st or the ion 14 model (same suspension configuration) but with 180 mm

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