Hailing from The Vosges region of France, Moustache are strictly electric only. All powered by Bosch motors, they're beautifully designed and very well built. Moustache cover every discipline of electric bike you can think of, and some you may not know even existed
Moustache's flagship bike. This is a French Dutch bike with a German motor. Integrated lights, solid components that we know last really well make this the ideal utitily machine, but those chunky tyres also make it comfy for leisure use. Available in 3 trims and 5 colours. It oozes style
This bike is the whole reason we started talking to Moustache. You can fit 2 kids on the back and luggage on the front. Or 1 kid and lots of luggage, or no kids and more than you can fit in the boot of most cars. You can even carry an adult as a passenger. It's also barely longer than a normal bike. It's amazing. A genuine car replacement
150mm travel, a Bosch CX motor, exclusively equipped with either Marzocchi or Fox suspension, Shimano gears and either Shimano or Magura brakes. All of which gets The Revolution Workshop thumbs up. The geometry is totally dialled too.
170mm front/160mm rear travel, same sensible componentry you get with the Trail bikes but a bit more rowdy. Great spec, geometry and stellar value. You won't find a better ebike for the money
Designed to provide a sporty amount of power for those who want some assistance on road and gravel rides. Available in flat bar and drop bar configurations.
A little less utilitarian than the Lundi 27, sporting a suspension fork and seatpost for extra comfort. It's primarily designed for leisure but there's no reason you couldn't use it for the daily commute
A Samedi 28 but with larger tyres fitted to smaller wheels. It's not a mountain bike but you can ride it places you wouldn't take a hybrid. Available with front and rear or just front suspension
Why's it called the weekend? Because it has the battery capacity to ride all weekend! For multi day off road tours. 1125wh of battery means you can ride, camp, and ride again
A great do-it-all EMTB for those who are new to the sport, enough suspension to smooth out the trails without it being cumbersome, wide tyres give big confidence on rough ground
A hardtail ebike for those that only want to dabble in mountain biking but want something versatile for everything else, also available in 26" wheels for younger riders. Take your littl'un mountain biking without the moaning about how hard riding up hill is
Yes, it's an electric tandem. No, we won't be stocking one as a demonstrator. Sorry
We though fat bikes were dead and buried (under snow, presumably) but it appears not!