Moustache Dimanche 29 Egravel Bike Review


Moustache, a French cycling expert, has recently begun its adventure by releasing its first gravel electric powered bike. So far, the electric gravel adventure has been a success, as evidenced by the development of a highly successful adaptable model of an electric bike. This e-bike has a one-of-a-kind design from the well-known French bike company, Moustache. The latest hyped wave for electric bike enthusiasts was the gravel. Moustache, the French cycle specialist, didn’t have to worry about the e-bike geometry for Dimanche 29.3 because it was already decided and done. Their Dimanche 28 bike, which was launched a year before, was applauded for its exquisite geometry. As a result, there is no substantial shift in the geometry of Dimanche 29.3 and Dimanche 28. However, there is one major exception in the Dimanche 29.3 frame. It’s the fork. It includes a unique carbon braiding that allows for greater vertical flex. As a result, vibrations caused by rough terrain or asphalt are better absorbed. Because of this modification, this gravel e-bike is now pleasant to ride on paved roads as well.

Moustache Dimanche 29 eGravel Bike

The Moustache Dimanche 29.3 Gravel is an ideal machine for taking advantage of the relatively new Gravel bike category. A mix of a lovely machine, Moustache quality, Bosch power from the Performance Line motor, and a really light total package of 18.9 Kg. This bike boasts a Bosch Performance Line motor with 65Nm torque and up to 300 % assistance. The system has four modes (plus Off), ranging from 50% in Eco to 300% in Turbo. One of the reasons the Bosch system is so good is that the motor corresponds to how you pedal, providing less support when you ride gently and more support when you need it. Moustache is concerned with ergonomics and the safety of its clients, in addition to the use and reliability of their products. As a result, the Dimanche has a far more upright riding position than most typical road bikes — the low seat height, high front-end, and compact frame proportions are primarily responsible for this. Additionally, Moustache integrates a number of features, such as handlebars with a 16° flare and broad 50 mm tires, to complement the compliant seat stays and provide the best level of comfort possible. Furthermore, the 455 mm chainstays should provide an even smoother ride. Moreover, unlike a heavier e-bike, it is able to reach speeds of up to 30 km/h without exerting undue effort. Aside from that, the thighs and the contour of the moment will make a proper declaration for its strength and speed.

Key features

The Moustache Dimanche 29 eGravel Bike has a lot of features to look out for;

The tyres are 700 x 50 with gravel tread, which provides traction and confidence on a wide range of surfaces while also absorbing a lot of roughness due to their increased volume.


Near-perfect design and finishes. 

Integrated high-end gravel equipment. 

High-end performance of the e-bike. 


The wide handlebar and its dimensions make it difficult to ride in a purely urban environment. 

Rather high price. 


Moustache Dimanche 29.3 is an e-bike with all the bells and whistles. It is a well-thought-out, elegant, and particularly well-finished bike that provides the pilot with efficient, relevant, and luxurious equipment. It weighs less than a typical mountain or road e-bike (19 kg to be exact). As a result, it provides more comfort and riding enjoyment while remaining versatile. Its biggest benefit is that you can drive it practically anyplace without having to make too many sacrifices. It’s a show-stopper and ready for anything. It has the potential to be a fantastic way to commute or explore – on or off road – and will certainly open up new possibilities.


Frame Dimanche 29, 6061 T4-T6 Aluminium

Fork Dimanche 29 Carbon, tapered, 180-mm mount, Lowrider-Mount

Motor Bosch Performance Line Gen3 250 W, 63 Nm, support 55–300 %, 25 km/h with 500 Wh battery.

Cranks Moustache, Aluminium, 170 mm

Brakes Shimano GRX RX-400 180/160-mm-Scheiben, hydraulisch

Handlebar Moustache Flare Dropbar

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