LeMond All-Road Prolog

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Release Year
Charge Time
3.5 Hours
Maximum Range
40 Miles
Top Speed
20 mph
250 W
40 Nm
Volts and Amp Hours
36V 6.9Ah
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
Gearing Type
28 lb
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the LeMond All-Road Prolog. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

7 reasons to buy

  • The Prolog All-Road’s frameset, seatpost, and cockpit are carbon fiber.
  • Experts say that, with assistance turned off, the All-Road Prolog rides just like a regular bike.
  • Reviewers describe the bike as “beautifully crafted,” “clean,” and subtle.”
  • At just 28lb, the All-Road Prolog is lightweight for an e-bike and easy to lift and carry.
  • Experts praise the “very smooth” assistance from the Mahle X35+ 250W motor.
  • The 43mm Panaracer tires deliver comfort on pavement, according to one tester.
  • The frame has mounts for fenders.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Experts agree that this is an expensive bike.
  • The LeMond All-Road Prolog is only available in three sizes, and the integrated cockpit isn’t adjustable.
  • Buyers that want a display must pay extra.

Bottom line

The carbon fiber All-Road Prolog is the drop-bar version of the original LeMond Prolog, a lightweight hub-drive e-bike with gravel-ready geometry. Experts highlight the smoothness of the drivetrain, assistance, and overall ride. They add that it feels like a regular bike when riding without assistance. The All-Road Prolog also earns praise for its “clean” integrated design, including a one-piece cockpit. As noted by experts, the downside of this cockpit is the lack of adjustability, compounded by the limited sizing options. Reviewers feel the "expensive" All-Road Prolog's high price is justified for the e-curious road or gravel cyclist with a big budget.

Expert Reviews

90/100 based on 1 rated expert review
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Electric Bike Journal

LeMond All-Road Prolog Review

Overall, the LeMond All-Road Prolog is a fast, lightweight all-road electric bike that leaves little to be desired… and is capable of taking on long days in the saddle from the tarmac to the woods.

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Momentum Mag

Momentum Reviews: The LeMond Prolog AR

At this price point, it is essentially a luxury e-bike. However, it will take you just about anywhere, the quality is unparalleled…

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