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NCM is a new company to me, but they are using reliable and proven systems in their ebikes, so in someway, there is a nice familiarity to it. Today we are checking out their Moscow Plus, the big brother to the Moscow. The Moscow Plus features a nicer suspension fork, hydraulic brakes, more comfortable saddle, and an upgraded derailleur with more gear ranges. There is also a better battery coupled with a nicer display. Because they share the same frame however, you will find a lot of parallel information in this review if you read the write up on the regular Moscow. So the Moscow Plus here is an aluminum alloy frame hard-tail ebike that comes in 2 sizes. Each size also has tire options as well, so basically there is a 19” frame and a 20.5” frame and you can choose either 27.5” tires, or 29” tires. Today we have the 19” frame with the 27.5” Schwalbe Smart Sam knobby tires. Overall the bike weighs about 56.1lbs, (about 1.4lbs lighter than the regular Moscow) and costs $1,899 USD and $2,399 in CAD. As I mentioned before, it is a bit of a hard-tail setup, so you do get this nice SR SunTour XCM30 spring suspension fork. It has 80mm of travel, larger 30mm stanchions, and includes compression adjust, lockout, and preload adjust. Pretty standard hub spacing in the front, 100mm, and there is a 9mm quick release skewer in the front, but none in the back since this is a hub-drive. I am told that it has a maximum weight capacity of 275.5lbs, which is higher than standard. This might come in handy since the bike does have bottle cage bosses, rack bosses, and even fender provisions, so you could really load it up with accessories and it should handle it very well. I like that there is an adjustable length kickstand included, but it is center mounted. That means that you could have the pedals strike the kickstand when down and reversing, an annoying occurrence sometimes referred to as ‘pedal-lock’. The seat post here is a rigid post, which is normal, but since it is 30.9mm, you could swap that out with a nice suspension seat post to get some more cushion on top of that front suspension fork. Other features include ergonomic Velo grips, Wellgo aluminum alloy platform pedals, and one of my favorites, a slap guard that will protect the bike frame and paint from getting nicked by the chain and scratching the paint.

Driving the Moscow Plus is a 500 watt nominally rated planetary geared hub motor. I love that it is fairly compact given the high power output. Power wise, it can deliver up to 80nm of torque, which is quite high, but it cannot leverage gears the way that a mid-drive could. The upside is that the motor always feels zippy, it doesn’t matter which of the gear combinations you are pedaling with. And, the motor can deliver instant power with the minimalist throttle. Hub motors are a great fit for hardtail mount bikes because there is no rear suspension to interfere with. As you shift gears, there won’t be increased mashing or forces applied to the drivetrain because the motor operates completely independently of the chain and sprockets. Moving the bike is done here with either the throttle or the cadence based pedal assist. Of course, this motor will use more power if you’re constantly starting with the throttle, but that’s a worthwhile trade for someone like myself, who has a knee injury. I love being able to override assist with the throttle at any time. I also love that the throttle is easily disabled by removing a cable in case you need to make the bike legal for other trails or local laws. Mechanically, you have 3 rings in the front (48,28, and 28), but sadly, there is no chain cover to protect your clothing. In the rear you have an upgraded 11-32 tooth setup, so a bit better range than the standard Moscow. All in all, it is a Shimano Acera system, and you also get 8 speeds, trigger shifters, and a couple of display windows that tells you what gear you are in. There is a derailleur guard here too, something I love since it protects the derailleur during shipping, or if the bike takes a spill some day. Stopping the Moscow Plus is a set of hydraulic brakes. This was one of my grips on the regular Moscow, so I am happy to see they are offered here in a set of 180mm rotors for both the front and rear. Another upgrade here on the Plus is motor inhibitors in both brake lines. The regular Moscow only had it on one lever so I am glad it is here as it helps cut power to the motor when stopping.

Powering the NCM Moscow Plus is a high capacity Lithium-ion battery pack, offering 48v 16ah hours of capacity! I would say that’s a nice upgrade from the 48v 13ah of the regular Moscow…that means you can go further or ride at higher speeds. I love that they use a sealed external controller, this allows a lower cost for replacement batteries, and keeps the controller protected from harsh elements. Where as some companies are $800-$1000 range for a new battery, this keeps the NCM battery cost to around $500. Note that whenever you’re operating around or above 20 mph, air resistance is going to cause exponential energy draw and range will be decreased. This pack delivers electricity to the motor, but also the backlit display panel (hold the + icon to turn on backlighting), and even a full sized USB charging port on the top right side. You could use this port to maintain phones, GPS, or music devices as you ride or when parked at home or a camp site. My friends recently took a bikepacking trip using another electric bike, and this sort of charging-on-the-go feature would be really handy. If you’re excited to charge while riding, I recommend using a right-angle USB adapter like this, just to keep the wires tucked in and out of the way while you pedal. The battery pack weighs more than average at 9.2lbs, but the alloy casing is sturdy and most of the weight is kept low and center on the bike frame. I took the pack off when moving the bike to our review location, to reduce load on my car rack. If you live up stairs, removing the battery is a great idea, and for those who need to leave the bike in a cold, hot, or wet locations… being able to protect and charge the battery inside is a great thing. It’s best to maintain the pack above 20% and avoid extreme temperatures. It’s going to take a bit longer to fill this battery because of the higher capacity, and the charger is more basic, offering 2amp output vs. 3amp or 4amp. So expect 6 to 7 hours for a fill recharge if you go all the way down to zero. One quick warning about charging the battery while mounted to the bike, be careful with the left crank arm because it passes directly in front of the plug port on the left and could bend or snag the charging plug and cable.

The display on the Moscow Plus is upgraded, nice and large and easy to read. To begin, just hold the power button on the little control pad near the left grip. It activates the display and you get several readouts including assist level, current speed, and battery capacity. Pressing power one time will activate backlighting on the LCD display and holding the down arrow constantly will activate walk mode (which can be handy if you need to to ascend a ramp, make your way through a walk-only space, or even climb stairs). The display can show different menus if you press the set button, a nice feature to dive in a little more. I like the size and position of the display, you can even angle it forward and back to reduce reflection glare, but it is not removable. For those who plan on commuting, it might be worth strapping your helmet over the display to keep people from noticing or scratching it, and also protecting it from the sun, while parked at racks. Overall, I would still call this display panel and accompanying button pad above average, I love that it can be angled to reduce glare and feel that it looks beautiful and is well sealed against water… but to clean the bike it is recommended to use a damp cloth vs. spraying it. Don’t ever submerge the bike components or spray them hard. Also, consider storing the battery pack away from extreme heat and cold to protect the cells. The only other thing I would mention is that the display is large and center mounted, taking up a lot of valuable surface area on an already crowded handlebar, so it may be difficult to add accessories.

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In conclusion, the Moscow Plus was a lot of fun, and as mentioned earlier, is using a lot of nice proven technology that has kept many happy. This is a value priced ebike, so there will be some tradeoffs to consider, so I should make mention of those now… For one, the kickstand is center mounted, so if the kickstand is down and you are reversing the bike, you will encounter pedal lock. I noticed that there is no chain ring cover or guard, so be careful when pedaling with clothing like pants or a dress. The charger is just 2amps, this means charging happens slowly, so matched with that high capacity battery, it could take quite some time. Tradeoffs aside, it is a very well put together bike with a lot of what we have come to know and love about ebikes, and at a price of just $1,899 in the US, will appeal to many customers. I want to thank NCM for the chance to check out the Moscow, and I look forward to reviewing more bikes from this new company.

As always, I welcome questions and feedback in the comment section below. Whether you own a previous version of the bike, have taken a test ride, or are brand new to the space, my goal is to provide an objective and honest resource. You can also join the Other Brands ebike forums and share your own photos, videos, and review updates to help others! Have fun out there, and ride safe 🙂

Pros:

  • The Moscow blends off-road geometry, suspension, and tires with urban utility because you can add fenders and a rear rack, there are also bottle cage bosses on the top as well
  • There are 24 gear combinations to explore here, and that empowers you to climb easier or hit and maintain the top assisted speed, I really appreciate the slap guard on the right chain stay and the steel derailleur guard at the rear which also protects the motor power cable (especially when the bike is being shipped)
  • The 500 watt Das-Kit motor is powerful and zippy but completely independent from the the pedal drivetrain, it’s a good choice for a bike with so many gears vs. a mid-motor, it also allows for instant throttle power regardless of which gear you’re in
  • One of the advantages of having a front derailleur is that it keeps the chain from bouncing off track, it does usually add more weight and maintenance to the bike however, and if you’re using either of the two smaller chainrings the larger 48 tooth one can snag your pant leg because there is no bash guard plate
  • Good weight distribution, the battery is positioned low and center on the frame, it seems well protected and blends in pretty well with the black accents on the fork, handlebar, seat, and chainrings
  • Great tires for cross country and street riding, the 27.5″ x 2.25″ size is lightweight and efficient, they steer quickly and Schwalbe products tend to be higher quality, there is also a 29” option as well
  • At $1,899 USD and $2,399 in CAD, it is competitively priced and will serve many customers well since it has a throttle, high capacity battery, and suspension
  • I’m glad that they chose a trigger throttle vs. twist because it makes the grips more secure and reduces accidental activation, the 12-magnet cadence sensor is also more responsive than 8 or 5 on many other products
  • The suspension fork offers compression lockout and preload adjust, this allows it to firm up for smooth riding conditions like city streets, reducing bob and energy loss as you pedal
  • You get a flick bell, locking ergonomic grips, and a pair of large sturdy platform pedals that should work well in all sorts of conditions and weather, sometimes these parts are cheaper on value priced ebikes
  • I love the high capacity 14v 16ah battery, it even has a USB port on the side to take advantage of it and use it as a power bank, perfect for traveling
  • Between the knobby tires and 80mm suspension fork, this bike feels pretty comfortable, but I might recommend a suspension seat post to make things even more cushy for your ride
  • The 180mm rotor hydraulic disc brakes are a great upgrade here, they are complimented well by a nicer derailleur, better gearing range, and more gearing options here on the Plus vs the regular Moscow
  • The Plus is actually lighter by 1.4lbs despite its larger battery, better fork, upgraded gel saddle, and nicer display

Cons:

  • Minor gripe here, but I actually prefer the integrated finger bell on the regular Moscow as opposed to this more generic bell on the Moscow Plus, this was likely chosen to save space on the handle bar since it is using a larger display
  • Some of the wires on this ebike are a bit more exposed along the base of the top tube, it looks a bit cleaner and reduces snags when they are completely internal
  • This e-bike weighs more than your average trail bike at 56.1lbs because it has a higher capacity battery and a more basic spring suspension fork vs. air, I’d definitely take the battery off when lifting and transporting it
  • No chain cover or guard means you need to be careful with your pants or dress, you don’t want it getting snagged and torn up in the chain ring system
  • Even though this is technically a mountain bike, it’s nice to see a kickstand for those urban rides, I do wish that the stand was positioned a bit further back however, to avoid pedal lock with the left crank arm
  • Another minor grips, but more and more people are commuting with hard tail mountain bikes, I like that this has provisions to add commuting options and already comes with a kickstand, but it should be noted it does not come with any lights in the front or rear
  • With a standard 2amp battery charger, it could take a while to completely fill the high-capacity battery (6 or 7 hours), there are other ebikes with 3 or even 4amp chargers but they tend to weigh more
  • The display panel isn’t removable and doesn’t swivel easily, as a result, it could get scratched more easily at racks and will take sun and rain wear over time
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Everybody likes fun facts and we always prepare a ton of them for our Moscow tours. We always dig deep to find some intriguing, amusing and simply fun facts about Moscow.
Here are 50 facts about Moscow from our Friendly Local Guides.

50 fun facts about Moscow, Russia

 

1. Moscow is so huge that it has the right to be the country. It’s official population is 12 million (2015), and it’s in TOP 10 most populous cities in the world. This is the population of Norway and Switzerland combined. Or Portugal and Estonia. Or Finland and Denmark. Whatever you prefer 🙂

2.  Gorky Park is a Central Park of Moscow, with an attendance of more 100, 000 a day on the weekend.

3. Great reason to come visit Moscow this spring! This year Moscow metro celebrates its 80th birthday on May 15. The first ideas about the construction of Moscow Metro were expressed in 1875, However, the first Metro stations were opened only in 1935.

4. There is a legend of a secret branch, the so-called Metro-2: bunkers and tunnels connecting the Kremlin and other strategic facilities.

5. During the Great Patriotic War (WWII), Metro was used as a bomb shelter underground. Even during the war, new metro stations were built, in particular Novokuznetskaya, Paveletskaya, Baumanskaya, Elektrazovodskaya, Semenovskaya and Partisanskaya. During the bombing were born 217 children. 🙂 The latest 196th metro station was open on Dec 8, 2014, and is called Troparevo (red line)

6. Since its opening, Metro did not work only once – on October 16, 1941. The Germans came very close to the Moscow Metro planning to destroy it. However, by the end of that day the Metro got back on track.

7. Moscow boasts the largest number of billionaires in the world. According to the Forbes, there are 84 billionaires in the city with the combined wealth of 367 billion dollars. New York takes second place in this ranking with its 62 billionaire residents.

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8.  Ivanovskaya Gorka (Hill) is one of the oldest parts of Moscow with not less, if not more, monuments and ancient buildings than in the Kremlin itself.

9. On June 29, 1904 Moscow experienced a real tornado, that destroyed several nearby villages (present-day Moscow), and broke the centuries-old trees in the area of Sokolniki.

10. The famous Neglinka river is just outside the Kremlin, in Alexander Garden. However, don’t hope for a swim, as it was channelled into a pipe at the beginning of the XIX century, and now it flows underground in the reservoir. If you are curious, the Neglinnaya street repeats its riverbed.

11. Moskva (Russian name) was founded by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky in 1147. At that time the city was called Moskov, having more in common with its present English name Moscow.

12. Lenin Library is the largest in Europe, with its 43 million objects storage (maps, sheet music, sound recordings, rare books, dissertations, newspapers). In the 70s at the peak of the popularity of The Beatles, the library was tagged as the “Lennon Bitlioteka”.

13. He & She. Beware that you’re going toward the city center if you hear a male voice announcing the stations in Moscow Metro, and female voice if leaving the city center. And then again, male voice when moving in a clockwise direction, and female when against it.

14. We have a  monument after a processed cheese “Druzhba” (Friendship), which is devoted to the characters of Krylov’s fables – the Crow and the Fox.

15. The first McDonalds opened in Pushkin Square on January 31,  1990. The line to the cafe ran for several kilometers on that winter day.

16. A tram number 3 is the oldest route in Moscow. The first tram started its way on April 6, 1899.

17. The Big Stone Bridge is the oldest among Moscow bridges, built in the XVII century.

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18. In old times, representatives of different social classes, professions and nationalities lived in Moscow separately. That’s how we got Chef and Butcher streets, as well as Georgian settlement and Maroseyka street (due to the fact that settled here Ukrainians).

19. During its long history Moscow burned countless times. Since the houses were mostly wooden, the fire spread very quickly, and covered the entire city in minutes. In 1737, during one of the strongest fire, broke the just cast Tsar Bell.

20. The Kremlin, as we know it, was built by the Italians. When in the XV century its walls and temples got seriously dilapidated and needed repair, the Russian architects were unable to cope with this problem. So the Grand Duke Ivan III invited foreign experts to Moscow, under the leadership of which were built new temples and walls.

21. Assumption Cathedral in the Kremlin is the oldest survived building in Moscow. To date, it is 535 years. It was built on August 12, 1479, and is the highlight of our Moscow Kremlin tour.

22. Before the XX century, the walls of the Kremlin were traditionally whitewashed, so Moscow was called “White Stone”. Spire towers were crowned with heraldic eagles of the Russian Empire.

23. The Moscow Kremlin is the the world’s largest medieval fortress.

24. Ostankino TV Tower is the highest tower in Europe with an overall height of 540 m.

25.  Maslenitsa (Mardi Gras) is the only pagan holiday, officially recognized by the Russian Orthodox Church. The Russian people at all times loved Pancake Day. Holiday rituals were planned by day, and it was very important to adhere to them.

26. The famous in Russia  expression “Moscow doesn’t believe in tears” is hundreds of years old, and it came from the time of the rise of Moscow. In those days, Russian cities were to pay a great tribute to Moscow. To avoid or delay the payment, the petitioners begged and cried to persuade the emperor to extend the repayment period, to reduce the size or eliminate the tribute. However, all in vain, as the emperor, who “did not believe in tears”, gave the order to punish the petitioners.

27. The Patriarch’s Ponds is a mystical place, which became the starting point of the cult novel “Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov’s. The official museum was opened in 2007.

28. Moscow gets its name from the river. According to one version, on the Old Slavonic “Moscow” meant “wet”, as Moscow was built on swamps.

29. There are 3,500 historical streets and cute alleys, wide avenues and vast squares, mysterious embankments, endless highways and fast driveways in Moscow

30. And there are 2700 restaurants in Moscow, and still counting

31. Arbat street is one of the oldest in Moscow. It’s 520 years old.

32. First wooden toys and Russian souvenirs appeared in Russia in XVI century.

33. The millionth citizen of Moscow was born in 1897.

34. The largest zoo of whole Russia was founded in 1864 in Moscow. At the moment it is home to more than 3,000 animals of 550 species from all over the world.

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35. The highest monument in Moscow is Victory Obelisk, 141.8 meters high. Each 10cm of its height represent one day of the Great Patriotic War. It was opened on 9 May 1995.

36. Trains in Moscow metro go more frequently than in any other subway in the world. At peak times the interval between trains is just 1.5 minute.

37. The Russian Public Library is the largest in Europe and second in the world after the US Library of Congress. It is located in Moscow, and was founded in 1862.

38. The famous Moscow sadist-landowner Darya Saltykova, who killed and tortured tens of peasants and serfs, had the house on the corner of Bolshaya Lubyanka and Kuznetsky Most. Ironically, now there are buildings of the FBI, in the basement of which many people were tortured  in the 1930s.

39. Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014 were the twenty-second Winter Games in history. It is noteworthy that in 1980 in Moscow was carried out twenty-second Summer Olympics.

40. Matryoshka doll (Nestling, or Babushka dolls, as they are sometimes called) was born at the beginning of XX century, in the city of Sergiev Posad, which has the country’s only school and museum of toys.

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41. There are 7 identical high-rise buildings in Moscow: 2 hotels, 2 office buildings, 2 houses and a university. These are Stalin skyscrapers, or Seven Sisters. There are Seven Stalin Skyscrapers, and there used to be Seven Hills Moscow stood on in XIV century.

42. Currently, the “seven hills” include eight following elevations: 1. Borovitskii Hill (aka Kremlin Hill); 2. Ivanovo hill; 3. “Three Mountains” (areas of Presnya and Vagankovo); 4. Tver hill, or Holy Hill (now Pushkin Square); 5. Sretensky hill or Sukharevsky hill (near the Sretenskie Gates square); 6. Tagan hill or Shvivaya slide (Zayauze); 7. Vvedenskie mountain or hill Lefortovsky (in Lefortovo) and 8. Sparrow Hills.

43. Cities, which are also identified by their seven hills: Rome, Constantinople, Kiev, Washington, Nizhny Novgorod, Ufa, Smolensk.

44. More than twenty stations of the Moscow Metro contain various fossils, where you can find a nautilus shell, ammonites and other prehistoric shellfish.

45. 9000 000 passengers use the Moscow metro daily. This is more than London and New York subways combined.

46. There is a stray of dogs that ride the Moscow Metro every day on the same route. They know when and where to have a yummy lunch.

47. Moscow State University is the world’s largest university building in the world.

48. Izmailovo Park is one of the largest urban parks in the world, with an area of 15.34 square kilometers, or 1534 hectares. Izmaylovo Park is six times bigger than Central Park in New York, and 30 times bigger than the gorgeous Abramtsevo park, a famous Russian landmark in Moscow region.

49. Moscow Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences is Europe’s largest botanical garden. The Garden was founded in April 1945, shortly before the end of World War II. The Garden presents 18000 plants from the former Soviet Union and the world.

50. Stromynka street, named after the ancient road, is older that Moscow itself!

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Moscow Five 2011


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Frags from Russia’s top team in 2011, Moscow Five. They achieved much success throughout the year, taking 1st place at MSI BEAT IT Russia and ASUS Winter. Alongside those were a 2nd place finish at ICSC 8, and 3rd place at WCG and ASUS Spring.
Eduard ‘ED1K’ Ivanov
Mihail ‘Dosia’ Stolyarov
Sergey ‘Fox’ Stolyarov
Alexander ‘XEK’ Zobkov
Roman ‘ROMJkE’ Makarov
Bird Peterson Goro’s Theme
In Flames Sounds of a Playground Fading
Architects btn
In Flames Deliver Us
Montell Jordan This is how we do it

Moscow Five 2011

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