Specialized Develops E-Racer Drive System

MORGAN HILL, USA – At just 12.2 kilogram, Specialized’s new Turbo Creo SL e-racer is much lighter than other e-bike with bottom-bracket based motors. Instead of using an existing system designed for urban riding or mountain biking, Specialized have built a system from the ground up specifically for road riding. According to Specialized, “the new SL 1.1 motor provides a consistent power and smooth assistance giving the rider a natural feel when pedalling.”
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Brose Turns to Deliveries of Complete Drive Systems Including Batteries and Displays

BERLIN, Germany – System integration is the news Brose has in store for MY 2020. The German mid-motor manufacturer expanded its portfolio and is now offering completely integrated Brose drive systems for e-bikes which, next to mid-motors, also includes control units, batteries and displays. Also new in the Brose drive family is that the mid-motors are available as aluminium and magnesium platforms.
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Yamaha To Set New Benchmark for Hi-End E-MTBs with PW-X2 Drive

IWATA, Japan – The company has made a new for itself in motocross and even points to its DNA coming from motorsports. With that background Yamaha is now claiming to have set a new benchmark for hi-end e-MTBs with its new top mid-motor PW-X2. For MY 2020 there’s more news coming from Yamaha like with the PW-ST for sporty trekking bikes as well as with Quad Sensor System and Automatic Support Mode technologies.
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