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Electric mountain bike claims world’s fastest response time

Electric mountain bike claims world’s fastest response time

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By Rich Pell



The PESU E-bike is a hybrid bike that uses both human and electric power. A power assist is available to the rider by a power boost system installed in the middle of the bike body.

According to the company, their self-developed and patented torque sensor enables them to achieve a drive unit response time of just 10 ms, allowing for a more “intuitive” riding experience. This compares to drive units from companies like Yamaha and Bosch, which have a response time of around 50 ms.

In addition, says the company, their drive unit is quicker, lighter, and faster than the industry leaders. “In the manufacturing process of the motor body, we adopted an advanced automation equipment, achieving a fully automatic winding, magnetic paste, and through high-temperature curing and radial magnetization technology, greatly improves the consistency of the motor body to ensure that the motor is efficiently output.”

PESU has launched two new E-bike models in the Kickstarter campaign: The Monster and Volador. Monster is designed for both off- and on-road environments and has a power boost available in two versions: 250 W and 350 W.

Volador is a mountain bike equipped with a power boost system with a rated power of 350 W and a peak output power of 500 W. Its 150 mm of front fork suspension enables it to endure impacts caused by terrains with big drops and steep slopes.

Both bikes feature an integrated battery compartment and a smart panel providing access to four power modes. According to the company, they can go for up to 100 miles on a single charge.

The crowdfunding campaign will remain in effect until September 28, but has already achieved its $100,000 goal.

PESU campaign on Kickstarter

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