The revolutionary PARALANE² offers support when you need it. Keep up with the group on the uphill climb, get off the couch and into gear, overcome your fear, take the stress out of cycling and discover new routes, knowing you'll have the strength for the home run. Overcome all the old hurdles.
"Until now, the trend towards electrification had largely passed road bikes by. We are convinced that this is set to change with Project Y."Gold Award Winner, Eurobike 2017
FOCUS Integration Technology F.I.T. Carbon
System integration and lightweight design are key features of F.I.T. carbon. High-strength fibres are dimensioned in such a way that they offer stability, stiffness and minimum weight, all neatly packaged in an unusual and unique frame design. This has enabled us to incorporate the battery and motor in an ultra-lightweight carbon frame. The intelligent solution for our pioneering E-bikes.
Comfort Improving Areas (C.I.A.)
C.I.A. reduces muscle fatigue by increasing rider comfort. The comfort of the bike is increased by making the tube cross-sections of the seatstays, chainstays and seat tube (Comfort Improving Areas) as flat and flexible as possible, so that the frame absorbs the forces caused by uneven surfaces, the bike runs more smoothly and the rider stays stronger for longer.
Road Boost Technology
A true revolution in the racing segment are our wide 148 and 110 mm R.A.T. axles – the Road Boost standard. These ensure an optimum chain line on e-racing bikes – which in turn ensures an optimum gearshift and less wear and tear. The wider axles also improve stability and the durability of the wheels.
Rapid Axle Technology (R.A.T.)
R.A.T. stands for Rapid Axle Technology and is the world's fastest floating axle. This is the first thru-axle system to combine the stability, alignment and lateral stiffness of a floating axle with extremely fast wheel changes. The simplicity and speed of the patented R.A.T. system exceeds that of even conventional quick-release devices.
R.A.T. thru-axles are sold under licence in the UK (UK patent GB2414971B)