Ben's long tour
Ben weighs 80 kg and his cycling group often tackles long distances on the weekends. Most of the time their speed is higher than 25 km/h. On the flat, they go all out, forming a chain gang. Arriving at the mountains, the engine support comes at the right time for Ben, so he doesn't have to hold back on the flat by drafting. Most of the time his support mode stays at "Breeze". Only in really steep sections, he switches to "Rocket". But it hurts anyhow.
Julia's daily ride
Julia weighs 55 kg and rides to work everyday. She rides a lot of gravel tracks on her way to work, also passing a small forest. One or two steep sections are on and in her way. Especially in the mornings a true challenge, when the body is not yet awake. On these occasions, Julia switches to a higher support level. Apart from that, she stays in "Breeze "mode and keeps on cruising.
David and Thomas' ride together
David (95 kg) and Thomas (68 kg) can finally ride together since David has switched to a PARALANE². As their home area is very undulating, meters of altitude quickly add up. With his old bike, David would quickly loose contact on the climb, while Thomas would need to wait on top. Now they push each other to new records – on the flat (David's strong suit) and in the mountains. David adjusts the support level depending on the situation.
The Fazua Evation motor/battery unit is beautifully integrated in the downtube. The motor supports you with up to 400 Watt when help is needed. Above 25 km/h or when you turn off the support, the motor/battery unit completely decouples from the drive and you can pedal resistance-free.
"The PARALANE² combines the agility and dynamism of a racing bike with the support of an engine to create an extremely successful example of an e-road bike."
"Convenient and individually tuned for my daily commute. And, what is more, exactly my style..."
"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