Is it the world’s smallest e-bike drive? The answer to this question is best given after Eurobike and after seeing all the new offering for electric bikes. But Panasonic’s new drive system looks to be a very serious contender for this record.
Panasonic Cycle Technology will present its newly developed, very, very compact, direct drive motor at its Eurobike booth (A4-605). – Photo PressedienstFahrrad
Panasonic Cycle Technology will present its newly developed, very, very compact, direct drive motor at its Eurobike booth (A4-605). Next to compact, it is noiseless and features a 3-sensor concept for optimal and efficient support and comfortable cadences. Maximum torque stands at 65 Nm.
Other news from Panasonic Cycle Technology is on the service-team that was recently installed for the European market. It consists of Naoki Obita and Martin Münchschwander.
Manager Obita and Service Technician Münchschwander are representing PCT's European Service Center based at Panasonic/Sanyo Component Europe GmbH in Munich. Panasonic offers e-bike drive systems since 1996 on its home market Japan and since 2000 in Europe.