PentaLock unveils digital torque sensor and adaptive drive

PentaLock unveils digital torque sensor and adaptive drive

PentaLock, a pioneer in advanced bike security solutions, introduces their latest innovation: the Adaptive Drive digital torque sensor. This technology is integrated into PentaLock's all-in-one bottom bracket replacement.

PentaLock's main goal is to eliminate bike theft while ensuring riders have a secure and enjoyable cycling experience. They try to achieve this by combining an essential bike component with an unbreakable lock and other features. The inclusion of a digital torque sensor further enhances their product offering.

"We continuously strive to improve and evolve, and our smart digital torque sensor incorporates an innovative and intuitive predictive riding software algorithm, known as Adaptive Drive, guaranteeing a unique experience for cyclists," states Emil Norup, CEO of Pentalock.

Real-time data

The Pentalock platform receives real-time data through multiple sensors integrated into the bike, utilising a software-based digital approach to the torque sensor. This ensures that every Pentalock-integrated bike delivers the ideal output for any riding scenario, enhancing the overall riding experience and optimising performance.

Expanding the team

In addition to this technology, PentaLock announces the expansion of their team with the addition of Maik Geletneky, as OEM-sales manager. His focus will center on supporting Pentalock's growth in the DACH and CEE regions, strengthening partnerships with brands and factories.

"We are thrilled to have Maik join our growing sales team. With his expertise, we will be able to provide even higher levels of support to our new and existing customers, enhancing relationships and processes. His addition marks another significant step forward for our company," says Bjorn Gast, CSO of Pentalock.

This article is sponsored by PentaLock.