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Pedelecs, also known as e-bikes or power-assisted cycles, are normal bikes fitted with a battery powering a motor, which will assist your own pedalling efforts up 15.5mph. As their popularity has grown, so has market in the UK and with that, the different options that can now be purchased. Crank/mid-drive vs hub motor, folding electric bikes for easy storage, smaller wheels for manoeuvrability round town or e-MTBs for trails at the weekend? If you’re looking to find the answers to those questions and more, you’ll find more information in our guides and on our forum.
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The AUTORQ system made its first appearance on Momentum Electric's bikes back in 2012, when founder Ying-Tsao Tan's ambition was to create simplified, intuitive assistance from a torque-sensing system.
In 2017 Tan launched a second strand to the business in supplying their re-engineered AUTORQ electrical system to other brands. Momentum Electric say they are redefining hub drive systems by using "a LIN based network, co-developed with Accelerated Systems Inc., which allows a range of peripherals to be developed and... Read more