Yadea launches three new eBike models in the U.S.

Yadea launches three new eBike models in the U.S.

Yadea debuted three new e-bike models to the U.S. market at this year's CES in Las Vegas – Innovator, URider S and Trooper 01.

Yadea debuted three new e-bike models at this year’s CES – Innovator, URider S and Trooper 01. Yadea says its proprietary “intelligent motor” comes with a maximum torque of 100Nm and a multi-sensor integrated algorithm that can accurately determine the rider’s intention, with the torque sensor accuracy reaching 0.01Nm. With no internal connectors, the motor has the least number of parts in the industry, minimizing the possibility of interference while making it easier to repair and replace, the company says.

Innovator features a magnesium monocoque casting body, as well as front and rear single-arm design, folding size down to 9.535 feet in tandem with an exclusive design for the storage mount. URider S comes equipped with a large capacity and high-density LG18650 lithium battery, a 48V 3 Amp fast charger (4-5 hour charging), as well as front and rear racks with large loading capacities, Yadea says.

The Trooper 01 e-bike comes loaded with powerful high-energy-density lithium cells, in addition to wide tires and superior disc brakes that ensure a safe riding experience even on bumpy and poorly paved roads, the company says. The bike comes in a twin-motor 1,000W version and a single-motor 750W version, both boasting the Electronic Limited Slip Differential (ELSD) technology that delivers better safety performance by preventing slippage loss of control during starting and climbing. The dedicated TFT-LCD display enables real-time status display of the front and rear motors. The rider can switch between the vehicle’s multiple modes, including front single drive, rear single drive, timely dual drive and full-time dual drive.

Yadea says it has built e-bike logistics facilities and aftersales warehouses in several Western and Midwestern states in the U.S.

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