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Yamaha Unveils New Civante E-Bike for the Road

Yamaha Bicycles has unveiled its latest e-bike for the road called the Civante, which features a robust PWSeries SE motor that utilizes frictionless sensors that measure pedal-torque, speed and crankarm cadence, delivering seamless power-assistance to meet the ever-changing terrain and riding conditions. Moreover, the system elevates the Civante to a class 3 e-bike that’s capable of reaching a top speed of 28mph.

“The Civante will introduce a new group of riders to Yamaha’s legendary quality, comfort and performance and increases and diversifies our retail options,” said Drew Engelmann, Yamaha’s Power Assist Bicycle group sales and marketing manager. “The Civante looks great, feels smooth and comfortable, and delivers the cutting-edge handling dynamics and seamless integration of assist technology that Yamaha does better than anyone else.”

Other features include:

  • Center-mounted PWSeries SE Motor with four levels of power assist.
  • Class 3 power assist with up to 70Nm of max torque, and cadence support up to 110 rpm.
  • 500-watt-hour Lithium-ion battery pack with charging options on or off the bicycle, with Yamaha’s charger, charging from 0-80% in approximately one hour.
  • Multi-function LCD display with Bluetooth app compatibility and readout showing assist modes, speedometer, odometer, trip meter, battery capacity, clock, stopwatch, diagnostics and more.
  • Ergonomic drop handlebar design for multiple riding positions and extra padding wrapped in cork bar tape for vibration damping.
  • Built-in convenience features, including an LED front headlight, pre-wiring for Yamaha’s rear rack with integrated taillight, and rack and fender kit mounts.
  • Yamaha aluminum frame and fork with integrated housing and cable routing.
  • E-bike rated tires, featuring reflective sidewalls.
  • Mid-depth aerodynamic wheels with 12mm thru-axle hub design.
  • 10-speed drive train, double chainring, Shimano STI shifters and hydraulic disc brakes.

The Civante sells for $3,399.00, and comes in a polar white color scheme with a three-year warranty on the drive unit, 500-watt-hour battery, controller, display and frame.

 

 

 

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