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Waterloo company teams up to bring latest upgrade to eBikes

Riders are able to double the power and range of their eBikes
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Waterloo company Accelerated Systems Inc. has partnered up with Teznic Inc. to reportedly bring the fastest, longest range, and highest torque Sur-Ron eBike to the market.

This collaboration will see Sur-Ron owners access a new level of performance that extends the range and increases the bike's power. 

With the current top speed reaching 60 kilometres an hour, riders will now be able to go for longer rides on more challenging terrains.

“I've been in this industry for over eleven years now, and in that time, I've learned that sometimes, when offered free rein, developers chose to overextend the controller, motor and battery to unsafe and performance reducing levels. Working with Teznic, we were able to engineer and market a solution that delivers the maximum amount of power while at the same time providing a safe vehicle with the most consistent ride feel. Ultimately what we have jointly created is a very stable, strong, and efficient tune for this bike,” said Martin Kunze, Application Engineering Manager at ASI, in a release.

The partnership between ASI and Teznic comes when the eBike community continues to look for enhanced performance from battery technology to increase range, power, and rider experience.

ASI is a global leader in electric drive systems, while Teznic's high power density battery expertise led to the creation of a more robust package of combining the electric power with the BAC4000 and BAC8000 electric motor controllers to allow for better performance.

“Teznic is a forward-thinking organization with a singular focus, to propel the recreational electric vehicle market to new levels of performance and user experience. It was these values that made our partnership with ASI work so well. They provide world-class electric motor controller expertise; delivering ongoing development of our power management technology, yielding increased regenerative braking efficiency by as much as 30 per cent, while also furnishing highly valuable data & analytics," said John Fiorini, COO of Teznic, in a release.

 

 

 

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