enviolo Launches Simplified Transmission System for the Cargo Bicycle Segment

CEDAR PARK, TX – 11-20-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — New internal gear hub developed for MY2020

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS / CEDAR PARK, TEXAS – November 20, 2018 – As part of enviolo’s continued focus on creating products that fit the specific needs of growing markets, enviolo has redesigned its cargo stepless shifting system. For MY2020, the heavy-duty groupset will be only available in a single piece axle version at a 10*135 dropout variant, simplifying the mounting process for bicycle manufacturers.

Introduced in MY2019, as part of enviolo’s use-case-based product portfolio, the cargo groupset features durable and strong components that enable greater material strength and allow applications of up to 280 kg permissible vehicle weight. To boost rider safety, an integrated brake disc mount of up to 203mm has been included through a forged housing. The shifting system is compatible with 500W nominal power motors, but as a part of the optimization, the output torque limit has been increased from up to 80Nm to up to 100Nm. 


‘With the new version, we are simplifying assembly, while reducing maintenance efforts. At the same time we maintain the power limits required for inner-city transportation.’, says Richard Hilgart, Product Manager at enviolo.  ‘This is valuable especially in the growing B2B applications, for which we have already developed exclusive offerings such as the one-year commercial warranty’, adds Hilgart.


OEMs can already place sample orders with enviolo. Production of the new cargo internal gear hub will start in April 2019. 


About enviolo

enviolo is “The Moving Standard” for bicycles and eBikes today.

With its stepless and automatic shifting products incorporating the revolutionary NuVinci® technology, enviolo elevates the riding experience and makes it simpler, more fun, safer, and healthier. Riding a bike with enviolo’s stepless or automatic shifting solution means concentrating less on changing gears and more on what’s important, for example: traffic, road hazards, passengers, or enjoying the beauty of the surroundings.

enviolo’s stepless and automatic shifting benefits are now available in five different group sets. All group sets consist of a NuVinci Optimized™ transmission and a controller, specifically designed for their use cases: city, trekking, sportive, cargo, and commercial. enviolo is a division of Fallbrook Technologies Inc. and operated under the name “NuVinci® Cycling” up until December 2017. The enviolo head office is located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. For more information, please visit www.enviolo.com.


About Fallbrook Technologies

Fallbrook Technologies is the inventor of the revolutionary NuVinci continuously variable planetary (CVP) technology, which enables performance and efficiency improvements for machines that use an engine, pump, motor, or geared transmission system – including urban mobility vehicles, cars and trucks, industrial equipment, and many other applications. Fallbrook has a unique collective development model and community through which NuVinci technology licensees share enhancements, which adds to the value of the technology and accelerates product development. This approach enables forward-looking companies, who wish to create visionary new products with NuVinci technology, to move quickly from concept to market commercialization. Fallbrook is based in Cedar Park near Austin, Texas, USA and has developed a strong portfolio of several hundred  patents worldwide with additional patent applications pending. For more information, visit www.fallbrooktech.com.

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