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Coming Soon: The Donnelly gravel e-bike.


We showed our latest project at Sea Otter a few weeks ago and we thought we would share a few media links as well as few points about the German Fauza battery and motor system we are using. 

Bike Rumor:

Gravel Cyclist:

Electric Bike Report:

About the Fazua System:

Here is some general information about the Fazua battery and motor system we are using in our new gravel e-bike:

        • Fazua is a relatively new brand, founded in 2013.
        • Headquartered in Germany.
        • Sold in Europe and found on bikes from Logo, Cube, Fantic, Bulls, Look, Donnelly, and more.
        • Lightest mid-drive motor system available.
        • Centered system means a more balanced ride.
        • This is a Class 1 e-bike.
          • Class 1 e-bike, or low-speed pedal-assisted electric bicycles, is equipped with a motor that provides assistance only when the rider is pedaling and stops providing assistance when the bicycle reaches 20 mph. These e-bikes are legal on any paved surface that a regular bike is allowed to operate.
        • Power range:  250 - 400 watts max
        • Assist turns off when speeds exceed 20mph
        • 60 Nm of torque at the crank.
        • Battery weight: 1.4 kg/3lbs
        • Range on flats: ~ 60km/37mile on the flats with 100% battery at max out put.
        • You can ride bike without the battery and motor.
          • Feels like a traditional bike when motor is off or removed and there is no drag or friction in the bottom bracket.
          • An optional battery cover can be used in place of the motor unit and battery if you choose ride without the power assistance. 
          • Riding without the motor an battery will reduce overall bike weight by 6.4lbs / 2.9kg.
        • Fazua App Features:
        • - GPS navigation and tracking

          - Speedometer

          - Technical overview, state of battery

          - Support and access to Fazua Service

          - Interact, share your rides with friends

        - Summary and analyze the collected data after your ride in detail