The Yamaha Drive Unit PW is an engine equipped with a 250 W torque sensor, powered by 36 V, projected for a sport professional use. A 3 Sensors System interacts with the control unit, sending to it all info regarding cyclist and bike (effort, speed and ride cadence) to guarantee a strong and dynamic distribution of power and at the same time flowing and stable. Thanks to a 70 Nm torque (a “peak” of 80 Nm) and the Zero-Cadence Support function, since first pedal the engine will offer a full power, you will be able to overtake every hurdle.
Yamaha offers 5 assistance levels for your effort/pedal: High, Standard, Eco, Eco+ and Off. The engine support starts with a 40% (Eco+) and ended with a 280% (High) with this wide range of choices every rider will be satisfy finding the best compromise between power and range considering the track.
The carbon is fiber from Toray a Japanese company that makes the absolute best raw carbon material in the world. We use multiple layers of varying modulus carbon fiber in specific areas of each frame size in order to achieve the desired stiffness, weight and durability.
The entire frame is laid up in a custom shaped mold. There are no tubes as such, just hollow carbon shapes that handle all the loads. The Monocoque construction method is the best method for working with man-made composite materials. As the carbon fiber can be laid up precisely as desired, any shape and performance parameter can be obtained through combination of layup and shape of the mold. There are no extrinsic (ie. tube end mating needs) factors that influence the final shape and performance, thus even the most carefully designed lugged or bonded tube frames are inferior in this regard.
If you come to road bikes and you want to approach to new emotions with MTB or you’re enjoying the trails near home looking for adrenalin and wild nature, these are the right bycicles for you.
The COMP family are characterized by a rigid aluminum frame and a 100mm fork excursion, ideal for every king of paths, 29er wheels for cross-country, 27,5” for enduro and all mountain, 26” for woman.