Yamaha’s First Full Suspension e-MTBs are Here
While Yamaha might not exactly be a household name in the bicycle world, it probably should be. Back in 1989, they were already prototyping e-bikes, and in 1993, they introduced the first commercially-produced power-assisted bicycle (PAS), which debuted in Japan. Often when new technology is introduced, it can take a while to catch on, and in the case of the e-bike, we’re finally seeing offerings in most major manufacturer’s lineups. Electric bikes are now available across the spectrum, from commuters to road bikes and even mountain bikes. Yamaha’s newest offering, the YDX Moro and YDX Moro pro are their first full-suspension e-MTBs, and both feature a new motor, quad sensor system, five riding modes, and a dual twin frame.
The All-Mountain YDX Moro and YDX Moro Pro Feature new Yamaha Tech Thanks to the new PW-X2 drive unit that is paired with a quad-sensor system, the YDX Moro and Moro Pro e-bikes promise to deliver a natural-feeling, pedal-as.... Continue Reading at Expedition Portal