SyncDrive Pro is tuned to deliver a powerful, performance-oriented riding style. The lightweight and compact motor is updated for 2019 with the possibility to tune it just the way the rider wants. With a predictable output that reacts to human input, the motor produces linear support to give you more control while riding



Superior tunable power output

The new SyncDrive Pro offers 5 support modes (Eco, Basic, Active, Sport and Power) and powerful assistance with a maximum support ratio of 360%. This means that, in the Power mode, 100% of human torque input offers 360% of pedal-assist.  For the 2019 E-bikes the rider can tune the support ratios for a more dynamic ride experience that matches every rider’s individual needs.

Pedal-Assist ModeSupport in %Max. Cadence

High-performance ride quality

For performance-minded riders, this motor offers 80Nm of powerful support up to 120 max rpm in the two upper support modes (Active, Sport, Power). The rider experiences no power loss while reaching higher levels of cadence, making steep climbs more accessible and comfortable. At the two entry support modes, the rider is rewarded with 110 max rpm and 80Nm of motor torque.

SyncDrive Pro is tuned to give quick and direct response to pedaling. It delivers 100% of 80Nm of motor torque in less than 19 milliseconds. Both the ISIS bottom bracket interface and clutch have been updated to provide a quicker, more direct response. Backlash of the ratchet mechanism is reduced by one third, and a hollow axle shaft creates a quicker, more direct response.

Lightweight and compact

The new SyncDrive Pro offers 5 support modes (Eco, Tour, Active, Sport and Power). With reduced weight (380 grams lighter than the SyncDrive Sport and Life) and reduced volume (13% less volume compared to SyncDrive Sport and Life), the new SyncDrive Pro motor is ideal for high performance E-bikes. The light and compact motor allows:

Clean lines
Next-level integration
Maximum ground clearance

A hollow axle shaft is used to reduce weight while a 128mm ISIS interface BB allows for a narrower Q factor to fit MTB standards