Taichung report: Power hub expands beyond pedalec to training

By Stephen Frothingham

TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Innotorq’s torque-sensing rear hub relies on reading the torsional rotation of the cassette barrel around an axle to quantify drivetrain loading. Because the system is quick to respond and accurate, it gives e-bike drivetrain suppliers the data they need to make pedal assist a more seamless experience for the rider. It also could have application in the fast-growing market for power meters in training, which the company …read more

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