TORQUE SENSORS ARE MAKING YOUR RIDE BETTER
Hey there, electric bike riders! Do you want to ride smoother, go faster, and feel safer? Torque sensors are a huge factor in making that happen. It's like a secret weapon for your bike, making it easy to climb hills, save battery life, and pedal like a champ.
MORE NATURAL AND INTUITIVE
A torque sensor provides a more natural and intuitive riding experience, as the level of assistance is directly proportional to the amount of force applied by the rider. This means that the motor assistance will feel smoother and more responsive to the rider's efforts, regardless of what level of assist you have selected.
BETTER HILL CLIMBING PERFORMANCE
The torque sensor overall is better suited for hill climbing, as it can detect the increased force required to pedal uphill and provide the appropriate level of assistance. A cadence sensor, on the other hand, may not be able to detect the increased force required for hill climbing, resulting in less efficient performance.
LONGER BATTERY LIFE
Having a torque sensor can help to extend the battery life of an electric bike by providing assistance only when needed. The motor will only kick in when the rider applies force to the pedals, meaning that the battery is not being drained unnecessarily.
There is a level of improved safety with this sensor, as it provides a more predictable and responsive level of assistance. This can be especially important in situations where sudden changes in terrain or obstacles require quick adjustments in pedaling effort.
In closing, a torque sensor provides a more natural and responsive riding experience, better performance on hills, longer battery life, and improved safety compared to a cadence sensor.