Bafang promote latest product developments at China Cycle 2021

E-drive systems manufacturer Bafang has presented a wide range of its latest product developments at China Cycle 2021, which was held from May 5-8 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.

During the show, products were divided into three distinct groups serving different regions: Europe, North America and China.

One of the most popular products on show was the M500 drive system. It boasts a maximum torque of 95 N.m, providing consistent, powerful and efficient support to riders. With a compact design, and rated power of 250W, the M420 drive system fits city and trekking eBikes, and adds drive support up to the legal speed limit of 25kph. Also displayed was the H500W drive system, used by American customers on eFat or eCargo models.

Joe Jiang, Director of Bafang’s Marketing & Sales Center, said: “China is a big country for bicycles. With the continuous development of China, e-scooters have started to become the main means of transportation. Therefore, in the future, we plan to redirect some of our resources to the domestic market and create more market growth opportunities.”

China Cycle 2021 is a key event for Bafang to present its motor products for the domestic market. With a range of sizes including 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17 inches, and rated power from 1000 to 4000W, the motor products cover nearly all requirements in the domestic market. Examples included the Harley style motor RM DBB0.2000D, suited for desert, mountain, beach and other terrain, and the unilateral motor UM DGB1.5000.D, with a maximum rated power of up to 6000W, offering high speed and high torque.

On the second day of the expo, Bafang held product information sharing sessions, revealing the features, technical data and capabilities of the new ranges for the North American and European markets.

The Bafang booth welcomed several senior industry leaders including Liu Suwen, Chairman of the China Bicycle Association, and Tao Xiaonian, Vice Chairman of the China National Light Industry Council.

Following the necessary cancellation of the China Cycle show in 2020, this year over 1,000 companies exhibited at the expo, all focused on furthering the high-quality development of the bicycle industry.