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ED20: Upgrade your cycling experience at a quite small cost

Unlike the traditional eBike system that uses mechanical finger shifting, Magene includes electronic shifting for the first time. ED20 can be integrated into your eBike system through wired connection and powered by the eBike battery. The performance will be more stable through a wired connection and can improve the cycling experience significantly at a very small cost.

The ED20 small-volume wire actuator solution can realize gear shifting via buttons, which can effectively reduce finger fatigue or pain and is more accurate. Moreover, the handlebar is more concise by removing the mechanical shifting. The product is small in size, easier to install and hide, and the cycling experience can be upgraded without any bike modification.

In addition, ED20 electronic shifting is also an excellent choice for users or clients who want to improve the riding experience at a low cost. Compared with a direct electronic drive, the cost of the small volume wire actuator can be reduced by 80%, greatly reducing the upgrade cost. As a separate component, the ED20 is also very convenient to disassemble and use and can be installed in any position of the eBike, or hidden in the bike frame.

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Torque Sensor vs. Cadence Sensor: which is better?

On an e-Bike, the Torque Sensor or the Cadence Sensor is important in the e-bike system for improving performance and operation. Below, we will briefly compare and analyze them.

Torque Sensor

The torque sensor is a device that senses changes in the rider’s outgoing force acting on the pedals, cranks, and bottom bracket. It measures the torque or force changes generated during riding. The torque sensor senses the changes in real time and transmits the signal to the controller to adjust the motor’s output. For example, in the case of climbing a hill at a low speed, although the speed and pedaling frequency are not high, the rider will need more power to pedal, and then the motor receives the feedback from the torque sensor and will output more to assist the rider. Therefore, the torque sensor can help to provide more precise power output, thus optimizing the riding experience.

Cadence Sensor

The cadence sensor is more focused on monitoring how often the rider pedals. It can sense the rhythm and speed of the rider’s pedaling in real-time and transmit this signal to the controller. The working principle of cadence sensors is generally through physical contact, such as via metal contacts or magnetic induction, to detect the pedaling frequency. There is also some new cadence sensor that adopts non-contact design, such as through infrared or ultrasonic wave to detect the pedaling frequency. The cadence sensor is critical in speed control and mileage calculation. For example, when calculating the total mileage, it is necessary to multiply the distance and the number of times of each pedal stroke, and the number of times of each pedal stroke needs to be provided by the pedaling frequency sensor. In addition, the cadence sensor can also help control the power output at a specific pedaling frequency to adapt to different riding needs.

In summary, torque and cadence sensors are critical in adjusting the electric assist during the riding. Their main difference lies in the different physical quantities they measure: the torque sensor mainly measures the torque or force during riding. However, the cadence sensor focuses on the frequency of the rider’s pedaling. With its help, the motor’s power output will be precisely adjusted during the riding, providing a better riding experience. At the same time, their presence also makes e-Bike much more intelligent and better to meet the various needs of users.

Magene e-Bike System Solution: Fat Tire Electric Bike

Fat bikes are becoming more and more popular nowadays. A fat bike (sometimes referred to as a fat tire bike) is an alternative bicycle sub-type that utilizes ‘fat’ tires, which are usually between 3.5-5″ wide, providing increased traction compared to your average bicycle. The wider tires a fat bike uses are designed to distribute the rider’s weight over a larger surface area, like sandy trails & beaches, snow, mud, swamps, bogs, and many mountain bike trails.

As the eBike has become the new hot trend, electric fat tire bikes also have become a hit in city transportation. With their unique and sturdy design, electric power, cool looks, and ability to handle rough terrain, they are quickly becoming a popular choice for urban commuters, adventure seekers, and anyone who wants to get around the city in style.

Magene provides a whole system solution to build a steady, safe, and reliable fat tire electric bike, we can take a close look at the details.

The whole system is composed of eBike Connected App, display, controller, BB torque sensor, electronic shifting, and radar sensor to guarantee a safe and comfortable riding experience.


As the core component, Magene eBike system employs the CR71 and CR70 controllers for fat tire eBike.

CR70 Controller

· 250W-1000W Compatible

· Whole aluminum alloy base, heat dissipation improved by 30% with lifespan 30% longer

· Auto Assist Function

· Smooth Assist Function

CR71 Controller

· 250W-750W small-sized controller

· Smart device supportive by wire

· Simple wire, waterproof cable and plug is standard configuration

· Auto Assist Function

· Smooth Assist Function


There are multiply options for the displays.

DY50 Display

· Touchscree

· Interactions with electronic shifting, radar, heart rate sensors(optional)

· Map navigation

· Cycling record

DY21 Display

· Display of precise power, range, efficiency

· Auto assist interaction supportive

· Better interactions and user experience with BLE and App

· Electronic shifting supportive (optional)

DY11 Display

· Simple design

· Auto assist interaction supportive

· Better interactions and user experience with BLE and App

· Electronic shifting supportive (optional)


SR20 is a digital hollow torque sensor with axle and spider integrated. Its weight is only 460 g, saving installation and dismounting time by 50%.

· Hollow BB, axle and sleeve separated, axle and spider integrated

· 460g weight, saving installation and dismounting time by 50%

· Digital signal, delay ≤10ms, precision±1.5%


In order to make riding safer, the radar sensor of Magene eBike system can detect the speed and distance of approaching vehicles within 140 meters behind in real time. Cooperating with the display, it enable riders to know the conditions of approaching vehicles without looking back, thus effectively reducing riding risks.

· Working with eBike display to sense of vehicles approaching from behind up to 140m

· 40° horizontal detection angle effectively warning of rear vehicles

· Working with eBike rear light to warn rear vehicles

· Small size, easy installation


Electronic shifting is newly added to Magene eBike system. It can realize a one-tap gear change together with the display and the supporting button.

· Electric signal to avoid delayed response

· Make the shifting more accurate, reduces the commissioning operation

· Small size and easy installation

Magene eBike system also paid more attention on its easy-operation and convenience, which enhance riders’ overall riding experience. The system can be easily adjusted before/during/after the cycling ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride.

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5 Tips To Know Before You Buy Your First e-Bike

e-Bikes are booming as recreation and transportation alternatives to traditional pedal cycles. e-bikes are innovative enhancements of human-powered mobility that can ultimately change your life. e-bikes are wonderful for any bike rider today, but they aren’t perfect.

No matter if you’re a complete newbie to the scene or a slightly seasoned enthusiast, read on for further information you can cling to like a comfort blanket; we’ve got the basics covered. Here’s what to look for when buying your first e-bike.

  • Selecting your primary purpose for purchasing an e-bike and determine your budget

Take into account your lifestyle and the intended use of your e-bike. Do you need an e-bike for transportation, exercise, or fun? Off-road on dirt trails? City commuting? Options range from high-powered, moped-style e-bikes to fat tire e-bikes, mountain e-bikes, average cruisers, and thin-tired single-speed city riders. So before you start comparing models, figure out what style of e-bike you want and then start comparing e-bikes with similar It will assist you in selecting the best kind of e-bike.

Corresponding to different types or even same type, e-bike prices range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. Decide on an e-bike that matches your needs based on your budget.

  • Motor, Battery Life and Charging Time

To accommodate the interests and styles of riders, e-bikes come in two fundamental types: mid-drive and hub. The motor has an impact on your e-bike’s weight, range, and capability in addition to its performance and cost.

When selecting an e-bike, battery life and charging time are crucial factors to take into account. If you require more power for hills or a longer battery life for longer rides, look for an e-bike with a battery that suits your needs.

  • Brand and Reputation

To help narrow down your selection, examine competent manufacturer names, search the internet about the brand, or purchase directly from brick-and-mortar stores or online specialty retailers. Pick an electric bike from a reputed manufacturer with a track record of creating high-quality electric bikes with helpful customer service and warranties.

  • Test Rides and stay safe.

One of the best ways to learn about a bike is to get on it. Also remember before you jump on the bike and head out the door, you should do a couple of safety and set up checks to make sure it is ready to go. The first thing to do is ensure the bike is set up properly for you, and wear whatever clothing you usually ride in and helmet to keep your riding safe and comfortable. Finally ask the sales about the route and experience the ride.

  • Last but not least

Purchasing a new e-bike can be expensive and the process can be exhilarating. it takes a bit of research to know what you’re doing before throwing down your credit card. The provided tips in this guide will help you along your e-bike buying journey. Keep these in mind before purchasing your next e-bike.

Pedal Power 2.0: Why eBikes Are The Next Big Thing in Cycling

An ebike, short for “electric bike,” is a bicycle that is equipped with an electric motor and a battery, which can assist the rider in pedaling or provide power for the bike to move without pedaling. Ebikes come in various types, including city bikes, mountain bikes, and road bikes, and are designed to provide riders with an extra boost of power to make cycling easier and more accessible.

Ebikes are becoming increasingly popular as a more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient mode of transportation, particularly for commuting and leisurely rides. They can be used for both on-road and off-road cycling, and are available in a range of styles and configurations to suit different riding preferences and terrain types.

Ebikes are becoming a new trend for several reasons, including:

Increased awareness of environmental concerns: Many people are looking for more environmentally friendly modes of transportation, and ebikes offer a greener alternative to cars and other motorized vehicles.

Improved technology and affordability: Ebike technology has improved significantly in recent years, making them more reliable and affordable than ever before. As a result, more people are able to purchase and use them for commuting and recreation.

Health benefits: While ebikes provide assistance with pedaling, they still require some effort from the rider. As a result, they can provide a low-impact form of exercise that is easier on the joints than traditional cycling, making them attractive to people who may not be able to ride a traditional bike due to physical limitations.

Convenience: Ebikes can be used for a wide range of activities, including commuting, running errands, and leisurely rides. They offer a convenient and flexible mode of transportation that can save time and money compared to driving a car or using public transportation.

Overall, ebikes offer a combination of convenience, affordability, and health benefits that make them an attractive alternative to traditional bicycles and motorized vehicles. As more people become aware of their advantages, it is likely that they will continue to grow in popularity.

EBIKES: Rear Drive VS Mid Drive

Both rear drive and mid drive ebikes have their own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice between them ultimately depends on the specific needs and preferences of the rider. Here are some of the benefits of rear drive ebikes compared to mid drive ebikes:

Simpler design: Rear drive ebikes are simpler in design than mid drive ebikes, as they have fewer moving parts and are easier to maintain. This can make them more reliable and cost-effective in the long run.

Lower center of gravity: Rear drive ebikes have a lower center of gravity than mid drive ebikes, which can make them more stable and easier to handle, especially at higher speeds.

Quieter operation: Rear drive ebikes tend to be quieter than mid drive ebikes, as the motor is located further away from the rider’s ears.

Better for off-road riding: Rear drive ebikes are generally better for off-road riding, as they provide more torque and better traction on steep inclines and loose terrain.

However, there are also some advantages to mid drive ebikes, including:

  1. Better weight distribution: Mid drive ebikes have a more balanced weight distribution between the front and rear wheels, which can improve handling and stability.
  2. Greater efficiency: Mid drive ebikes can be more efficient than rear drive ebikes, as the motor is located at the bike’s center of gravity and can take advantage of the bike’s gears to optimize power output.
  3. More natural feel: Mid drive ebikes can provide a more natural feel when pedaling, as the motor provides power through the bike’s chain and pedals, simulating the feeling of a traditional bike.

In summary, both rear drive and mid drive ebikes have their own benefits and drawbacks, and the choice between them depends on the rider’s specific needs and preferences.