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Jena Hybrid has a carbon monocoque frame and fork. The frame’s geometry is similar to the Jena, offering a performance endurance ride combined with a comfortable ride position for long hours spent in the saddle.
The Jena Hybrid features traditional components like hydraulic disc brakes, 11 speed transmission and carbon or aluminium rims. The only component added to the traditional configuration is the rear hub containing the 40 Nm Ebikemotion motor to assist pedalling.
The motor is powered by a 250 Wh battery perfectly integrated inside the frame’s down tube. System control (on, off and monitoring) is controlled by the iWoc button installed on the handlebar, allowing the rider to choose Jena Hybrid’s various assistance modes.
There are practically no limits on Jena Hybrid’s usability and to the available configurations. The clearance between frame / fork and wheels allows you to install generously sized tires on 28” wheels or 650B MTB wheels. With 28” wheels you can install tires up to 44 mm wide, whereas with 650B MTB wheels, you can install 48 mm wide tires, equivalent to 1.95” (tested on Vittoria tires). There are numerous available supports that allow the installation of bottle holders, bags, carriers and mudguards. On the front fork, for example, you can install two bottle holders or one lowrider carrier for bags.
IMPROVED RIDING SAFETY
We improved riding safety by installing the iWoc button on the handlebar. The button is installed with a support on the handlebar, so riders can interact with the Ebikemotion system while keeping their hands firmly on the handlebar. On the Jena Hybrid, riders can select the assistance level and check the battery charge while keeping both hands on the top of the handlebar for safe off-road riding.
The Jena Hybrid’s on-board intelligence allows riders to determine and overcome their limits, as it assists the cyclist at just the right time.
There are several options for using and managing the system. The simplest is using only the iWoc controller which turns the system on and off, and allows the rider to select the desired assistance level simply by pressing the backlit button.