The NuVinci Optimized Experience
Cycling with a bicycle or eBike incorporating NuVinci Technology is an incomparable experience. To gain insights from actual users or to learn how NuVinci Technology works, click here or on the image above.
The first NuVinci technology product was the NuVinci N170. The ground-breaking technology took the name NuVinci as a tip of the hat to Leonardo Da Vinci, who sketched in 1490 what many believe to be the first CVT transmission. The NuVinci N170 was the first continuously variable drivetrain commercially available for bicycles and was heralded by industry experts the world over as the biggest advancement in bicycle drivetrain technology since the derailleur itself some fifty years earlier. It won the prestigious Dutch FietsVaK Tradeshow Innovation Award in 2007 and many awards since then. Fallbrook continued to advance its award-winning bicycle drivetrain technology – further perfecting performance and enhancing the rider experience with the NuVinci N171.
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Fallbrook introduced an all-new NuVinci N360 drivetrain that is significantly lighter, smaller, smoother and easier to shift than its successful predecessors.
The introduction of NuVinci Harmony, the first intelligent bicycle drivetrain, redefined and enhanced the rider experience. Primarily for use with eBikes, it offers the cyclist for the first time a choice of seamless automatic or manual shifting. Shifting has never been easier or has the rider had more control and comfort throughout the ride. This game-changing shifting system marked the beginning of another new era in cycling.
The rapidly growing popularity of eBikes led to the development and the introduction of Harmony H|Sync™ as the next iteration of the already highly successful Harmony auto-shifting, continuously variable Harmony system for eBikes. H|Sync, which is based on the CAN bus communication standard, allows eBike manufacturers to offer a continuous automatic shifting experience similar to Harmony's, without the need for a separate shifting device on the handlebar.