If you can characterize your life as on-the-go, busy, or not having enough time, Specialized made a bike just for you—the Turbo Vado 3.0. It's made to accommodate busy lives that are always in movement, which is why they took their proven Turbo pedal-assist technology and accelerated it into the future. The Turbo Vado 3.0 features a custom 250-watt motor and 460Wh battery that are fully integrated with the bike and specifically tuned for city riding, and in the case of the battery, it doesn't require any tools for removal, so it's super easy to remove from the bike for charging. The 3.0 iteration of the Vado's battery is perfectly suited to urban environments and short trips. The tune, meanwhile, is meant to be as efficient as possible for quick, spontaneous efforts that are demanded when riding in the city. Specialized also made sure that it's totally compatible with Bluetooth, so you can toggle between battery modes to increase your range in real time via the Mission Control App. There are three battery modes to work with in order to maximize the battery life, and with the app, you can even plot your course and the battery will adjust while you're riding to make sure that you get through your ride on one charge. - The Vado's motor is fully integrated with the frame and features a 250-watt output. It's also been custom-tuned for city riding, and it intuitively reacts to the force of your pedaling. So the harder you pedal, the more power it delivers. And with an internal belt drive design, it does this without added vibration for the smoothest and most silent ride possible. - A custom 2.2-inch LCD digital display enables you to monitor all of your ride data in real time. It also connects the Mission Control App via Bluetooth, so you have full control over the tune, modes, range, and much more. - Specialized made the custom 460Wh battery to be fully integrated with the frame, removable for easy charging, and lockable for added security. It can communicate with the display and has multiple modes to maximize the overall efficiency and range.
The name Dyodo recalls the first electronic semiconductor ever built: the diode. Drawing inspiration from the diode, the Dyodo is an e-road bike built to provide energy flow from the motor to the rider. In designing the Dyodo, Pinarello sought to match the look and feel of a conventional road bike, ensuring it met the primary demands of lightness, rigidity, and speed. To set a new standard for e-road bikes, Pinarello used a revolutionary system that is both simple and efficient. The Ebikemotion X35 drive system utilizes a rear hub motor that provides enough power to increase the speed, range, and fun factor of your rides, without adding a bunch of weight to the bike. System maintenance is a breeze, with a convenient charging port on the frame's seat tube and an easily removable rear wheel. The incredibly simple IWOC One system is integrated into the top tube and provides a single button to control On/Off, battery level, and support mode. The Dyodo's frame is constructed of high-strength T700 Carbon with a UD finish, which increases its impact strength while providing the trademark ride feel that Pinarello bikes are known for. Thanks to the slightly wider cross-section, the downtube is even stiffer compared to a standard road frame, giving the bike incredible out-of-the-saddle acceleration. The addition of disc brakes enhances the rider's experience and provides additional safety—both front and rear calipers are flat mount and use a 160mm disk to provide maximum control and stopping power. The disk brake integration also keeps the fork crown and rear design perfectly clean. Additionally, the fork has been designed with a thru axle for better stiffness of the front wheel, and to increase steering precision. The chainstays are designed with a 136 x l2mm Allen nut axle that's specific to the rear hub motor, for maximum responsiveness and stability during braking. If you're seeking bigger adventures or simply a shorter commute, the Pinarello Dyodo is a perfect choice.
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