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Enviolo 2019 model year groupsets in production

Published May 15, 2018

CEDAR PARK, Texas (BRAIN) — Enviolo, a division of Fallbrook Technologies previously known as NuVinci, has started production on new drivetrain groups using its continuously variable internal gearing system.

Fallbrook filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February, but Enviolo continues to operate as usual. 

The brand's 2018 model year portfolio includes five groupsets each including a NuVinci Optimized controller and a transmission.

"With the NuVinci Optimized products, we enhance the riding experience and offer manufacturers the opportunity of differentiating their models," said Richard Hilgart, the product manager at Enviolo. "Given the growth of new segments such as urban lifestyle and e-cargo bikes or the outstanding progress of commercial and B2B fleets, it was evident to us that it is essential to create product lines with unique features focused on those applications. The MY2019 groupsets are a result of analyzing these trends and optimizing the products to fit rider requirements."

The portfolio includes a city group, a trekking group, a sportive group, and commercial and cargo groupsets.

"We are confident the new use-case approach will offer riders the optimal ride performance, while further establishing the brand Enviolo, and growing a successful business. In 2017, we had incredible revenue growth of 44 pecent over 2016, and early indications of Q1 results in 2018 already confirm this positive trend," said Billy van den Ende, the sales director at enviolo. Samples of the new groupsets have already been delivered, to allow manufacturers to display their new MY19 models at shows this summer. Current MY2018 products will remain available for warranty replacements only. 

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