How the Vivax Motor Works

A very light cylindrical-shaped motor, gearbox and free wheel unit slides down and is fixed inside the seat tube.
The bevel gear on the end of the motor protrudes inside the bottom bracket.
This bevel gear drives a gear fixed to the axle of a Shimano Hollow Tech II crank axle.
When the button is pressed on the handlebars it powers the motor, helping the rider to turn the cranks, making pedalling easier or faster.

There are 3 ways to turn off the motor when cycling –
1. Pressing the button a second time will switch off the motor.
2. Applying the brakes and stopping. Once the motor is displaced (stopped) it will automatically switch the power off to it. just press the button again to re-introduce the power.
3. The rider can create resistance against the motor by physically stopping the cranks from turning with their legs, this will also displace the motor.

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Vivax Assist motor gear, engages with another gear which is attached to a HollowTech II bottom bracket.

Vivax Motor

Vivax Assist Motor which is fitted into the seat tube.

Vivax Assist Battery 9-Ah

Vivax Assist Battery 6-Ah

Vivax Assist Battery 6-AH

Under Saddle Bag Battery

Vivax on off button

On/Off Button on end of Handlebars

Cane Creek Suspension Seat Post
with Controller Installed inside

Vivax Assist Controller

Vivax Assist Seat Post ControllerĀ