Well the fastest growing factor in the field of cycles is the electric addition bikes. Of course, when it comes to Yamaha, it looks the e-bikes differently. Yamaha Wabash e-bike is elected to combine those two categories, creating a versatile new option built for cruising both on and off-road. The result is the new Wabash.

There’s no shortage of e-bikes intended for slicker city riding, but Yamaha wants to take the tech off-road with its new Adventure Gravel e-Bike, the Wabash.

Yamaha Wabash E-Bike

While talking about the specifications, Yamaha Wabash e-bike has 42.3 lb (19 kg) weight with aluminum frame. The e-bike includes Yamaha’s Triple Sensor System for the measurement of rider power generation. Moreover it calculates the bike rolling speed and pedal revs per minute.

While the zero tempo assist feature of the rear hub sensor detects any forward pedaling immediately. Thus it activates the power support system, which provides pedal assist up to 20 mph (32 km/h).

The e-bike has four power levels are available from the company’s mid-mounted PW Series SE motor. They are rated at 250 W (nominal), 500 W (max) with up to 70 Nm (51.6 lb.ft) of torque on tap. Besides that the 36 V/500 Wh Li-ion battery unit graces the outside of the down tube. On the other hand, the SRAM Apex 1x11 drivetrain with SRAM X-Sync chainring pattern is accounted to keep the chain secure while on bumpy rides. Therefore it allows for precision shifting on rough terrain.

Alongside other specs, there’s a wide flare handlebar drop offers better stability, too, and stopping power is provided by SRAM Apex hydraulic disc brakes. The Wabash rides on 700x33c EXO Maxxis Speed Terrain tires.

The Yamaha Wabash e-bike has trip computer with speedo, odo, range and rhythm information displayed onscreen. It got, an LED headlight, and hidden rack mounts for attaching the company’s rack and fender kit round out the specs.