Driven Technologies seeks to shift into the e-bike market

The American brand is displaying its all-new ebike drivetrain at this years Euro Bike festival

Driven Technologies drive train on commuter bike white background
(Image credit: Driven Technologies)

Driven Technologies is showcasing a brand new e-bike drivetrain at the 2023 Euro Bike Festival in the shape of the Orbit Drive. The new chainless system features a set of planetary gears and built-in regenerative braking all in a 'bolt-on' package that they hope will make for easy adoption, once fully released.

The company from Colorado may be remembered best for the rather alien CeramicSpeed Driven drivetrain concept back in 2018. However, as of 2021, Driven Technologies was spun off from its parent Ceramic Speed, and has been trading as a separate company - with a particular focus on the rapidly growing e-bike sector.

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Joe Baker
Tech Writer

Joe is Cycling Weekly's tech writer. He's always had a love for bikes, since first riding a two wheeled steed before the age of four. Years down the line, Joe began racing at 16, and enjoyed great experiences internationally, racing in Italy, Spain and Belgium to name a few locations. Always interested in tech, Joe even piloted his Frankenstein hill climb bike to a Junior National Title in 2018.  After taking a step back from elite level racing in April 2022, Joe joined our team as a freelancer, before becoming Tech Writer in May 2023.