FAZUA Firmware

Update your Bike. Upgrade your Experience.

We took a little ride and upgraded our firmware to the latest version. Get our current update now and enjoy ultimate smooth riding pleasure with FAZUA.


The FAZUA firmware is largely responsible for the support level and functionality of your e-bike. Keep the FAZUA e-bike up-to-date and update the FAZUA firmware of your FAZUA RIDE 50 or RIDE 60 drive system.

Download the latest version of the FAZUA Toolbox Software in order to guarantee full compatibility between the FAZUA e-bike and the FAZUA firmware. Learn more about how to perform a firmware update for the FAZUA RIDE 60 or FAZUA RIDE 50.



Each new Firmware bundle includes new features as well as bug fixes. The latest firmware versions and changes for riders are listed here.


  • Improved energy consumption in standby mode

  • Smoother shifting experience through drive system assistance


  • Motor firmware 2.50, HMI firmware 2.40 (for all HMIs) - as combined bundle .029 is now unified for all FAZUA RIDE 50 systems

  • Boost function with 350W maximum motor power now also available for Evation Drivepacks!

    How does it work?

    • To activate the Boost function, press and hold the top button on your Remote for 2 seconds while an assist level is selected.
    • When activating the Boost while standing, the Boost will be active for 4 seconds, when activating while riding, it will be active for 12 seconds.
    • The active Boost function will be indicated by flashing LEDs in the color of the currently selected assist level.
    • When riding while Boost is activated, the user can extend the Boost duration (12 seconds) by activating it again. If the Boost is activated again during those 12 seconds, another 12-second Boost interval starts immediately. For example, if activating the Boost again after 8 seconds, the user will have a total Boost duration of 20 seconds. This reactivation can be repeated with no restriction.


    • FAZUA RIDE 50 Trail/Street firmware 2.22 already included the Boost function.
    • Significant improvement (compared to v 2.22): the support is much more sensitive, consistent and natural if the user pedals lightly while Boost is activated.
    • If the Boost is activated while the bike is stationary, the rider has 2 minutes to start pedaling with the Boost activated. After 2 minutes, the Boost is automatically deactivated.
    • Now, it is also possible to deactivate the Boost manually while stationary by using the same control (shifting up and holding for 2 seconds).
  • Improved riding behavior: reducing the torque sensor offset by over 75% results in a significantly smoother, more sensitive and more consistent support behavior of the motor, especially when pedaling lightly.


    This improved motor support during easy pedaling can result in higher energy consumption. This increased energy consumption can be compensated, however, by increasing the Support Relation or reducing the Maximum Power.

  • Improved, smoother motor behavior in 4 different scenarios:

    1. riding with constant pedaling power
    2. lightly pedaling at low torque
    3. with low Support Relation and high Maximum Power settings (like Rocket Mode) the support is much more consistent
    4. when accelerating, the motor is more responsive

    When starting to pedal lightly, the motor now reacts more sensitively and accelerates more smoothly.

    In a nutshell: Smoother support when riding at constant speeds, improved responsiveness when increasing or reducing pedaling power.

  • Reduced energy consumption while bike is in stand-by through optimized battery stand-by time. Stand-by time used to be 8-10 hours, which resulted in higher energy consumption due to the sensors remaining active.

    Improved stand-by time

    • Systems with wake-up function (Battery 250X and Remote fX, rX, bX): approximately 1 hour
    • Systems without wake-up function (Battery 250 or Remote b): approximately 3 hours


    • The stand-by procedures only apply in case the battery is in the Drivepack and the Drivepack is in the bike.
    • When the stand-by time has elapsed, the battery turns off; after that, it must be turned on manually.
    • Systems with wake-up function: turn on battery via Remote (press middle button).
    • Systems without wake-up function: take out the Drivepack and turn on the battery by pressing the button on the battery.
  • Improved Rider Power read-out for App and Garmin.

  • Remote b, bX, fX: LED brightness now better adapts to ambient brightness and reacts faster to ambient brightness changes.

    Remote rX: brightness is increased to the limit; further increase is limited by the mechanical design (thickness of the LED cover).