Bye-bye classic, greasy bike chain. The patented & award winning Driven bike drivetrain sets new standards in mechanical efficiency, aerodynamic efficiency, and simplicity, with a visually stunning design at an affordable cost.
Bicycle drivetrains have remained unchanged for over 100 years. Specifically, today's mechanical design of the exposed dirty chain snaking through pulleys is exactly the same technique used in the 1920's. Some may view this as an 'If it ain't broke don't fix it' approach. But cyclists have been begging for a fix; a way out of the 1920s. Enter Driven.
The Driven development program was initiated in 2017 as a collaboration between CeramicSpeed and the University of Colorado Mechanical Engineering Department. The original design intention was to achieve a 99% efficient drivetrain. By the time Driven V2 arrived, the additional benefits of an enclosed system, lighter weight, and cost effectiveness were realized.
Even though the Driven System is not yet in production, the public response to the drivetrain has been overwhelming. Given the present growth of cycling, and projected growth, timing has never been better for Driven.
CeramicSpeed, a relatively small privately held company, has taken the Driven platform to its present state albeit limited project revenue and just a handful of dedicated engineers. Driven is highly viable, yet CeramicSpeed will require additional financial support to fully realize the potential of the drivetrain. To continue development at an accelerated pace and enable external funding, a spin-out business entity has been created, Driven Technologies Inc. With this new entity, Driven Technologies is a start-up investment opportunity, yet Driven Technologies can leverage the experienced & successful resources of CeramicSpeed. All Driven assets, IP, patents, and future development (and of course the potential revenue upside of the drivetrain) are now cleanly packaged in the new entity.
Join us. Own a piece of Driven and be part of a bicycle revolution which is 100 years past due...