Tradition matters. It is not by chance that we are born here, in the land of the most competitive, luxurious and sought-after brands in the world. The passion for motorsports, racing and competition runs in our veins. Along the ancient Emilia road, which goes from Piacenza to Rimini, there are test tracks, racetracks, museums and amazing privately-owned car collections.


Whether they are cars or bikes, the models designed and built in these region make the enthusiasts from every continent dream and their hearts beat. At OLI eBike Systems, we breathe this air of brilliance and mechanical engineering every day. The spirit of the legends of motorsport leads and inspires us. Our mission is one and one only: to follow and maintain this amazing tradition.


OLI eBike System is the OLI spa division in charge of designing

and assembling complete systems for e Bikes.

It all began with our passion for the world of e-bikes, which we combined with the expertise and the know-how coming from people very knowledgeable about electric motors.

We put together a team of technicians, engineers and huge motoring enthusiasts that have been part of the eBike world since 2008, but we have never left behind our artisan soul.

Talent and motivation, technology and dedication. At Oli eBike Systems, we strive to be the best and we want to dedicate all possible attention to our motors.

The 50-year long experience of OLI Spa is our foundation. Now, that our motors are conquering the international markets, OLI Spa is always at our side.


Certifications All OLI eBike Systems products are compliant with the EN 15194:2017 regulation. Our certified motors comply with all the applicable regulations and safety requirements, and thanks to the precise attention for details that sets us apart from the competition, we are a 100% reliable partner.


Test Trials We try all our systems on test benches we have specifically built and set up to functionally fulfil our very high quality standards. Each test trial comprises the use of our motors at maximum power for several minutes, to verify that no issue is present, due to assembly errors or caused by non-compliant components, that haven’t been previously blocked by quality control.

These tests always include a first verification cycle for transmission organs (such as gears and free wheels); a following verification, analysing the torque sensor accuracy, and finally an additional test that simulates how the system behaves while climbing a 10% uphill stretch, at maximum power, with a force of 350W, transmitted by the virtual biker.