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Please, read carefully the Terms of the Agreement before apply for license.


If you have any doubts, do not hesitate to contact us.

Get your License

The process to become a Licensed ETOR Drive manufacturer is simple. Follow the steps bellow:
1 – Download and read carefully the Terms of the Agreement


2 – Fill in the information of the web form below.


3 – You will receive the Agreement including the Annexes defining the technical specifications and the style guideline to use the trademark.


4 – Fill in your company data, sign the Agreement and send it back to contact@etordrive.com. Note that you must be an authorized representative of your company in order to commit to such a license agreement.


5 – We will sign it and send back to you. From this moment you hold a License to use ETOR Drive!
ROTOR offers the use of the standard and ETOR Drive trademark to companies that comply with the technical specification and agree to abide by the terms of our license agreement.
You may download the PDF here – but remember you MUST have received the Agreement signed by ROTOR to use it.

Application form


The website www.etordrive .com was created and is owned by ROTOR COMPONENTES TECNOLÓGICOS, S.L., Registered in the Madrid Property Registry, Volume 11210, Volume 0, Folio 56, Section 8, Page MM3650, Entry 1, CIF B81484552.


ROTOR COMPONENTES TECNOLÓGICOS, S.L., hereinafter ROTOR, is responsible for the processing of the User’s personal data obtained from the etordrive.com website and informs them that these data will be treated in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 ( GDPR) relative to the protection of physical persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of these data, for which the following information on the treatment of said data is provided. End purpose for the treatment of personal data is to maintain a commercial or contractual relationship relationship with you or with the company you represent.

The information that we keep about you is the following:

Name and second name
Information about your company
Email address
IP adress

Data conservation criteria: data will be retained as long as there is a mutual interest in maintaining the end purpose of the treatment of personal data, and when it is no longer necessary for that purpose, the data will be deleted with adequate security measures to guarantee either the pseudonymization of the data or their total destruction.

Contact information to exercise your rights: The consent given may be revoked by sending an email to unsubscribeme@rotorbike.com (this revocation may imply the end of the relationship between company and client and/or supplier)

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List of Cookies we collect

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Cookie Name

Expiry Time

Cookie Description


2 years

Google Analitycs. Used to distinguish users and logins


30 minutes

Google Analitycs. Used to identify new sessions / visits


end of browser session

Google Analitycs. Set for interoperability with urchin.js.Historically, this cookie operates in conjunction with the __utmb


6 months from set/update

Google Analitycs. Stores by source of traffic and campaigns


2 years

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