Audi e-bike Official - A bicycle that runs at 80 kmph HD
~ Audi e Bike - A bicycle that runs at 80 kmph .. .. .. !!
Audi unveiled an extremely emotion-inspiring sports machine, the Audi
e-bike Wörthersee at Wörthersee in Carinthia, Austria. The prototype
cycle combines an electric drive and muscle power. Head of Design Wolfgang
Egger comments: "As a high-performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling,
it features the Audi core competences of design, ultra, e-tron and
connect." The Audi e-bike Wörthersee puts in its first major appearance at
this year's Wörthersee Tour, the 31st meet for Audi, VW, Seat and Skoda
fans; trial biker Julien Dupont and downhill specialist Petra Bernhard will
demonstrate their stunts and streetbike skills.
As a high performance e-bike for sports and trick cycling, it features the
Audi core competences of design, ultra, e-tron and connect." Wolfgang
Egger, Head of Design said. The bike looks dynamic, but is also designed to
be functional. All design elements are secondary to the technical features.
The airy frame boasts a low centre of gravity and a compact overall volume.
In this way, the e- bike is agile. The lithium-ion battery is incorporated
into the frame and needs 2.5 hours to fully charge and is easily
The frame and the swinging arm that holds the back wheel are made of carbon
fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP). The same material is used for the 26"
wheels, which feature broad flat spokes for an optimized transmission of
pedal power. The signature Audi LED lights are also present at the front
and back of the bike. For extreme tricks and stunts the seat can be lowered
to run flush with the frame itself. At the press of a button, the seat then
rises up and the biker can adopt a comfortable position. The electric motor
is located at the lowest point on the frame and drives the bottom bracket
shaft directly. The maximum torque delivered to the rear wheel is 250Nm.
The electric motor generates a maximum output of around 3bhp. The complete
bike excluding electrical components weighs 11kg.
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Homemade 300W 35km/h Electric Bicycle for 100€
This is my homemade 35km/h 300W electric bicycle.
It has a 24 Volt/ 10Ah battery pack and the whole thing was put together
for about 100 € ! Read more on my website:
For complete reveiw visit: http://tinyurl.com/ygo88q5 The Picycle is
the second-generation electric bicycle from San Francisco-based
manufacturer Electrobike. Priced at $2,500, the Picycle is powered with a
lithium-ion battery pack that can propel the bike about 30 miles at a speed
of 20 mph on a single charge. It can even tackle hills, albeit with a
little pedal help from the rider. With its Ferrari red paint, arched
backbone and minimalist design, the Picycle is a high-functioning piece of
rolling sculpture -- a living example of the adage, Form follows function.
The Matra MS1 Electric Bike - Newest fashion electric bike
This could be a great commuting machine, it's an electric powered bike
designed by the French company Matra.The aluminum frame hybrid weighs in at
just 40 kg (with batteries) and features 100 mm suspension forks and 400 mm
front disc brakes up front, plus regenerative braking to extend the battery
life. Recharging time is estimated at 3 -- 6 hours.
The MS1 starts via a magnetic card swiped through the LCD display on the
handlebars (which also indicates remaining battery power and speed) and an
electric alarm is included along with LED lights for night-time commuting.
Another notable feature often omitted from both motorcycle and bicycle
design is the ability to adjust the height and depth of the saddle and
handlebars.Now this bike should be available for sale in Europe, but no
word on whether it'll make it to the States. It will probably be priced
around $3500 - 5000$.
Ebike 1000W 48V 35mph - 55km/h Vélo électrique
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Petite sortie en vélo électrique 1000W 48V batterie LifePO4 15 Ah (le
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48V electric dirt bike
Yamaha yz426f with Advance DC motors motor, 4 Genesis lead acid batteries,
and alltrax axe 4845 controller.
This is initial assembly with controller set at 200A. Still need to lots
of finalization as far as wiring, batery securing, cosmetics, etc.
50 MPH 8000W AWD Electric Offroad Mountain Bike First Drive
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Dual motor e-bike reaching very fast speed of 47-48 mph in minimal space.
Bicycle as seen is running at 5600W with 2WD. This bike does come with the
option of running at 8000W or 5600W. We chose 5600W because we felt 8000W
is not needed and just spins the tires needlessly and also puts added
stress on components. The pull is quite amazing on this thing. This
particular video is the first impressions of our first ride. The space we
ran it is just slightly downhill but also around a bend so there is less
than 350 feet to really get on the throttle. Later testing on flat ground
yielded 50 MPH on GPS and Radar! Total system weight ready to ride is only
65 lbs! (29.5 kg!)
8000w kit reaching fast speeds with amazing hill climbing
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2011 Husqvarna E-Go Concept
A new concept from Husqvarna.
The electric motorcycle trend isn't showing any signs of slowing down as
Husqvarna has introduced the E-Go concept in Frankfurt.
Designed for first time riders, the E-Go has a single-sided aluminum
swingarm, a coaxial traction system and an electric powertrain.
Specifications weren't released, but the bike weighs 80 kg (176 lbs) and
promises to deliver "an explosive mix of road, off-road and supermotard
ELEX - 45km/h electric bicycle
This 45km/h e-bike is made for a design study to test the technical concept
and your opinion about this concept...
The bike has mountainbike suspension and an oversized aluminium frame to
hide all electronics. This ensures and stable ride and makes sure that the
bike can handle the 1,6Kw motor. By pedalling along you can increase the
speed of the bike, or use less battery power. The range is over 80km at
speeds of 45km/h. If the bike runs out of battery-power, you can still
What's your opinion? Leave your comments below!