In response to the question – How to get to work quickly and without polluting?, a Paris-based start-up Weebot; specialist of electric urban mobility in France, has now developed an electric bike called ‘Aero’ that folds up in just 3 seconds and that’s without any emissions.
The Weebot’s founders Isaac and Yann have designed an e-bike to provide an alternative green vehicle to bulky bikes, which operates easily and gives you a long lasting riding pleasure.
The eco-friendly e-bike can carry 150 kg load and could be an answer to the ever increasing cars and it’s parking issues in an urban jungle.
Images credit: Aero Bike
The Aero travels up to 35 km/h (22 mph) and lasts for 70 km (45 miles), has an anti-skid system, waterproof LCD screen, front and rear suspensions and an ultra-soft saddle.
It comes in three models: The Aero, the Aero Plus, and the Aero S weigh between 20-24 kg depending on the model.
Packed with a powerful battery, Panasonic Lithium (same as Tesla), which provides the life expectancy at around 800 cycles (from 32k to 56k km) and charges between 2.5 to 3 hours.
It stores as easily as it rides and the entire bike folds down in a matter of seconds for effortless storage.
Each bike has passed the CE, RoHS, FCC, UN38.3 tests required for Europe and the United States.
The company aims to raise $80,000 at Indiegogo and expects to start shipping Aero bike by September 2017.
Perks include a special price of $699, which includes a 250W Aero bike available in black, blue or red, saving 60% off the MSRP.
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