On the subject of electric bikes, a wireless one enters the US market according to BikeRadar.com
Lol enters the US market!!
This is another impossible designers bike that only exists on photoshop. A quick check reveals that not it has been built but the 'designers' are either blissfully naive or fraudsters.
There are so many thing wrong with this bike I don't know where to start:
'Wireless' brakes Lol! As if any engineer would put a life critical safety task on a wireless link. !! BAN ME NOW FOR SWEARING !! it takes billions of dollars to make vehicles drive/fly by wire let alone wireless! Furthermore even if implemented how to they suppose they could possibly apply enough force to brake? What happens when your batteries go flat.
I could go on about the dodgy suspension, lack of proper torque transfer bar for brakes and motor, but its obvious that this thing only exists in fantasy land. They have one real image and it looks like the guy built it out of stuff found around the kitchen:
wombatK wrote:Looks flash - although as the article suggests, the seat post clearance from the rear suspension is problematic. More serious trouble would be sidewinds hitting full disk wheels if you were motoring along at 45 kph. Pretty scary, even on a bike weighing in at 26 kg. You don't see full disk wheels on road bikes for a good reason.
Although it claims a top speed of 32 kph, it's got a 500W motor and would be outside the bounds of what our current and proposed law would allow.
I think it is entirely safe to say that the risk of sidewinds and illegal power output is the least the issues!
Given that the guy is asking for distributors and has multiple languages on his site I strongly believe that this thing is a fraud. Fishing for investors/distributors to take money from.