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PiCycle  Designer: Marcus Hays  Price: $2,500  This expensive electric bike is powered by a 750 watt, 36-volt brushless DC motor and offers the riders with a seven speed gearbox. The PiCycle has been embedded with a state of the anti-theft technology that immediately alerts the owner of theft and the system immediately updates the bike’s location on the owner’s smartphone. However, the most intriguing element of the PiCycle is ‘Pi-Fi’, a wireless technology that continuously streams valuable…

PiCycle Designer: Marcus Hays Price: $2,500 This expensive electric bike is powered by a 750 watt, 36-volt brushless DC motor and offers the riders with a seven speed gearbox. The PiCycle has been embedded with a state of the anti-theft technology that immediately alerts the owner of theft and the system immediately updates the bike’s location on the owner’s smartphone. However, the most intriguing element of the PiCycle is ‘Pi-Fi’, a wireless technology that continuously streams valuable…

A TECH startup is launching a new device that transforms almost any bicycle into an electric-hybrid vehicle using an app on a smartphone. The device, called the Copenhagen Wheel, is installed as part of a rear hub of a bike wheel and is packed with a proprietary computer, batteries and sensors that monitor how hard a rider is pedaling and activate an onboard motor whenever support is needed. The device uses wireless connectivity to communicate with the biker's smartphone to track distance…

A TECH startup is launching a new device that transforms almost any bicycle into an electric-hybrid vehicle using an app on a smartphone. The device, called the Copenhagen Wheel, is installed as part of a rear hub of a bike wheel and is packed with a proprietary computer, batteries and sensors that monitor how hard a rider is pedaling and activate an onboard motor whenever support is needed. The device uses wireless connectivity to communicate with the biker's smartphone to track distance…

Bikes may provide a swift and sustainable mode of commutation on cramped urban roads, but they too have their limitations, as most of the eBikes have over 30 feet of wires dangling on the bicycles, which if damaged affects the functioning of the bike. Addressing the issue, Danish bike manufacturer Daymak has come up with an innovative bike dubbed "The Shadow".

The Shadow is the world’s first wireless eBike

Bikes may provide a swift and sustainable mode of commutation on cramped urban roads, but they too have their limitations, as most of the eBikes have over 30 feet of wires dangling on the bicycles, which if damaged affects the functioning of the bike. Addressing the issue, Danish bike manufacturer Daymak has come up with an innovative bike dubbed "The Shadow".

There's a smartphone dock on the hump of the upper part of the frame to keep the rider in touch with the world while on the move or perhaps act as a GPS or wireless performance monitor

There's a smartphone dock on the hump of the upper part of the frame to keep the rider in touch with the world while on the move or perhaps act as a GPS or wireless performance monitor

Foldable Bike - 2: The VeloMini Folding Electric Bike weighs just 31lbs, can take a rider of up to 210 lbs, and transport a person from eight to ten miles at speeds of up to 12 mph or 19 km/h. When not in use it folds down to a compact form 18-inches tall.

Foldable Bike - 2: The VeloMini Folding Electric Bike weighs just 31lbs, can take a rider of up to 210 lbs, and transport a person from eight to ten miles at speeds of up to 12 mph or 19 km/h. When not in use it folds down to a compact form 18-inches tall.

The Copenhagen Wheel, pictured, can be fitted to any bike and syncs wirelessly to a smartphone. A built-in computer tracks how hard a rider is peddling, using distances travelled and elevation, and activates a motor to kick in if the cyclist is struggling uphill, for example

The wheel that connects to an app and gives cyclists a boost of power

The Copenhagen Wheel, pictured, can be fitted to any bike and syncs wirelessly to a smartphone. A built-in computer tracks how hard a rider is peddling, using distances travelled and elevation, and activates a motor to kick in if the cyclist is struggling uphill, for example

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