Manufacturer of e-bikes equipped with a patent-pending frame of aircraft-grade aluminum
It’s an all-aluminum fully-enclosed electric-assist MaxxVelo velomobile with a weight of approximately 56 kg, built by Austin’s Michael White. The MaxxVelo frame is made from bent 5052 aluminum tubing, covered with riveted aluminum-sheet body panels.
The MaxxVelo velomobile is a one of a kind electric vehicle that is a half bicycle and a half car; it can be peddled, moved via a throttle, or even an electric peddle to get the driver from point A to point B. Velomobile also has a 7-speed rear derailleur. It manages a range of around 40 km, depending on how much pedalling you do. Its top speed in throttle-only mode is about 48 km/h.
Furthermore, the motor is 1,200W in power is situated under the vehicle’s rear wheel, and uses a 48-volt 20 Ah battery pack. In addition, the little car comes with rear-view mirrors and has a small area for cargo. It also has a retractable canopy that sports a Lexan windshield.
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