Manufacturer of e-bikes equipped with a patent-pending frame of aircraft-grade aluminum

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The Xubaka’s motorcycle rear hub motor with a 4kW power propels the bike to a top speed of 80 km/h (50 mph). Its developer Sodium Cycles takes its name from an ambitious plan to equip the bike with new sodium-ion batteries with a range of between 60-80 km (37-50 miles). Sodium-ion batteries are a quickly developing technology that can confer many advantages as an alternative to conventional lithium-ion batteries. Sodium Cycles intends to use sodium-ion batteries developed by French company…

Cambrian e-bike batteries with single carbon electrode cells from Japanese PJPEye promises a lifespan of over 10 years with over 8,000 lifecycles that are fully covered by warranty. QuickCharging™ technology allows you to reach full charging in only 20 minutes. The dual carbon electrode cell was developed in 2014 by Power Japan Plus in a partnership with the Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan. In 2017, Hiroaki Nishina created a company to develop and put that technology into production. In 2018,…

The eFlow e-Bike from Currie Technologies combines American ingenuity and Swiss design. The 500 Watt motor easily propels the bike to 35 km/h and a seat post-integrated e-bike battery with a powerful motor make for unique riding experience. In the world of e-bikes, manufacturers are still capable of thinking outside the box, and at times completely out of sight of the box. It isn’t obviously a pedestrian commuter, yet it doesn’t shout “sport” like a true drop-bar road machine either,…