Combining a uniquely designed bicycle with a bottom bracket integrated electric motor, the Bioplanet Bike introduces a new bicycle frame design with electric components which the company says “completely redefines what riders can do with their bikes.”
“Our Bike is the most versatile two-wheeled vehicle on the global market," Sandra Mikulic, Bioplanet's CEO, said in a statement.
The Bioplanet Bike comes equipped with a 9-speed twist shifter, front and rear 180mm hydraulic brakes, aluminum alloy wheels, selected tires and an integrated electric motor -- a powerful and reliable brushless DC electric motor integrated in the bicycle's bottom bracket.
According to Bioplanet, Bike is equipped with power assistance whereas geared motors help you when pedaling uphill. The end result is a dual-geared motor that allows riders to pedal and to have motor power simultaneously.
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The iGo Urban electric bike uses a Direct-Drive motor system and 3-level power assist to deliver solid cruising performance