This is the Lopifit, a Dutch-designed electric treadmill bike that allows you to travel greater distances in lesser time when compared to walking on foot. Plus, it’s a more fun and interesting way to get a high-cardio workout outside. It’s also ideal for those who have discomfort or physical limitations riding a normal bike.
This is the Titan R2, an electric bike with a cool retro-design that looks like a motorcycle, which makes it a major head-turner as you cruise on by – in the city or the countryside. Developed by Tempus Electric Bikes, the Titan is built with aircraft-grade steel and is actually modeled after a vintage motorcycle.
This is the Unlimited eBike Conversion Kit made by Unlimited Engineering, trailblazers in urban mobility. Equipped with wireless technology, this street-legal eBike conversion kit fits any bike in minutes by simply swapping out the front wheel, plugging in the battery, and patent-pending Bluetooth pedal sensor, and you’re good to go!
This is the Model 1 by Civilized Cycles, a sophisticated and expertly-crafted e-bike developed with patented technology that automatically adjusts the suspension to perfectly match the weight on the e-bike. This ensures a super-smooth ride over city potholes, speed bumps, and unpaved country roads.
This is the Podbike Velomobile that was invented “to help bridge the gap between bikes and cars” with the benefits of exercise from cycling and the protection and weather-proofing of the car. Partially human-powered, the Podbike is similar to an e-bike as it provides electrical assist when needed, but it looks like a mini car.
This is the Ciclotte Bike, an ergonomic, innovative exercise bike that is known for its luxurious contemporary design that elegantly merges technology, function, and aesthetics. Designed by Luca Schieppati, a professor at the European Design Institute (IED Moda Lab), the Ciclotte Bike is the evolution of the urban monocycle concept, Ciclò, which is a part of the permanent collection at the Italian Design Museum (La Triennale di Milano).
This is the Kwiggle, “the world’s most compact foldable bike” that is made in Germany and built using Italian frame construction art. Its impressive mini size won’t take up aisle space and it can fit under the seats on trains, buses, trams or restaurants. It’s so tiny that it even fits into the hand luggage of an airplane.
This is the Rubbee X, a portable conversion device that turns a manual bike into an electric bike in just seconds. The Rubee X, made in Lithuania, easily clicks in and out of a mount on the bike’s seat post and can be detached and carried inside to charge the battery or to avoid theft.
This is the Hycore T1 designed with German engineering. It’s a smart bike conversion wheel that has all of the frills of an e-bike within just one wheel. Basically, you can transform your bike into an e-bike by simply swapping out the back of the wheel. Hycore T1 has “a smart pedal-assist system that utilizes both torque and RPM sensors to give the best assistance to the rider as he/she pedals.”
This is the Taga Family-Cargo Bike by Taga Bikes, a family-oriented company inspired by Dutch culture, based in the U.S. and in The Netherlands. Made to meet the individual needs of each family, it has a wide range of accessories including royal canopies, large cargo space, luxury-padded seating, and multiple seating options.