Best electric bike design of 2017

In 2017 is a critical period in a world where higher demands on eco-friendly modes of transportation, free from congestion in big cities and connected platforms. The manufacturers of bicycles and motorcycles present unique works, have their own style and functional.

More and more creators and startups produce battery-based works as a solution to future clean, simple, and internet connection technology. The works combine futuristic, retro-classical and technological concepts to take up more space for 2017.

Tinuku Kiwano K01

Kiwano K01 single-wheeled

Kiwano K01 electric unicycle to explore all terrain using one fat wheel. Single-wheeled electric scooters serve mobility in an unconventional way to cut time, save parking space and clean energy as a highly efficient personal mode of transportation.

Tinuku UrbanX

UrbanX Eco and Booster

UrbanX created an electric bike using a 15-pound front wheel as a quick solution for a conventional bicycle into an electric bike. UrbanX Eco 240 watts and UrbanX Booster 350 watts serve as component upgrades to make a regular bike into an electric motor in less than 60 seconds.

Tinuku Motochimp

Motochimp by Vanda Electrics

Vanda Electric launched Motochimp at Shenzhen International Industrial Design Fair in China as a fully charged mini electric motor using a home plug in less than an hour could revolutionize the city's transportation. The final solution for zero emission transportation mode is very fun and stylish to refresh the city.

Tinuku VanMoof Electrified X

VanMoof Electrified X

VanMoof launches a more compact Electrified X with smaller wheels, but retains all the smart features such as location tracking and anti-theft tracking. VanMoof is rooted in a simple Dutch launch ebike adapted to the Tokyo street life style. The next generation smart bike has to match the big cities, traffic congestion, dodgy thieves and more.

Tinuku Path Scooters

Path Scooters

Phat Scooters launched two models of electric scooters with large wheels for all-terrain. Startup builds an e-scooter to run up to 50 miles (80 km) with a single charge battery. The two wheels have a top speed of 20 mph (30 kph) in the bike category allowing a legal ride on the bike path.

Tinuku Avionics V1

Avionics V1

Avionics comes greeting retro-electric classical design for futuristic market but still aesthetic style. The minimalist design of the blend of wood, steel and leather has an integrated concept to remind the early industrialization era. Steel forms a minmalist frame combining the curvature of the spring leaf between wooden saddle and the front for additional comfort for rider.

Tinuku Seliged

Seliged by Wiwin Vegas

Wiwin Vegas designed Seliged electric bike lowrider chopper stylish and luxurious aluminum frame. Design using stainless aluminum, dynamo, 48 amphere lithium 48 volt battery, tires and wheels from Harley Davidson. Electric performance similar to motor scooter, bicycle wheel lock to turn the engine and turn the handle to run.

Tinuku Viar Q1

Viar Q1 by Triangle Motorindo

Viar Q1 electric motor has been officially sold where the official scooter that was first introduced in Indonesia to bring the best technology. Triangle Motorindo sure to meet the needs of consumers who want a motorcycle with smart, low cost and environmentally friendly. The scooter sells for Rp16.2 million (US$1221).

Tinuku Gesits

Gesits by GTI

Gesits Technologies Indo (GTI) prepares to produce 100,000 units per year. A consortium of electric motorcycles by Garansindo Group and Sepuluh Nopember Institute (ITS) in Surabaya has officially announced a joint venture with Wika Industri and Construction to build a 2,400-square-meter plant and a 1,400-square-meter temporary storage warehouse.

Tinuku GyroCycle

GyroCycle by Thrustcycle Enterprises

Thrustcycle Enterprises LLC comes for GyroCycle that will not collapse even without support. The company designed an electric motor equipped with gyroscopic technology for stability and anti-collapse. Design into a revolutionary era that translates into a GyroCycle prototype that automatically balances itself, even without struts.

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