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The Fat Bad Coolest Electric Folding Bike Available for €1,998

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Italian-based company, Bad-Bike, has proudly revealed its new electric folding bike, called the Fat Bad. As its name suggests, the folding e-bike features a huge 20-inch reinforced aluminum wheels with width 40 mm.

The Fat Bad is perfect for those who are looking for a compact e-bike which not only can be easily taken on board buses or trains, but also can be ridden in snow, soft mud and other adverse conditions, thanks to its extra large tires and 7-speed Shimano drivetrain.

The Fat Bad electric folding bike is avaialble in two variants: 36V/250-watt and 48V/500-watt. The 250-watt model is powered by a 10-Ah lithium-polymer battery pack that is mounted vertically behind the seat post, allowing the bike travel for up to 43 miles on a charge. It will take up to five hours to get the battery fully charged. Motor output is adjusted trought a three-speed controller, and there’s also a battery life indicator for showing how much juice is left. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Evica

August 18th, 2015 at 4:09 pm

Simple Folding Bike With Full-Size Wheels by Mikulas Novotny

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Folding bicycle usually has small wheels, but not for this one. Called the Folder, as you can see from the pictures, this new folding city bicycle by Mikulas Novotny that has full-size 26-inch wheels.

The diameters of the folded bike are 106 x 28 x 75 centimetres. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Evica

October 4th, 2012 at 4:56 pm