Gulas Pi1 Pedal Powered Electric Bicycle

You either love eBikes or you hate them; they’re cool, from one point of view, yet some people consider them boring, because they don’t offer too many thrills. But that’s all about to change with the Gulas Pi1 , a brand new ebike, blending old school cool with the highest top speed of the entire category. This pedal-powered electric bicycle benefits from 38 ponies, that will help it reach top speeds as high as 71 mph or 114 km/h. With an overall weight of just 282 pounds, this ebike will easily impress anyone with its incredible acceleration capabilities. The Gulas Pi1 will come with two different battery choices and various other customization options – from upholstery material to a luggage rack, a custom frame color, and many other goodies. It may be pedal-driven, but this eBike is so fast that you’ll have no choice but register it as a motorcycle. At the end of the day, you have to know that you will need $27,596 if you want to show this thing around town – it’s definitely not something you should take off-road.

Xkuty Electric Bike Controlled by iPhone

Spanish bike-maker Electric Mobility Company lets riders use their iPhone as the dashboard on the ‘Xkuty’ electric bike. The accompanying mobile app lets people pair their Apple device with the ‘Xkuty one’ bike’, and set parameters such as battery consumption, acceleration, and maximum speed. The phone neatly clips to the centre of the handlebars acting as the speedometer while monitoring the bike’s battery life. Electric mobility company’s ‘Xkuty’ electric bike can reach speeds of 35 km/h in silence, and features hydraulic disc brakes at the front and back.

The Retro-Styled Munro Motor 2.0 eBike

Beijing Munro Electric Vehicle is about to make a big splash in the world of small electric motorcycles. The Chinese company has developed one of the coolest-looking e-bikes around, called “Munro 2.0”, which got exposed at CES 2017. The idea of Munro motorbike is initially inspired by and styled after the iconic 1920s Indian Motorcycle. And its brand name, “Munro”, is in honor of Burt Munro, who set a land speed record on an Indian motorcycle. Behind it is a spirit of pursuing perfection and being loyal to dream. aside from its clean, retro aesthetic, Munro Motor’s ‘2.0’ eBike looks a shade different from the rest of the electric bicycle group — it doesn’t have conventional bike pedals. Instead, it features motorcycle-style pegs for resting your feet on, with sparkling shock-absorbers front and rear, keeping riders rolling along in comfort. The bike is a heavyweight weighing around 35 kg, and unlike it’s counterparts it doesn’t force people to pedal it around while putting their legs through a lot of fatigue. A Bosch electric motor is integrated to the rear wheel, plus space for two battery packs inside the frame’s triangle, which according to the manufacturer are capable of speeds of 28 mph (45 kmh) with a range of up to 30 miles per charge (per battery pack). With both battery packs fully charged, the ‘2.0’ can be ridden for up to 60 miles before needing a recharge, with no leg-work necessary. Cruising along at relatively high speeds of course begs the question towards how riders will slow the elegant eBike down. The Chinese company has enhanced the bike’s safety by fixing a set of four caliper brakes, which is two on each wheel.

Electric Motorcycle Johammer J1

Check Johammer J1, an electric motorcycle out of Austria that is styled like nothing else on the road. The work of one Johann Hammerschmid and his small team of experts, the Johammer J1 features a number of notable design decisions, including the electric motor being integrated into the rear wheel, a front wheel that uses hub-center steering and a double wishbone style front suspension mechanism, and side mirrors that offer a high-resolution display showing speed, range and other vital bits of data. The Johammer J1 is available in two versions, $31,000 or $34,500, depending on the size battery pack you opt for.

Qoros eBIQE Concept

Qoros, the new international car brand, has released its eBIQE Concept at the 84th Geneva Motor Show. The eBIQE Concept is created for the modern metropolitan consumer. Riders can choose to pedal with no assistance, pedal with assistance from the electric motor, or go with motor-power only. This concept of a cloud-connected electric bike has three operating models: Street, which limits top speed to 25 km/h (15 mph) so it may avoid being legally classified as a motorcycle in some countries; Eco, which maximizes energy-efficiency; and Power, which allows for faster acceleration and a top speed of 65 km/h (40 mph). The bike features regenerative braking as well. The tech advanced bike features a fingerprint recognition system, with the ability to recognize multiple users and is equipped with a five-inch touchscreen always connected via 3G to the internet, displaying route planning, intelligent navigation, social networking and your bike´s condition including tyre pressure, battery charge and range, plus lots of other stuff.