Monday, March 31, 2014

On Monday, March 31, 2014 by Luke iMan in , , , , ,    No comments
We often see the use of carbon fiber in high-end sports cars, but why not let electric bikes get a sniff too? The Leaos Carbon Urban E-Bike is a technological marvel, with a carbon fiber monocoque body and an impressive array of features.

Handmade in Italy, the Leaos has cables that run directly through the handlebars and into the frame, carbon fiber mudguards and handlebar, a Supernova lighting system, and the BMZ-made battery generates a top speed of about 28 mph. The unisex design and Schwalbe balloon tires promise to make for a very comfortable ride around town, and the built-in LED lights around back add yet another sophisticated touch. You can customize everything from the color of the frame to the body height, and you can choose to equip it with an anti-theft GPS device if you so desire. We think that could be a smart move. [via]






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