The world’s first wireless e-bike comes from Daymak. Known as the Shadow eBike, it is set to be released to US markets in July.
Michael Chow, VP of Daymak shares that through research they have identified two common problems encountered when using e-bikes. First is the presence of 30 ft wires dangling which can affect the bike’s performance if it was damaged or was cut, “By removing all outer wires from the frame, the Shadow resolves this challenge, making it exceptionally durable and easy to use. The Shadow eBike also has wireless support for the brakes, throttle and pedal system.”
The second problem was concerning the instability of imported controllers when the weight goes beyond 170 lbs on steep inclines. “The proprietary, patent pending Daymak Drive, developed and designed in Canada, addresses this challenge by producing more torque and faster speeds with greater energy efficiency,” said Chow.
The Shadow eBike has a Y-shaped frame, braceless suspension fork and 26 inch disc wheels. It wisely tucks away a wireless controlled pedal assist motor with a range of 40km-100km. Wireless disc brakes are also hidden within the wheels. To recharge the battery, it uses a regenerative function with braking energy.
SRP is $1,499.00 to give you the 59lb bike with alloy frame and 500W motor. For more details, visit www.shadowebike.com.