The final blueprints of an electric concept bicycle by industrial designer Fredrik Rudenstam for Nishiki is underway, and it looks like it has a bright future in the bicycle community. With its new system that is powered by a lithium-ion battery, it has added power when the necessity arises that allows you to ride faster than usual and farther with the least amount of leg work.
The electric concept bicycle is founded in the principle of an all carbon frame, which employs the NuVinci rear hub that instantaneously switches according to your cadence, power and speed. The automatic engagement of the switching is due to the use of ball bearings in changing gears rather than the traditional sprocket system. This allows its rider to use all the gears available in any given situation.
The Nishiki ebike has an integrated battery giving Rudenstam the initiative to provide an added integrated LED light up front and to the rear of the bike. The electric concept bicycle is a perfect modern image of a commuter bike as it could possibly be. With its belt drive system, the maintenance is said to be relatively low in cost.