Monday, October 15, 2012

Electric Bicycle Norway Röskva Creates a New Genre for e-bike Bodywork

The Electric bike can be simply fabulous for the environment, but they have a terrible habit of being scary and geeky look at everything take away you it is "cool" about bicycling in the traditional sense of the phrase. Bearing in mind this little piece of vanity, a team of students from Oslo-based (UMB) life sciences Norway University has created the electric Röskva - an electric bike that has every right to sharp-edged style of a MotoGP bike with an engine power 96 eco-friendly.

But the figure does not seem so impressive for a sports bike but running clean engine is aided by wheels of carbon fiber, bodywork and unified framework that allows the motorcycle that they weigh less than 25 kg of General. This allows the bike to get a nice and toasted top speed of 112 miles per hour but with a full charge of the battery in returning a range of 62 miles.

Röskva name was the name of one of the servant of mythological God Thor. The old Norse Word translates to "fast", which is exactly what electric bikes is intended to be. Electric bicycles in the role of market today an execution engine clean but its performance is hampered by its structure and body that often is based on designs of bicycles gasoline developed a few decades ago.

Röskva electric bicycle comes with developed body to complement its electric motor and the constraints of modern technology. Chassis, suspension and bicycle brakes are hand made of carbon fiber elements that stand out for their performance light weight yet sturdy. Therefore the Röskva entered as an electric bike developed using a frame as it was created to complement the performance of the electric motor.

The concept of handmade and unique bicycle derived its form racing bikes currently in vogue though its electric propulsion system is totally cutting edge. Röskva electric bicycle differs from a traditional motorcycle in terms of design and layout and thus creates a new genre of design of the bike itself.

The designers behind the project have not revealed the technical details of the engine and the power in the electric bike but its objective is the prototype model to serve as a starting point for the development of a distribution of specific electric bicycle, frame and body that would allow electric bike of the future designers create lighter electric bicycles for the daily commute, needs of horse racing and recreational.

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