BlueSkyBike : Folding Electric Bike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike is the result of the collaboration between Richard Heat, an industrial designer, and Blue Sky Design. It’s an electric folding bike concept that aims style conscious urban commuters, it was also inspired by the designer’s own experience from commuting in sydney’s western suburbs to the city every day via train. There are 3 primary objectives for this bike design: practicality, storage capacity and style. Richard has to combine these 3 elements into electric folding bike more successfully than any previous attempts in the past to give electric bicycles a brand new identity. Currently Richard is looking for internship/work opportunities, feel free to contact him here.

Designer : Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike features innovative design such as rotating folding mechanism for quick and efficient getting on/off trains, buses or in lifts. It would be very easy to store when not in use. While cycling, user can access any essential information of the bike such as battery capacity or projected range through integrated smartphone app in the cell phone which is mounted in protective polycarbonate case. Powered by a 250w electric hub motor, BlueSkyBike can also charge its battery while on-the-go with regenerative braking function.

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

BlueSkyBike by Richard Heath

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ivanPR says: August 9, 2012

nicee, if they do it i want buy it . Hi From Puerto Rico

jorge says: March 10, 2014

I'm a mechanical engineer and I'm looking for a good bicycle to applied my concept on it. The is anyone that I can get in touch with. jhc29@njit.edu hanks for your time

Olga says: October 13, 2014

Where can I get a bike like this one?







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