The EBIQ Electric Bike Can Charge Personal Electric Gadgets

The key purpose of the EBIQ Electric Bike concept is to complement the environment by reducing the amount of CO2 unlike traditional cars or motorcycles and offering a battery powered bicycle to ensure convenient short distance commuting in city/metro areas. To make it even more functional, the bike enables the rider to charge their laptop, cellphone and other personal electric gadgets. Moreover, the built-in screen at the steering can provide direct access to the user’s laptop to gain necessary information at any moment. To make it space efficient, all the extended components can be folded down, resulting the bike to fit in narrow spaces.

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Designer : Yuji Fujimura

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kaleb says: February 17, 2010

this just looks uncomfortable

zach says: February 17, 2010

Does this require a charging station? It would be neat if they could generate electricity from peddling.

Zak says: April 3, 2010

As a designer and an avid cyclist, these designers could really learn A LOT by actually riding bikes before designing a futuristic concept.

Not only would the rider's knees hit the 'frame' with every pedal stroke, but this thing would turn into a sail in a cross wind leaving it entirely unridable.

Yeah, great design…

    MAX says: October 22, 2010

    Yeah getting hit by a cross wind on this would suck

Zak says: April 3, 2010

Also, the majority of commuters would be uncomfortable with a handlebar at the same level as the saddle. Needs more rise.

Spike Hazley says: September 5, 2010

It looks like a giant envelope with wheels but I want one. :)

Baseer says: September 22, 2011

What's the price?

Kane Dcruz says: September 17, 2015

A great article about EBIQ Electric Bike, Fabulous design and Salute to your creativity its a really a very unique Bike seen first time in my life. you guys are amazing

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