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Plastics Design Concept Modern E-Bike 1865 by BASF DING3000 +
We invite you to embark on a journey into the past. The concept of velocipede in 1865 was a collaboration between BASF and Ding3000 engineering. The design of e-bikes dates back to 1865 - the year of the founding of BASF - Badische Aniline and Soda Factory. At that time, the concept was born the modern bicycle - wooden machine Karl Drais was walking with two pedals. , The most popular vehicle in the world has been revolutionized by it. The first real bike of the 19th century - by Pierre Michaux velocipede was awakened by BASF for a new life. Concept 1865 rebuilt in the same size, geometry and function. The big difference is that the path is now much more comfortable than the 19th century, when the wheels were made of wood. The typical characteristics of VAE are the different wheel sizes, which served better equipment.
E-bike design inspired by Pierre Michaux velocipede
Translated from Italian means "velocipede", "quick feet." The E-Bike concept in 1865, the synthesis of past, present and future Represents the rear wheel 24 inches. Hub motor in the rear wheel is mounted. Vorderrat The largest is 39 inches and is driven by Tretkubel. Below speed chain and resignation are completely absent. However, with the functionality, no compromise has been approved. The electric bicycle is equipped with the latest technology and allows relaxed cycling. bag removable battery for e-bike system is integrated.
Battery provides power for the concept of 1,865
In the fork of the bicycle thin LED light guides have been admitted. All the components, the components and the chassis of the wheel 24 are made of different materials, which are characterized by unique properties and are increasingly important. Thus, BASF to show how these documents prepared under the theme "Rethinking Materials"
can be used in the bicycle industry. Made of metal, only the axles, brakes and engine were produced.
Concept electric velocipede 1865 by BASF Ding3000 +
Velocipede with electric motor in 1865-The concept
E-bike Design - Elegant Silhouette
Handles intense blue
Tires with low maintenance
An electric motor on the rear wheel
BASF pedelec electric bike