Reevo – Hubless bicycle

Marketed as the coolest, most secure ride ever built, the Reevo hubless e-bike looks like something out of a sci-fi film. Stealthy in looks and with all the elements you need for riding around a city all integrated, it is smart too.

Fitted with a removable 48V 10.8Ah battery in the frame as well as a 250W motor in Europe or a 750W motor in the US, you can reach speeds of 25 kmh or 25 mph depending on the region. It has adaptive pedal assist where it detects road gradient and pedalling parameters to to provide tailored assistance.

One integral feature to this bike, apart from the fancy looking hubless wheels is its security features. It has a fingerprint sensor that locks the rear wheel integrated in the frame itself, making it a lot harder to steal. Along with that, the bike is fitted with a chip to alert you if your bike is touched or moved. Because of that chip, you are able to track the bike anywhere in the world if it moved.

How about riding in the dark I hear you ask? Well It has an ambient light sensor that detects darkness and automatically turns on the 800 Lumen headlight and taillights automatically. It even has built in indicators to show drivers where you want to turn.

The product is up on Indiegogo but has already smashed through its goal of £38,695. It is actually at £860,406 worth of backers meaning these bikes will come to market.

The bike has a 27.5-inch wheel and is currently priced at a special price of $1999 instead of its usual $3349. These bikes will start shipping March 2021.


Author: Nikolai Attard

Just a Malteser living in London, working as a PR/social media consultant and writing about things I find interesting on the side.

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