Concept 1865 Electric Bike

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Designed as if the inventors of the first pedal powered cycle had access to today’s modern materials and technologies, the Concept 1865 Electric Bike is one high-tech velocipede.

While electric bike concepts have become quite popular, we have yet to see anything quite like this. Teaming up with BASF, the German designers at Ding3000 created this beauty. The electric bike has been outfitted with a 250W hub motor that not only assists the rider, but also illuminates the LED lights built  into the frame (great for night time riding). The battery pack is built right into the seat, so when you park it, simply remove the seat to prevent thefts from riding away on your 2 wheeled companion. This also makes for easy charging. The bike itself is made from ultra lightweight carbon fiber along with a high tech compound constructed seat and tires that create a smooth ride for the user. See it in action in the video below.

Concept 1865 Electric Bike 2

Concept 1865 Electric Bike 3

Concept 1865 Electric Bike 04

Concept 1865 Electric Bike 4

Concept 1865 Electric Bike 5

Concept 1865 Electric Bike 6

More From Rides

REC's 901 RWB Watches Are Built From Recycled Porsche 911 Steel

Taken from Akira Nakai's legendary personal sports cars.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

Ringbrothers’ ‘Grinch’ Is A 620HP 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Slathered In Green

Pony car powered by an impressive Wegner LS3 V8 engine.

Posted By

Jul 10, 2020

Featured Image

Studio Motor Livens Up The Ninja 650 With A Unique Street Tracker Moto Project

A custom commuter bike built for the rough roads of Jakarta.

Posted By

Jul 10, 2020

Featured Image

CUPRA Reveals Its First-Ever Production-Ready All-Electric Car With The El-Born

A sleek and sporty hatchback with a 310-mile range.

Posted By

Jul 9, 2020

Featured Image

Subaru’s 500-Unit WRX S4 STI Sport ‘#’ Boasts Bespoke Performance Parts

Introducing a suite of bespoke Technica components.

Posted By

Jul 9, 2020

Featured Image

Lamborghini Drops The Top On Its 819HP V12 Sián Roadster Supercar

The most powerful platform that Lamborghini has ever produced.

Posted By

Jul 9, 2020