Friday, February 28, 2014

Folding E-Bike Could Make Your Commute Fun

Got a short commute? If the developer can raise enough funds, you could soon be doing it on the URB-E, a folding e-bike that goes 20 miles on one charge, at speeds up to 15 mph. So what's so cool about it? The Urb-E folds up to the size of a rollerboard suitcase for easy handling, and weighs just under 30 pounds making it an easy last-leg vehicle for urban commuters.

The video below shows how it works. Thanks to Charles for sending this to me.



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