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2016 Summer Olympics, often known as Rio 2016, a major international multi-sport event in the tradition of the Olympic Games from 5 August to 21 August 2016 has dominated the news headlines recently. More than 11,000 athletes are taking part the Rio 2016 featuring 28 sports and a total of 41 disciplines and 306 events.
As an international company with a strong brand and a significant market share, Airwheel plans to extend its reach to more fields in the future. Not only has the smart helmet extended the business line of Airwheel, but also the smart e bikes. Just prior the opening ceremony of Rio 2016, Airwheel rolled out its brand new series—E series intelligent e bikes with E6 and E3 so far in a bid to further expand its brand awareness worldwide as well as provide more choices for riders.
Compared with the saturated market for the self-balancing electric scooters, there are huge potentials in the e-bike industry, as it is identified as efficient, portable and energy-saving in compliance with the call for an eco-future. Airwheel E6 is proud of its slim X shaped body made of aluminum alloy, quick fold system with the folding size 950mm×456mm×160mm and 14.15kg item weight. Small though E6 is, it is overshadowed in front of E3 backpack electric bike with the folding size 474mm×399mm×374mm and 12.5kg item weight.
Both models select a ventilated rubber saddle in innovative left-right design. Whatever your body shape is, it guarantees balanced force so as to bring a more comfortable riding experience. The built-out modular battery with USB port empowers the Smart E Bike to play a versatile role. What’s more, Airwheel folding e bikes realize App fault self-diagnosis and setting speed, besides the basic functions like real-time positioning and data checking etc.
As an extension of Airwheel’s existing product line, Airwheel foldable e bikes boasting extreme foldability, comfort, and individual features fully convey the company’s dedication to details, material application and function design.