Shadow Ebike Gets Its Public Debut

Canadian company Daymak has is releasing their wireless electric bicycle called the Shadow Ebike at this year’s China Import and Export Fair, also known as the 109th Canton Fair, hosted in Guanzhou near the southeast coast of China.

The Shadow Ebike features wireless magnetic regenerative brakes, wireless throttle, and wireless pedal assist, coming equipped with either a 250 watt or 350 watt motor. With a 36 volt 10AH lithium battery, and weighing 59 pounds, the electric bike has a top speed of around 20 miles per hour, and a range of about 15 miles without pedal assistance.

image via Daymak

The bike’s 2.4 GHz ISM wireless frequency claims to prevent interference using spread spectrum technology, and is said to be ready for future upgrades to be able to connect to a computer, iPhone, or Blackberry. It runs just over $2,000 with shipping, and Daymank says it is in the process of finding distributors in Canada, Netherlands, Switzerland, Korea, Italy, Germany, Japan, U.K., and the USA.

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    • Kingkong

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    • Carswellrebecca

      That is one nice looking and futuristic bike!