Each year, new innovations in transportation make it easier for commuters to travel from one place to another. In a generation that places heavy importance on efficiency and instant gratification, it comes as no surprise that the bicycle – a relatively unchanged and outdated form of transportation – has received a highly welcomed makeover. Although the idea of an electric bike is not something new, the Wave eBike, “the world’s most affordable electric bike,” is redefining our idea of “reliable transportation.” In fact, it’s quickly revolutionizing the way we ride, allowing users to go faster and further than ever before without ever having to pedal.
The innovation is largely due to the Wave eBike’s incredibly powerful 750-Watt motor, which allows it to travel up to 28 miles per hour. In addition, when fully charged, it has an effective range of over 52 miles with pedal assist, and up to 26 miles without (electric mode alone).
Riding the bike itself requires no license; users are free to ride wherever and whenever they please – from the boardwalk on a beach to the quiet neighborhood streets. Thus, the bike is the ideal mode of urban and suburban transportation for the daily commuter and the outdoor lover alike, optimized for maximum comfort and durability.
For a limited time, the Wave eBike is available for $549 + shipping. However, even with a go-to-market MSRP of $999.00, it is just a fraction of the price of most electric bikes currently on the market, which can cost anywhere from $2000 – $3000.
Now, riders no longer have to choose between the speed and efficiency of a car and the maneuverability of a bike. Why not have the best of both worlds? The Wave eBike makes is easy for riders to surmount steep hill and travel over sand, grass and dirt, without ever having to pedal…unless, of course, you want to.
For more information, check out The Wave eBike, currently two weeks into its month long campaign on Indiegogo.
***Note: electric bikes are not permitted for use in all cities. Please check with your local authority regarding the legal operation of ebikes.***