Bamboo made Electric bike launched, 120 km/hr speed
Banatti Motorcycles, a bakery manufacturer in the Philippines, has created a new electric bike. Its special thing is that its body is made from bamboo. About 6.5 kg of bamboo has been used to make the body of this bike. Its second special thing is that it is an electric bike and can run from a speed of 120 kilometers per hour. However, its speed is fixed at 96.5 kilometers per hour. Banatti will keep his first electric bike named Green Falcon.
Fiberglass has also been used in this. Because of this, the weight of this bike is very low. This bamboo electric bike can be recharged once to 43 to 49 kilometers. However, the company has been trying to increase this range. Although Green Falcon is still the concept model of the company and its production model in the market can be coming soon.
It has been prepared by Christopher Paris Laxen, CEO and Design Director of Meep Inc Company. Banatti Green Falcon also has special care for comfort in the bike. So that the rider does not have problems Leather is also used on the seat made of bamboo. There is also a music system that will entertain the riders. Now the top speed of the bike is 120 kilometers per hour, it is obvious that braking system should also be good. The disc brakes are given in the front and rear of this bike.
So that the bike can be easily controlled in fast speed. Two bamboo layers are provided on the body of the Falcon. Under this, its battery and electric motor has been hidden. It has to be seen what works best when it comes to the bike market. Lexon says that the Philippines government plans to plant 10 million hectares of bamboo plants by 2020.
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