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Overturning the partial opinion that electric bike stays with heavy weight and less exercise, Airwheel R5 has adopted new design concept. With the combination of conventional bike with intelligent electric bike design, Airwheel R5 electric aided bicycle has made two bikes in one with multiple modes of riding. It can help those with ailments that forbid them from putting additional pressure on the knees when climbing. Meanwhile, it can help riders have enough exercise.
Commute could be quicker with the motor-assisted mode. Riders will most likely find that the journey is shortened in length thanks to the extra help from the powerful motor. You don’t sweat as much to get to the destination.
R5 city electric assist bike gives you a higher road speed and a greater air flow. That is to say, you can wear the same set of clothes you want to wear to work or to rush for a meeting without arriving with sweat. It is great for the hustle and bustle city life. The extra speed and acceleration from the motor mean that you can stop and start in traffic and at junctions easily.
R5 citizen folding electric bike is fun to ride, which is a much different experience to riding any other type of bike. R5 gives you the opportunity to sit back, relax and take in the surrounding you might not have noticed before during you journey. When the motor is on, you will feel tired on your journey, which is much less effort. When the motor is off, you can have a good workout on your journey home. With folding feature and light weight, you can ride it to go shopping flexibly and put it to car trunk for further travel. Riding R5 can be less damaging to your knees and joints. It is great option for people of all ages and health. The upright seating position can also reduce back and neck pain.
CES held in Las Vegas, USA from Jan 5th to Jan 8th in 2017.
Please find Airwheel in Sands Fitness Hall, Level 2, and Booth NO. 45730.
Company Name: Airwheel Holding Limited
Contact Person: Eric
Country: United States