E-bikes are becoming increasingly popular as an innovative and practical way of getting around and staying fit. And what better way to make it mainstream than by introducing a black wheeled steed pimped out by Noordung?
A Solvenia company that prides itself on producing urban cycling E-bikes has released a retro-inspired design that takes a new approach to combine new tech with old-style art executed impressively. The booming business Noordung has rolled out a sleek black retro-styled two0wheeler which could set you back a few thousand – but is the new ride of the century.
What’s futuristic about this design is its technology known as the Boombox. The exciting innovation inside comes with a PM 10 particle sensor composed of four separate speakers. The battery speaker unit can also be used with Bluetooth to provide background sound when driving.
In addition, air quality sensors are installed in the tank on the top tube, the data from which is passed on to an iOS/Android app. Besides its Boombox, the E-bike has air pollution sensors that alert drivers whenever they are in a heavily polluted area. Its air sensors track air pollution on the go, which feeds into a decentralised air pollution data network.
This smooth black steed, fitted with a carbon fibre frame, a 250 W motor and gadgets galore, is the definition of top-notch sophistication. Understanding our peculiar needs, the Slovenian manufacturer has created a Noordung bike with a battery that charges phones on the go.
The power comes from a motor with a classic 300Wh battery that can run up to 60km. With the 100W Noordung charger, the e-bike can be fully charged in three hours. The disc brakes provide strong braking power, while the smartphone fits securely via a mount on the handlebars. E-bikes may be the way forward but let’s hope the cars can catch up first.