Electric Bike concept by Yuji Fujimara

Electric bike concept by Yuji Fujimara
An unusual and highly original electric bike EBIO, the development of a talented industrial designer Yuji Fujimara. The appearance of the concept, reminds all parties to licked electronic gadget in the style of Apple. Mechanics of a bicycle requires a motor running on lithium-ion battery.
The idea of compactness is relevant! And relevant in the cities, where they, bikes, many in urban parks. Increased Light-dimensions, too true.
Electric bike concept by Yuji FujimaraElectric bike concept by Yuji FujimaraElectric bike concept by Yuji FujimaraElectric bike concept by Yuji FujimaraElectric bike concept by Yuji Fujimara

EBIO – Electric Bike concept by Yuji Fujimara

10 thoughts on “Electric Bike concept by Yuji Fujimara”

  1. Designer of this – apparently a fan of iphone, not a cyclist. So thin and so white … as a side gust of wind on this iPhone can uparhnut somewhere off the bridge.

  2. Very Nice and so much unique design .Its really world best design and represent a great idea for in this Bike industry.
    Charging system is nice.
    and also parking system very unique.
    i like its very much.

  3. I’m an avid cyclist going up a windy bridge on an ordinary road bike is a bit dicey.
    Love the concept though

  4. i like it so much. I hope the designer could contact me to make an arrangement for this business to spread all over ASEAN countries.

  5. El diseño innovador hace que cambie la expectativa de la bicicleta común hacia una oficina móvil y ligera entonces se podría añadir una computadora para escuchar los mensajes al momento de llegar al trabajo
    Att. Ing. Angel Merino

  6. @arham
    lithium battery for this electric bike, we have ever projected such kind of battery of just 6mm

    welcome to contact us

    bikbattery at gmail dot come

  7. The bike is an interest concept but there is a question how the long term maintence will play in the future design. The concept design does not show a braking system that can be easy access. There is also a question how the design handle human skin and bike outer surface friction on hot weather? There appear to be no secure way to lock bike down when the owner is a way or any way one can custom the design.

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