The INgSoc bicycle is a battery-assisted bicycle designed by Edward Kim and Benny Cemoli. The bicycle is one of the most efficient self-powered modes of transportation. It serves as an excellent alternative for urban mobility and this creation from INgSoc is no exception. This bicycle conceives of a future where power-assisted bikes will certainly become the prevailing form of urban transportation. Both the frame and hub-less wheels are built from carbon fiber.
The INgSoc bicycle is also tech-savvy, featuring a mount for your smartphone or MP3 player on its frame. The INgSoc bicycle has three modes: battery-powered, battery-assisted and rider-powered, which charges the bike’s battery while you ride. Riding a bike is healthy for both the rider and the environment, but some people are still resisting the call to two wheels. A bike that looks awesome and can also power itself is all that is needed (in my expert opinion) to get those who are on the fence about biking.
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