Published On: Fri, Jun 26th, 2015

Ford designed an electric bike that helps pedal when you sweat

 

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Ford, best known for its cars and trucks, has designed an electrical bike that may create pedalling easier if you begin to sweat.

The MoDe:Flex connects to a smartphone app and reads the rider’s heart rate, providing electrical pedal help if the going gets robust.

The “No Sweat” mode – a lifesaver for commuters hoping to stay cool within the summer – is one in all variety of options on Ford’s new bike, which is able to additionally create its handlebars vibrate if a pothole is coming up.

A paired smartphone also will stand up to this point traffic and navigation information, which means the fastest possible commute, also as reading fitness information. The rider is given directions via an audio headset.

The front of the bike also will detach from the rear, permitting users to store them in cars or at work.

 

Ford announced its new prototype just a couple of months after it launched an electrical bicycles at Mobile World Congress, the mobile trade display, this year.

While the new bike’s specifications weren’t discovered, Ford’s earlier e-bikes associate with a high speed of 16 miles per hour.

 

 

 

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He is a graduate in Bioinformatics from the IASE University in Rajasthan, with wide exposure working for various clients inside the country. He loves web development management and currently freelances from Bangalore.

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