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Smart Wheel | By Flykly

Electric bicycles are nothing new, many options are available nowadays, but what if you could transform your ordinary bike into an electric one? That is exactly what Smart Wheel does! a simple and accessible device that turns any bike into a smart bike. The innovative lightweight device fits on practically any bicycle and allows you to cruise through busy city streets in no time whilst sparring your energy. It is easy to install, all the components are packed inside, simply replace your rear wheel with the smart wheel and you´re ready to go! You can control the Smart Wheel with an App, setting the top speed, checking your current speed, the distance, the time of traveling and the battery level. The app also lets you lock the wheel for safety and tracks it via GPS if your bike gets stolen. watch the video
 
Smart Wheel is currently seeking funding at kickstarter.




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