Carbo Lightweight Foldable Electric Bike

With the foldable and lightweight structure, Carbo electric bike is ideal for commuting or any short-distance trip. Like the idea? Let’s have a look.

Carbo Lightweight Foldable Electric Bike

The Carbo is a beautifully crafted folding electric bike that is available in three models: Model C, Model S and Model X. As we can see from the images, the Carbo shows off a stylish urban-style appearance design, and the discreet black matte finished exterior ensures it blends well with any personal lifestyle. Meanwhile, the frame is made of carbon fiber for a durable and lightweight construction, and it can be folded in less than 10 seconds for easy storage.

Carbo Lightweight Foldable Electric Bike

All Carbo models feature a 250W Bafang brushless motor in order to offer 25-32km/h maximum speeds. The Carbo Model C and S come equipped with 36V 7Ah LG/Samsung/Panasonic lithium-ion cells that provide 20-40km riding distance, while the Carbo Model X features 30-50km range between charges. The model C has a single speed chain, while the model S sports a Shimano 7-speed chain. Moreover, the model X features a carbon belt drive that’s maintenance-free and features strong and smooth power transfer.

Carbo Lightweight Foldable Electric Bike

The foldable eBike comes equipped with a smart LED screen on the handlebar. Using built-in Bluetooth technology, it wirelessly communicates with your smartphone, which not only display battery, speed and distance info, and 0-4 level of pedal assist, but also provides smartphone SMS and GPS integration. In addition, an extra USB port allows it to charge your smartphone when you’re on the road.

The team behind Carbo is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $1099/$1199/$1499 to preorder one of the Carbo lightweight foldable electric bikes. All models will be shipped in March 2019.

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