Daymak EC1 Electric Bike Boasts Carbon Fiber Frame

With its carbon fiber frame, Daymak’s EC1 electric bike delivers a lightweight and durable construction, and integrated motor lets you across the streets in the city with ease.

Daymak EC1 Carbon Fiber Electric Bike

The EC1 is a well-designed, budget friendly carbon fiber electric bike that comes in four frame sizes to meet every cyclist. As we can see from the images, the ebike shows off a low-profile and stylish body in solid black, and beyond many bikes on the market, the EC1 features a carbon fiber frame which makes it only weight in at 34 lbs and delivers an ultra durable construction. And its pro version also comes with carbon fiber seat, post and handlebar and extension as well carbon fiber rim, which gives you a weight of 28 lbs. No doubt, the lightweight design delivers you a more comfortable riding experience.

Daymak EC1 Carbon Fiber Electric Bike

As an electric bike, EC1 also features a 250W brushless DC motor in the rear wheel which offers you a maximum speed of 20 mph (32 km/h), and its easy-to-change 24V 8.7ah Lithium-ion battery provides a maximum range of 15-18 miles (25-30 km), while EC1 Advance and Pro models have a 36V 7.8ah battery for a longer cycling range, moreover, 5 levels of pedal assist let you freely control the power of the motor for maximum efficiency.

Furthermore, its modular design allows you to effortlessly change the rear wheel in order that you can easily turn your carbon fiber ebike into a super light mountain bike. And a LCD display shows you the status of your ebike.

Daymak EC1 Carbon Fiber Electric Bike

The crowdfunding campaign for EC1 is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $1,039 to preorder the carbon fiber electric bike. It will be shipped in May next year. BTW, also don’t miss Phantom E electric bike and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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