Published on February 18th, 2014 | by Cynthia Shahan8
Stealth Bomber Electric Bike Takes Hold Of That Smooth (Stealth) Groove & Tops Electric Bike List
February 18th, 2014 by Cynthia Shahan
Stealth, an electric bike startup, is an apt name for generations that are forming new pathways to transit. These budding generations exercise technological progress that leave baby boomers longing to keep up. We want to.
Watch and experience this “Stealth Bomber Electric Bike” as it cruises stealthily in that groovy bicycles weave. This one is reportedly at the top of the list for those who appreciate well-made electric bikes with purpose-built frames. This video captures the mobility from the bicyclist’s smooth view:
At the top of that article linked above about top purpose-built electric bike frames, published on electricbike.com, the writer notes:
This is hardly a top-10 list since there are barely ten manufacturers out there building a purpose-built electric bike. As hard as it is to believe, with the hundreds of electric bikes on the market, only a handful of companies have bothered to design an electric bike with the batteries built into the frame….
Riding a bike with the battery built into the frame offers many advantages:
- Bike is better balanced when battery is within the frame triangle.
- Frames make great place to hide unsightly wiring
- Bike is less Jankey with components held solidly in place
- Battery is more fire safe when contained in the frame
- You have the option of easily adding more batteries in the rear cargo-rack. Bike can be designed to hold a lot of battery such as the Stealth Bomber
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