UrbanX Converts Your Existing Bicycle to an e-bike in 60 Seconds
Most riders have an issue with e-bike price that forces them to neglect or ignore buying a new e-bike from the market.

Now you have a solution which is affordable and efficient that converts your existing bicycle into an e-bike within 60 seconds with hassle-free!

With an aim of cycling accessible to everyone while saving the natural resources and money, UrbanX brings a technology that makes your ride enjoyable and keeps you healthy without drill a hole in your pocket.




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You just need to replace the front wheel of existing bicycle with the UrbanX Electric e-bike wheel that instantly receives a 30-mile range with a 20mph top speed.


UrbanX uses the patent-pending Sinus Algorithm Controlling System that converts electric energy stored in the battery to kinetic energy from the motion of the wheel.

It comes in 6 sizes - 24”, 26”, 27.5”, 29", 650c & 700c that cover to fit 99% of all traditional bicycles on the market. 




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It has two powerful sizes, a 350W electric motor for UrbanX Booster and a 240W electric motor for UrbanX Eco allowing it to be street legal in nearly every state and/or country. 

It’s a direct drive technology having no energy loss with higher battery efficiency and requires no maintenance. This feature makes it water resistant and protects from rain or snow.



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Its battery can last on average up to 50 km (30 mi) with pedal assist, or 25 km (15 mi) at full throttle on the thumb throttle model. The Pedal Assist System (PAS) controlled by iOS or Android Smartphone App.

The device is compatible with both disc brakes and rim brakes. It takes about 1.5-2 hours for fully charge and affordable to everyone. 

The company estimates the shipping cost at $80 to the US and $150 to rest of the world.

UrbanX weighs appx. 15 lbs. (7 kg) and can handle riders up to 300 lbs. (136 kg) with ease. It comes with three modes, Full-Electric mode, Pedal Assist mode and the Traditional Bike mode. (Source: Kickstarter)

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