The trend toward fully integrated wiring in e-bike designs is in full swing, leading Higo, the leading electric bicycle connector manufacturer, to introduce the smallest line of signal connectors on the market. This new series of micro M is designed for connections such as displays, switches, actuators and sensors, and its main feature is the use of crimp contacts instead of soldered contacts.
Decathlon recently released a new concept electric bicycle Magic Bike, “using innovative technology to help commuters in the present and the future”, which attracted the attention of many people for a while.
Decathlon said that safety, simplicity and ease of use are the characteristics of Magic Bike, which adopts a futuristic integrated design appearance, with strong connectivity and automation functions. The Magic Bike uses a mid-mounted motor, and a fully enclosed belt drive. Featuring a modular integrated battery, three batteries with a range of 19, 37 or 56 miles can be combined in any combination.
The bike can be locked or unlocked automatically when the owner approaches, and the bike will also be automatically locked when the chainstays are lowered.