Gallery: World’s First Wireless Electric Bike Also Powers Gadgets Using...


We are big fans of electric bikes here at Inhabitat, but Daymak have raised the bar by creating the first ever completely wireless bike – almost. The brand new Shadow eBike hosts only a bit of wiring hidden away in the front hub, still placing it far ahead its competition which will usually comes entangled within an array of wires on its frame. But beyond its sleek and clean form, this eBike also boasts a USB port, a charging port, an LED battery power display, regenerative breaks and a wheel that doubles up as a generator!

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  1. kelliblack October 18, 2011 at 11:21 am

    I think this idea is quite amazing, whoever thought there would ever be a wireless electric bike!

  2. Michael Wendell March 6, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    Why does every electric bike feature a component spec that would even embarrass Walmart? Even the frame looks pretty bottom-of-the-barrel!

    Also… ditto what calciphus said. The solid front wheel is another clue that the designer of this thing never actually rode a bike.

  3. calciphus February 28, 2011 at 4:09 pm

    Brilliant until there’s a slight cross-breeze, and then your front wheel spins and you crash.

    But at least your iPhone will be fully charged to call for help!

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