Abstract: Airwheel has been gaining its footing in the sector of electronic scooters with the help of its spirit of keep innovative. Actually, to be modern is not necessary a best way to keep innovative. At times, it is another way to keep innovative to back to be traditional. Airwheel newly developed R8 electric mountain bike bears a strong testament to this statement.
Any firm who intends to gain its footing in the market must keep itself innovative to be competitive. Once it loses the advantage of innovation, it will be left far behind its competitors. So does the sector of electronic scooters. In the sector of electronics, the ever-changing market is full of increasing competition. Airwheel keeps innovation and keeps releasing new products, say the R8 triangle frame electric bike.
Different from previous e-bikes, Airwheel R8 Triangle frame electric bike adopts the design of chains like the traditional bikes. The triangular frame is formed by a bending long pipe, with an aluminium alloy casting to lock the joint, leading to high performance of crush resistance. That is why it looks traditional. This is not the whole story, for it keeps its previous electric mode—R8 electric cross bike is powered by electricity and at the same time it supports human mode. When the rider get off work and feel tired because of strong pressure from work, he could opt to use the electric mode. This mode will require no force from the rider. The rider can enjoy the easy riding without any labour. If he wants to work out, he can use the human mode. It saves much time and also serve to help the rider do exercise.
When it comes to its parameters, Airwheel R8 lightweight trekking bike is still a magnificent vehicle. Its max speed reaches as much as 20 km per hour. With a full charge, it can cover some 100 km, which is sufficient for the one-day commute in the city. The moped mode and the manual mode offer more options to the rider. Another draw is its portable battery. The versatile battery can be used as power source of R8 and be used as a movable battery source for the mobile phone of the rider.