Winter is here.
This might trigger thoughts of internet memes but there’s an e-bike connection too. Snowy winter weather conditions mean that lots of riders cut down on the time they spend on two wheels while others have to put their bikes away altogether for a couple of months. This period of inactivity can create issues unique to e-bikes and severely compromise their ability to properly function. If allowed to continue long enough, they can even permanently diminish the bike’s performance.
The combination of being folding, electric and chainless makes JIVR literally unlike anything else you’ve ever seen—it’s the world’s only e-bike to feature all of these, well, features. We’ve already explained how being folding and electric makes life easier. Now it’s time to complete the trifecta with 5 reasons why you need a chainless bike, right now!
Are you still using just your own two thighs to power your bike ride? If so, you don’t know what you’re missing by not switching to an electric bike (and you’re working way too hard). The new generation of e-bikes offers a level of comfort and convenience like never before. It’s a great time to go electric and here are five reasons why you need to do it right now:
Folding bikes have come a long way since the early days of questionable stability and awkward folding processes. In fact, you could argue that today’s folding bikes are a step ahead in terms of technology and attention-getting design. Here are five reasons why you need to catch up with the times and put a little style in your ride:
Folding. Electric. Chainless.
Those three words tell you everything about why JIVR is so unique and such an amazing piece of creative design and advanced engineering. At the same time, however, they’re each just a doorway to a long list of unique features and useful benefits that make JIVR literally unlike anything else—JIVR is the world’s only folding, electric and chainless bike. Here’s what each of them contribute to the one-of-a-kind experience of cruising around on a JIVR.
JIVR’s powerful 250W motor is powered by 36V, 8.7 Ah lithium ion rechargeable batteries of the same grade that are used to propel Tesla cars down the racetrack.