Don’t have the cash to replace your regular bike with a fancy electric model?
Well, you don’t have to.
You can now replace your front wheel with an electric one.
It’s called UrbanX and has already well surpassed its $50,000 Kickstarter goal, reaching more than $191,000.
The wheel will give you a 30-mile range with a 20 mph top speed.
It’s also much lighter than the average e-bike, which usually weighs 65 to 90 pounds.
UrbanX adds only 15 pounds to your bike, which includes motor, battery, spokes, rim, and tire.
If you get in on the crowdfunding, the e-bike wheel will cost you anywhere from $299 for the Eco Throttle version to the top model, the UrbanX Booster plus extra battery, for $529.
The wheels will start shipping in July.
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