Head to B1-109 for a look at Electolyte's 300-mile range e-bike
German electric bike maker Electrolyte is to debut what it says is the world's first cartridge hydrogen fuel cell electric bike at Eurobike next week.
Having formed a partnership with one of the companies at the forefront of hydrogen fuel cell production, Electrolyte have come up with the Vorradler S3 FC, which the firm claims is capable of 300 power assisted miles.
In addition to the Vorradler, Electrolyte has a range of ebikes that include 20-inch folders, 36 volt belt-driven cruisers with both front and rear-mounted torque sensor hub drives and an ‘unplugged series’ of urban commuters offering riders a town bike which has been developed for low-maintenance comfortable riding.
Another string to Electrolytes bow is it’s custom-built road bikes. Riders can build their bike from the bottom up, starting with frame material (titanium or steel) geometry, componentry and finish.
For a closer look at the build head to B1-109 when Eurobike opens.