The latest in a slew of similar so-called e-bike conversion kits has been announced

The throttle-less Evowheel is the latest in a long line of so-called e-bike conversion kits. The product was created to provide an ‘all-in-one solution to fit bikes with V or disc brakes.”

The wheel is operated via a dedicated phone app, via which users can customise the output, track speed, battery life, assist levels and ride mapping.

It also features a commute mode, in which the power output and assist is at its highest, a leisure mode, which offer more assistance determined by the length of the ride, an exercise mode with warm-up and cool-down periods and a climbing mode, in which power can be utilised only on steep climbs.

The unit is charged through an adaptor in the axle, which the brand claims provides ‘fast charging’.

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The maximum speed is technically 18mph, but to adhere to European e-bike laws, this is restricted to 15.5mph in the UK with a 54-mile range from the internal 36-volt lithium-ion battery.

The wheel will soon be the subject of an Indiegogo campaign, in which the brand will look to raise funds for an initial batch. Pre-orders and perks are expected to be revealed in the campaign. 

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