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BMW Patents Its New Radical Electric Bike

BMW has been on the roof bike road before. The C-1 scooter, built for only two years between 2000 and 2002, proved to be a sales flop despite claims to offer car style safety. But 20 years later, the firm is preparing to dive into the same arena again with a completely revised version of the same “off the field” concept, re-rolling out the “normal” bike with just a few bolts. So, BMW Patents Its New Radical Electric Bike. It can be changed to…

“Normal” is relative. The BMW Idea – which in the last month alone has led to an astonishing 15 patent applications – is an electronic machine based on the evolution of scooter’s chassis, batteries and transmission. Like the C1, the C-Evolution is expensive and slow-selling. Still, unlike its predecessor, it represents a form of BMW, based on its claim to be a severe player of electric motorcycles.

Carbon Safety Cell

The 20-year-old C1 used an aluminum safety seal to protect the rider, and when it was active, the seal fell off. Despite BMW’s best efforts to save weight, it contributed heavily to the 408-pound, which struggled to propel the original 15-hp, 125cc single-cylinder engine. Even an increase of 176 ccs didn’t help much, as it increased from just 64 mph to 70 mph. Weight is the enemy of every motorcycle, and BMW’s newly designed solution is to use carbon fiber. It forms the roof, while the chassis is an aluminum platform built around the battery pack.

BMW Patents Its New Radical Electric Bike

Carbon provides unlimited power with minimal weight, and BMW patents explain how the two overhead hoops go from the rider’s feet to the top of his head. The axis of the swingarm is provided near-end infrastructure. I design the carbon with the flex element, which allows it to absorb the effect that is transferred directly with no force…

Worm zone

Where the two carbon hoops are attached to the front and rear of the motorcycle, there are four pieces (“40” in the picture above) to stay in the victim’s four parts in the event of an accident. It absorbs even more energy and allows the roof to come down two inches in the event of an upward impact. Since the crimp zone easily bolts to the roof pillars, it should be relatively easy to replace them, so an accident wouldn’t mean I hit the bike right away. It was written because they destroyed a zone.

Safety belt

Race-style four-point rings remain intact during an accident, but the shoulder straps have road car-style root reels as long as they don’t affect it. Pre-tension tightened the belt to pull the rider back to the seat, making sure that his shoulders were between the affected parts of the sides of the rollover structure, which simultaneously extended his arms. It encourages us to stay inside the cell.

BMW Patents Its New Radical Electric Bike

Side airbag

Placed in the side panels, the Airbus expands during an accident, forming a pad section on each side of the rider that runs from its hands to its shoulders, and once again extends to its right. ۔ Keeps the arm inside the protective cell.

Rear bearing protection

BMW did not forget about the previous effects. The straight part of the rider’s seat – which is attached to the removable roof instead of the seat base – is a sturdy cage to protect your spine. Besides, the firm has filed a patent to show how shock absorbers are bold parts that act as shock-absorbers in the event of trauma.

Dynamic aerodynamics

Regardless of how light the BMW makes the roof of the new bike, it still works like a jet to the winds. There is so much to do now. BMW’s solution to this problem is to use an active aerodynamic mix to compensate for the movable four moving violets. Attached to a computer-driven stabilization system, the winglets produce two front-to-back, less than two-way power, but act as an airline. The computer adjusts these angles individually to create tilting forces that balance the wind trying to push the bike in the opposite direction.

Removable Roof

It’s all about impressive technology, but perhaps the smartest factor is the fact that BMW has designed just a few bolts for easy removal.

Airbags, fins, crimp zones, seat belts, safety seals, seat belts, and windscreens can be pulled into the house, including the entire roof that connects the two bikes. The BMW idea seems to be that you can use the protection when you are traveling or during horrific weather or other daily trials facing reckless drivers and motorcyclists. But when you want a clean ride experience without a car safety system, you can leave them at home. They removed the roofs; you have an open motorbike, which is very traditional, even with electricity.

BMW is serious about this idea. It was first designed with an evolutionary patent for the evolution filed last year, but 15 patent documents show that the concept has grown significantly since then. Given that BMW already sells electric cars with carbon-fiber bodies and chassis, such as the I3, it is understandable that the firm will bring it into production so it can use material and electric tech. Learn more and investigate crossover markets between cars. Drivers and motorcyclists.

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