EIN (German for “one”) is the world's first intelligent and electrically assisted bike trailer. A normal trailer is a burden for cyclists because its load can be heavy or bulky, making momentum and pedaling difficult - this prompted the designer to create an electric, single-wheel detachable trailer, which will offer cyclists a smooth ride. effort.
EIN, the trailer that "compensates" for fatigue
The Danish product designer jens martin skibsted, a global expert on urban mobility, had the ambition to create an easy way to help people transport children or goods around the city. A vehicle that was also cool and elegant, and that offered cyclists "the easiest ride of their life".
Biomega EIN has a built-in sensor that can detect how much the cyclist is working. It sends this information to an integrated electric motor that offers a level of assistance proportional to speed. In summary, the trailer motor gives the rider strength when it is needed, and it stays good when it is not needed.
The engine is powered by a removable battery, so charging can be done without the trailer, at home or at work, making the process easy and convenient. Biomega EIN is designed as a small aerodynamic cart, easy to maneuver and perfect for city bike lanes. With two additional seats you can also transport two children: without seats, lots of space for even heavy loads (the engine takes care of it).
Yep, the engine
The "assisted" trailer is powered by a 250 watt motor (non-push electric) and it has a removable lithium-ion battery that can get there up to 85-150 km between charges. It is very efficient and fully recharges in 5 hours.
Interchangeable freight transport
EIN is transferable from bike to bike, whether electric or mechanical, by connecting it to a simple bracket mounted on the seat post. The trailer is equipped with a safety reflector and a child seat locking mechanism. Other accessories include a rain screen, safety roll bar and a transparent cover.