trayser electric bicycle utilizes modular frame for ultimate repairability
trayser electric bicycle utilizes modular frame for ultimate repairability
apr 02, 2016

trayser electric bicycle utilizes modular frame for ultimate repairability

trayser electric bicycle utilizes modular frame for ultimate repairability
all images courtesy of ETT industries




bike design. with the commuter in mind, ETT industries’ ‘trayser’, an electrically assisted pedal bicycle, strive to offer urban freedom through its frame concept. its angular, nimble form shres the load with the rider and brings ease, comfort and enjoyment to daily travels.





with only a three hour charge, the ‘trayser’ has an amazing 97 kilometer range. in the spirit of being a true human-electric hybrid vehicle, the more energy put into the pedals, the further the range on a single charge. the bike’s electric motor can power the rider up to 24 km/h. unique to the ETT range, is the personalization brought by the company’s wide range of 3D printed accessories allowing customers to create their own rules.





‘for the design of ETT industries’ trayser, there was one core goal, before pencil ever touched paper; that whatever they looked like and however they’re made, they should be radical enough to change how people view electric bikes,’ explains CEO and founder, jay wen. ‘we wanted to make the first electric bike both desirable and obtainable, and change the mental picture that people have when they hear “electric bike” to one of aspiration and excitement.’

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  • i love this aesthetically except the wheelbase looks long and why that top angle????

    L68_hate says:
  • Handsome and sturdy looking. What about fenders and a rack, aren’t those elements fundamental?

    HOWARD E DAVIS says:

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