The Boombox, a music playback system, sits on top of the bike, with speakers directed at the rider.  (Photo: noordung.com)

The electric bikes continue to adapt more conveniences for handling. This is the case of the Noordung, a vehicle with two striking experiences: the music Boombox and a system to warn about air pollution where it travels.

It has the name of the same manufacturer, which seeks to renew the concept of these urban vehicles. It is not a futuristic bicycle, as they have been doing. On the contrary, it tries to return to some classic ideas in its design.

READ ALSO: Volkswagen enters the race to conquer the air and prepares an electric aerial vehicle

As part of its specification, the bike is carbon fiber, with a 680mm handlebar/stem combo on 27.5-inch 5-spoke wheels with Pirelli Angel GT Urban tyres. A curious detail is the round and attractive retro headlight from Litemove. In the electrical aspect, it has a rear motor of 250W of power that also combines with pedaling.

The Boombox, a music playback system, sits on top of the bike, with speakers directed at the rider. (Photo: noordung.com)

On the other hand, as already said, this vehicle includes a musical option. It is a robust detachable Boombox that sits on top, like a motorcycle’s gas tank. It has four hi-fi speakers.

READ ALSO: ZEM, the electric car that absorbs CO2 while it is in circulation

This element shares a position with the battery with a capacity of 300 Wh that offers up to 60 kilometers of autonomy. On the other hand, the 100 W charger allows you to recover all the autonomy in about three hours.

The other different and attractive detail is the PM 2.5 and PM 10 particle sensor system to monitor air pollution and warn the cyclist through an app if they want to continue on the route or change to another. The price of the Noordung is 6,990 euros (about 27,759 soles).

Leave a Reply