VanMoof Introduced Anti-Theft System for Smart Bikes
The company launched two new e-bikes models Electrified S2 and X2 with new theft protection features
VanMoof, Dutch high-end bicycle manufacturer launched the Electrified S2 & X2 with advanced protection systems. It features virtually invisible stealth lock, rider recognition, and a multi-phased alarm to protect bike from thieves, intelligent motor, matrix display, smart cartridge, and new frame design. The intelligent motor generates more power with greater efficiency, an increased range of 150km (93 miles) along with turbo boost, which can accelerate the speed within seconds.
The stealth lock stops the wheels from turning and activates the theft defense system with a kick, automatically unlocking and disarming when the owner is nearby. It is impossible to ride a bike is stolen, as is combined with the integrated alarm and lock-down system. The new motor maximizes power delivery and minimizes energy loss, using VanMoof’s largest ever battery to extend the maximum range to 150km (93 miles). The new Matrix Display in the top tube allows an unprecedented level of bike-rider interaction at a glance, yet disappears completely when turned off.
If the bike is stolen, owner simply alerts VanMoof’s Bike Hunters via the app, who spring into action to recover the stolen bike. The company guarantees that if the Bike Hunters don’t track it down within two weeks, VanMoof will replace it. VanMoof will start reservations for the Electrified S2 and X2 e-bikes on June 7, 2018 when 2,000 early birds will be able to shave US$ 1,000 off the retail price of US$ 3,398. The company will start shipping in September 2018.
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