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It doesn´t feel like a regular wheel. And it packs a ton of power.

GeoOrbital Wheel

Imagine adding an electric wheel to your bicycle and then travel 50 miles on a single charge. GeoOrbital Wheel bike has a  500w brushless motor, powered by a 36v 6Ah removable lithium-ion battery. With a simple press of a lever, you’ll go from 0 to 20 miles in an hour in 6 seconds.

We use the highest quality Panasonic 36V removable Lithium-Ion battery with a pedal assisted a range of up to 50 miles per battery (up to a 30-mile range for the 26-inch wheel). With little to no pedaling you will go about 20 miles on a single battery (12 miles for the 26-inch wheel). The more you choose to pedal the more range you can expect, and you can always take a spare battery with you for longer rides. 

Easy to install and intuitive to operate. The installation of GeoOrbital Wheel takes only 60 seconds and requires no tools.

GeoOrbital Wheel - Easy to instal and intuitive to operate

GeoOrbital Wheel - battery is easily removable

Even the tires are made of high-density foam. They ride just like a normal tire but they will never go flat. Just pop on the wheel, click on the throttle and go. It is a pretty brilliant idea.

With our built-in USB outlet, you can charge your phone, bike lights, or even a speaker on the go. Remove the battery from the wheel to have a massive portable power bank to take with you. It’s enough portable power to take for a day at the beach.


GeoOrbital Wheel - Turn Your Bicycle Into An Electric Bike In 60 Seconds

GeoOrbital Wheel - Travel 50 miles on a single charge

Designed to be universally compatible, the GeoOrbital wheel fits all bikes, new and old. If you have rim breaks and your front wheel is 26″ or 28″/29″/700C, then it will fit.

The GeoOrbital Wheel passed its funding goal on Kickstarter, 1,600 backers pledged over one million dollars and is now available to order on the official site. The GeoOrbital Wheel price is $995 at this time, use the link below for more details.

Designer: GeoOrbital

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All images and video via GeoOrbital/Kickstarter