Fixed-gear bikes are still popular because they are easy to use and require little maintenance. They are also great for the winter and getting around town, as long as you don’t have to deal with steep hills. With his Electric Fixie, a clever mix of e-bikes and fixies, this guy wants to get around this problem.
Andrey Avgust made the design for the electric Fixie bike. This type of three-wheeler is also a great way to get around in the city, as long as you don’t live in San Francisco or another hilly city. But if you’re riding an Electric Fixie, you can even get away with that. Andrey Avgust, who is from Belarus and has a bachelor’s degree in industrial design, made the Electric Fixie. It was made to make it easier to ride a fixed-gear bike in cities with hills, like San Francisco.
The bike works the same as a regular fixie, but it has an electric motor to give it more grip. It has one gear, an electric motor, and no brakes. It has regenerative braking to recharge the battery, and the handlebars can be used to change the amount of acceleration and recharging.
The Electric Fixie’s battery pack weighs just under 4 lb (1.8 kg) and is placed inside the frame’s triangle.
So far, the Electric Fixie is a beautiful design that took the person who made it 130 days to finish. The bike’s design is for sale, but the price is not given.
Want more context? Check out this video called SELECTRIC FIXIE from the Andrey Avgust YouTube channel.