Yet Another Folding Bike!

Yes, seems like “Folding Bike” is the flavor of the season, so I won’t bore you with any witty comments. However what makes the db0 (divided by nothing) E bike different from the rest of the gang is that it’s soon to be available this first quarter. So those lusting after folding hybrid cycles, hit the jump to catch the specs of this beauty!

Features:

  • This is a 100% professional bike and becomes an eco-hybrid pedelec by turning on the power assistant system.
  • Applying high tech injection technology to build bike frame with aluminum alloy material, db0 presents a bold and simple spirit of design.
  • Unique folding mechanism as an integrated piece of the design- a “focal point” that adds visual value to the bike design.
  • Special single front fork & single chain stay frame design to minimize the folding dimension to be extremely compact and ultra light.
  • Equipped with quality inner 3-speed which is maintenance-free, safe, clean, noiseless, and valuable.
  • High performance DC brushless motor in compact size intelligently integrated on front wheel for easier maintenance. Simply relax your muscle on the way climbing up.
  • High capacity Lithium battery in compact size with ultra light weight & special shaped case, safely extends your trip to 40 km.
  • Lithium battery and 250W DC brushless motor to achieve hybrid riding.
  • High-tech central control system is easy to operate with built-in multi-functions.
  • db0 applies WR connectors and wires on whole system to make it easier and safer for installation and removing.
  • Innovative I.P.T.S. (Intelligent Pedal Torque Sensor) system that detects the torque value from cyclist’s pedal force and thus provides humanized assistance comfortably, just like an advanced “auto-shifting” device on your fabulous bike!

Designers: DK City & ROBRADY

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db0 (divided by nothing) E bike by DK City & ROBRADY

    15 Comments

    • mif991 says:

      Images of the girl and the robot are distracting and does not give a clear view of the design. The last picture is better. I would like to own something like this but the folding cylinder bulk is a bit too much for me. But I would love to try it and see how it feels!

    • NVJ says:

      It’s a good looking bike…
      And it’s suitable for couples of outing…
      How to buy it ??
      Made in Taiwan is a good quality guarantee….

    • JJ says:

      Sometimes I ride the bike for exercise with my girl friend.
      But she always can’t keep up with me…
      We have a new choice to buy the db0 bike now.
      I think that I can make more interaction with my girl friend.

    • Khai says:

      I bought this a couple of weeks ago from nycewheels and I'm beginning to regret it. It's the best looking folding e-bike *available* (there are lots of cool concepts, but this is the best one in production), and I get people asking me about it every time I ride it. The main source of my regret is that the computer is starting to become flaky. It's supposed to detect when you need assistance and then turns the motor on. It worked great for the first few days, but now seems to be turning on less and less (fully charged). Also regrettable is the cheap plastic console. It got knocked loose today so I'll have to figure out a way to fasten it back into the original position, otherwise it slides down and swings around. Its placement results in it banging into any poles that I lock it to. Because of the frame design, the only secure way to lock it is by including the central beam. The final regret is that it's too heavy, so when the motor doesn't turn on it's a beast to pedal, especially because the handlebar positioning makes it awkward to lean forward to exert pedal power. There's also a lot of wiggle in handlebars and the pedals flex and squeak (I'm only 165 lbs). I'm sure I'll figure out a way to fix the console, but if the computer dies then this bike will be useless. Not recommended, don't buy.

    • Khai says:

      I bought this a couple of weeks ago from nycewheels and I'm beginning to regret it. It's the best looking folding e-bike *available* (there are lots of cool concepts, but this is the best one in production), and I get people asking me about it every time I ride it. The main source of my regret is that the computer is starting to become flaky. It's supposed to detect when you need assistance and then turns the motor on. It worked great for the first few days, but now seems to be turning on less and less (fully charged). Also regrettable is the cheap plastic console. It got knocked loose today so I'll have to figure out a way to fasten it back into the original position, otherwise it slides down and swings around. Its placement results in it banging into any poles that I lock it to. Because of the frame design, the only secure way to lock it is by including the central beam. The final regret is that it's too heavy, so when the motor doesn't turn on it's a beast to pedal, especially because the handlebar positioning makes it awkward to lean forward to exert pedal power. There's also a lot of wiggle in handlebars and the pedals flex and squeak (I'm only 165 lbs). I'm sure I'll figure out a way to fix the console, but if the computer dies then this bike will be useless. Not recommended, don't buy.

      • Mr Tee says:

        So Khai, did you fix it? Was there solution to the flaky computer or did you sell it on, or is it now gathering dust in some cupboard?
        I’m was offered one for just under £500. However I’m 6’2 & 250lbs. Following your review it just doesn’t seem worth the headache. Dyam shame!!!!!

    • I`m L says:

      I just purchased the dbo electric folding bike but started reading the reviews on line and beginning to think this was a bad investment. While Ihave had other electric bikes in the pass, my last 1 being the prodeco marina 7 which was stolen a couple of weeks ago. I’m wondering how the hub would kick in while peddling rather up hill or straight. I noticed the new dbo bike has a throttle so I guess they caught their flaws and decided to control the hub wish sounds better but will live with this one for now

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