ELECTRIC BIKE
TRANSIT SYSTEMS

Turnkey Commuter Solutions

How it works

Tap, Rent and Roll! Take an eBike to and from your destination

The office 1st and last mile
from public transit
Casual use-lunch Between buildings Direct to Work/Home
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

ELECTRIC BIKE

  • Maximum power assistance speed 20 mph
  • Recharging Automatic at Station
  • Gearing deraileur Shimano Alivio 8-speed
  • Suspension HL CH-140, 75 mm Travel
  • Tyres 26 `` x 1.95 Kenda
  • Assistance Pedal assist
  • Display Backlit LCD display, speed, distance, riding mode, and battery charge
  • Range 40 miles
  • Battery Lithium-Ion
  • A2B Motor / Power 350 w brushless DC hub motor
  • Brakes Tektro Aurigia E-Comp Hydraulic Disc brakes
  • Frame 6061 aluminum frame
  • Curb weight 22 kg (48.5 lb)
  • 40 miles range
  • 20 mph speed
  • Super comfortable seat
  • Climbs hills effortlessly
  • No sweat required!
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CHARGING STATIONS

SPECS

  • Power 500 Watt Solar Array
  • Footprint 48 in. x 36 in. x 144 in.
  • 3 Sturdy Steel and Aluminum Construction
  • 4 Installs on most flat surfaces
  • Off-grid solar charging station
  • Modular design for single or multiple units
  • Easy installation and setup
  • No permits required
  • 5 2 eBike capacity - single module
  • 6 3 days stored solar power
  • 7 Auxiliary power available for accessories
  • 8 On-board computer w/cellular radio and GPS
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MOBILE APP

As easy as… Tap, rent and roll

  • Locate and reserve eBikes
  • Unlock and ride
  • Ride summary and history

CUSTOMERS TALKING

Gary Miskell
CTO Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

Innovative projects like Swiftmile’s solar powered eBikes can increase the use of alternative transportation options, including public transit and reduce harmful carbon emissions.

Mike Toto
IoT Product Development and Strategic Planning at Verizon

Our work with Swiftmile demonstrates how companies are looking to grow their revenue and stay ahead of their competition by providing their end customers with an easy, on-demand ‘mobility- as- a-service’ experience, which aligns with the growing trend from ownership to “usership”