A technician from an Indian pharmaceutical company named Santosh has developed a mini electric bike weighing 2.5 kg and measuring 13 cm x 14.5 cm, capable of carrying a person weighing 64 kg.
It is easy to guess that this is the third version of the miniature electric bike — the first version, the Moosshiqk-1 weighing 4 kg, was built back in 2010 and measured 30 cm x 45 cm.
The second version, measuring 21 cm x 28 cm, already weighed 3 kg, but this did not stop the engineer and led to the creation of the third version.
An electric bike (or is it an electric scooter, does it have pedals?) With a central motor and chain drive, equipped with roller skate wheels, footrests and a miniature steering wheel.
There is no battery on board, so you have to put it in your pocket or backpack, and the wire, apparently, should be glued to the leg with tape.
It is difficult to say how much you can ride on such a product and in such a position as in the following video, but it is obvious that the Moosshiqk-3 was going to set a record, and not for everyday use.
It is worth mentioning that for the first time Santosh became famous in India thanks to the conceptual electric bike with the same difficult to pronounce name.
And while it looks like it was a Photoshop product, this 350W full suspension bike was actually built (Photo 2).
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