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Costly InTube Systems Dominate E-Bike Offering at Eurobike | Amar Wheels Takes Production Efficiency to Next Level

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – 1.3 million euro costs the license for an InTube battery system, according to sources. At least that’s said about the one Bosch is selling for its frame-integrated batteries that come with its drive-units and other components. This license derives from the InTube battery patent that is now owned jointly by Accell and Bosch. It presents the leading drive systems maker the right to exclusively sell the license. This and other patented InTube systems are dominating the e-bike offering at the 28th Eurobike that started yesterday.

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Costly InTube Systems Dominate E-Bike Offering at Eurobike

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – 1.3 million euro costs the license for an InTube battery system, according to sources. At least that’s said about the one Bosch is selling for its frame-integrated batteries that come with its drive-units and other components. This license derives from the InTube battery patent that is now owned jointly by Accell and Bosch. It presents the leading drive systems maker the right to exclusively sell the license. This and other patented InTube systems are dominating the e-bike offering at the 28th Eurobike that started yesterday.

Amar Wheels Takes Production Efficiency to Next Level

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – For Indian Amar Wheels Eurobike 2019 is the new opening to the European market. “Exhibiting at Eurobike gives us the opportunity to show the market how we reorganized Amar Wheels and made it fit better for the European market,” explains Amar Wheels Marketing Director Ka>>

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Basil’s Open Source Click System for Carriers in Heavy Duty Version

ULFT, the Netherlands – Basil originally unveiled the MIK (Mounting is Key) luggage carrier system at Eurobike 2017. This year, the Dutch company unveiled the second generation, the heavy-duty version. The heavy-duty version can carry up to 30 kilogram making it suitable for child seats.

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Ansmann Expands Rechargeable Battery System Range

ASSAMSTADT, Germany – With two newly developed integrable rechargeable batteries, Ansmann is expanding its broad product range offering designers and manufacturers of e-bikes. These new types of solutions offer standard applications for rapid and cost-effective implementation. Both can be realise>>

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