B-Lev Technology, an urban mobility technology company based in Saint-Brieuc, France, unveiled its new concept of urban electric mobility called Trott-e-skate.
Trott-e-skate, is built from a skateboard based on a recycled carbon fiber. A steering stem has been integrated to give it a dual utility, either in electric skateboard mode or electric scooter mode.
Designed for the environmentally conscious townsfolk, the Trott-e-skate offers wide use adapted to personal, hobbies, and professional travel.
The stem integrates completely into the deck for use in skateboarding and deploys for use as a scooter. To keep up with their environmental conviction, the Trott-e-skate chassis and steering column are made from recycled carbon and some aluminum alloy parts.
B-Lev Technology has also focused on the design and construction decisions made to ensure both the convenience and robustness of Trott-e-skate:
“The folding structure of Trott-e-skate is unique. To ensure the structural strength and aesthetic appearance of this product, our design team has designed a highly integrated, fast folding system. Since the Trott-e-skate weighs less than 9 kg, users can lift it with one hand. In addition, the Trott-e-skate allows to have a better stability than on an electric scooter thanks to its 4 wheels and the width of its deck. Folded it can easily be placed in a trunk, transported by public transport, and stored in charging bins. For the safety and visibility of the user, we have integrated stops light, turn light and road lights allowing them to see and be seen by other users.”
The engines are housed in the hub of each rear wheel and are surrounded by 4-inch airless tires manufactured internally by B-Lev Technology, which is a considerable advantage. Airless tires are designed to absorb shocks in the city and to eliminate the risk of punctures.
Companies: B-Lev Technology
Industries: Sports, Leisure & Recreation