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Gogoro announces availability of the Eeyo 1 e-bike in the United States

Gogoro, a technology leader renowned for its mobile energy platform and ecosystem that is accelerating the shift to sustainable urban mobility, announced the availability of the Eeyo 1s e-bike, its first US product. Unveiled in May, the modern, ultralight Eeyo 1s integrates the innovative EeyoTM Smartwheel and is available for purchase in the United States exclusively at with limited quantities shipping August 10th.

Half the weight of typical ebikes, Eeyo 1 is built with Kevlar reinforced carbon fiber in a distinct open-frame design for lightweight, electric-assisted city riding. At the core of its nimble and responsive design is the new Eeyo Smartwheel, an all-in-one digital drive that fully integrates the motor, battery, torque sensor, and smart connectivity into a compact rear hub.

Kirk James, chief marketing officer at Gogoro, said:

“Eeyo 1 is an innovative approach to the hyper-local and multi-modal transportation challenges people in cities face every day and we designed it so riders can navigate the busy stop and go traffic in the quickest and most agile way possible. We focused on the essentials that make it an absolute joy to ride. Because the more fun the ride – the more we ride. And that’s the whole point.”

The Eeyo 1 is available in two models, the Eeyo 1s and Eeyo 1. The Eeyo 1s ($4599) is available in a warm white matte finish and features a full carbon fiber frame, fork, seat post, handlebars, and rims, weighing in at a mere 26.4 lbs. The Eeyo 1 ($3899) is available in two distinct colors, cloud blue or lobster orange, and features the same carbon fiber frame and fork as the 1s, but with an alloy seat post, handlebars, and rims, and weighs 27.5 lbs – still half the weight of typical e-bikes.

The Eeyo 1’s forward-leaning sport geometry is extremely nimble for navigating city streets, bike lanes, and bridges. The open-frame design is strong, lightweight and smooth, and is easily carried on a rider’s shoulder into an apartment, subway station, or on and off public transportation.


Companies: Gogoro

Industries: Sports, Leisure & Recreation

Terms: Applications

This article has been edited by Basalt.Today
This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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