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Quick, easy and affordable way to turn any bike into a powerful electric bike in under 60 seconds.

The GeoOrbital wheel is compatible with nearly every bicycle. The wheel comes in 2 sizes to cover over 95% of all adult sized bicycles. If your bike has a 26in, or 700c (also compatible with 28in and 29in) front wheel and uses rim brakes, the wheel fits. 

The GeoOrbital wheel is by far the easiest way to add electric power to your bike. The only part that isn't in the wheel itself is a simple thumb activated throttle, which is easily clipped onto your handlebar. 500W Brushless DC motor will get you to 20 miles per hour in just 6 seconds and you can always pedal to go even faster.

"We use the highest quality Panasonic 36V removable Lithium-Ion battery with a pedal assisted range of up to 50 miles per-battery (up to a 30 mile range for the 26 inch wheel). With little to no pedaling you will go about 20 miles on a single battery (12 miles for the 26 inch wheel). The more you choose to pedal the more range you can expect, and you can always take a spare battery with you for longer rides," said the team. 

With built in USB outlet you can charge your phone, bike lights, or even a speaker on the go. Remove the battery from the wheel to have a massive portable power bank to take with you. It's enough portable power to take for a day at the beach. 

When the Kickstarter campaign was active, the company raised $1.2 million of its $75,000 goal. Now that the campaign is finished, one can pre-order the wheel and package deal for $800. Expect a delivery sometime in February 2017

Nov. 1, 2016 Driving photo: GeoOrbital

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