Sports bike gamifies cycling and teaches rider how to improve performance

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Aimed at riders using their bike for tricks or sports, the new Audi e-bike Wörthersee features an onboard computer that can connect to a smartphone, offering challenges and tips on how to improve performance. Presented at the Wörthersee tour in Austria on 16 May, the prototype of the bike aims to replicate technology featured on motorcycles without negatively affecting the weight or design. Using a 2.3kW electric motor, the bike has a motor-assisted pedaling mode enabling speeds up to 50MPH, and it can travel at 31MPH on the motor alone. A battery is located inside the frame, which powers the…

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