The technology company Xiaomi distributes much more than just cell phones. Their product catalog also ranges from towels to home appliances such as backpacks and pens, even electric vehicles.
This is the case of the bicycle Mi HIMO Electric Bicycle T1 that has been known for a few days. The vehicle is similar to a motorcycle, although it has the typical pedals of a bicycle, in case the user wants to practice sports.
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A good cycle autonomy
The Mi HIMO T1 has a handlebar in which you can see a digital display in the form of an ultra-sensitive odometer so that sunlight does not prevent you from clearly seeing the transmitted information. Its headlights have 18,000 cd (candela per square meter) of brightness that illuminate the road up to 15 meters ahead in long light and 5 meters in low light.
It has a permanent motor of 350 watts and a good autonomy thanks to its 14,000 mAh that guarantee up to 120 kilometers of operation with a single load. It weighs 53 kilos and can carry passengers up to 100 kilos. It has hydraulic disc brakes on the front wheel and a drum brake on the rear. Tires 90 mm wide and 8 mm thick.
It has a screen on the handlebars to control the speed. (Photo: Xiaomi)
The bike incorporates a one-touch start button, multi-function switch and touch control.
At present, this bike will be aimed at the Chinese market and will cost about 2999 yuan, more than 400 dollars.