In this Apollo Ghost – Space Age Scooter Review, we’ll take a closer look at the bike’s features and capabilities. The lightweight, 35-kilogram ‘Phantom’ scooter features a 600-watt motor, self-healing tyres, and foldable handlebars. Listed below are some of the Apollo Ghost’s most impressive features.
‘Phantom’ weighs 35 kg
‘Phantom’ is an anthropomorphic phantom that represents an adult man. It contains a human skeleton, soft tissue and lungs. The phantom was developed by researchers at the Lukang Christian Hospital in China. It is a standard anthropomorphic phantom with holes in the body for TLDs and HE. The Rando phantom was used in the study, which contained 35 numbered sections, a single trunk, and soft tissue.
It has a 600W motor
The Currie Technologies 600W brushless DC electric motor is the strongest 24V electric motor on the market today. This motor replaces the 180-500W motor. It increases the top speed and torque at low speeds. The motor uses a three-hole mounting face plate. The center-to-hole distance is about 3-7/8″.
It has self healing tyres
Scientists from Harvard University have developed a new type of rubber that can repair itself, just like natural rubber. The new rubber could eventually lead to self healing tyres for cars. The researchers have applied the self-healing properties of hydrogels to the new rubber. The process of vulcanizing rubber makes it stronger and allows it to retain its elasticity. Because of this, a vulcanized tire cannot be cut without losing its elasticity. The new type of rubber could be used in future tyres to increase safety and performance.
It has folding handlebars
If you need to transport your bike from one place to another, you can take it with you in the trunk of your car. If you choose the folding version, you can just fold the handlebars, which makes the bike more compact and easy to carry. Its folding handlebars are adjustable and can be removed to allow for easy transport. Folding electric bikes are convenient for transportation since they can be easily packed into vans or minivans.
It has tubeless tyres
If you’re a cycling enthusiast, chances are you’ve used tubeless tyres. If you’ve been riding for 20 years, you’ve probably used tubeless tyres. Most bikes are tubeless compatible as standard, so you’ll likely have used tubeless tyres, too. But what makes tubeless tyres different from tubed tyres?