Hyundai Motorcycles is introducing their latest creation, EcoBike and expanding its platforms at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
EcoBike offers a state of the art battery and frame design, and artfully combines the highest quality parts from the most competitive manufacturers – Shimano, SRAM, and Cionlli, to name a few. The result is a masterpiece in convenience, reliability, and style. Combining style with functionality, EcoBike is a world-renowned quality electric bicycle, sold all over Europe ,North America and now expanding into South America.
The EcoBike is powered by an innovative hub-mounted, brushless permanent magnet motor with a triple planetary gear drive system and proprietary heat resistant materials. The Zero-Smart-Start speed controller delivers ease of use and smooth drive control and offers a multi-function variable speed output. EcoBike electric bikes have been specially designed with the daily commuter in mind.
Hyundai Motorcycles is expanding its platforms to Brazil, one of the advancing political economies in South America and closely working with the United Nations to provide the EcoBikes at a low cost to developing countries like Kenya, Haiti, Bangladesh, and Ghana just to name a few. Brazil, which is leading in childhood education is partnering with Hyundai Motorcycles and the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to provide EcoBikes to families that that live more than 3 miles from schools. The initiative is to “bridge the distance” between children and education and providing them access to schools.
The project is said to take off at the World Cup in Brazil 2014 and it will help over 1,000 families all over the world
Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, stated, “This is the first time a major vehicle company is partner.ing with our efforts to reach the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Education is fundamental to the development of a child, a town, a nation and our world. The initiative to “bridge the distance” is one of the greatest initiatives taken to combat illiteracy.”