Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

By - May 2nd, 2014

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Urban dwellers are ditching their cars in favor of pedal power in growing numbers, and the Vanhawks Valour is presented as a smarter cycling solution. Built with a 16-pound carbon fiber frame, the Valour is a connected bike equipped with multiple sensors and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, making it compatible with iOS, Android and Pebble through a companion app. Features include turn-by-turn navigation in the form LED indicators built into the handlebars, plus on-board sensors that measure your speed, best times, calories burned, distance traveled and more. There are also theft alerts, blind-spot alerts and the ability to tap a network of other Valour riders, through which users share info on road conditions or blocked lanes. Go to the Vanhawks Valour Kickstarter to lean more.

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

Vanhawks Valour | First Ever Connected Carbon Fiber Bicycle

18 comments
John Zhou
John Zhou

ew that top tube geometry is no bueno. but cool tech

D King Rado
D King Rado

I want that too. My road bike is getting old!