Calamus: The safest & the most futuristic e-bike is here to take over fuel
A whole new class of e-bike designed with safety features as its core.
In the fight against climate change, e-bikes are definitely a smart option but if e-bikes could be made safer by integrating technology & AI then they would technically be the best option for people to ride in style and save big at the same time. Inspiring change amidst the new commuting wave, Calamus is giving other vehicle technology companies a run for their money by introducing gold standard safety features, superior to its competitors.
Touted as "a whole new class of e-bike", the Calamus One has a Bafang mid-motor, belt drive and tons of futuristic features including built-in indicators and the best in segment blind spot assist which makes it the safest e-bike in the world. With no direct alternatives in the market, blind spot assist is a unique safety feature that uses ultrasonic sensors to detect cars coming up behind the e-bike. It uses haptic feedback in the form of vibrations to warn the rider whenever a vehicle approaches its blindspot.
The Founders of Calamus, Nilesh Bothra and Huzaifa Hararwala came up with the idea to keep people safe on the road. Nilesh Bothra has always been passionate about automobiles. Huzaifa, on the other hand, has always been passionate about coding. Blending the best of both worlds and keping safety as its core, they have together created a revolution that is not only high-tech but also sustainable.
With such power packed features, a great anti theft technology makes Calamus One the hi-tech e-bike that everyone would want to ride. To combat theft, the designers have added a smart lock that unlocks with a fingerprint scan. The GPS tracking alarm system sends an alert through an app if someone tries to steal the bike while it's parked and custom fasteners make it harder to remove wheels or other parts of the bike.
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