This open-source e-bike can be built by anyone

Transcript: Joystick-controlled e-bike. This e-bike is not your average two-wheel machine. Yvan Forclaz, inventor of the Joystickbike, made his prototype out of recycled material. Joystickbike doesn’t have handles but instead is operated by a joystick. The joystick can control brakes, steering, and throttle. Joystickbike can reach speeds of 37 mph. On a single charge Joystickbike has an electric range of 19 miles. Joystickbike has open-sourced their bike assembly plan online for others to create. They also sell the e-bike on their site at a starting price of $4,700.

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