We’re tired of looking at the way vehicles especially two wheelers are designed. A tubular frame slapped on with odd shaped plastic. (Endoskeleton design)
So we flipped that design paradigm on its head and built our patent protected designs on what we call an Exoskeleton Design ® . So basically the chassis is the design.
What even cooler is that our designs are modular and we can change product design whenever we want. Being modular also makes our designs sustainable.
In the long run we would want our customers to be able to change design as easily as a kid assembles lego bricks!
Open Modular Architecture: The Tactical Bikes are built on an open modular architecture that allows sharing of key components between different models. This "building block design ideology" enables users to radically customize design, powertrain, performance and handling characteristics, much like building blocks. Modularity also enables switching or recycling parts easily.
The ability for the user to be able to change product design is a first in the industry and not only keeps our product fresh and user engaged but also makes our product hold value. . This not only keeps our product fresh and user engaged but also allows users to share and switch out upgrades and parts. We carry multiple frame designs so you can even switch out the frame itself and get a new look anytime you want! Assembly and basic tools required. We carry multiple frame designs so you can switch out the frame itself and get a new look anytime you want! Assembly and basic tools required.
Colors: After running multiple computer simulations and rigorous real world testing, we decided to powder coated all components in bright colors to look like building blocks to represent our "building block" design ideology.
Overbuilt to last long: Our bikes are overbuilt and that not only give them an aggressive stance and robust build quality but also offer a smooth riding experience.
The Tactical Bike has been modeled, designed/engineered using ANSYS, 3D Solid Works and AutoCad. Frame has been precision cut using modern manufacturing techniques like CNC plasma (shown) and waterjet cutting. The entire chassis/frame is 3D printing enabled. Use of flat surfaces gives our bikes a futuristic look never before seen on two wheelers.
Sustainability for the Environment
Use of modern manufacturing techniques also means our vehicles are easy to mass produce just about anywhere. That also means we don’t need huge factories when we build to meet demand, which is great for the environment.
We want to make transportation not only exciting and upgradable but also green and sustainable. Our "building block/ overbuilt" design ideology makes our design long lasting and also makes it possible for us to offer buybacks and upgrades that allow us to recycle / reuse parts increase our green footprint and implement sustainable practices.
The best part is that you can go about adding all these upgrades by exchanging old certain parts with us or with others in the community. Our in development app connects you to owners around you who may want to swap out parts with you!
Once our logistics are on track, Assault Dynamics will take back parts (subject to a few conditions) that are undamaged or show minimal wear when you upgrade and will also be offering buybacks of the entire bike subject to certain conditions. Since the Tactical Assault Bike is built rugged and on an open architecture, not much can go wrong with it. If a component is damaged, it can easily be replaced and the bike is as good as new! This also allows is to reuse key components like the frame, coil springs and other mechanical components and offer buybacks to our customers.
Recycling /Up cycling/ Sharing, is inbuilt in our “building block / open modular architecture / overbuilt ” design ideology which not only gives us a green footprint but is also great from a sustainability standpoint.
Electric Mobility: The end of an era brings brand new opportunities.
ICE or Internal Combustion Engines (the highly complex pieces of machinery that we have known and depended on) have been around for only about 100-150 years. But if you think about we have ridden horses and carriages for thousands of years! So if we were to construct a timeline, ICE would be a blip on that timeline.
Electric Mobility, no matter the source of that power, is the way forward and its here to stay.
The best part of Electric Mobility is simplicity. In its very basic form, an electric motor has just one moving part: the shaft. Simplicity also means that it allows startups like ours to design and manufacture awesome upgradable vehicles at affordable prices that just wouldnt have been possible with ICE.
Going forward, Electric Bikes and other forms of “compact personal transportation” will probably be the dominant means of travel over short distances in cities of tomorrow because of their affordability compared to other Electric Vehicles.
Infact the US government has proposed tax credit to promote ebike sales
We are out to create modular mobility solutions that offer a degree of customization never seen before. Bikes are just the beginning.
Most companies in this space have either built electric bikes that are basically bicycles made to look like motorcycles or have used existing bicycle layouts (think tubular frame) and slapped on motors and battery packs to turn them into electric bikes. At Assault Dynamics, we have developed our patent protected frame from the ground up and used light motorcycle components on our bikes . Our bikes sport full front and rear suspension and are basically light motorcycles in the true sense.
Using light motorcycle components on our bikes not only enhances riding experience especially when operating in the Electric Mode but also gives our bikes a robust build quality.
Right from the get go, we wanted to keep our products accessible to everyone without compromising on build quality. While our goal is to design and develop modular mobility solutions, Bikes seemed like a good place to start. The next step would be building Motorcycles. Prototypes for a light motorcycle and a “last mile delivery bike” are ready.
Modular Design: Choose between Hardtail and Full Suspension Combination Frames:
You can start out with a basic Hardtail HT Frame (MT 1.0 HT) or a full suspension Combination Frame (swing arm + front frame). All frames are available in 2", 3" and 4" widths. You can change between a HT Frame and full suspension HD Frame anytime so long as they are of the same widths. (Each frame sold separately). However, most parts are common to all widths. Assembly and basic tools required.
Modular Design: Choose between Multiple Frame Designs
The ability for the user to be able to change bike design is a first in the industry and not only keeps our product fresh and user engaged but also makes our product hold value. We carry multiple frame designs so you can switch out the frame itself and get a new look anytime you want! Assembly and basic tools required.
Combination Frame #1 thru #10 and Hardtail/Rigid Frame # 1R thru #10R, thats over 20 different designs that you can choose from. Please note that we are unable to show frame designs #2 thru #10 at this time because of multiple ongoing worldwide patent applications.
BMX Style Electric Bikes (20x4 Tires)
Front frame switched out on a BMX Style Bike for a new look:
Tire and Front Fork Switchout:
20x4 BMX Style Bike to a 26x4 Full Size Fat Tire Bike (Tires, Front Fork Upgrade)
Front Frame, Tire and Front Fork Switchout:
26x4 Full Size Fat Tire Bike to 20x4 BMX Style Step Thru Bike (Tires, Front Fork Upgrade, Regular to Step Thru Frame)
Modular Design: Choose Upgrades
Now, with a basic combination or rigid frame on hand you can go from a mountain/offroad bike to a fat bike by switching out the tires. Need better shocks? We have everything from basic bike shocks to motorcycle grade offroad shocks. You can pretty much change everything on the bike including the handlebars, seat and front cowl! Assembly and basic tools required.
Modular Design: Go Electric
You can upgrade ALL models to an electric drivetrain selecting from a range of motors and battery packs! Assembly and basic tools required.
Causing Disruption and setting the standard:
We are out to create modular mobility solutions. To offer a degree of customization never seen before. Bikes are just the beginning.
We did the opposite!
Most companies in this space have either built electric bikes that are basically bicycles made to look like motorcycles or have used existing bicycle layouts (think tubular frame) and slapped on motors and battery packs to turn them into electric bikes.
We went ahead and developed our patent protected frame from the ground up and used light motorcycle components on our bikes. So our bikes are basically light motorcycles in the true sense. Further, using light motorcycle components on our bikes not only enhances riding experience especially when operating in the Electric Mode.
Accessible to Everyone
Right from the get go, we wanted to keep our products accessible to everyone without compromising on build quality.
Our top spec Electric Bike is priced @ $3500. Thats the same as some entry level electric bikes (built on a tubular frame) from the competition! Our top spec full suspension model uses light motorcycle components (think front fork/rear suspension) while the competition uses bicycle components on their electric bikes. The competitions top spec models run at $4800 and still dont use motorcycle grade components!!
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