The LeEco company introduces two models of Smart Bike, the Smart Mountain Bike and Smart Road Bike, powered by the Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based BikeOS through an integrated touchscreen display that provides user to turn-by-turn navigation via "Here Maps." Both the LeEco Smart Bike fit in LeEco's goal linking web-connected lives from the phone, to the bike and to even cars.
The Smart Road Bike is tentatively named Shark. It gets an aerodynamic focus for its T700 carbon frame, fork, and aero seat post. It also gets build up with a 1x1 SRAM mechanical drivetrain and standard rim brakes. It weighs 8.4kg or 18.5 pounds.
While the Smart Mountain Bike also gets the same frame from Shark but this time they add an SR Suntour XCR Air front fork and 27.5 wheels. Tiger also gets a SRAM 1x setup, specifying an 11-42 cassette that suggests an entry-level NX drivetrain. As claimed, it weighs 12.2kg or 26.9 pounds.
All of the new bikes share the same BikeOS brain and a quad-core Snapdragon 410-powered processor. The bicycle features a 4-inch touchscreen display integrated to the stem and gets runtime via a 6,000mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
It also features a walkie-talkie that biker can talk to other LeEco smart bikes owner in the area. Both bikes attached with a barometer, accelerometer, lights, a compass, an alarm and a horn. Supported with a third-party accessory for things like heart rate tracking. The biker can also log and share all their rides through its phone app.
The Smart Road Bike and The Smart Mountain Bike built with safety, security, and visibility. Each model automatically gets controlled lighting including integrated side lightning in the handlebars plus a horn and a security alarm. The security pairs to the owner's phone allowing to track a stolen bike through the mobile app. In the mid of 2017, the Smart Bike will be available in the market.