CoolQi Bike reveals its new AI shared bike

By Chloe Lewis
CoolQi Bike has recently revealed its new AI shared bikes at Peking University. The company was founded in 2016 and is one of the best in the business o...

CoolQi Bike has recently revealed its new AI shared bikes at Peking University. The company was founded in 2016 and is one of the best in the business of shared bikes. 


The new Golden Edition bike has been made by expert manufacturers to provide optimal comfort and convenience. CoolQi's vacuum coating process creates golden bikes, with a strong, light body. The bike is also the first to have a silicone seat, meaning the riding experience is much more comfortable than a normal bike. The bike's tyres also offer 50 percent more grip. 


The Golden Edition also has AI seats, where users enter their height into CoolQi APP which adjusts the seat depending on the user data. The bike also has wireless mobile phone charging docks and AI lock with voice functionality.

 
Currently, CoolQi has over 1 million bikes in over 50 cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Xi'an, Changsha and Taiyuan. 

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