Suweeka, a trailblazer in outdoor gear innovation, is set to revolutionize the way we transport our bikes. The company has just announced the presales launch of its debut product, the Bike Lifter Modular Rack System, with deposits being accepted now. This innovative system is poised to cater to the growing e-bike, cycling, and e-moto markets, promising a hassle-free and safer way to transport your two-wheelers.
The Suweeka Bike Lifter Modular Rack System is designed to make loading and unloading your bikes a breeze. Unlike traditional hitch racks that require lifting your bike onto the trays, Suweeka’s ingenious design allows users to lower or raise the trays to the ground, facilitating effortless roll-on/offloading and unloading. This innovation is a game-changer, particularly for those dealing with heavy e-bikes and e-motorcycles, which can weigh up to 80 pounds or more.
But that’s not all – Suweeka’s Bike Lifter system also features the Quick Connect Hitch Cleat (QCHC) connector, a user-friendly addition that paves the way for future product carriers to seamlessly mount onto the system.
For the first 100 early adopters who place a $100 deposit, Suweeka offers an exclusive opportunity to be part of the initial production run and receive a $100 discount on their Bike Lifter purchase. After this, deposits will still be accepted, but delivery may occur after the initial run, depending on the response.
The Suweeka Bike Lifter Modular Rack System, which includes two bike trays, is priced at $2600, with an option to add a second tray for an additional cost. With Suweeka’s modular ecosystem, they plan to introduce quick-release attachments for various outdoor activities, ensuring that all future carrying solutions effortlessly integrate with their innovative Quick Connect system. Suweeka’s commitment to simplicity, safety, and convenience is set to transform how we transport our gear, making outdoor adventures more enjoyable and accessible.
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