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Close up of the M2 top tube highlighting the anodised finish

Anodising – moving on from traditional paint

In the fifth in our manufacturing series “Processes used in the M2’s manufacture” we take a look at how we moved away from traditional paint and opted for a tough anodised finish on the M2’s frame. Why we’ve opted for anodising verses traditional painting Anodising isn’t just about adding a colour to our frames; it’s

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FLIT M2 Folding ebike Cambridge north station

Folding bike geometry

Engineering Excellence: The FLIT M2’s Rider-Centric Folding Bike Geometry Interview with Matt, Design Lead at FLIT In the world of folding eBikes, rider comfort and a well-thought-out geometry can make all the difference in your cycling experience. Matt, the Design Lead at FLIT, delves into how the M2’s ride position has been reimagined to prioritise

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The lightweight M2 Folding ebike

Engineering Takeover: Motor & Torque Sensor

Engineering Takeover: Why rear-wheel motor placement and torque sensors matter Interview with FLIT Design Engineer, Harry. In the ever-expanding world of ebikes, it’s crucial to consider how these innovative two-wheelers perform on the road. If you’re searching for a seamless riding experience with your folding ebike, understanding the importance of motor location and the role

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Engineering Takeover: Single Arm Fork on a Folding Ebike

Engineering Takeover: How many arms should a folding ebike fork really have? Interview with Adam, the lead designer on FLIT’s front fork project Space is a precious commodity for anyone in search of the perfect folding ebike. Whether it’s for commuting, storing at home, or taking on public transport, the size of a folded bike

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