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Introducing Cyberdrop: the next evolution in bike-camping

Cyberdrop - Canada

Canadian cyclist company Cyberdrop is at the forefront with his innovative creation: the Cyberdrop e-bike trailer. Inspired by the futuristic design of the Tesla Cybertruck, this trailer is set to revolutionize the world of bike-packing, offering cyclists a comfortable and convenient journey into the great outdoors.
Unlike its angular muse, the Cyberdrop is designed to seamlessly integrate with electric bikes, providing cyclists with a permanent structure that eliminates the hassles of setting up and packing away a traditional camping tent. With its sleek and compact design, the Cyberdrop is poised to make bike-packing as effortless as possible, allowing adventurers to focus on the thrill of the journey ahead.


For many cyclists, the prospect of embarking on bike-packing adventures is hindered by the lack of comfortable and convenient camping solutions. While car and pickup camping have long been favored for their ease and comfort, bike-packing has often been overlooked in the outdoor industry. However, Cyberdrop aims to change that narrative by offering cyclists a camping experience that rivals those of traditional vehicles.
Central to the Cyberdrop’s design is its innovative power system, which includes two motors onboard the bike and an additional motor installed on the wheel hub of the trailer. This trio of motors ensures that cyclists have the assistance they need to tackle any terrain, whether navigating moderate hills or conquering steep inclines. Powered by a 9.5-kW lithium battery or the optional rooftop solar panel, the Cyberdrop provides cyclists with the freedom to pedal as much or as little as they choose.


Constructed with an aluminum frame and covered with neoprene to prevent condensation, the Cyberdrop offers a spacious and comfortable living space measuring 8 feet in length. Equipped with a cozy bed, ample storage compartments, and enough headroom to stand and move comfortably, the trailer is designed to cater to the needs of even the most discerning adventurers.
On the road, the Cyberdrop boasts an impressive range of 130 miles, allowing cyclists to explore remote destinations without worrying about running out of power. With an estimated retail price of $6,500, the Cyberdrop offers an affordable and sustainable alternative to traditional camping setups, making it accessible to outdoor enthusiasts of all backgrounds.

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