Ukrainian company dealing with electric motorcycles Delfast, used its electric bikes for various tasks such as breakdown Guinness Book of Records and Mexican police equipment. But their latest use is perhaps the most important mission of bicycles: to help Ukrainian soldiers strike David against Goliath against Russia’s barbaric invasion of her country.

The image below shows one of many Delfast electric bicycles which were supplied by the Ukrainian armed forces, which are currently using them to defend their country from more than two months of Russian offensive.

Electric bicycles, which have functional pedals that allow them to increase their range by more than 200 miles (320 km), have enough speed and power to border the territory of electric bicycles.

A manual throttle means riders can use the pedals as a footrest if needed, focusing instead on maintaining speed and navigating difficult terrain.

When pressed hard, bikes can reach speeds of up to 50 mph (80 km / h).

Their long suspension and ability to carry heavy loads have made them particularly useful for navigating wooded trails or disembarking when trails do not exist.

Bicycles used by Ukrainian defenders have been modified to carry NLAW missiles or next-generation light armored weapons, which are specifically designed to allow one operator to destroy an enemy tank.

The missiles are designed for portable and portable infantry, but weapons weighing 28 pounds (12.5 kg) are much easier to transport over long distances when transported on the back of an electric bicycle.

Such portable anti-tank weapons change the game in Ukraine’s struggle to protect its sovereign territory from Russian occupation, but their use is not without significant risks.

Real life isn’t like Counterstrike, and it’s not a video game. Going into position in the open for fire with NLAW or a similar American Javelin missile is incredibly risky, often exposing the operator to the main gun or several heavy machine guns of an enemy tank. Using a high-power electric bicycle to quickly and quietly achieve a firing position can greatly reduce the impact on a soldier and improve the mission’s success rate.

In fact, Ukrainian forces are already using several types of light electric two-wheelers in their creative potential to help invade Russian troops.

Another local Ukrainian company, ELEEK, also supplied its country’s armed forces with silent powerful electric motorcycles for use on the battlefield.

In this case, electric motorcycles were invited for use by sniper groups.

They give similar benefits to these electric motorcycles from NLAW in that they help Ukrainian operators to calmly reach the firing position in less time than to run on foot.

One of the bikes can be seen below, showcasing its fast and easy riding style.

Electric motorcycles and electronic bicycles are fast becoming a common tool used by the military around the world.

Back in 2018, we learned that the Norwegian Armed Forces had begun testing electric bikes with thick tires in border patrols.

Patrol roles were also performed by New Zealand Defense Forces in 20202 when they began testing UBCO electric bikes.

Australian soldiers Stealth electric bicycles have been documented from last year and we also saw the first application helicopter electric motorcycles last year in an app designed to quickly insert special operators on low-signature electric dirt bikes.

Several special forces units in Europe and the Middle East also tested high power electric mountain bikes for field use, with paratroopers even dropping electric dirt bikes on the battlefield.

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