One of a kind all-terrain performance machine
Neematic is built on unique frame design — lightweight yet most durable. Frame is handcrafted using top quality stainless steel resulting in clean, minimal and robust look.
The mid-drive motor is placed at swing arm pivot point and delivers top suspension performance as well as low center of gravity.
With mid-drive motor concept Neematic minimizes sprung mass and sprung inertia. The suspension compression does not depend on the position of the swing arm and bike absorbs massive jumps.
A permanent-magnet brushless outrunner motor delivers Neematic 15 kW max power, an unmatched capacity.
Bike carries fully adjustable regenerative braking to generate up to 10% of battery capacity
Neematic runs on the latest tech Lithium-ion 2.0 kWh battery pack. It delivers up to 100 km range and enables the motor for maximum torque.
Battery is quickly removable and charges fully in 2.5 hours using a standard socket
Neematic Freeride is equiped with Fox 40 FLOAT air spring fork with 203 mm travel option.
Braking is further enhanced by Hope Tech 3 V4, hard hitting downhill brakes.
Rear air shock is award winning Fox X2 with adjustable lock, compression, and rebound.
Neematic is Not a beautiful rendering nor is it a lab project. It is a real thing. It’s a real thing which we test regularly and vigorously to make sure the production version is on top of its game.
Linas builds a number of frames and complete custom ebikes with his own company, becomes an established expert within Endless Sphere community.
VC fund Practica Capital invests EUR 200k into Neematic to help develop superior electric bike market-ready.
Sketches and discussions, fabrication defects, melted frames, burnt motors and never ending enthusiasm to get it working.
Lukas joins as business development associate. The team continues to test and improve FR/1, now focused on pre-orders, travels in Europe and the next funding round.
Bicycle enthusiast and architect by training, Linas starts exploring electric vehicle world by building first conversion bikes. Excited about the driving experience and design opportunities, he becomes one of the first in Lithuania to promote electric vehicles.
Domas returns from the UK and opens his motorsport suspension service. He continues to work with motorsport teams — including Dakar rally and Audi Sport TT Cup.
Domas and Linas meet for the first time. They discuss how powerful electric bike should be engineered for off-road use — both want to reduce unsprung mass by bringing the motor into the frame. Excited about this concept, they start working on soon-to-be Neematic during the weekends.
Linas and Domas are joined by Justinas, business developer with Invest Lithuanian and believer in electric vehicles.
Neematic Freeride, fully functional prototype is built and displayed at Intermot 2016.
Co-founder, CTO and design lead
Architect by training 9 years experience in professional studio 7 years experience building and developing custom e-bikes