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Granted patent – wireless bicycle brake

In 1817, the first bicycle brake was introduced by German inventor Karl Drais. The “spoon brake” was the first in a long series of brake solutions to be applied on bikes. The principle has remained fairly unchanged for 200 years; drum, rim or disc brakes – all wired and mechanic.

Until now. Last month, SmartGroup were formally granted patent on wireless brakes for bicycles and other vehicles. We are proud to take part in this long history and look forward to delivering solutions that everyone can use.

Our primary focus has been on users with disabilities, weak hand grips and other special needs. At the same time, we see that SMART BRAKE, with its simplicity and adjustable functions, is relevant to a wide range of people. The future is electric AND wireless, also in micro mobility such as e-bikes, city transportation and more. Our ambition is to be part of the solution, providing safer and easier travel for most people.

Contact us to learn more about SMART BRAKE: post@smartgroup.no

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The common part in SmartBrake

The brake activator applies brake force to the caliper so that you don’t have to! Read more about the brake unit.

If the handgrip is a challenge, then this will be your solution

Pulling this lever is super soft, and with an easily accessible parking brake function, your next ride will be much smoother. Learn more about the Brake lever.

When independency and additional safety are your priority

Operate the brake and parking wirelessly from 20 meters distance with this small remote. Read more about the hand controller.