Chinese conglomerate LeEco announced two smart bikes at CES, both which run the company’s customized BikeOS flavor of Android.
The company’s two new bikes — the Smart Road Bike and the Smart Mountain Bike — each have the sorts of things you need for those respective types of biking: seats, wheels, and carbon fiber frames. They’re both 11-speed bikes, with the Road Bike weighing in at 18.5 pounds and the Mountain Bike a heftier 26.9 pounds.
Each bike is fitted with a Snapdragon 410-powered 4-inch touchscreen. (Those screens run off a 6,000 mAh removable battery, by the way.) The bikes have turn-by-turn navigation provided by Here Maps, and a walkie-talkie feature that will let you talk to other (compatible) LeEco smart bikes in the area. If you’re not out riding your LeEco smart bike with your friends and their LeEco smart bikes, there’s also online and offline music playback to keep you company.
LeEco wants to make smartphones, VR experiences, self-driving electric cars, and TVs.