It’s been a couple of days after the expo and we can now share our fresh impressions from EarthX conference in Dallas.
EarthX is an international non-profit dedicated to environmental issues and it is a great hub to meet like-minded organizations, companies and individuals. We at Delfast, being a company with an eco-friendly mindset, naturally were keen on attending, showing our product and sharing our experience working in the electric vehicle market.
We were among the several hundred exhibitors and the many thousands of visitors to the expo, adding to the array of exotic and unusual vehicles present.
It was a great experience, being among so many people working towards sustainability and global ecological goals – from localized recycling startups, to huge funds focused on endangered species conservation. Similarly to other events we visit, Delfast bikes caught everyone’s eyes and we were pleased to receive some positive feedback from people who aren’t even specifically interested in electric bikes.
On top of that, we didn’t come unprepared. This time we were able to showcase a new bike prototype, designed specifically for municipal services, in this case – the police department. The bike has 170 miles of range and develops the speed of 50 miles per hour. It is extremely economical in maintenance, incredibly mobile and, as expected, noiseless – which are the qualities the police departments are looking for, as we’ve learned from extensive analysis and interviews when developing the bike. Currently, two states in the USA have expressed a desire to test the bikes and we are looking towards expanding this initial pool!
“We’re glad to become even more intertwined with the global sustainability community and getting all this attention to our company was just an added benefit to a conference that has a great goal”, – said Daniel Tonkopiy, Delfast CEO.
We’ll continue visiting new places and show our bikes around the globe, so keep in touch through our social media platforms and the website!