Rethinking urban transportation: the first ever connected carbon fibre bicycle.
The sleek Vanhawks Valour is a carbon fiber beauty that integrates a 'connected' platform in a bid to reshape urban commuting.
Vanhawks, a Canadian company that makes a bike with integrated safety and navigational features, is entering the U.S. IBD market.
Vanhawks, maker of Valour, the world’s first smart carbon fiber bicycle, has resurrected itself with a new marketing plan after coming close to shuttering earlier this year.
Smartbike startup Vanhawks, part of the Y Combinator Winter 2015 class, has raised $1.6 million from Real Ventures, Olympic triathlon gold medallist Simon Whitfield, Brenda Irwin of Relentless Pursuit partners and various angels.
Sohaib is a hustler, entrepreneur, and product designer with a "let's get it done" attitude. Prior to starting Vanhawks, he designed a research database to study success rates for BigThunder Orthopaedics.
Prior to co-founding Vanhawks, Ali was a marketing executive at the Queen's Startup Summit and representative to the Alma Mater Society at QUeen's University. He is currently responsible for the overall product experience, front-end development and application of Vanhawks.
Niv is a technology enthusiast re-imagining the bike as the co-founder and CTO of Vanhawks