Schiller Water Bikes are a revolutionary concept in cycling and the newest trend in water travel. Imagine the simple pleasure of a leisurely bike ride with friends and family, combined with a glorious trip out on the water. Schiller is a water bike above the rest. Safe and stable in open water, guests and crew can jump straight on the bike without any training. No helmets, no paddles and no limits to exploring the paradise of your choice. It can even go in reverse!
The bike can be assembled in less than 10 minutes and has a compact footprint that will easily fit in most boat holds and cars. It’s also portable by foot from the car to the beach as it separates into easy-tocarry pieces. The original S1 model has an anodized aluminium frame, is equipped with a proprietary drive train and comes with a durable, urethane coated outdrive and white 1100 denier, rugged pontoons. It even has a watertight compartment for drinks and snacks.
Hailed as “the world’s most radically redesigned bicycle” the new upgraded S1-C is quite simply the best water bike in the world. Constructed out of marine grade alloys and stainless steel, it has proprietary propulsion, a high-gloss carbon fibre outdrive, integrated handle bar steering and rugged high-pressure, drop-stitch pontoons (slimmer than the original S1) that allow for easy transport, assembly and breakdown. Cruising speed is 4-5 mph and the S1-C can achieve speeds of approximately 10 knots per hour (10 mph / 16Kph) depending on rider ability.
Schiller Bikes was founded on the daring belief that people should be able to bike across a blue planet. Developed with state-of- the-art engineering and design, the Schiller S1-C and S1 are simultaneously revolutionising yachting, water sports and cycling industries, enabling millions of people around the world to have an exhilarating, dynamic and safe biking experience on the water.
This is the next frontier in biking and water sports. One that has no learning curve (or paddles or uncomfortable seating in kayak hulls), and is accessible to all for fun, fitness, touring and adventure on almost any body of water. With nearly one billion bikes around the globe built for land, Schiller is singularly focused on delivering its customers epic rides, trailblazing voyages and incredible sunset spins on a new aquatic terrain.
A premium bike meets ultra-portable catamaran, the S1-C is the most advanced production water bike in the world. Its iconic design features striking curves, bold colours, anodized aluminium frame and stainless steel precision engineered parts. A proprietary drive train employs carbon fiber belts, flexible shafts, and propulsion system that enables riders to easy create forward thrust with a high degree of manouverability. Rugged, high-pressure drop-stitch pontoons ensure maximum rider safety on the water. The S1-C drive train requires very low maintenance and is serviceable by bike mechanics around the world. The bike is ergonomically designed with interchangeable bike components (saddle, handlebars, cranks, and pedals) and a variety of system features to ensure maximum safety on the water.
• Iconic design language
• Marine grade alloys and stainless steel to resist corrosion in salt water environments
• Fast, and can reach speeds of approximately 10 mph/16 kph, depending on rider ability
• Integrated steering at handlebars
• Proprietary propulsion system
• Safe and stable in open water
• Under 10 minutes to assemble
• Compact footprint – fits inside many cars, boat holds and city apartments
• Intuitive UX
• High pressure, drop-stitch pontoons
• Modular architecture
• A variety of colour options on the frames and pontoons
• Additional high pressure inflatable front deck available as accessory along with stained Brazilian hardwood and Carbon Fibre running boards.
• Weight is approximately 40 kg
• One of the only bikes in the world that can go in reverse
• Low maintenance
Unlike other motorised watercraft such as wave runners, the Schiller bike is a 100% human powered vehicle requiring no fuel and having zero emissions or impact on the environment. They are silent in motion and do not require a trailer for transport.Enquire Below