Electric Gi FlyBike

Oct 1, 2015

Category: Rides

One of the biggest problems with electric bikes is that their frames are big — at least, big enough so that you won’t want to have to find a secure space to store it when you’re not using it. Now, there’s an e-bike that folds in half in just one second.

It’s called the Gi Flybike, and it aims to transform the way millions of people commute around the world every day. With just one swooping motion, the bike folds down to half its size. It lasts for 40 miles on a single charge, and has puncture proof tires. The electric bike also has an integrated bike lock, so you won’t have to worry if you left yours at home. It also has integrated rear lights and a smart headlight. It’s currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter with an early backer price of $1,990, with an estimated delivery set for June 2016. [Purchase]

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