Feddz Electric Bike

Aug 27, 2015

Category: Rides

IO HAWKs are all the rage when it comes to urban commuting right now, but for a more formidable and less ridiculous-looking option there are electric bikes, like the Feddz.

This German-engineered e-bike looks like it might have been inspired by a storm trooper, but it’s much more than just a cool design. Unlike many e-bikes on the market, this one has two belts on either side of its frame to allow for nearly 23 liters of cargo room. So whether you want to bring along your sportsbag, laptop, or just a couple of grocery bags, the Feddz allows you to do that. It also includes a USB port for charging your gadgets while riding, and doesn’t require any gas or oil. Best of all, it’s virtually noiseless. The battery has three different power modes, with the fastest of the three bringing your bike up to roughly 27 MPH, and the lowest setting allowing it to travel up to 68 miles on a single charge. It comes in at $7,600. [Purchase]

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