One of the biggest obstacles when it comes to ditching your car in favor of a bike is how hard it is to run errands on two wheels. Well, thanks to the southern California based bike company Felt, going to the grocery store on your bike doesn’t have to be an impossible task. Introducing the Felt Tote’m Electric Cargo Bike.
This thing is essentially the pickup truck of the bike world. Boasting a big bodied frame made from 6061 aluminum, 24 x 2.35 KevlarGuard tires, and a big old Shimano STePS pedal assist electric motor with a 350W output – this bike can cruise along the streets fully loaded at up to 20 miles per hour like it’s no big deal. In addition to the solid build of the frame and the electric motor, this bike comes with front and rear taillights for visibility, Shimano components throughout (from disc brakes to shifters) and an extra 400Wh battery pack for continuous power. Whatever the chore, whatever the task, this bike from Felt will be more than up to the challenge. Prices are set at $4,000. [Purchase]
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