The next big thing in urban transportation in the U.S.: the electric bike? That’s what Faraday Bicycles is hoping with their new electric bike, which displays all of the outer qualities of a normal bike but packs a 250W electric motor.  Faraday Bicycles CEO Adam Vollmer feels people won’t ride electric bikes until they “stop looking so unappealing.” So his bike attempts to fix that problem. Their first bike is set to be released in April 2013, and you can read more about it from Mashable here.

The next big thing in urban transportation in the U.S.: the electric bike? That’s what Faraday Bicycles is hoping with their new electric bike, which displays all of the outer qualities of a normal bike but packs a 250W electric motor.  Faraday Bicycles CEO Adam Vollmer feels people won’t ride electric bikes until they “stop looking so unappealing.” So his bike attempts to fix that problem. Their first bike is set to be released in April 2013, and you can read more about it from Mashable here.

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    You get this bike, your shit getting stolen. Lol
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    Bad idea imo