Gi FlyBike

Gi FlyBikePeople today now have more means to travel around than ever before. From cars, trains, buses, planes, to motorcycles, people have many choices to go around as they please. Traveling has become a common and convenient luxury and privilege. But some may prefer a more personal mode of transport, something they can always have on the ready wherever they go. If people can have one in their pocket, then they surely will welcome it. After skateboards, scooters and other means of portable transport, this new Gi FlyBike may be something many people will consider.

The Gi FlyBike is a regular commuter’s dream, an electric bike that is easy to ride on as it is easy to store anywhere. It is the first electric bike that folds in just one second. This becomes a well-suited option for everyday commuters who are always looking for a means of making that “last mile” of travel convenient.

The Gi FlyBike is designed to be a smart electric bike that is virtually maintenance-free. It was developed to further make urban commuting more hassle-free for people. It is designed to be light using ultra lightweight aircraft grade aluminum. It s features include a 6,000mAh battery that can go up to 40 miles on a single charge with pedal assist. The Gi FlyBike also features anti-puncture tires, safety lights and gears, a smartphone charger and an app that users can use to complement the bike’s functions with a smartphone.

The Gi FlyBike weighs around 37.4 pounds or 17 kg. The fly folding design makes storing and handling a cinch to do. Many users would love the fact that they can easily bring it with them when riding a bus or train. The Gi FlyBike is a Kickstarter project that aims to gather funding to put the electric bike into production. By the looks of it, many people are interested and have reached their goals many times over with still many days to go. If you are interested to have one, a pledge of $1,990 can get you your very own Gi FlyBike. Estimated delivery of the first units will be sometime in June of 2016.

Image Source: Kickstarter

Join the Discussion

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top