Alternative products to Faraday Bikes

Faraday Bikes

E-bikes featuring classic frame designs.

15 alternative and related products to Faraday Bikes

Cowboy

E-bike with live dashboard, navigation, GPS & ride stats 🚲⚡

Cowboy is the next generation of electric bicycle. With live dashboard, navigation, GPS tracking, removable battery and ride stats, the accompanying app makes your ride more than just a ride. It becomes a whole new experience.

TechCrunch
Cowboy, the startup that's building a new, smarter electronic bicycle, quietly launched in its home country of Belgium this past week, whilst simultaneously disclosing it has raised $3 million in seed funding. Notably, the round is led by Index Ventures. The London and San Francisco-based VC appears to be particularly bullish on electric-powered mobility, re… See more
16 Alternatives to Cowboy

VanMoof Smart Series

Smart city bikes with big personality for $800 ⚡

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your commute or add some oomph to your A to B, our tough city bikes are here to deliver. Don’t be fooled by the minimalist design — inside that sleek aluminum frame, there’s an arsenal of integrated smarts like rider recognition, theft defense, and automatic lights that never run out of juice.

14 Alternatives to VanMoof Smart Series

Lopfit

The world's first electric walking bike

Mail Online
The Dutch designed electric bike lets users ride about at a walking pace An electric motor assists the movement from the treadmill to power the bike The bikes are capable of speeds of up to 17 mph and sell for $2,495 (£1,980) The company is reportedly struggling to keep up with demand for its invention First there was the single-geared 'fixie' bike, then the… See more
HuffPost UK
This might be the world's healthiest (and strangest) invention we've seen in a long time. It's called a Lopifit and it's the 'world's first' electric walking bicycle. Developed by Bruin Bergmeester, this strange contraption is designed as a halfway house for those who want to cover great distances but do it without the potential strain that comes from normal… See more
8 Alternatives to Lopfit

The AM1 electric bike

A minimal urban electric bike by Analog Motion.

The AM1 is a lightweight motorised bike. It looks like a bike, handles like a bike, weighs the same as a bike but rides like you're freewheeling downhill with a tailwind. Prices from £499 ($665)

BikeBiz
London-based Analog Motion put its AM1 e-bike on Kickstarter this morning for the launch price of £499, and has so far raised over £14,000 of its £25,000 target. Should the campaign be successful the e-bike will be shipped to the consumer for at-home assembly.
5 Alternatives to The AM1 electric bike

With room for eight, GoCab is the coolest and easiest way to pick your kids up from school. Pedaling your kids around town is made easy with the electric assist, and the cover ensures your kids stay dray and safe.

GoodGood
The GoCab bike by Van Raam is a bicycle that can hold up to 8 children at a time safely. It's the perfect vehicle for after-school care programs or even a babysitter who wants to take multiple kids out to the park while keeping an eye on them.
7 Alternatives to GoCab, by VanRaam

Bell Cycles

Front wheel drive + compact bicycle that comes as a kit.

Front wheel drive, hands by your side, compact bicycle that comes as a kit you assemble yourself. A DIY challenge thats too much fun.

Its not going to replace the regular bike. But its modular and different and could help some adults and kids get back into the spirit of making and building their own wheeled vehicles.

TreeHugger
With a totally unique upright riding position, front wheel drive, and the ability to assemble it in different configurations, the Bellcycle might just be weird enough to catch on. I've been sitting on this post for quite some time now, waiting for the actual campaign to be launched, but it's just so dang cool that I can't wait any longer.
Newatlas
The Bellcycle will be sold as a kit that users assemble themselves. Among its interesting features are front-wheel drive, under-the-seat steering, and a modular design that lets users swap in different rear ends. It's also small, light (20 lb/9 kg) and cheap.​
10 Alternatives to Bell Cycles
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