Take a decidedly classic (or, dare we say, hipster) looking bicycle, fuse it with modern-day electronics, and what do you get? We’re still scratching our heads trying to figure out how the electrically-assisted Faraday managed to preserve its stylish urban look, though it helps that the li-ion batteries are hidden within the frame. Other features include built-in, high-powered front- and rear-facing LEDs that automatically turn on in the dark, an e-ink battery meter, and, importantly, enough juice per charge to effortlessly take on 10-15 mile rides. Of course should your battery go flat you could just keep pedalling, though it helps that to fully charge Faraday takes just 45 minutes.
Head to Kickstarter to be part of the first 250 unit production run – 3500$.