Moar Folding Fat Bike
Fat bikes are fun to ride but also big, slow, and expensive. The Moar Folding Fat Bike is none of those things. Despite its Knobby fat tires and bulky, rugged frame, Moar isn’t cumbersome to ride thanks to a 500 or 750 watt electric motor that’ll assist while pedalling for up to 85 miles, and can go all-electric (and all-lazy) for about 50 miles using its thumb throttle. And it folds right in the middle for packing into a trunk or for easy storage. Cleverly, a functional rear rack stashes the bike’s large battery which pulls out to charge and also powers the two wheeler’s 1,000 lumen projection headlights, taillights, brake lights and turn signals. Other features include front and rear suspension, waterproof wiring, a 7, 8 or 9 speed Shimano rear derailleur, and Tektro disc brakes on all models.
Find it at Indiegogo – $1,000