Marc Carter

Folding Electric Gi Bike Charges Your Cell Phone and Fits in Any Apartment

by , 03/13/14

Gi Bike, electric bike, electric motor, green transportation, lithium-ion battery, electric motor, bicycle, bicycle phone charger, ebike, kickstarter

Biking to work is great for your health and the environment, although showing up drenched in sweat is a decided faux pas. That’s why electric bikes are starting to become more popular – and the new Gi Bike pushes the envelope with a clever folding design that easily fits in any cubicle or storage closet. The full size electric bike has a lithium-ion battery that gives it a 40 mile range on days when you just want to coast in to work.

Gi Bike, electric bike, electric motor, green transportation, lithium-ion battery, electric motor, bicycle, bicycle phone charger, ebike, kickstarter

The lightweight Gi Bike is designed for riders that live in dense urban environments like San Francisco and New York. It comes with lots of cool features like smartphone integration, an anti-theft safety lock, a USB port to charge your phone and lights that automatically turn on at night.

Related: Rubbee Electric Drive Gives a Boost to Any Pedal-Powered Bike

One of the best parts is that the Gi Bike can do something that most eBikes can’t – it folds down in just three seconds, making it easier to stow in a small apartment or office. Gi Bike has announced that it is planning to launch a Kickstarter campaign soon to raise funds for the production of its new electric bike.

+ Gi Bike

Related: The ShareRoller Turns Any Bike Share Cycle Into an Electric Bike

Related Posts

LEAVE A COMMENT

or your inhabitat account below

Let's make sure you're a real person:


1 Comment

  1. gontier November 7, 2014 at 9:36 pm

    This is the one for me. Although the 40 mile range seems a little limiting, and I would prefer one with dropped handlebars. There is also no note as to its top speed. Or perhaps I should consider a super-bike instead?

  • Read Inhabitat

  • Search Categories

  • Recent Posts

  • Recent Comments

  • Browse by Keyword

get the free Inhabitat newsletter

Submit this form
popular today
all time
most commented
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
Federated Media Publishing - Home