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Armed with the hottest lithium ion battery on the market, the FlyKly bike is the cleanest, quietest, and most efficient electric two-wheeler on the streets.

FlyKly launched its line of electric bikes in Lower Manhattan this past summer and sold out their entire stock in a matter of months. The clever name is fitting as Kly is Greek for constant energy, and Fly not only represents the seamless speed and movement of the bike but also its hip street style.

Armed with the hottest lithium ion battery on the market, the FlyKly bike is the cleanest, quietest, and most efficient electric two-wheeler on the streets. Though the battery provides big power, its design is small and compact, allowing the user to remove it from the bike and plug it into any wall outlet like a cell phone or laptop. Fully charged in only 4 hours, the bike can ride for nearly 40 miles and can be recharged up to 1,000 times. FlyKly also includes functional bicycle pedals that riders can use to help recharge the battery while on the go!

As for security features, the bike boasts built-in front, rear, and seat locking mechanisms that are compatible with most standard bike chains. FlyKly can be linked to a bike rack or post or simply parked on the sidewalk or even indoors by itself.

FlyKly bikes are only $1,990 with an unlimited possibility of customization colors and free shipping throughout the country.

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  1. Mike Peine October 20, 2012 at 11:52 pm

    Over priced NICE bikes SEE the parts list $30 bucks for an inner tube & a light bulb etc… body parts etc… total more than the whole bike Just by 2 & have the spares you need & i think the bike is 3 years old now ? Why do these bike middle men believe & treat everyone like a Rockefeller ? They should at least offer another years FREE warranty as the time goes by. They don’t tell you what type of lithium batter comes with the bike only that its the hottest ATTENTION some lithium’s BURN ! not lifepo4′s

  2. noahnohway November 21, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Since when is Inhabitat selling bikes? How about a little less sales pitch in the review next time?

    I don’t know about the rest of you but I don’t love to see these things going the wrong way down streets, buzzing up the sidewalks, or flying by me in the bike lane. Is this really a bicycle?

  3. edwardbe November 18, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    Truly innovative design! I have been wanting an electric bicycle, but the other models I have seen are ludicrously expensive and incredibly cumbersome! This seems more like an electric scooter than a true bicycle, but having the manual re-charge feature makes it qualify, I suppose.