If you want to take a ride on a Faraday Porteur e-bike back when they were on Kickstarter, now, you can, but the Faraday isn’t cheap. Faraday’s award-winning e-bike concept now goes for a hefty $3,500. Since being a hit on Kickstarter, this electronic bicycle has been turned into a real product, all because of the loyal backers that were infused with excitement for Faraday’s offering.
Let’s reflect on the build of the bicycle, first it’s powered by lithium-ion batteries, which are housed strategically, in the bikes tubes. Those batteries, power up an electric motor that can go up to 15 miles before needing a charge. The Faraday Porteur e-bike comes in either British Racing Green or Classic White. You can select the small, medium or large versions (depending on your height). And if you want accessories, a front rack will cost an additional $225 and the rear rack costs $125.
If you have been following this e-bike, from Faraday then you can go and purchase yours right now. If you happen to reside in the San Francisco area, you can even schedule a test ride, if you aren’t quite convinced to spend $3,500 for the Faraday Porteur e-bike.