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New Electric Bike Offers Customization At Affordable Prices

By Nicole Caldwell

Innovative bicycles have been enjoying their moment in the spotlight. In the last few months alone, we’ve covered cycles that eat smog, bike shops that allow you to trade your car in for an electric bicycle, and the Brompton Electric, a cycle that folds up to just two feet and can drive you at 15 miles per hour for up to 50 miles at a charge. 

The Elbike promises to be the world’s first customizable e-bike on the market while also being the coolest and most affordable. With 200 colors to choose from, a range of around 50 miles per charge and weighing a (mostly) manageable 33 pounds, the Elbike really is a stunner for its price tag of right around $1,000.

Elbikes are brilliant in their simplicity. 

The Elbike looks like an unassuming, single-speed bicycle. That’s because it’s designed by Mike Glaser, founder of customizable, single-speed bike company urbike, who wanted to bring his classic designs to the electric market.