Our very own editor-in-chief took a ride on Faraday's dapper Porteur e-bike back in 2012, and now, you can nab one of your own. The company is taking orders for its $3,500 electric bicycle that began as an award-winning concept before Kickstarter backers turned it into a real product. If you'll recall, those tubes house lithium-ion batteries powering an electric motor capable of up to 20 miles before needing a charge. The Porteur comes in your choice of British Racing Green or Classic White with small, medium and large sizes (depending on your height). If you're looking for some accessories to help with light loads, a front rack will set you back an additional $225 and the rear rack is priced at $125. Ready to commit? You can do just that right here, or if you're in the San Francisco area, you may want to schedule a test ride first.
The Faraday Porteur e-bike can finally be yours for $3,500
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