Marcus Levison-Hays’ Electrobike Pi (2007) combines the lightweight portability of a bicycle with speed and self-propulsion more akin to a motorcycle. A breakthrough in environmentally sound transportation, Pi may be the ideal for commuting transport. Considered a “human-electric hybrid,” Pi charges from any standard household outlet in 2.5–3 hours and can run on a single charge for 25–30 miles.

Me want.

(via ozoux)

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  1. This is so cool Tina! It has swissmiss colors too. By the way, is NYC a bicycle possible city?

  2. I’d actually love to give it a test ride!

  3. wow, that is really ugly. not to mention a great part of riding a bike is the workout

  4. I love that swoopy line.
    @Sean It doesn’t stop you from using the pedals. It just gives you the option of not having to. If you live in a city and are looking for ways to wean your auto dependence this might be a nice option for people who have health or other factors that would preclude the use of a normal bike. Like diabetes or hills. I’m assuming you don’t live in Frisco.

    On the other hand, it starts at $7,500…..