Posted March 21, 2018 05:03:20The future of bikes is riding on the backs of electric power sources, but a new type of electric bike may soon be available on the market.
It’s called the elliptical bike, and it’s designed to be the smallest electric bike to date.
It has a gas-powered bicycle brake pad built into the handlebars, and also features a gas motor that powers the pedals.
This bike could also make a big splash in the electric bike market as it could make a lot of money.
It could cost less than a new electric bike, so the average price of an electric bike could be anywhere from $1,200 to $1.5,000.
According to Forbes Magazine, a new model of the elliptic bike could go for as little as $4,000, which is lower than most electric bike models, according to the magazine.
Electric bikes are expected to be a big part of the electric vehicle market, as many people are looking to buy electric vehicles in the future.
They have a lower fuel economy than their gas powered counterparts.
The design of the new bike has not been finalized, but there are currently several designs out there.
The design is currently being tested in a small factory in China, and according to Forbes, the factory is working on producing a prototype that will be shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in early 2018.
According the Forbes article, the design could be called a “slim, lightweight, high-end electric bike.”
The design would have a gas engine and a motor that is designed to produce an average of about 300 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque, the magazine reported.
This design would cost around $1 million to build, but it could potentially be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if it is successful, Forbes reported.
The first electric bike will be built by the company Rivet, and the company hopes to release the first model by 2020, Forbes noted.
Electric bicycles have already been shown off in a few countries, including the United States, France, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Switzerland, according the Forbes report.