Faraday Bicycles™ is a new company dedicated to revolutionary bicycle innovation and design. Bicycles trim our waistlines, brighten our commutes, help make our cities cleaner and more vibrant, and bring a smile to our faces. So we’ve designed these electric bikes with one simple goal: Give more people more to smile about.
About Faraday (the bike company)
First eBike on Kickstarter (raised $170K)
First model Porteur shipped
Joined best brand portfolio in cycling
Bringing cycling to the masses
Coming to a dealer near you
We work with Independent bike shops around the country to make our bikes increasingly accessible to the masses. We are huge bike shop fans, they keep our bikes on the road, and pillars of bike communities around the country. If you’ve never been to a bike shop before, now’s the time! Click below to find your nearest Faraday dealer.
A History in Photos
Meet the team
Faraday Bicycles™ is a new company dedicated to revolutionary bicycle innovation and design. We are engineers, designers, and industry veterans who passionately believe that better bikes make a better world.
Oh, too many to list ... excuses to flip on BOOST mode, Faraday with friends, fresh air and wind on my face, no parking ;)
So many favorites — no traffic jams, no parking stress, no bridge tolls, no “standing-room only” transit, no gym memberships, no $50 fill-ups, no “surge” pricing, no waiting for bus, train, taxi, or traffic. Basically,… freedom.
Towing my kids in Burley double-wide trailer.
Pure pleasure! Cycling is fun! Cheaper than Lyft and way more enjoyable :)
Your favorite reason to ride:
Blazing through Golden Gate Park after deciding last minute to go and watch the sunset at the beach.
Feeling the wind in my hair
The freedom of riding and how much it lets me connect with where I’m riding.
Eating a giant burger after riding 50 miles
Beating commute traffic.
A Vandalism getaway!! lol
To find Harmony with the cosmos
So I can eat as much as i'd like
Beyond the Ride
We are committed to making bicycling more accessible to everyone. To be effective we need to proactively support local bike communities. Whether that be your local bike shop, coalition, or town hall. We all want cleaner, healthier, more accessible spaces to live in. If you think we can help your advocacy, get in touch.