Architect, Advocate, Faraday Dealer
As Nashville grows, the strains on an outdated and overstretched infrastructure are apparent. A recent study placed Nashville behind just 10 other cities for having the unenviable title of worst rush hour traffic in the country, coming at an estimated cost of $1,300 in lost productivity per person each year. Nashville has responded with an...
Top 6 Electric Bike Myths
If you’ve been paying attention to ebike news, then adding an electric bike into your Halloween costume this week might have seemed appropriate. Take this comment from Mayor de Blasio of New York who recently said: “We can’t have a situation where people feel unsafe crossing the street or even walking down the sidewalk. We...
Introducing Oregon E-Bikes
Riding a modern e-bike is an addicting feeling. I’ve found that when I’m riding, my mind often starts sowing plans that will get me, and everyone I know, spending more time in the saddle. A similar experience set wheels in motion at Oregon E-Bikes. Oregon-E Bikes is a sister store to Big Winds, one of the...
Why do we forget about bikes?
This summer, Faraday had the pleasure of working with Marketing intern Sam Borsos - a student at Loyola Marymount studying Communications. It was an action-packed summer of writing (particularly for this Faraday Bicycles Blog) and riding. And after a few rides around San Francisco, Sam realized she had forgotten how fun riding a bicycle is, and questioned why she forgot about it in the first place. Below are Sam's thoughts on her experience, which we found pretty universal.
It's a boat… It's a bike… It's the Porteur S!
We're excited to announce the arrival of the Faraday Porteur S to America, our newest model of beautiful electric bicycles. Hundreds of Grey and White Porteur S's arrived in San Francisco from Taiwan by cargo ship this week.
Bike Blogs We Love
We love to talk bikes. And when we're not talking about them, we're reading about them. Recently, we’ve been trying to use our blog (along with social media) to jump into conversations about bike innovation, safety, technology and infrastructure. So, we’ve picked out some bike blogs that we love, so you can join the conversation too.