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  1. Until folding E Bikes are allowed on planes, their true potential cannot be realized. What better way to travel than arrive at your destination airport & ride to your hotel, resort or home? Would eliminate those long rental car line ups & the over priced taxi fares while doing your part to reduce Co2. How about a 2 part battery? One half Cathode & the other half Anode? When you arrive at the airport, you snap them together.

    • I only know of one e-bike that you can take on a plane: the JackRabbit. It has a 160 watt-hour battery pack, which is the highest capacity lithium-ion battery the FAA allows for carry-on travel.

  2. I own a Gocycle GX and can attest to how awesome these bikes are – well worth the extra money vs other folding e-bikes – nothing out there rides as well as these things!

    • That’s a great question for really any e-bike manufacturer right now, but I do know from speaking with Gocycle employees at the Big Gear Show that they have a few more shipments of various G4 models on the way to the U.S. If those bikes are already spoken for, I can’t say, but I imagine you’ll see some (limited) stock in the next few months.

    • Hey steve, I can’t say (from Canada), but just received my G4i+, a pretty penny, but after set up, it’s a beautifully designed bike, no question, to bad I can’t ride in snow banks, but spring is around the corner. k

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