Hey Cycle has just two models, a men’s bike and this step-thru women’s bike, available with 1, 7 or 8 speeds. While the drivetrains may vary, the curvy lines, beautiful paint and color matched parts carry across entire range…and there are a lot of colors among them.
Check a few more options below, plus a wide variety of cargo bikes, commuters, city bikes and, yes, some more e-bikes…
Not all of them are monotone, some mix contrasting hues to bring alive certain sections of the bike.
They’re not just good looks, though. Included fenders and a full complement of rack mounts, disc brakes and chain guard ring round out the package.
The Johnny Loco brand is mainly comprised of cruisers, but these Fietsen models have a twin seat and plenty of leg room for the little’uns.
They come in several colors and can be decked out with lights and other accessories. The entire front cargo section turns to steer, keeping linkages and such to a minimum.
If your passengers are a little bigger, the Maxpro pedicab can get them around in style. They’ve also got a full covered model, as well as a covered trailer.
The MC2 carbon penny farthing is the brain child of Che Jing, and it’s pretty wild.
Not only does the front freewheel along, it can be flipped to create a type of recumbent. Check out BikeBiz’s article on it for more detail.
The gearing makes it go a little quicker than you’d be able to if it were a 1:1 ratio.
Equally wild looking is the Ncycle, a concept introduced in January 2013 that’s now real. It’s a folding bike that builds in hidden storage, integrated lights and speakers.
As far as e-bikes go, it’s among the sleekest, with completely hidden batteries and motor. The belt drive and carbon wheels certainly don’t hurt, either. Check out their website here.
In my last roundup, I had a Riese & Müller cargo e-bike and this photo ready to go separately. Turns out “Load” is actually the name of that model, not the brand behind this killer wooden crate. So, the bike here is also the R&M Load, except this one’s rolling out the party:
Not a stag party, per se, but…
Built in speakers bring the noise.
And a cooler is powered by the battery for the motor. The mileage might get cut short a bit, but totally worth it.
Heinzmann makes industrial hub motors for agricultural vehicles and four wheel electrical vehicles. They also make bicycle hub motors, but on this bike they put it in front of the rear wheel then ran a separate gear to left side of the hub. A chain connects that gear to the motor, which is powered by the rack-mounted battery pack.
Front hub motors are also an option.
Bernds mounted a motor to this folding, collapsing small-wheeled tandem.
Supposing you wanna convert your own bike to an e-bike but don’t want to replace a wheel to slap a motor on it. Efreshed by Pendix puts the battery pack in a pretty little cylinder and the motor on your crankset.
It does push the crank’s width out a bit, but it’ll mount on any standard bicycle frame to give a little boost to your legs. The dial on the top of the battery switches modes from Eco to Smart to Sport, changing the level of assist to suit your mood.