A crowdfunding campaign for a kids electric motorcycle aims to kick off a revolution in the electric motorcycle industry.
The bike is powered by the same electric motor as an electric car and has the same features as an SUV, like a folding roof, and a rear-facing camera that allows it to be driven in urban areas.
However, the electric bike is not meant to be the sole means of transportation for young people, nor is it meant to replace cars.
Instead, it will allow children to travel on the same roads and at the same speeds as adults.
“We believe that kids are ready for an electric ride, not just for their school but for everyday life,” said Josh Rennie, who is leading the project.
It will be the first electric motorcycle to go on sale in the U.S. in 2018.
With electric bikes becoming more popular, electric cars are becoming more expensive, which is a concern for many families, Rennies said.
So the Kickstarter campaign aims to raise $20,000 in a matter of weeks.
They can ride anywhere, anytime, and at any speed.” “
We believe kids have the ability to travel to the next level.
They can ride anywhere, anytime, and at any speed.”
“Kids can be a part of the future,” he added.
While there are many kids in the world who are currently learning to ride electric motorcycles or who are just learning to drive, they’re just starting to see their first real ride on an electric motorcycle.
In order to build a bike that is capable of being ridden by a child, Rannies has partnered with the California-based electric motorcycle company Tesla Motors.
Since Tesla Motors was founded in 2011, the company has sold more than 400,000 electric motorcycles and has more than 100,000 employees worldwide.
This is one of the reasons that the campaign is starting early.
Rennie said that he wanted to start with an affordable and simple electric motorcycle and then make it accessible to kids.
Tesla Motors is currently working with a local dealership in New York City to offer the electric bikes to local children.
At the time of this writing, the campaign has raised more than $4,000 from more than 15,000 people.
According to Rennys team, it is also a great way to introduce the bike to people.
“I want to show them that it’s a good investment and that the future is bright,” he said.
“This is an opportunity for children to start riding their bikes on a regular basis,” Rannie added.
“They will get their hands dirty on the streets, and they will see their parents out on the road doing what they love.”