A green bike that looks like a bike but doesn’t require a seat is on the way to becoming a reality.
The company that makes it has a new model with a more affordable price tag and a range of features, including an accelerometer that lets you check how fast you’re pedaling.
The Tricycle is priced at $4,000 for a full frame, and it’s available for preorder now.
While it’s still a bike, the Tricycle looks to be a serious contender for a lot of commuters, who can spend more time on the roads.
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The Tricycle will be available in five colors: blue, red, yellow, green, and purple.
The bike also comes with a built-in accelerometer, which gives the rider a sense of how far they’re moving.
There’s a built in Bluetooth headset that lets users see how far their bike is moving when they’re riding it, and a Bluetooth speaker.
The price tag will likely be lower than the bike’s $4k price tag, so the Tricy is one bike that people are going to want to keep on hand.
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