FlyKly–Redefining Two Wheeled Transit
New companies and products are often advised to be the first, the biggest or the best in their area.
FlyKly has emerged not only as the best of it’s class, but the first of it’s kind, with a product that dominates the virgin territory between bicycle and scooter.
Chris, a New Yorker and FlyKly customer who preferred his last name not be used, commented “It really has revolutionized my commute and also just the way I see my city. I can dress basically however I want and park wherever I want–with bicycles and scooters you’ve got to pick one. Oh yea, it also saves me a ton of money.”
So why isn’t FlyKly just a typical e-bike?
“Most electric bikes are either low quality Chinese imports or regular bicycles with a motor kit. In either case, it’s like buying an electric type-writer,” remarked Niko Klansek, founder and CEO. “We’re out here selling a game changer.”
The real ‘game changing’ fact of FlyKly is its unique blend of bicycle and scooter. It grants users the comfort, ease and storage advantages of a scooter while retaining the mobility, economy and eco-friendly nature of a bicycle.
FlyKly is certainly onto something, as the entire two-wheeled market is growing annually as more people move into denser urban environments and gas prices continue to rise.
In a recent story in the L.A. Times tracing the correlation between rising gas prices and scooter sales it was remarked how “The growing popularity of scooters prompted the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to create an exhibit about the vehicles called “Scooters: Size Doesn’t Always Matter.’”
The rationale behind the trend was put simply by Honora Wolfe in a story released by The Seattle Times “I’m not out to win any races,” she said. “I want to get a little fresh air and exercise, and cut my carbon footprint, and spend less money on gas. And where I live, I can ride my bike seven months out of the year.”