FlyKly Vital Part of Urban Resurgence
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FlyKly is emerging as an integral part of localized, community and environmentally oriented neighborhoods in urban and suburban spaces
New York, New York – December, 2011 -
It looks like the kids, in fact, were not alright.
In addition to excessive teen angst, suburban design and planning has come under increasing criticism. The New York Times recently declared the “Death of the Fringe Suburb” and issued a call for “mixed-income, walkable cities and suburbs that will support the knowledge economy, promote environmental sustainability and create jobs.”
These new built environments will still require an evolved mode of transit that is aligned with updated economic and environmental goals.
“The FlyKly Electric Bike is in many ways the perfect ‘community’ vehicle” said Niko Klansek, FlyKly CEO. “It was designed with connection in mind: the direct connection our actions have to the environment, to our neighborhoods, to all the places we pass through.”
The FlyKly Bike does indeed live up to these claims–it is a nearly silent, zero emissions vehicle. The egalitarian nature of the design extends to how easy it is to ride and the lack of licensing or registration requirements in most states.