I’ve never been the type of guy to ride a motorcycle. I’m more of the play-it-safe type. Plus, I don’t own a black leather jacket.
Now, I’m shedding my good-boy image for an electric bike called Bolt.
It looks, feels and acts like a motorcycle with one big difference: It’s not.
The Bolt has pedals and can limit its speed to 20 miles per hour, so most states consider it an “electric bicycle.”
That means you don’t need a license, registration or insurance, plus you don’t need to fill it up with any gas.
The bike costs $5,500 — shipping and handling will set you back another few hundred dollars.