QUIKbyke rents top quality electric-assist bicycles from U.S. companies. They are the perfect way to see more and do more while ashore at your own pace. Quiet, clean electric motors are designed to effortlessly supplement your own energy, allowing you to enjoy your ride regardless of terrain or level of personal fitness.
We are currently in startup mode, but our plan is to bring our smart, cloud-connected, solar-powered technology to popular vacation locations worldwide, starting first in the United States, followed by the Caribbean.Reserve Yours Now
While much of the world lacks access to modern automobiles, across the developed world we have a surfeit of cars and trucks and it's costing us in many ways: economically, environmentally, and most importantly, physiologically. Forty percent of all trips we make are less than 3 mi (5km). Shifting just a portion of those trips to bicycles can have a significant impact on both public health and finance, estimated as much as $24 trillion by 2050. We believe that the more of us who discover the joy of riding an e-bike, the more we'll choose it as not just a fun means of recreation but also as a viable and sustainable transportation alternative, and that will be better for all of us.
QUIKbyke is managed by ePEDALER International, llc, a Nebraska-based limited liability corporation. We are funded by five investors and a matching prototype development grant from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. Though we are in the technology development stage, we continue to receive inquiries about possible franchise opportunities. While we are focused on building the best system possible, we also are mindful that QUIKbyke offers a potentially rewarding business opportunity for others and the first opportunity we have to move beyond the initial proof-of-concept phase, we will begin exploring the franchise model. Watch this space for more details.
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