Just now open in a historic Pioneer Square building, Seattle E-bike resents your assumption that you have to be rolling to use their bikes, which are actually electrically assisted, and hang from their Shrek green walls. Stellar rides include the: Phantom X -- Presumably named for that confusing period in the '90s when the Phantom of the Opera joined the X-Men to fight evil using only the power of his beautiful, unearthly, haunting voice, this mountain-style ride has a satin black finish, black alloy components, and a li-ion battery that gives you 500W of power. Stride 500 -- Weighing about as much as Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen combined (42lbs), this cruiser is a solid choice for road trips or camping or looking extremely chill riding around Ballard. It's got a brushed silver frame, easy twist throttle, and is built entirely out of weatherproof aluminum that's "aircraft-grade" (though hopefully not Spirit, as they got a D-). Mariner S -- If you like your bikes compact and named after the best baseball team in the
WORLD!!! central part of the city, snag the super compact 250W Mariner with a satin black frame, cheaper price point, and low profile, which again, E-bikes insists you don't have to keep when rolling on their cycles.