It used to be that you might expect a bike's convenient secondary feature would be either assisted power, or the capacity to be folded up. Here we have a folding e-bicycle that gives you both of these for a trio of reasons to be impressed.
After national transportation strikes in Argentina, Eric Sevillia, Lucas Toledo and Agustín Agustinoy decided it was time to create a supremely convenient bicycle. This had to appeal to groups of people to whom a regular bicycle would not be sufficient to meet needs. This two wheeler is easy to store, gives you a boost, and even charges your phone.
Looking at the Gi FlyBike, you can discern the hinge that folds it in half, and you can see where a motor may be stored, yet the body of the folding e-bike has nice clean lines for a minimalist look to suit anybody's style.