The RideKick is not a bike at all, just the electric part in a cute little package. Think R2D2, with bigger wheels and faster, but dumber. Many people love the bikes they already have, but wish to stick a toe into electric land. Let’s say you wish to enter electric land but on your own bike. The RideKick is your portal. It is a small two-wheeled trailer that contains a 500 watt motor, a 24 volt 12 amp hour, sealed lead acid battery, with room for 3 or 4 bags of groceries as well. It pushes your own bicycle along at 19 mph. Once it is set up, you can take it on and off your bike in 2 minutes or less. If you install throttles and additional option hub kits on your other bikes, they all become 2 minute candidates for the pushing power of the RideKick. RideKick is also our least expensive way to go electric. The entry level model sells for $749. About the only meaningful option is doubling the battery power which takes the price to $899. We also plan to engineer a good system for attaching a bag for secondary storage and perhaps an infant seat attachment as well.