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Faraday Bicycles

Founded Year



Unattributed | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$500K | 7 yrs ago

About Faraday Bicycles

Faraday Bicycles is dedicated to revolutionary bicycle innovation and design. Inspired by the classic European delivery bikes of the 1940's and 50's and updated with state-of-the-art components and construction techniques, the award-winning Faraday Porteur allows novice and experienced riders alike to go farther, faster, with ease. It's impossible to tell it's electric until you ride it – and then it's impossible to imagine riding anything else.

Headquarters Location

360 Langton Street Suite 107

San Francisco, California, 94103,

United States


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Faraday Bicycles Patents

Faraday Bicycles has filed 3 patents.

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Related Topics




Cycle types, Electric bicycles, Mountain bike manufacturers, Folding bicycles, Battery electric cars


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Related Topics

Cycle types, Electric bicycles, Mountain bike manufacturers, Folding bicycles, Battery electric cars



Latest Faraday Bicycles News

Faraday Future Sued By Faraday Bicycles In Trademark Suit, Adding To Legal Woes

Apr 26, 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Faraday Future Sued By Faraday Bicycles In Trademark Suit, Adding To Legal Woes Los Angeles-based Faraday Future , which is developing high tech electric vehicles, has been sued by a manufacturer of electric bicycles, Faraday Bicycles , in a trademark lawsuit in the Ninth Circuit, California Northern District Court. Faraday Bicycles alleges that Faraday Future is infringing upon its trademark, which it obtained in October 2013, and cited the rejection of Faraday Future's application for its own trademark in 2016 where the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said the company's name was likely to be confused with the bicycle brand. Faraday Bicycles is seeking an injunction plus unspecified damages in the lawsuit, Faraday Bicycles, Inc. v. Faraday Future Inc. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday. Faraday Future, the electric car company, is already busy in the court system, with a lawsuit against it by former partner Aecom alleging unpaid bills, another lawsuit (now dismissed) by test seat manufacturer Futuris, a lawsuit by landlord Beim Maple Properties alleging it has missed payments for its warehouse in Torrance, and even a lawsuit by a visual effects firm over lack of payment for creating the company's splashy presentation for its launch of its FF91 vehicle.

Faraday Bicycles Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Faraday Bicycles founded?

    Faraday Bicycles was founded in 2012.

  • Where is Faraday Bicycles's headquarters?

    Faraday Bicycles's headquarters is located at 360 Langton Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Faraday Bicycles's latest funding round?

    Faraday Bicycles's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Faraday Bicycles raise?

    Faraday Bicycles raised a total of $5.4M.

  • Who are the investors of Faraday Bicycles?

    Investors of Faraday Bicycles include Band of Angels, Tom McInerney, Biz Stone, K5 Ventures, Barney Schauble and 3 more.

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