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Denver's FattE-Bikes starts crowdfunding raise

Published June 23, 2022

DENVER (BRAIN) — FattE-Bikes has started a regulation crowdfunding raise on Because of SEC regulations, terms of the investment offer can be communicated only through the crowdfunding platform.

"We are so excited to open up this opportunity for our customers and fans to own a part of FattE-Bikes " said co-founder and CEO Victoria Bruner. "We feel it is important not only to build electric bikes in the USA, but to share company ownership opportunities with our customers and a variety of investors."

E-bikes are among the fastest-growing electric vehicles, with the e-bike industry expected to hit $50 billion by 2027, according to FattE-Bikes. The Denver company, which started in 2017, is one of the few e-bike manufacturers to build bikes in the U.S.

"Our master bike mechanics build higher quality electric bikes than those produced in overseas factories," said co-founder and chief operating officer Kenny Fischer. "Our process enables customers to select from thousands of color and styling combinations, so they get a truly custom and personalized e-bike. Even though we build our bikes in the USA and offer nearly unlimited customization, we do our best to offer them at an accessible price."

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