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Electric bikes come in all shapes and sizes with Raycon's line as a perfect example. We took a look at the company's bikes, including the newly announced Mega Bike on the left.

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The Mega Bike looks like a small motorcycle. The company intends to sell them at $5,000 a pop. With speeds up to 70 mph you could totally rock this on the highway.

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It's a realistic commuting option, just as long as you don't need to drive more than 30 or 40 miles per day.

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The plug under this locking panel lets you charge up with electricity from a standard wall AC outlet.  

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It takes six to eight hours to fully charge the battery. 

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You could reduce your carbon footprint (and cost of living) significantly by switching to an electric bike like this for commuting.  

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Raycon also just announced the Hyper Flight Electric Scooter, which folds down and weighs 16.35kg and can travel up to 25 mph. It fully charges in five hours.

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Raycon is known for its Scoot-E, shown here in a few different colors.

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This little guy can go up to 30 miles on a charge.

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It's got a handy little screen with your speed and battery information.

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It also sports a nice headlight for traveling in darker situations.

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You can fold it up when you get where you're going.

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You can easily stow it in the trunk of your car if you want to take it on a vacation.

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At about 50 pounds, though, you wouldn't want to carry this up any stairs or over great distances.  

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