If the idea of 20kg+ e-bike is putting you off the idea, you better head over to Kickstarter really quickly, because there's a bike for you looking for $50,000 right now.
The All-Go full carbon bike from North Carolina, USA, bike company M2S, prides itself on its state of the art design, powerful motor, and super light weight.
The company are looking for $50,000 to successfully fund the bike, and are nearing $20,000 with 10 days to go.
It's the carbon frame that gives this bike both its unique and innovative look, as well as its super light weight.
Those innovations - which include battery and display integration - are plenty, and seamlessley designed to make the bike look every bit like a normal bike.
It'll take someone in the know, or a really close look to determine that the All-Go is an e-bike.
The motor is a mid-drive 500 Watt, 36 Volt number, which looks like its been developed in-house. It drives a 27-speed Shimano Alivio groupset.
The All-Go uses mechanical disc brakes, with motor cut-off sensors, to bring the whole ensemble to an efficient stop.
The bike will easily hit speeds of 30mph on the flats.
Should the All-Go reach its funding goal in the next 10 days, delivery of the units is expected around September.
If the funding goal is not reached, you can still expect to see the All-Go in production, just probably not any time this year.
If you're after a little more information, or to get a better feel for the company behind the All-Go, check out their KickStarter video below.