No, they do not. Unlike a car, there is not a lot of energy that can be recovered from a bicycle and rider. As a result the amount of charge a regenerative braking system can recover isn't very practical when weighed against the additional cost and complexity of the system.
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- How should I charge my Faraday if I plan on storing it?
- Where does the name Faraday come from?
- What kind of range can I expect with my Faraday?
- Do your bikes recharge while you’re pedaling?
- How long does a Faraday take to charge?
- Do your bikes have regenerative braking?
- Do your bikes have a warranty?
- Are Faraday electric bikes sold internationally?
- How do I get my Faraday serviced?
- How does the Faraday turn on and off?