It’s been a wild ride since Pedego was born on a cocktail napkin in 2008!

You can review some highlights below or download a more complete timeline.

2016

  • Pedego wins Orange County Business Journal Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award

  • Pedego moves into new 38,000 square foot headquarters in Fountain Valley

  • Pedego Named #1 Brand of Electric Bikes in U.S. by Navigant Research

Excellence in Entreprenuership

2015

  • Pedego Named to 2015 Inc. 5000 List and Honored Among “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” by Entrepreneur Magazine

  • Pedego Partners with Ford’s Warriors in Pink Breast Cancer Charity

  • Pedego Introduces the Stretch Cargo Electric Bike and Ridge Rider Electric Mountain Bike

2014

  • Pedego Launches Boomerang Cruiser Bike with Extra Low Step-Thru Design

  • Pedego Opens 50th Pedego-branded Store

  • Pedego Named to 2014 Inc. 5000 List

2013

  • Pedego Introduces Ford Super Cruiser Electric Bike

  • Pedego Launches the Original Electric Fat Tire Bike the Trail Tracker

  • First Pedego Branded Store Outside of USA Opens in Rome, Italy

2012

  • Pedego Launches City Commuter Electric Bike

  • Pedego Opens doors at fourth company location at Langley Avenue in Irvine (16000 square feet)

  • Pedego Europe Distribution Opens

Couple on Electric Bikes

2011

  • Pedego Reaches 200th Independent Bike Dealer Milestone

  • Pedego Triples Staff to Handle Growing Demand

  • First Pedego Branded Store Opens in Huntington Beach, CA

2010

  • Pedego Delivers Tommy Bahama Electric Bikes to Stores

  • Pedego Opens Doors at Third Company Location on Gillette Avenue in Irvine (6000 square feet)

  • Pedego Launches the Police Interceptor Electric Bike Designed for the Los Angeles Police Dept.

2009

  • First Pedego Electric Bikes Ship from Orange County, CA

  • Pedego Launches Comfort Cruiser Electric Bikes in a Rainbow of Fun Colors

  • Pedego Opens Doors at Second Location on Peters Canyon Road in Irvine (3000 square feet)

2008

  • Pedego Opens Doors at First Company Location on Daimler Street in Irvine (1500 square feet)

  • Don DiCostanzo and Terry Sherry Make Plans to Co-Found Pedego Electric Bikes on a Cocktail Napkin