Encouraging creativity among people is important, especially during their teenage years. Unfortunately, most educational projects lack excitement as well as practical applications. How can building an electric motorbike inspire the next generation of builders? Aimed to spark interest in science, technology, engineering, and math, STEM, I have created a consumer-direct kit where teenagers and adults alike are able to build and ride their own electric bike, capable of speeds up to 28 mph. The frame is made out of recycled High-Density Polyethylene plastic, HDPE, allowing the kit’s color to be customized while also remaining sustainable. Through the power of hands-on work, builders will have the exciting and rare opportunity to assemble their own electric bike. The next steps for this product are to continue research and development, identify a supplier and secure an intellectual patent to protect the E-KIDTS business model for further product development.