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Zoomo announces new ‘supercharged’ speed e-bike

Zoomo has announced a new ‘supercharged’ speed e-bike, designed to replace the petrol moped.  Delivery e-bike brand Zoomo has unveiled the Zoomo One, an electric bike with a top speed of 45km/h, purpose built for last-mile delivery services.  The Zoomo One is designed to eliminate the need for petrol mopeds …

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HumanForest partners with Citymapper to increase e-bike reach

HumanForest has announced a new partnership with Citymapper, increasing the accessibility of its e-bikes across London. The partnership will enable users to locate the nearest available HumanForest e-bikes in the Citymapper app. Users will also be able to plan journeys, view suggested routes and travel times, then navigate to their …

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Tier acquires Wind Mobility’s Italian subsidiary

Tier has acquired Vento Mobility Srl, the Italian subsidiary of Wind Mobility. This marks Tier’s entry into the Italian market and, as of now, the first Tier e-scooters will be available on the streets of Bari and Palermo. Other Italian cities will follow in the coming days and weeks. The …

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Why should businesses invest in e-cargo bikes?

Fully Charged’s Dan Parsons tells Rebecca Morley why e-cargo bikes are growing in interest and how they are helping businesses become more efficient E-cargo bikes have a host of benefits that make them perfect for city deliveries, taking up less road space than vans, easing congestion and improving a company’s …

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Private e-scooters banned from TfL network due to fire risks 

Private-use e-scooters have been banned from London’s transport network due to concerns over fire risks.  Transport for London (TfL), the authority responsible for much of London’s public transport, has announced that all privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles are banned from Monday, 13th December. The decision has been made because of safety …

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