Tag Archives: Bosch eBike Systems

Over half of UK adults ‘considering buying an e-bike’

A study by Bosch eBike Systems has revealed that over half of UK adults (55%) are considering purchasing an e-bike. The study polled over 2,000 people across the UK on their perceptions of e-mobility and how these have changed since the start of the pandemic. 32% said they would use …

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Bosch eBike Systems introduces energy-saving riding mode for sporty tours

Bosch eBike Systems has introduced the new Tour+ riding mode, offering pedelec riders “dynamic, continuous support depending on their own effort”. It eliminates the need for manual switching between the common drive modes, and is designed in particular for sporty rides. With Tour+, e-bikers pedal a little harder on flat …

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Bosch-powered e-cargo bikes to help redistribute surplus food throughout lockdown

Bosch eBike Systems has collaborated with Food Connect to help redistribute surplus food throughout lockdown and beyond. Food Connect is a food redistribution initiative, first active in Milton Keynes, that was founded by London-based charity Hubbub in June 2020. With the help of a mini-fleet of Bosch-powered e-cargo bikes, including …

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Bosch eBike Systems recognised at CES Innovation Awards for Nyon computer

Bosch eBike Systems has been named as CES 2021 Innovation Awards Honouree in the category Vehicle Intelligence and Transportation for the all-in-one onboard computer Nyon. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) presents the CES Innovation Awards each year for ‘pioneering innovations’ in technology and design in consumer products. “Digital solutions like …

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Bosch eBike Systems to bring specialist retailers up to date with new training season

Bosch eBike Systems is set to bring specialist retailers up to date on its product range with its 11th training season, beginning on 12th October. With more than 320 dates in 14 countries, and for the first time also in the Czech Republic, e-bike retailers will be able to expand …

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