Tag Archives: e-bikes

London e-scooter operator Tier adds 500 e-bikes to its fleet 

London e-scooter operator Tier has now added 500 e-bikes to its fleet in the capital.  The app-based micromobility company has released 500 e-bikes in the borough of Islington, north London, following the expansion of the Ultra-Low Emission Zone last month.  Tier is one of the chosen operators for London’s e-scooter …

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Temple Electric launches with two premium e-bikes

Temple Cycles has now entered the e-bike market with the launch of a new brand, Temple Electric. Emerging from three years of extensive R&D and product testing, Temple Electric will form the basis of the brand’s growth in the e-mobility sector. Launching with two premium e-bikes, the Classic Electric and …

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100 million car and taxi trips in city regions could be replaced by e-bikes, report shows

Over 100 million car and taxi trips made in city regions each year could instead be on e-bikes if the Government is able to deliver its target for mode shift to cycling, according to a new report by consultants Steer for the Urban Transport Group (UTG). The report, Fully charged: …

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Ampler closes €7.4 million equity round to continue expansion

Ampler has raised € 7.4 million in an equity round to support its expansion plans. The round was led by seasoned investors Taavet Hinrikus and Sten Tamkivi from Taavet+Sten and joined by top Estonian investors Metaplanet, Ambient Sound Investments and Ragnar Sass. It puts the company valuation at €47 million. …

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Dott e-scooters and e-bikes now available on Google Maps

Dott’s e-scooters and e-bikes are now available on Google Maps. When planning a journey, users of Google Maps will now find Dott’s e-scooters and e-bikes as a travel option, along with estimates for cost and travel time. The feature is now available in Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, …

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Rad Power Bikes announces $154 million in funding

Rad Power Bikes has announced $154 million in funding from existing investors to supercharge its global efforts to get more people out of cars and onto e-bikes. This round is led by Fidelity Management and Research Company LLC, with investments from funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, …

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HumanForest users clock up 70,000 miles in capital

HumanForest users have clocked up 70,000 miles on the capital’s roads, a month after the launch in London. The success of the micromobility solution throughout September and into October comes in the run-up to COP26, where Governments will set out their commitments as to how they can reduce carbon emissions …

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LEVA-EU calls on Dutch government to abandon LEV plans

Trade association LEVA-EU is calling on the Dutch government to halt plans to introduce national rules for a number of light electric vehicles, which it says will breach European legislation. LEVA-EU, headquartered in Belgium, has announced it is ‘stepping up’ its lobbying of both the Dutch Parliament and the European …

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Serial 1 deploys Google Cloud’s new Intelligent Product Essentials solution

Serial 1 has announced a partnership with Google Cloud to use its new Intelligent Product Essentials solution, an end-to-end software solution that enables companies to launch predictive, proactive and intelligent features that drive business outcomes. The company will use it to develop a user app and related connectivity features with …

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PowUnity launches new Share BikeTrax feature

PowUnity’s GPS tracker now has a new feature, Share BikeTrax, where several people can monitor one e-bike. It’s a service that many PowUnity customers have been waiting for, said the company, and are now able to use in the PowUnity app since the October 2021 update. Each BikeTrax GPS tracker …

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