Tag Archives: e-bikes

HumanForest partners with Nutmeg ahead of London launch

E-bike sharing app HumanForest has partnered with digital wealth manager Nutmeg. The deal will see Nutmeg benefit from HumanForest’s advertising-led revenue model, where consumers receive an advert from partners before and after using a HumanForest e-bike. This model allows customers to ride for free for ten minutes each day and …

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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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Alexandra Palace to host inaugural eBike Demo Weekend this month

The inaugural eBike Demo Weekend is set to take place from 14th-15th August at Alexandra Palace, showcasing a number of brands with fleets of demo e-bikes available for testing. Brands in attendance include Brompton, Ridgeback, Saracen, Dawes, Falcon, Specialized, Cannondale, Tern, Apache, Gazelle, Wisper, Electrify, ARCC, Angell.bike, Revolutionworks, Chill eBikes, …

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BMW Group unveils new e-bike and e-scooter concepts

The BMW Group has unveiled its new e-bike concept Dynamic Cargo and e-scooter concept Clever Commute. Concept Dynamic Cargo is a compact, three-wheeled cargo bike concept with high agility, flexible usage options and increased year-round suitability Variably usable loading platform with innovative attachments for transporting loads and/or children as well …

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MiRiDER on its new 7,000 sq ft facility in Wigan, the brand’s ambitions and what makes it unique

Rebecca Morley visits MiRiDER’s new production facility in Wigan to find more about the brand With its new 7,000 sq ft facility in Wigan, folding e-bike brand MiRiDER has its eyes set on serving dealers all over the UK. And each bike is built by hand by a trained operative …

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Voi’s shared e-bikes receive CoMoUK accreditation

Voi’s shared e-bikes have been accredited by CoMoUK. Earlier this year, Voi announced the launch of its e-bike trial in Cambridge, Peterborough and Kettering. “We are very pleased to announce that Voi has been awarded the CoMoUK accreditation standard for their e-bike scheme in the UK,” said Richard Dilks, chief …

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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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Blubrake presents second generation anti-lock braking system

Blubrake has presented the ABS G2, the second generation of its e-bike-specific anti-lock braking system. Compared to the first version, Blubrake ABS G2 features only one unit that includes both the hydraulic actuator and the electronic control unit, for a 65% and 48% reduction in size and weight respectively. The …

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Blinkee chooses Vaimoo for its first e-bike sharing service

Polish micromobility operator Blinkee has chosen Vaimoo smart e-bikes for its first shared e-bike service. Blinkee, operating in 47 cities and five European countries with over 6,000 vehicles including mopeds, scooters and traditional bikes, is launching its first e-bike sharing service with Vaimoo starting with a pilot project from the …

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