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Is There A Stigo In Your Future?

The Stigo bike was developed for urban commuters who can’t or hate the idea of paying thousands of dollars a year just to park their cars (let alone operate them). A conventional bicycle will work but it is not always easy to take a bicycle into a city apartment or find a place on the […]

2014 Handmade Bike Show Goes Electric

For the last decade the North American Handmade Bike Show has made its presence known around the world as the one place where the very best frame builders convene annually to showcase their talents. This year the roving bike show is headed to North Carolina on March 14-16 and for the first time there will be […]

Putting the “race” into the Easy Motion Neo Race

From their mainstream acceptance in Europe to their growing popularity in Southern California, the electric bike has certainly been making its presence known. Funny thing, though; as we’ve seen them in every conceivable size and style, the one class of e-bike that remained virtually untapped was one with dropped bars. As cyclists of the road-geek […]

Haibike Xduro Superace Mid-Drive Road Bike

When it comes to styling, even the most ardent e-bike enthusiasts would agree that in the land of electric bikes, there hasn’t been much to get excited about. Since their inception, electric bikes have traditionally relied on a truly utilitarian creed of substance over style. Of course, that all changed last year when Specialized entered […]

Nissan’s Mori Electric Concept Scooter

The Nissan Mori electric scooter is so cute you almost want to lick the thing. Better yet, charge it up and ride it. Intended for zero-emmission urban assaulting, the Mori could make your daily commute, dare we say, fun? There are so many ways to receive Electric Bike Action Magazine. Click here to subscribe to […]

Product Review: Crankbrothers Mini Pump

Crankbrothers’ product line aims to blend elegant design with top-notch functionality. Their new $50 Sterling pumps can be found at the top of their mini-pump food chain. Tech features: Crankbrothers’ Sterling family of pumps gives riders the option of two different pump lengths, and each is offered with or without an integrated pressure gauge. The […]

Product Review: Abus Bordo 6000 Bike Lock

Tech features: The 2-pound, 10-ounce, 3-foot-long folding lock opens and closes with the use of a key (Abus also offers a combination lock if you are better at remembering numbers than keys). It comes with a universal mounting bracket that attaches to the downtube with conventional water-bottle-cage mounts or any tube with hook-and-loop straps. Field […]

The Santa Ynez Valley has become a star of its own making

California’s Central Coast has gained a reputation for many things. Chief among them are the scenic drive up Pacific Coast Highway and a growing wine-making industry centered between Santa Ynez Valley and Paso Robles. That same spate of golden, rolling hills has also become a focus of cyclists from all over the world. Much of […]

Two Wheel Poineer Preston Petty

By: Zap At 72 years old, with nothing more than a bright moon high in the sky to light his way, it would seem that the last thing Preston Petty should be doing is fast accelerating across a deserted construction yard aboard his custom electric race bike. But then, to know Preston Petty, it would […]

Product Spotlite: Club Ride Clothing

Jack tech flannel jersey No, the Club Ride Jack Tech flannel jersey looks nothing like your typical cycling jersey. By combining Club Ride’s Western-inspired style with ride-friendly technical attributes, the Jack Tech jersey is designed to provide a distinctive look and a bit of extra warmth on cool riding days. The jersey is made from […]