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Felt Expands 2015 Electric Offerings

Felt Bicycles formally announce an expanding 2015 electric bike line, Felt Electric. The Felt Electric bike line launch for the US includes three mountain bike models and one lifestyle model. The new addition to the already existing Felt European electric bike line is the Lebowsk-e and Dual-e. The Lebowsk-e fat tire bike will be available in three […]

The June Issue Of Electric Bike Action Hits The Streets

Our latest issue has just hit the streets and it is packed with electrifying editorial and photos. Stories include… BIKE TESTS Yuba elBoda Boda Stromer ST1 Platinum Hanebrink X2 Currie Izip E3 Peak   FEATURES Optibike’s Evolution & Revolution North American Electric Bike Handmade Bike Show  E-biking through the Austin Texas capital Manpower vs. Horsepower […]

Bosch Bullish On America

Germany’s Bosch is totally committed to the growth of pedelecs (pedal electric cycles) in America. They had a major presence at the Sea Otter Classic where they showcased brands they are already partnered with and announced that Magura Direct will now serve as their service provider to American retailers and bike companies. Click here for […]

Bergamont’s Black Beauty

The E-Line Metric C-7.4 EQ (who dreamed up that name?) from Bergamont Bicycles uses the new Bosch Active Drive motor, 27.5-inch wheels and a Shimano SLX 10-speed drivetrain. Not yet available in the United States, we can sure keep dreaming.  

Bosch Names Magura Direct As America’s Service Provider

Bosch has announced that Magura Direct, Olney IL, will be the exclusive service provider for Bosch eBike systems service, spare parts, dealer service hotline, warranties and training throughout the U.S. Bosch and Magura are already very familiar with each other having partnered together for over 50 years on technical support and distribution efforts in varying […]

All Fat & Charged Up: Electric power where it’s never been before

Fat bikes have seen a huge spike in interest the past few years in the mountain bike community. From rocks, sand and snow, their huge 3- and 4-inch-wide tires give riders the chance to float easily over every type of terrain where normal mountain bikes would bog down. The problem is, though, pushing those oversized […]