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TRIUMPH LAUNCHES THEIR FIRST E-BIKE

Triumph, the world-famous motorcycle manufacturer that began making motorcycles in 1902, has entered the electric bicycle market. It seems a natural fit, since the company has been making powerful two-wheeled vehicles for so long. Their first offering is the Trekker GT, powered by a Shimano STEPS E6100 motor and using an integrated 504Wh battery. The […]

FIRST LOOK: 2020 CANNONDALE TOPSTONE NEO CARBON LEFTY 3

Our new Assistant Editor Nick Clair walks you through the features and specs of the 2020 Cannondale Topstone Neo Carbon Lefty 3. It’s a fun bike, powered by a Gen 4 Bosch Performance Line CX motor with a host of great features. Take a look, and let us know what you think by hitting the […]

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WAHOO’S NEW STEALTH LOOK FOR ELEMNT BOLT

Wahoo Fitness, maker of connected fitness devices and indoor cycling ecosystems, has updated their ELEMNT BOLT GPS cycling computer to get new metrics from e-bikes. It’s also offering the device in a new stealth, black-on-black color scheme. Along with the new look, Wahoo has reduced the price of the ELEMNT BOLT GPS computers from $249.99 […]

CAKE UNVEILS NEW TRAIL BIKE

Cake announces their newest electric bike, the INK Freeride. It’s based on the same technology as their OR. It boasts a 50 mph top speed and a trail range of up to 3 hours.

Could You Get Paid To Ride An E-bike To Work?

In our latest podcast episode, we interview Richard Thorpe, founder and CEO of GoCycle. We’ve ridden his bikes before, they’re folding bikes that look and ride like no other.  In this episode we look back over 20 years of innovation and talk about what is coming in the future of e-bikes and cities. 

SANTA CRUZ ENTERS THE E-BIKE MARKET

Santa Cruz Bicycles, maker of mountain bikes so good they have a cult-like following, has entered the electric-assist fray with the Heckler. This move isn’t to be taken lightly, Santa Cruz has long been anti-e-bike, one of the last brands to jump on the e-bike bandwagon. But if Santa Cruz is going to make a mountain bike, it’s going to be serious!