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e-bikes

Diamondback Gets Amped

Diamondback Bicycles, a company that started with great BMX bikes in 1977 in Newbury Park, California. They sponsored some of the best racers and produced some iconic bikes, like the Harry Leary Turbo, with its distinctive gunmetal finish (many called it “black chrome”). The company then got into mountain bikes and eventually gravel, road and […]

Italy’s Red Cross Gets E-Bikes

The Italian FIVE GROUP (Fabbrica Italiana Veicoli Elettrici) has started the delivery of the electric assisted bicycles commissioned by the Italian Red Cross which for the last year has been carrying out a project called “Tempo della Gentilezza (Time for Kindness)” to stand with people affected by Covid-19 pandemic. The Italian Red Cross initiative was […]

Introducing The Self-Driving Bike

House of Lithium officially announces their new self-driving bicycle. This is a game-changer! As a commuter, you often have to work on work tasks before you get to your office. The new, autonomous Liedar, outfitted with the latest LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) to help the bike “see” obstacles and avoid them, can help you […]

FIRST RIDE: Serial 1 e-Bikes From Harley-Davidson

We had the chance to go for a ride with Serial 1 Brand Director Aaron Frank. The new Mosh/CTY and Rush/CTY bikes are well-priced, quiet, and really smooth to ride. The Rush bikes have the Enviolo Automatiq CVT, and all bikes have Brose mid-drive motors. You can read our full first ride impressions in the […]

Bianchi Launches Entire New Line Of E-bikes

Bianchi just announced their new line of electric bicycles, called E-Omnia. “Omnia” means “everything”, meaning there will be bikes for everyone. It’s a singular platform for three different types of bikes; commuter bikes, trekking/touring bikes and mountain bikes. This was the expansion from their initial e-SUV e-mountain bike and Lif-E project. The platform is all […]

Are There Ballot Measures For Bikes In Your Area?

In this election, you’re not just voting for one candidate, your vote could influence bicycle infrastructure and access in your state or locality. PeopleForBikes.org has put together a list of ballot initiatives that may affect where you can ride. Take a moment to look at this state-by-state list of ballot measures that may affect you […]

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR FINALIZED ELECTRIC BIKE RULES

PeopleForBikes has successfully worked with the United States Department of the Interior to clarify rules on electric bicycles on public lands. On Friday, Oct. 2, the Department of the Interior released final rules for electric bicycle use on public lands. This new regulation more clearly defines electric bicycles and gives local land managers the authority […]