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Can You Get the E-bike of the Future for $20? Zoomo Co-Founder Thinks So

We just interviewed co-founder and COO of Zoomo Michael Johnson. We talk about Zoomo’s unique approach to getting people on quality bikes in a very affordable, open-ended subscription model. You can check it out here or wherever you listen to podcasts. My guest today is Michael Johnson, co-founder and COO of Zoomo, a company […]

Our latest podcast interview, European correspondent Alex Boyce

We just published a podcast episode with our European correspondent Alex Boyce. He often has access to bikes we don’t, or earlier than we can. He’s an interesting chap with vast knowledge of e-bikes, he’s a British ex-pat living in Italy, writing reviews of e-bikes for Italian and German bike magazines, plus ours. You can […]


In this episode, I interview Drew Engelmann of Yamaha Power Assist Bicycles. Drew is an industry veteran, from working in the tranches to now being one of the main people at Yamaha. We talk about the great bikes Yamaha currently offers, the new stuff they’re about to unleash, and what the future of e-bikes may […]


In this episode of the Electric Bike Action Podcast, we chat with e-bike luminary Larry Pizzi about his love of bikes, his work in getting the 3 class e-bike laws passed in 26 states so far (and what we can do to help), and the future of e-bikes. You can hear it here: or […]

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. 

Our latest podcast: An interview with Stefy Bau

We just published our interview with Stefy Bau. Her list of accomplishments is massive, including being a motocross World Champion, being the first female professional racer to be granted a license to race with the men, being featured in video games, representing Italy in the Downhill Mountain Bike World Champion, being the U.S. distributor for Fantic Bikes, and now she’s started a new project,