Stromer has redesigned the ST2. It is a Class 3 (28 mph)...
This is a good all-around commuter or touring bike for someone that wants a bike that’s well-made and dependable...
You Can Win This Great Commuter/Touring Bike
The bikes were designed to complement the Taycan Cross Turismo, which has a rear carrier that can accommodate up to three bikes.
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Do you need it on your e-bike?
Bosch has upped the ante with their new Performance Line Speed motor
Turning the bike on is intimidating, as the loud cooling fan starts up immediately...
Quick n Dirty offers multiple e-bike categories!
A French-inspired custom e-bike
The difference you’ll find in the e-stuff is a thicker crown to accommodate the impacts owing to extra torque you get from the motor. The torque from the motor actually puts more
Learning how geometry affects the riding characteristics of a bike will help you make a more informed decision when you purchase your next bike.
All this talk about a big wave of electric vehicles has me excited about how the electric vehicle market is poised to explode!
Although built in a sportier vein, the Haro would be a good adventure/longer ride bike considering the comfortable suspension and bigger battery.
The employees not only work together, but they ride and play together. To them, it’s not a company as much as a lifestyle
Batteries are for more than just pedal assist
A multi-tool right at your fingertips
Will the Cake Kalk Bike Stay In One Piece
They’re all fantastically quiet and powerful. Fit and finish, as well as ride quality, are top-notch. We really liked the simplicity of...
The program will offer the rentals in seven destination cities, including Las Vegas, Nevada; San Francisco California; Los Angeles, California,...
Be One With Nature
The bike is well thought out, and Canyon’s legacy of making great non-assist bikes has obviously now evolved to the e-bike segment.
Keep the sweat out of your eyes
The investment will give further strength to the Energica growth...
Yamaha, KTM, Piaggio and Honda have formed the Swappable Batteries Consortium for motorcycles and light electric vehicles. Rolls right off the tongue, doesn’t it?