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Electric bicycle

YAMAHA DROPS A CLASS 3 ROAD BIKE

Yamaha Bicycles is launching their new Civante, a Class 3 (28 mph) electric power-assist bike, expanding its line-up of fitness-focused road bikes. There are very few drop bar e-road bikes that are Class 3, most are Class 1 and cut off…

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…

WHO WANTS A FREE E-BIKE?

We're giving away an Aventon Pace 350 to one lucky responder to our reader survey. We want to know what you think about e-bikes.1258 It takes just a couple of minutes, and you might win a free bike! Just fill out the entire…

WANT TO HELP SHAPE HISTORY?

The e-bike industry needs your help to give you more access to federal lands. Time for comment closes in the next few days, so this is urgent! Federal land management agencies that regulate the use of electric bicycles (e-bikes) on…

FIRST RIDE: MARIN PINE MOUNTAIN E

Like just about every other bike brand of note, longtime California mountain bike brand Marin Bicycles has jumped into the e-bike game with a three-bike line intended to suit a variety of rider needs. While the Nail Trail is a more hardcore…

FALCO eMOTORS PATENTS INDOOR e-BIKE TECHNOLOGY

Falco eMotors, Inc., a player in direct drive technology for e-bikes for over 10 years, today announced it has been awarded US Patent #10,617,913 B2. The patent captures Falco’s unique approach to Indoor eBike Cycling Technology through…

HELP GET MORE ACCESS FOR E-BIKES

The Bureau of Land Management, BLM, has a 60-day public comment period on proposed e-bike regulations. It has already begun and closes June 9, 2020. If you have a few moments, please read the proposal and submit a response, as there is…

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…