Tag Archives: e-bikes

Gocycle reduces price of GS to encourage more people onto two wheels

Gocycle has lowered the price of its GS model by £500 as part of a number of measures to make the brand more accessible. The Gocycle GS is now priced from £1,999. All GS orders will come with a free Gocycle Portable Docking Station to enable storage and transit when …

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Rad Power Bikes launches upgraded version of RadRunner

Rad Power Bikes is “setting a new standard in e-bike innovation” with the limited release of the RadRunner Plus. The bike is a “feature-rich” version of the brand’s electric utility bike that comes with exclusive upgrades and accessories. “The RadRunner Plus blends the accessible utilitarian design of the original RadRunner …

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Where will Londoners park their new e-bikes?

The e-bike trend is undoubtedly upon us. But, assuming it continues to grow throughout the UK, how will infrastructure in our capital evolve to accommodate? George Hosegood reports

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Raleigh launches Electric Bike Access cycle to work scheme

Raleigh has launched Electric Bike Access, a cycle to work scheme targeting SMEs and their employees with ‘uncomplicated and affordable’ access its range of e-bikes. The aim is to provide businesses with a digital cycle to work benefit that elevates the Raleigh, Haibike and Lapierre brands in the UK market, …

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2020 Ebike Summit rescheduled to September

The 2020 Ebike Summit has been rescheduled to 8th September, in line with Government policy regarding COVID-19. All bookings will be carried forward to this new date, organisers have said. The event had been due to take place on 16th April at Wolfson College, Oxford University. The London Bike Show, Taipei …

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Gocycle unveils new G3Carbon model

Gocycle has unveiled its new G3Carbon model for 2020, the “lightest Gocycle yet”. The G3Carbon weighs 15.5kg with a high modulus carbon front frame and carbon version of Gocycle’s PitstopWheels. It also boasts a patented automotive-inspired Daytime Running Light (DRL), LED cockpit and Gocycle’s electronic predictive shifting. Richard Thorpe, designer …

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EU e-bike production close to doubling year-on-year

The production of e-bikes in the EU has almost doubled in 12 months and should increase further in the next five years, reports eBike Generation. According to Moreno Fioravanti, president of the European Association of Cycle Manufacturers (EBMA), production was 1.3-1.4 million units in 2017 and increased to 2.3-2.4 million …

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Insync ramps up IBD support with new Lectro e-bike range

Insync Bikes is “ramping up” its campaign to support independent bike dealers with a new exclusive range of Lectro e-bikes. The range of five Lectro e-bikes is available now for IBDs with a full parts, warranty and servicing package. The e-bikes are being made by Insync’s parent company, Hero Cycles, …

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Swedish e-bike sales remain high despite Government ceasing subsidy scheme

E-bikes sales in Sweden remain at an “unexpectedly” high level despite the Government stopping its subsidy scheme, reports Bike Europe. Sales fell by 16.5% in the September 2018 to August 2019 period, reaching 86,000 compared to 103,000 the year before, according to data provided by the Swedish industry association Cykelbranschen. …

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