Tag Archives: e-bikes

Brompton issues recall notice affecting its electric bikes

Brompton Bicycle has initiated a recall affecting its electric bikes. Through its continual quality assurance processes, Brompton said it has become aware of an issue with the firmware installed on some its e-bikes. This affects models which have version 1-2-7 and version 1-2-8 firmware installed. “Under specific circumstances, if a …

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Canyon refreshes Roadlite:ON hybrid e-bike for 2021

Canyon has refreshed its Roadlite:ON for 2021 with a range of new updates. The 2021 Roadlite:ON range will comprise two models – the Roadlite:ON 6 (£2,699) and the Roadlite:ON 7 (£3,399). The bike is built around a lightweight, robust aluminium frame, contributing to a total weight of 16kg. “The bike perfectly …

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Lime investing $50 million to bring e-bike service to 25 new cities in 2021

Lime has announced a $50 million investment in e-bikes, including new and improved hardware and plans to expand its service to an additional 25 cities this year. The company’s newest e-bike model will hit city streets this summer as it aims to expand its fleet globally. “As we build out …

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Delfast raises $3.4 million in crowdfunding campaign for R&D centre

Ukrainian startup Delfast has closed the first round of its crowdfunding campaign on Fundable, raising $3.4 million from local and foreign investors. Launched by Delfast in November 2020, the campaign is aimed at constructing the R&D centre that will satisfy the rising demand for electric bikes and fulfil the requests …

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Bosch eBike Systems’ MY21 online training courses now available to dealers

Two online training courses from Bosch eBike Systems for the 2021 model year are now available to dealers. – Basics: The Bosch eBike system (duration approximately 110 minutes) – Model year 2021: New Features (duration approximately 45 minutes) The online Basics training course will provide an overview of Bosch eBike …

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LEVA-EU presents new ZEV concept to European Commission

Trade association LEVA-EU has laid out in full and presented to the European Commission its proposals for a new legal classification of light electric vehicles. The organisation has also called for better representation for Zero Tailpipe Emission Vehicles (ZEVs), the new concept of vehicles it has proposed, in a bid …

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Bianchi adds Blubrake’s ABS to new e-Omnia range

Bianchi has chosen the anti-lock braking system by Blubrake for its new e-Omnia range. Blubrake’s main aim is to encourage people to use light electric vehicles (LEVs), by guaranteeing the safety standards comparable to other motor-powered vehicles. To drive this forward, Blubrake developed an ABS system that prevents e-bikers from …

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Scottish Government awards over £600,000 to e-bike projects

The Scottish Government has awarded over £633,000 to support 45 e-bike projects across the country. Through the latest round of the eBike Grant Fund, delivered through Energy Saving Trust, schools, hospitals and community groups will establish projects to adopt e-bikes, adaptive bikes and e-cargo bikes as an alternative to car …

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Edinburgh’s Electric Cycle Company opens ‘UK’s largest’ specialist e-bike shop

The Electric Cycle Company (ECC), Edinburgh, has just opened its new 4,000 square foot electric bike store and workshop on Crewe Road North, making it the ‘largest specialist e-bike shop in the UK’. Over four times the size of its previous shop, ECC said it has created a safe and …

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