Electric bikes provide an alternative to cars for flexible urban transportation, and municipal governments should encourage their use in cities through infrastructure and policy.
The trend of gorgeous retro looking electric bicycles continues with the limited edition ICON E-Flyer.
Caterham Cars, branching out into two wheeled vehicles, debuts two new electric bicycles that are quite stunning in looks and range.
Rimac Automobil, known for its nearly $1 million electric sports car, moves into the upper echelons of the electric bike market with the new Greyp G12.
Electra Bicycles unveils a new pedal-assist electric bike with a range of around 30 miles that can hit a top speed of nearly 16 miles per hour.
A new electric bike design from Defiant Bicycles is geared towards extreme off terrain use, and its variety of configurations offer up different adventure options.
Electric bicycles are already popular in Europe and in China, which has more e-bikes than cars on its roads. Now, manufacturers are marketing e-bikes in the U.S., promoting them as a “green” alternative to driving.
Flight USA debuts two new electric bicycles, one single and one double fork, that are pedal assist and offer a 35 mile or so range.
BMW unveils the Cruise e-Bike in Germany, pricing around $3360 and limited to just 1000 units being produced.
Polaris has released details of its eBikes for 2013. Developed with EVantage, maker of electric motors, the Polaris eBikes offer powered pedals and throttle option.