Before checking out the EV news and bike news below, of course, be sure to check out our own EV & bike stories if you haven’t seen them all. After you’ve done that, here are 8 more EV stories, 11 more bike stories, and two other clean transportation stories. Enjoy the news & views!
EV News & Views
- Top EV Lithium-Ion Battery Manufacturers
- Nissan Unveils 100+ New EV Quick Chargers At Nissan Leaf Dealerships (+ LA Nissan Leaf Quick Charger Video)
- BMW i8 Roadster (aka Spyder) Wins “Best Production Preview Vehicle” Award
- Driving Lesson In A Nissan Leaf (Video)
- Spying On Lithium Ions
- Ray LaHood’s Bullish EV Views
- BYD Sells 25 Electric Buses To LA Metro
- Chevy Volt Sales Surpassed Nissan Leaf Sales In June
Bike News & Views
- Atlanta Gets A Bike Share Program
- Copenhagen’s Super 1-Way Bike Streets
- I BIKE. Short Documentary
- The London Cyclist
- HandleBand — Innovative Bike Light Solution
- To Encourage Biking, Cities Lose The Helmets
- Foldable Bike Helmets — Will They Ever Get Off The Ground?
- Review: Planet Bike Blaze 2W Micro
- Leonardo DiCaprio Looks Really Serious About Riding His Bikeshare Bike
- NYC Mayoral Candidates Vie For Bike Vote
- Why You Should Cycle, Not Drive
Other Clean Transport News
- Another Swing & Miss From Anderson Cooper Show On High-Speed Rail
- What If Car Commercials Reflected Reality?
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