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Segway To Launch Two Electric Dirt Bikes In Early 2020

December 30th, 2019 | by Jake Richardson

Since the Segway personal transporter debuted in 2001, the Segway product line has expanded considerably with offerings like a kids bike, scooters, a go-kart, electric skates, and a one-wheel. This year, the company is launching two new electric dirt bikes in the first several months of


CleanTechnica Tests The Electric Folding Gocycle e-Bike

December 13th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

It's been a while since I tested an electric bicycle, and when Gocycle asked me to see what they did on their new GX, I jumped on the chance to ride this fun and cool futuristic e-bike. Here's to a fun four weeks spent on the new Gocycle GX that is every bit worth its price


The RadCity E-Bike Brings New Utility & Performance To The Classic Mountain Bike

December 12th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Rad Power Bikes has built its business on a line of e-bikes that provide some of the best bang for your buck on the market today, and their RadCity electric mountain bike is no exception. It takes the traditional mountain bike frame, tacks on a robust front shock, then electrifies the whole package. The results speak for themselves


Rayvolt Tapped To Supply Barcelona-Based Scooter & Bike Sharing Network YEGO

December 3rd, 2019 | by Kyle Field

CleanTechnica visited Barcelona to get the inside scoop on ebike upstart Rayvolt and we happened upon some exciting news about the company building custom bikes for local bike and scooter sharing network YEGO. Rayvolt has been tapped by Barcelona-based scooter and bike sharing network YEGO to build a custom ebike and standing electric scooter to be used on the YEGO network


Pedal Assist vs Throttle: Why Is This Even An Argument?

November 21st, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

Sometimes electric bikes stir up controversy. On ebike groups and forums, it's common to hear about arguments getting started simply by riding one. If you pass a group of cyclists, especially the "Spandex Man" type, you can get ridiculed and even accused of "cheating." Some jurisdictions heavily restrict or even ban ebikes, because they're perceived as dangerous, or because an obsolete law considers them to be a motor vehicle


Rad Power Bikes Slashes Prices For Its Rad Holiday Sale

November 12th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Rad Power Bikes up in Seattle designs and sells some of the best values in the world of electric bikes, so we were excited to hear that it is having an early Black Friday sale that makes these even better deals that what you would normally find at your local bike shop the day after Thanksgiving. You get the same great deals you would expect, but you don't have to wait in any silly lines, worry about getting trampled, or stay up all night to take advantage of the deals. Just hop online and order away


On-Road & Off-Road — The Daymak Beast 2.0 Is Appealing

October 31st, 2019 | by Cynthia Shahan

Are you an adventurer who loves it all? Busy urban streets and ... winding, hidden country roads. This may be the perfect solo getaway vehicles. The Daymak Beast 2.0 is great for quiet cruises through the wilderness, or for city commutes


The Electric Bike Company Electrifies The Classic Southern California Beach Cruiser

October 30th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

It should not come as any surprise that the Electric Bike Company builds e-bikes, but it may come as a surprise to learn that they build them in Southern California. We stopped by the Electric Bike Company headquarters and manufacturing facility in Newport Beach, California to get the inside scoop straight from the mouth of founder Sean Lupton-Smith


China × Cleantech — September 2019

October 26th, 2019 | by Tim Dixon

Welcome to the next issue of China x Cleantech, our September 2019 edition. For our full China × Cleantech history, stroll over to the “Future Trends” section of our website


Micromobility Has Always Been King

October 26th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

In recent years, there's been a lot of buzz about micromobility, a term that varies depending on who is talking about it. Some writers only consider it to include shared vehicles of small size, while others limit the term to small electrified vehicles (whether personally owned or shared). Most writers would probably agree that the vehicles must be small, and that micromobility is something new that's going to expand and take a big chunk of the transportation industry


Do What You Can With What You Have (Even If You Can’t Get An Electric Vehicle)

October 25th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

When you look at your finances and see that you're upside down in your current car, that your credit is shot to hell, or that you can't get into a car payment right now (or all of the above), you can't simply wish your way out of that hole, even if you wish really, really hard. Continuing to drive a gas vehicle in that situation doesn't make you a bad person or a sinner


Why Are Tourist Airplanes So Loud?

October 16th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

After an 11-day hike around Zion Canyon, Brice Canyon, and the Grand Canyon, one thing became clear. Why are tourist parks and monument aviation so loud? We need quieter and cleaner electric mobility



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