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The Rayvolt Cruzer Is A Turbocharged Work Of Art On Wheels

July 13th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

In its quest to start a people-powered electric bike Rayvolution, Barcelona-based Rayvolt has been churning out a line of unique ebikes that blend the classic motorcycle styling of yesteryear with the high tech electric powertrains of tomorrow for customers, today


£90,000 Buys You The Ultimate Electric Café Racer, The Arc Vector

June 30th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

By putting the price upfront, Arc Vector wants to remove any potential confusion around this electric motorcycle (e-motorcycle). The performance, like the price, will be wild. Although I've seen more than my fair share of extravagance, my first question is, is this thing wilder than the already insane Lightning Motorcycle LS218? If so, then the Arc Vector electric motorcycle is going to be thunderous!


The 8 Accessories Every eBiker Needs

June 22nd, 2019 | by Kyle Field

So you've bought a new eBike or are considering pulling the trigger on an eBike purchase. While eBikes are in many ways just glorified bicycles, there are a few differences that require some additional thought


Norwegian Mercedes Dealer’s “Kodak Moment” … Cost Of Owning Tesla Model S For 200K Miles … The Media’s False Tesla Story — #CleanTechnica Top 20

June 1st, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

The most popular CleanTechnica articles of the past week are listed below. I always love looking through the list, but I'm changing up what I put in the introductions of these weekly and monthly articles. I'm going to use this space to highlight my favorite CleanTechnica articles of the week. It's hard to be too picky, so they're not in order of rank, more chronological


A Look Behind The Curtain At Rad Power Bikes 

May 31st, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Rad Power Bikes makes a lineup of funky looking, yet surprisingly capable electric bikes. After spending a few weeks ripping around town on its RadMini Step-Thru, we wanted to look behind the curtain to see where the company came from and what makes it tick, so I sat down with Rad Power Bikes co-founder and CMO Ty Collins for a chat


Rayvolt Is Not-So-Secretly Plotting An eBike Revolution Powered By The Sun

May 24th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

From the glossy pages of its catalogs and the beautiful pictures that adorn the Rayvolt website, it is not immediately clear what kind of company Rayvolt is. So when they invited CleanTechnica out to their headquarters to meet the team and to see their new lineup of ebikes for 2019, we were excited to get a look behind the curtain at what it was that really made them tick


Uber Partners With Electric Bike Sharing Service In India

May 15th, 2019 | by Saurabh

World-leading cab hailing service Uber has initiated a pilot partnership with Yulu, an e-bike sharing service in India. The pilot project has been launched in the southern city of Bengaluru, often called the Silicon Valley of India. The city is notoriously infamous for its bustling traffic.


Scooter Use Skyrocketing In Cities, But Are They Safe? A Look At The Evidence

May 5th, 2019 | by World Resources Institute

Electric scooters are the latest "new mobility" tech to disrupt the transportation sector. Chances are you've seen someone passing by on one of these small-but-nimble two-wheelers in a city near you. Following the explosive growth of bike-sharing and ride-hailing, scooters reached 38.5 million U.S. trips in


Comparing GenZe Electric Bicycle & BMW i3 — Seriously

May 5th, 2019 | by Cynthia Shahan

Of the three e-bicycles I have been traveling on, the GenZe offers the most in terms of exercise. Even on the full electric assist, I find myself pumping and circulating my blood more than with the others. I love all of them for their electric assist, but one of the reasons I prefer to bicycle is for exercise. I was getting too complacent and lacking that exercise, so I felt that along with preventing emissions, I could save my body and brain from more rapid degeneration


The Swagtron EB5 Pro Makes E-Biking In The City Easy & Affordable

May 4th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

We met up with the folks over at Swagtron at their offsite suite at CES to meet with their team to learn more about their new lineup of electric mobility solutions that range all the way from 'hoverboards' to small electric scooters to full sized electric bikes. Coming away from the show, they wanted to get us on one of their folding compact electric bikes to run it through the paces in a handful of real world scenarios


ENGIE’s Livin’ OS Serves As A Centralized Management Platform For Cities

May 2nd, 2019 | by Kyle Field

ENGIE has been a world leader in providing energy and is ramping up its efforts to help companies around the world understand how to clean up the environmental footprint of their fleets and to save money at the same time. CleanTechnica spoke with Ovarith Troeung, ENGIE's Director of Green Mobility, about the transition to the new energy economy and why it has become such a core focus for


Bosch Partners With Powercell On Co-Development Of PEM Fuel Cell Stack

April 30th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Powerhouse Bosch is partnering with leading fuel cell stack manufacturer Powercell to develop and license a new line of hydrogen fuel cells for automotive applications. The new partnership is a realization that hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to become a significant portion of the automotive market over the next decade, according to Bosch


Greyp Launches The G6 Electric Mountain Bike: Going Downhill Fast Has Never Felt Smarter — #CleanTechnica Field Trip

April 27th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

As the lights came down in Zagreb’s HDLU gallery, a new chapter in one of Croatia’s brightest startup success stories was about to begin. And when it comes to generating high expectations, few figures in the country’s tech sector elicit as much hype as Mate Rimac, the 30 year-old inventor, entrepreneur, and founder of Rimac Automobili


An Electric Bike That Reads Your Mind?

April 20th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

Xmera recently started a new ad campaign on Facebook for an electric bike (e-bike) that uses wrist sensors and an EEG helmet to read your mind for easy control and customized workouts. After years in development, the bicycle is set to go live for crowdfunding next month


Solar EV Charging Options For Renters

March 30th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

Home charging can be challenging enough alone for renters, but the idea of solar driving appears nearly impossible. Or is it? I decided to do some research and throw a little of my own experience on top to see what options exist for renters to drive on nothing but sunshine. Here’s what I found


iWEECH Wants To Be The Tesla Of eBikes

March 30th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

If you’ve test driven a Tesla or other electric vehicles, you know that the electric drive is only part of what sets them apart. Advanced electronic features, integrated into the very heart of the vehicle, make driving an EV easier than ever. This is especially true for its built-in Trip Planner capabilities, telling you how to get there and how long to charge at each charging stop. A new company, iWEECH, aims to do the same for eBikes with its “artificial intelligence” bike



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