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As part of our series on the disruptions facing the two-wheel transportation space leading up to our 2019 report, we'd like to gather market...

Clean Transport

As with its cars, BMW's two-wheelers are not well-aligned with the disruptions sweeping through the market. Its growth results mask its inherent weakness.

Air Quality

If you haven't seen an electric bicycle yet, it's likely that you just didn't notice the several that have passed you by recently. And...


Electric two-wheelers occupy an interesting space in 2018. Insufficient to replace motorcycles for long-distance touring, with all due respect for riders like Ben Rich...

Clean Transport

Zero is better positioned to deliver excellent motorcycles than any of the legacy motorcycle companies. But if the segment shrinks due to electric bicycles,...

Clean Transport

Alta Motors is a victim of focusing too narrowly for effective entrepreneurialism. Its vision is to be admired. Its aspiration to compete directly with...

Clean Transport

We're still trying to find out what happened at Alta Motors, but the company sent a press release last week informing us it is...

Clean Transport

Harley-Davidson is opening a new R&D center in the San Francisco Bay Area as it searches for talent to develop a line of electric...


BMW has become the Boring Motoren Werke company. Instead of being the ultimate driving machine it's going to deliver the maximum compromise machine.


The top 20 CleanTechnica articles of the past week were an interesting mix — probably not what you'd expect. Have a look and read...

Clean Transport

Motorcycle sales are half what they were 10 years ago. Can electric motorcycles reignite interest in riding a bike?

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