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LimeBike
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LimeBikes, the dockless bike-share startup, announced Monday at CES that it will roll out between 4,000 and 5,000 electric-assist bicycles to its fleet this year.  The bikes will be available starting this month in existing LimeBike markets, including Seattle; Miami; Scottsdale, Arizona; Southern California; and greater San Francisco Bay Area.

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E-Bike in Cities
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E-Bikes and bikeshare systems are combining to provide cities with solutions to alleviate traffic jams, consumer costs and pollution. With transportation now the fastest growing source of global carbon dioxide emissions, support for this accessible, low-carbon mobility is crucial to international climate change action. Read the Full Article by

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Electric-powered bikes with a top speed of 20 mph will be allowed on Boise streets, sidewalks, bike lanes and the 25 miles of Greenbelt paths in the city. The Boise City Council approved this change on Tuesday in a city ordinance. Officials say electric bikes won’t be allowed on Ridge

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Biking in Sacramento
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After six years of planning, Davis, Sacramento and West Sacremento are finally adopting an e-bike share system. The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) have been working with private bike-share company, Social Bicycles (SoBi) to plan the system. SoBi will finance, own and operate the system when it launches. It

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GeoOrbital Shark Tank
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GeoOrbital made an appearance on season 7 episode 9 of Shark Tank last month. Although none of the sharks made any offers, two of them purchased wheels. Guest Shark, Chris Sacca said, “I believe electric bikes are here to stay, I just really like to invest in the thing that

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Globally, electric cars account for only about 1 percent of all vehicle sales, whereas electric bikes sales are expected to reach 35 million this year. They have particularly taken off in Europe where they are used for both recreation and for practical transport. The upside to electric bikes is that

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UPS car
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UPS announced on Wednesday that they will begin using electric assisted tricycles for domestic delivery routes in downtown Pittsburgh, PA. The adoption of this new form of transportation is part of their Rolling Laboratory initiative which uses alternative fuels and advanced technology. This new form of transportation will help reduce

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Under the new law signed by Governor Rick Snyder, electric-assisted bicycles will no longer be classified as mopeds requiring licensing and insurance. The legislation allows electric bikes to be operated on any road open to regular bikes including bike lanes and the shoulder. Sean Hammond, deputy policy director for the

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On Thursday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city would begin cracking down on electric bikes. While e-bikes are legal to own in New York, riders can face harsh penalties of up to $500 when they are used on city streets. Starting next year, businesses that employ

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The Golfer
CrowdfundingNew Electric Bikes

The Golfer is an electric bike made in New Zealand which carries a golf bag and easily navigates a course.  Its lithium-ion battery sits on the down-tube and is removable through a key-lock mechanism, so it can be pulled off and plugged in after the 18th. The Golfer is not

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