New Ecobike by Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited (EAV) aims to reduce city emissions by up to 75% with all new design and two cubic metre rear fixed box.Continue reading “EAV LAUNCHES REVOLUTIONARY NEW ECARGO CHASSIS CAB PLATFORM”
A new study released by Mordor Intelligence Consultancy on global e-bike market has valued the segment at 14.75 billion in 2018. Based on a study of global data trends, the market is projected to grow at CAGR of 6.39% during the forecast period 2019-2024. Asia-Pacific region is estimated to lead the global market sales with China dominating the region. Continue reading “GLOBAL E-BIKE MARKET PROJECTED TO REACH $18.65 BILLION BY 2024”
#WORLD CAR FREE DAY
Jos Sluijsmans is the Director of International Cargo Bike Festival (ICBF), co-founder of Dutch Bicycle Center and member of the Dutch Cycling Embassy and European Cycle Logistics Federation. After working as an interpreter and translator in Spanish for ten years and practicing law for eight years during early stages of his career, Jos Sluijsmans ventured into cycling business and launched Fietsdiensten.nl in 2004. He started as a bike messenger and delivered organic and local food to restaurants by cargo bike. Jos also gave cycling lessons to people with physical and mental challenges.
Headquartered at Pune, an electric mobility start-up “Polarity” introduced India’s first Smart Bikes with its range of six electric vehicles today. At a time when urban commuting has become unpleasant, these bikes promises to offer a much needed micro mobility solution to individuals and businesses who are environmentally conscious. The Polarity pedal assisted electric bikes are designed for intra-city use, are eco-friendly and good alternatives to conventional fuel powered bikes. Continue reading “POLARITY LAUNCHES PEDAL ASSIST ELECTRIC BIKES”
#WORLD SENIOR CITIZENS DAY
Cycling Without Age (CWA) is a social movement originating in Copenhagen, Denmark and was launched in 2012 by Ole Kassow. The purpose of the organisation is to invite socially isolated seniors back into their local communities by engaging them in mutually beneficial and stimulating trishaw rides with volunteers (trishaws are also known as cycle rickshaws, bike taxi and tri-cycle taxi).
Ole wanted to help the elderly get back on their bicycles, but he had to find a solution to their limited mobility. The answer was a trishaw and he started offering free bike rides to the local nursing home residents.
The Calamus One represents a giant leap for e-bike technology. So much, that it creates a whole new class of e-bike – the ultrabike. Powered by Ultra-drive mid-motors from Bafang and driven by carbon belts from Gates, these bikes are ultra-responsive. They’re also ultra-efficient. The Calamus One gives you upto 70kms of range on a single charge, has a detachable battery and quick-charge capabilities. With an integrated weather-proof computer and navigation touchscreen, the One is the only e-bike to offer integrated support for android apps, rider profiles and real-time self-diagnosis.
On the busy streets of Mumbai there is a section of people who use bicycles as a primary mode of transport. In fact, they are independent transporters who move goods around the city on a bicycle. You will easily spot them bearing all kind of loads dressed in simple clothing throughout the day. Majority of those cyclists are men who operate wearing a shirt, trouser, shorts and slippers.