Electric Bikes

Walleräng M.01, and the Shimano STEPS mid ...

May 26, 20163 Comments

I’ve been looking for an excuse to write about the Shimano STEPS mid drive system, and now that the Walleräng M.01 is finally for sale

BH eMotion now producing AWD ebikes

Apr 23, 20163 Comments

BH eMotion electric bikes are based in Spain, and due to the good performance and reasonable price points of their products, they have been doing

Mekkanobike from Italy, off-road fatbike wi...

Mar 29, 20164 Comments

I recently found a new company that is based in Italy, and they make a full-suspension electric fatbike which uses the well-known BBS02 mid drive

Bafang BBSHD 1000 Watt Drive-Preview Ride

Oct 06, 20155 Comments

  Editor note: Submitted by Turbo Bob I wouldn’t be surprised to find America’s motto “More power” inscribed somewhere deep inside this new mid-drive. Folks

Italjet Ascot, an E-bike with beautiful vin...

Sep 03, 20156 Comments

Italjet is an Italian company that started in 1959 by a motorcycle racer who was contracted to Ducati. Recently, his son has decided to make a

Felt Lebowsk-e Fat Ebike Review

Apr 30, 20152 Comments

Editor Note: This review posted with permission from The New Wheel, a really good electric bike shop in San Francisco owned and operated by true believers

Peugeot eDL-132, exotic French concept E-bi...

Mar 28, 20152 Comments

The Peugeot eDL-132 mid-drive electric bicycle is a gorgeous example of a car company that wants to get some publicity with the growing trend of

Piaggio’s new mid drive

Nov 14, 20145 Comments

The name of Piaggio is not well-known in North America, but they are a well-established brand in Europe. This Iconic Italian company has been slow

Siemprenbici, off-road mid drives from Spai...

Jun 06, 20144 Comments

This E-bike is designed to be very light, and every design choice that was made has been carefully considered to ensure that the final product

Yamaha YPJ-01, a light mid-drive road bike

Apr 25, 20144 Comments

Yamaha was one of the early adopters of electric bikes. In fact, they invented the term “PAS” in 1993, which stands for Pedal Assist System.