E-Bike Sharing Comes To San Francisco

Bike sharing programs have been cropping up in major metro areas all over America, but some cities are more conducive to cycling than others. The hills of San Francisco can wear out even the most potent of peddlers, so the forthcoming addition of electric bicycles to the ranks of the non-profit City CarShare system is a welcome reprieve for weary road warriors.

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Video: The Greyp G12 Electric Bicycle Is Almost A Motorcycle

The electrification of two-wheels vehicles is beginning to blur the line between what constitutes a motorcycle and a bicycle. The engineering talent that brought the world the million-dollar electric supercar, the Rimac Concept One, have further blurred those liens with their latest project; the more-affordable Greyp G12 electric bicycle.

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Million-Dollar EV Supercar Company Building…Electric Bicycle?

The Rimac Automobili Concept One is the stunningly beautiful and ridiculously fast million-dollar electric supercar that hails from the country of Croatia. It’s been on a world tour as of late, and as one might expect the engineering minds behind the Concept One haven’t been idle. Their next project, the world’s “most advanced electric bicycle”, isn’t quite what I expected.

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French Company H-Ker Working On Electric Cafe Racer

Electric motorcycles have arguably found greater acceptance than electric cars with the buying public, as well as with local governments and even the military. But you know what the world really needs? An electric cafe racer, which French company H-Ker is reportedly working on.

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Video: Flying Bicycle Blows Our Mind

Flying cars were once the promise of the future, and the future has failed to deliver. But maybe we were too ambitious with our dreams of flying automobiles for all. Maybe we need to step back and start taking a simpler form of transportation skyward. Something like say, this flying bicycle, which made its debut flight at a Prague convention center. Shut up and take my money!

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New York City: No Electric Bikes Allowed

The fine for riding an electric bike in New York City has increased from $500 to $1,000, preventing New Yorkers from adopting these bike/scooter hybrids. The increased fee was announced by city council member Jessica Lappin, who called these bikes a “scourge.” Tell us how you really feel, Jess.

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Video: The Enorm V3 Bullet eBike Looks More Like A Motorcycle

One of the most interesting, yet least talked about trends in green transportation is that of electric-assisted eBikes. Beyond being an efficient way to get around, eBikes have become increasingly stylish, drawing their inspiration not from pedal power, but motorcycles. The Enorm V3 Bullet is one such eBike, and it looks like the spawn of an iPhone and a crotch rocket.

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Folding Electric Trike Capable Of 28 MPH

I don’t really get the trike phenomenon, but there is definitely a movement out there that prefers three wheels to either four or two. The HP Velotechnik Scorpion fs 26-Pedelec (phew!) is a folding electric tricycle with pedals and a motor that allow for speeds up to 28 mph. Also, it costs $7,500.

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