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The weirdest e-bike ever? The Xiaomi Himo H1 folds up smaller than an A3 sheet of paper

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Jack Sexty

Jack is the news editor here at eBikeTips, and also edits the live blog and writes tech news over on our sister site road.cc. Jack first became fascinated with e-bikes when an elderly gentleman breezed past him without a care in the world up a big old hill in North Wales - thus realising e-bikes are the real deal! Although he genuinely enjoys time trials and lung-busting climbs without assistance, Jack likes nothing more than cruising round town on an e-bike during his days off.   

4 comments

6 months 4 days ago

MrGear - presumably you could license, tax, and insure it, just like you would to make an e-scooter legal.

6 months 4 days ago

Vlad - Xiaomi has had a licensing agreement with Hasbro for a while.

6 months 6 days ago

I bet HASBRO dont know about the names of the scooters yet as that is clear copyright breach.

6 months 1 week ago

Where are the pedals? Without them, this isn't a bike and it's illegal to ride on both roads and pavements, surely?