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Electric bike news

Pedal Me warns Amazon: "We're coming for you"
The London-based e-cargo and taxi firm have offered to co-operate with Amazon – but they're prepared to go head-to-head with them too
Shimano launch their biggest ever e-bike battery
As well as launching three new batteries for their STEPS e-bike system, Shimano have also added 12-speed chainrings and a new computer display that is backwards-compatible
Schwalbe launch e-bike specific inner tube
Schwalbe says the new Air Plus inner tube features increased wall thickness, that leaks less air than a conventional tube
The electric bike re-imagined in the 1960's
Uswitch have taken six modern tech inventions and re-imagined what the adverts would have looked like if the gadgets were invented 60 years ago... one of which is the e-bike!
Researchers develop rechargeable graphene batteries
In partnership with Trinity College Dublin, Graphene Flagship claim to have produced rechargeable batteries and energy storage devices that are non-toxic because of their graphene construction
Chinese battery production falls by 10% in 2020
Two of China's biggest lithium-ion battery manufacturers are facing disruption due to production facilities being located in affected areas, so production is expected to slow while things return to normal
Nominate an incredible individual for bike giveaway
Bikes from Marin, Raleigh, Ribble, Specialized and Trek are looking for deserving homes
Hellobike integrate social distancing tech
Hellobike's new shared e-bike model has built-in smart voice navigation, which can help users maintain social distancing while the country emerges from its strict lockdown
Pure Electric taking on 11 Cycle Republic stores
85 jobs have been saved by transferring the Cycle Republic stores over to Pure Electric, with the e-scooter company securing the deal with Halfords Group PLC under TUPE regulations
Pedal Me reveal adaptions they've made during pandemic
Rather than slowing down, London e-cargo and passenger service Pedal Me are busier than ever... delivering PPE to hospitals and ferrying goods for businesses that have been forced to switch online due to the closure of non-essential retailers