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Electric bike news

Uber offer free e-bike rides to polling stations
If you still haven't cast your ballot, you can take advantage of a free ride to the polling station in London from Uber's bikeshare scheme Jump
Wheels e-bikes now come with helmets included
The startup who currently operate in the US and Sweden have integrated helmets onto their hire bikes, and are offering 20% discounts to riders for using the helmet during a booking
130 million e-bike sales in next 3 years
The forecast from Deloitte also predicts cycling to work will increase by 1% globally, and that e-bikes will continue to hugely outsell other electric vehicles in the 2020’s and beyond
Singpore e-bikers will need to pass theory test
Singapore's Ministry for Transport has said that e-bike and e-scooter riders will have to pass the test before riding their vehicles in public
Bolt Bikes for couriers can be rented weekly
Bolt say their new bike made for commercial use is the world's first platform for electric delivery vehicles, offering a cost-effective last mile delivery solution
Xiaomi Himo H1: Weirdest e-bike ever?
With tiny wheels and an extremely compact design, the Himo H1 weighs just 13kg and has around 20km of range
Age-related disability 'contributes to e-bike incidents'
The report found that of 20 incidents that resulted in serious injury, 12 e-bikers were over 65 and incidents where the rider wasn't wearing a helmet were more severe
Tern's GSD giveaway helps non-profit organisations
The e-cargo bike specialists give away five of their GSD's every year, and have updated us on how the bikes are supporting non-profit businesses
E-mountain bikers get same exercise as other cyclists
Another study has offered fresh evidence to dispel the 'e-bikes are cheating' myth, finding that e-mountain bikers' heart rates were within 10 beats per minute of another group riding standard pedal assist mountain bikes
Northern Ireland "missing out on e-bike revolution"
Insurers Quotezone and Compare NI have identified that Northern Ireland is missing out by still classifying e-bikes as mopeds, and the extra cost of tax and insurance is putting off potential e-bikers