In this week’s eBike news roundup:
- Cero One – New Modular eCargo Bike
- Michelin Friction Drive
- BMC’s New eMTB
- Bosch ABS Braking, Frame Battery, & More
- Carbon Fiber Battery Cooling
- Secure Car Rack for eBikes
- Epic eBike Charity Riding
- And much more!
The Chicago Electric Bike Expo is on June 23-25 at Lincolnwood Town Center and it is the place for you to ride the latest electric bikes.
And best of all it’s completely FREE to attend and test ride as many eBikes as you like!
In addition you can enter to win a $4,000 electric bike from Tempo Bicycles and learn more about the latest electric bikes by talking directly to the manufacturer reps.
If you are looking for a quality eBike that is on the cutting edge of technology with an impressive spec of components and accessories then you should take a look at the IZIP E3 Protour.
This mid drive speed pedelec (pedal assist up to 28mph) features the COBI Plus smartphone & lighting system that makes the Protour a high-tech “smart eBike”!
At $3,299 the IZIP E3 Protour offers a lot of value with features that include the COBI Plus system, a mid drive speed pedelec, high quality components from Shimano, SRAM, Schwalbe, and a full assortment of quality accessories.
In this second part of the full review you will get an idea of the ride characteristics, range test results, pros, cons, and overall thoughts on this electric bike. [Read more…]
Every year Bosch, Magura, and other bike companies get together in Sedona, AZ for the Magura Ride Camp to show off their latest products to journalists from all over the US.
This was the 13th annual Magura Ride Camp and it was good timing for the launch of the new Bosch eMTB mode!
eMTB mode automatically adjusts the Bosch power modes (Tour, Sport, Turbo) based on your pedal power so all you have to do is focus on your riding. Set it, forget it, and ride!
You can learn more about eMTB mode in the video below with Jonathan Weinert from Bosch.
Also in the video are some new eMTBs from Moustache, Lapierre, BULLS, Cannondale, Riese & Muller, KTM, Trek, IZIP, and Haibike.
In addition there are videos of: