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The Smacircle S1 is an all-electric bicycle that weighs 15.4 pounds. It can travel up to 12 miles on a single charge, and it's foldable! The eBike is scheduled to hit stores in October 2017.

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MOAR Bikes company created an electric foldable all-terrain bike. eBIke uses a Samsung 48V lithium battery and can do 25 miles on a single charge.

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EV World publisher Bill Moore finds new energy in electric bikes.

Put up a box, rent out the electric bikes.

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This vehicle will get you looks, if you're into that sort of thing.

Shaeffler's Bio-Hybrid concept combines the benefits of a pedelec with the comfort of a car.

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Sparky says its autonomous e-bike will be good for deliveries.

London startup Sparky Automotive is trying to crowdfund an autonomous electric bicycle.

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The Bolt M-1 looks well on its way to production after a great beginning day on Indiegogo crowdfunding site.

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EVWorld Seeks $275,000 In Crowdfunding For Its Traveling Electric Bikes

EVWorld publisher starts a Kickstarter campaign for a new electric-assist bicycle startup.

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The No-Frills Electric Road Bike Weighs In At 26 Pounds

Maxwell Motorbikes is offering its lightweight electric bicycle through its Kickstarter campaign.

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Bicycling is a great, environmentally friendly way to get around town, but, let's face it, sometimes pedaling sucks. E-bikes are a wonderful compromise, especially for those uphill climbs, offering a bit of electronic assistance when you need it. Combine that with smart technology, a rear-view camera and gears that shift on their own, and you've got quite the two-wheel package. Build that all onto a sexy carbon fiber frame, and suddenly that four-wheeled hunk of metal sitting in your driveway se

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Garage chargers? We don't need no stinkin' garage chargers. Germany-based Feddz is getting ready to start European sales of its electric bike, and, to do so, it's touting a removable-battery system that makes garage chargers unnecessary, if not almost quaint.

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A Great Scooter Alternative For Commuters

Electric-assist bicycles continue to enter the marketplace along with electric and extended-range electric vehicles. And while they can bring tears to a cyclist's wallet without any federal or state credits to lighten the financial wallop, riding them can be addictive.

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We know we're supposed to be impartial and all that, but we have to admit to being big fans of Icon's work. Whether it's a Bronco, a Toyota FJ, a Dodge D200 or even an old DeSoto wagon, the folks at Icon never fail to transform their projects from old and busted into eminently desirable. But if their usual six-figure price tags and less-than-green footprint make you wince, allow us to point you in the direction of Icon's latest set of wheels. Only by "set," this time we mean "pair."

An experienced cyclist's first encounter with an electrified bicycle

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Electric bicycles and electric motorcycles, like the Zero, are still kind of rare. But if this video is any indication, they have a bright future. This gentleman has rigged up a bicycle with an electric motor and a 72-volt, lithium-ion nano phosphate battery in his backpack. The custom built cycle can be recharged in two hours, although it isn't clear if this is on a wall outlet or something a bit heartier.

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Simply put, the nCycle is unlike any bicycle – or electric bike – we've ever seen. Most e-bikes just add a motor to a sturdy but conventional bike. The nCycle takes the concept further, with a design that is both futuristic and functional.

At TRANSLOGIC, our love of electric vehicles isn't limited to just cars. We've covered electric-powered boats, ATVs and, of course, bicycles.

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A biker in Hong Kong shot video for 20 minutes riding an electric Brammo Enertia. Here's a few observations from viewing it, which you can do below:

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More plug-in motorcycles? We're in, says General Electric.

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The Motorcycle Safety Foundation has officially approved the electric Zero XU for use in the organization's rider training courses. The electron-powered XU offers a number of advantages for novice riders, including a low seat height, quiet operation and a direct-drive system that eliminates additional learning barriers like clutch and gearbox operation. The bikes are also extremely lightweight, tipping the scales at a mere 221 pounds with the battery pack in place.