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Video of an ignited Lime Bike in Seattle surfaced on Reddit not long after a fire broke out in the company's warehouse.
The prices have gone up by as much as 339% in cities like Providence, Rhode Island.
I thought e-bikes were a gimmick, but the $1,350 Schwinn Monroe has changed my mind — here’s what it’s like to ride
At first, I was hesitant to try e-bikes, but I tried the Schwinn Monroe 250 and it changed my mind. Here's what I thought after riding it.
This founder once tried to compete with Android and iOS. Now, he’s taking on Uber and Lyft with a new e-bike startup that just raised $20 millio...
Bond Mobility has raised $20 million in Series A funding from DENSO's New Mobility Group, which includes Toyota and Softbank.
Lyft pulls thousands of e-bikes from New York, Washington D.C. and San Francisco streets after some riders experience ‘stronger than expected br...
The e-bikes were included in Lyft's acquisition of Motivate last year.
I tested a $7,000 electric bike that looks like a vintage motorcycle to see if it’s worth the steep cost — here’s the verdict
The Tracker S is exceptionally well-balanced to ride. It has the bulk to be aggressive in corners without unsettling the frame. The brakes are great, inspiring confidence. And the acceleration is smooth and snappy.
Uber wants to know if people will subscribe to its e-bike service, but it could end up costing just as much as buying your own wheels
Uber-owned Jump Bikes sent an email to users announcing the launch of a subscription service called Jump+. At $11.99 per week the subscription would be a yearly expense of over $600, making it as expensive as buying an e-bike. Uber says JUMP+ is not live and the email was to gauge customer interest.
Sondors launched the bike in February 2015 after highly successful campaigns on crowdfunding sites Kickstarter and Indiegogo. He raised a combined $12 million.