Slow and steady wins the disruption: Christensen Institute publishes paper on true EV disruptors being not high-end Teslas, but low-speed, limited range electric vehicles, “hallmarks of disruption.”
E-bikes opposite of “cheating”: Research shows e-bikes still increases heart rates, dramatically increases frequency of riding, and great for overall health.
Big auto eyes small scooter: Looking to become a true mobility company, Ford buys Spin for $40 million, as other auto manufacturers like GM and Tesla flirt with the idea of electric micromobility.
20,000-strong French e-fleet: Paris launches the largest fleet of e-bikes to combat pollution and traffic.
Big little biking startup: Chinese bike sharing company Hellobike is behind only Mobike and Ofo, now operating in 300 cities with over 20 million rides per day.
Live long and prosper: William Shatner on how his e-bike helps him stay active and enjoy the outdoors at 87.
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