It will take a different kind of advocacy to increase e-bike adoption in the U.S. — and the whole cycling community might be better for it.
Assembly Bill 1286 would functionally ban scooters, e-bikes and other electric-assist modes from the road — if advocates don't speak up.
A new study shows that just a 15-percent shift to electric bicycles in Portland would cut greenhouse gas emissions by 12 percent.
The Madrid Model of "slow" lanes in the middle of roads could rival the Scandinavian model of protected lanes that separate cyclists from traffic altogether — if Americans will have it.
Subsidizing e-bikes is a no-brainer in the best of times — and in a pandemic, it could be a life-saver.
From soaring ridership to major expansion, there's new evidence that reports of the micromobility industry's early death to COVID-19 may have been greatly exaggerated.