Monthly Archives: December 2013

Sustainability:Copenhagen wheel

Smart, elegant, and intelligent, being well-known for its smooth red hub, the Copenhagen wheel becomes the most beneficial treasure for urban transportation. Designed by MIT’s SENSEable City Lab, it possesses a specific feature of transforming almost every ordinary bicycle into … Continue reading

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Case Study 1: E-bike, Antidote? Poison?

There are around 120 million e-bikes on China’s roads-up from 50,000 a decade ago, making it the fast growing form of transportation in China. At first, cities embraced them as a quieter and cleaner alternative to gasoline-powered scooters. However, officials … Continue reading

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History Of Electric Bicycle

The electric bicycle dates back to around 120 years ago. Even before the first appearance of the electric bicycle, in 1867 and 1886, two inventors invited motorized bicycle that used steam engine and internal combustion engine. At the end of … Continue reading

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Electric Bicycle Category

The category of electric bicycle can be varied in different ways. Due to its legal issues, normally it is classified according to the fact that how the power is activated and controlled. Pedal Activation Motor being engaged by pedal activation, … Continue reading

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