This week on Electrek’s new Wheel-E podcast, we discuss the most popular news stories from the world of electric bikes and other nontraditional electric vehicles. This week that includes new electric bikes from VanMoof, a giant 36″ wheel electric bike for Shaquille O’Neal, high-speed standing electric scooters, a low cost highway-capable electric motorcycle for Europe, and lots more…
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- VanMoof unveils next-gen electric bikes, including novel-sized A5 with new angled frame
- Shaq’s favorite bicycle company DirtySixer unveils the largest electric bike in the world with 36″ wheels
- Bafang launches new M510 high-power lightweight electric bike mid-drive motor
- Himiway updates its popular 28+ mph Escape Pro moped-style electric bike with higher performance
- 32 MPH Ariel Rider Kepler launched as 1,800W fat tire electric bike with giant battery
- Electric motorbike maker ONYX unveils new lower-cost CTY2 model as US-built electric moped
- TS Bravo is the latest low-cost electric motorcycle with the specs and price to upend the industry
- Wolf King GT Pro review: How I reviewed a 63 mph standing electric scooter and lived to tell about it
- Awesomely Weird Alibaba Electric Vehicle of the Week: $8,000 electric boat with submarine capsule
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