This week on Electrek’s Wheel-E podcast, we discuss the most popular news stories from the world of electric bikes and other nontraditional electric vehicles. This time that includes an unexpected unveiling of a new electric moped-style bike, new dirt jumper e-bikes from ONYX, an ultra high-speed electric unicycle, testing anti-lock brakes for electric bikes, a DIY solar-charging electric bike, Gogoro hitting a major milestone for electric motorcycle battery swapping, and lots more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- ONYX launches two high-flying and rugged mid-drive electric bikes for hardcore riding
- Did Texas-based electric powersports company Volcon just quietly unveil its first e-bike?
- This country is paying car drivers nearly $4,000 to switch to an electric bike
- Bolt Mobility abandoned electric bikes all over US cities. Here’s what’s happening to them
- First ride: We tested Bosch’s ABS for electric bikes to see if it really works
- With two solar panels and one afternoon, I made my electric bike charge from the sun
- InMotion unveils ‘fastest in the world’ 87 MPH V13 Challenger electric unicycle
- Gogoro, world leader in battery-swapping EVs, announces 500,000th subscriber
- Weird Alibaba: This $5,000 Chinese electric car feels like a scaled-up Hot Wheels car
Here’s the live stream for today’s episode starting at 9:00 a.m. ET (or the video after 10:00 a.m. ET):
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