It’s e-bikes vs. public transport in the Volt Commuter Comparison
Delays. Sweltering carriages. Being squashed into someone else’s armpit. Is there a smarter way to commute in the UK’s cities? Looking at cost, time and wellbeing, we pit e-bikes against buses and trains.
Electric bikes are considered one of the most environmentally friendly modes of transport. And with a continuing increase in demand for sustainable living and travel, ebikes are the perfect step to improving your fitness, well-being and carbon footprint.
We all want a commute to work that is as simple and economic as possible. Cyclescheme is an organisation striving to help you do just that! The initiative offers employee benefits that will save you at least 25% on a new bike and/or cycle accessories.
I’ve only been in London three months and yet somehow, I’ve already developed an intense dislike for the TFL notifications that pop up on my phone. Squishing yourself into a breath powered sauna, enduring an awkward closeness to strangers, as though someone turned on the lights in a club all while being propelled forward at frightening speeds means you’ve just paid for the worst carnival ride ever.
Electric Bike Report is a global outlet founded and run by professional riders. It’s one of the best ways to find out the latest news, reviews and guides on E-Bikes. Naturally, we were thrilled when EBR asked to review the VOLT™ Axis for their website.
With carbon emissions at a record high, we’re always looking to spread the word on e-bikes as an environmentally friendly solution. We’re happy to partner with Zero Emissions Network, a free-to-join network that helps individuals and businesses in London’s City Fringe area improve its air quality. Continue reading -> “VOLT™ Partners With Zero Emissions Network”
In 10 years the number of Londoners cycling to work has doubled.
“Nationwide the number of commuters getting to work by bike has grown by nearly 100,000, increasing by 14 per cent to 741,000.” According to an article in The Evening Standard by Sebastian Mann’s London is ahead of the rest of the country because cycling in the capital is such a “no brainer”.