Peter Grant from Bucks Free Press took a little time to visit the lycra free world of e-bikes.
As our ebikes increase in popularity, we’ve seen great interest from the media. Check out all our latest and archival press and media appearances by clicking on the article snippets below.
A reasonably keen cyclist in his own right, James is the Tech editor for Mighty Gadget. With the commute to his office being about 20 miles there and back, he is an ideal candidate for one of our electric bikes, could see some use in the idea of an e-bike.
Kensington Chelsea and Westminster today’s Ione Bingley prior to riding the VOLT™ Kensington admittedly was expecting a “heavy and unwieldy scooter”. She was very quickly, pleasantly surprised when the “chic” step-through Kensington appeared. Equipped with leather saddle and handlebars, fitted lights and front and back mudguards. Lone could not wait to ride the stylish e-bike.
Tech Review site Cult of Mac recently took the Pulse out to put it through its paces. Needless to say, this popular hybrid e-bike proved popular with the reviewer too! Check out what Cult of Mac had to say in this short video review…
As e-bikes keep progressing as a viable form of urban travel. The quality of bikes available continues to increase. “Cheaper and quieter than a moped, and less effort than a standard bicycle. Bike Soup Magazine sings the praises of the VOLT™ Metro for the folding bikes ability to get commuters and leisure riders around “quickly … Continue reading “BikeSoup’s Ten Best e-Bikes for 2017 Road, Commuting & Touring.”
Another great review for Infinity STEPS If you’ve glanced at our Press page recently you will have noticed that our Infinity STEPS e-bike has been getting a healthy amount of attention along with some pretty spectacular reviews! Here’s one of the latest from Road.CC and Ebike Tips journalist Dave Atkinson.
The hybrid Connect is the latest VOLT™ ebike. With a range of 70 miles on one charge and the ability to handle various types of terrain this bike is highly sought after by budding riders.