Brose is the leading automotive manufacturer of electric bike motors, based in Germany, with operations running in over 23 countries and over 40 electric-bike manufacturing partners worldwide. Brose motors and drives have an incredible power range which allows them to make e-bikes capable enough to be the ideal choice for tasks ranging from mountain hikes to gliding effortlessly through heavy traffic in urban areas.
The Trekking 11G is suitable for city riding as well as mountaineering with it’s top-of -the-range Brose S motor.
You may be intrigued by the recent surge in Electric bike use and are now looking to make a purchase but you’re unsure on a few things, don’t worry, we have all the answers for you in this article.
Varying factors can affect the battery life of an electric bike, including the weather, terrain, weight, style of bike, and more.
Picking the right bikes, starting slow, and avoiding punctures. These tips can help you have more fun and ride safer this summer.
The Government are pushing for a greener, healthier future, utilising electric bikes as part of the incentive.
You could even get a third off your next e-bike purchase! The government ‘gear change’ strategy, could mean cheaper e-bikes for all.
Electric bikes, e-Bikes, pedelecs, however you may have heard them be called, you could not have missed their recent popularity surge.
So what now? You’ve chosen your electric bike, you’ve taken it for a spin, love it but can’t help notice the dirt it’s picked up along the route. It makes you question how to care for your electric bike. Here’s the low down from our experts here at 50 Electric Bikes
50 Electric Bikes are delighted with the new long-term advocacy goal of the Bicycle Association to help with the initiation of an e-bike incentive scheme, which is moving towards implementation as we speak. This Dft Statement mentions Electric Bikes and provides us with some extra details and is quoted saying the following: “There is also […]
Bicycle repair shops must remain open as long as possible, to ensure that transport for essential workers and last-mile deliveries is maintained