CityQ Better than eBike

The CityQ has four 20-inch wheels ... but no chain, belt drive or derailleur
The CityQ has four 20-inch wheels … but no chain, belt drive or derailleur
CityQ

Ebikes may indeed require less pedalling effort than regular bicycles, but most still offer little in the way of cargo capacity or protection from the elements. The CityQ is designed to provide both, along with four-wheeled stability.

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Bike Costs as Much as a Car

Alutech boss Jürgen Schlender with the CNC eFanes
Alutech boss Jürgen Schlender with the CNC eFanes
Holger Thalmann

Aluminum bicycle frames are usually made of lengths of tubing, joined together at the ends by welds. The CNC eFanes electric enduro mountain bike is different, though, in that its frame is milled from solid 6061 aluminum … and it costs €15,999.90, or about US$18,630. read more

Nireeka’s New E-Fatbike

The Nireeka Prime: a (relatively) affordable high-powered ebike with a very stylish carbon fiber frame
The Nireeka Prime: a (relatively) affordable high-powered ebike with a very stylish carbon fiber frame
Loz Blain/New Atlas

There’s really nobody in the ebike world I can think of that makes bikes like Nireeka. These guys aren’t interested in stealth, or retro, or making bikes that look like anyone else’s. They work exclusively with their own carbon-fiber frames, which feature strangely flowing sci-fi designs with twisting edges and curves and angles in a style of their very own.

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