Electric Bike

Swagtron adds three e-bike models, including folders and youth fat bike

COSTA MESA, Calif. (BRAIN) — Swagtron, best known for its electric rideables, is expanding its cycling line with the introduction of three new electric bikes, including two folding e-bikes and a youth electric fat-tire mountain bike

Boogaloo e-MTB race series expands for 2018

IRVINE, Calif. (BRAIN) — The Boogaloo eMTB Race Series presented by Troy Lee Designs and Bosch eBike Systems is expanded for 2018 with more race venues and race categories.  The Series kicks off on May 12-13 at Vail Lake, a high-desert racing and camping resort near Temecula, California

Arizona Legislature passes e-bike bill

MONTEREY, Calif. (BRAIN) — Arizona will become the ninth state in three years to enact the industry’s model e-bike legislation if, as expected, Gov

ANA adds Haibike to its omnichannel program with launch of e-commerce site in US

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (BRAIN) — Accell North America has added its Haibike e-bike brand to its omnichannel program with the launch of an e-commerce site for the brand

First quarter wholesale bike sales up 2.4% thanks to e-bikes and gravel bikes

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — The U.S

Interbike registration opens; show announces new exhibitors

Show organizers say they have commitments from Cannondale, Pivot Cycles, KHS and other major bike brands.

Pedego opens its 119th store, in Mexico City

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. (BRAIN) — Pedego’s newest store is now open in Mexico City, becoming the e-bike company’s 119th location.  The store is co-owned by husband-and-wife Juan Pablo Michelsen and Mercedes Aranazabal, who discovered Pedego electric bikes while living in Boston as graduate students.

Gazelle launches ambassador program in US cities

SANTA CRUZ, Calif.

Yamaha soft-launching line of house-brand e-bikes at show

LAS VEGAS (BRAIN) — Yamaha, known for its motorcycles and powersports products, is raising the curtain — halfway, at least — on a new, four-model line of electric bikes that it will launch in the United States and Japan early next year.  Yamaha is displaying only prototypes at its booth at the Interbike show this week, and won’t publicly disclose spec and other details until a formal product introduction later this year. Company officials call the Interbike presence more of a “brand launch” than a product launch, and those looking for detailed information will be disappointed. At Interbike, interested retailers can learn more specifics under a nondisclosure agreement so they can include Yamaha in their 2018 buying plans

Focus USA is all in here at the last Interbike show in Vegas.

With an eye on growth in North America, Focus USA returns to Interbike  LAS VEGAS (BRAIN) — The company is exhibiting both at OutDoor Demo (Booths D3140 and D2010) and at Mandalay Bay (Booth 21207) and sponsoring the first e-MTB Challenge at CrossVegas. Additionally, the brand’s founder flew over for the first time from Germany to experience the show.   Predominately known for its cyclocross and road bikes, Focus was founded in Germany in 1993 by cyclocross world champion Mike Kluge