Brompton Recalls Thousands Of E-Bikes Due To Safety Bug – Here’s What To Do

Brompton has recalled thousands of folding electric bikes after discovering a firmware issue that could cause the system to fail. The motor on a Brompton electric bike usually doesn’t start until you pedal, but the software flaw means it could continue to run even after you stop. The problem is …

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Ride out: how the #BikeLife movement reclaimed the streets of London for its youth

“Let’s go!” screams a voice, then another, and another. All of a sudden, a growl of anticipation fills the local neighborhood. It’s like I’m attached to a roller coaster ride. The feet trample, the metal rises from the concrete, the chains whistle. A tipping point has been reached, with the …

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Rotorua Adaptive Mountain Biking ‘Give It A Go’ Day to bring freedom to people with disabilities

Monday July 19, 2021, 2:58 p.m.Press release: Adapt the mountain bike In recent years, the rise of electric ATVs and tricycles has made it possible for people with physical disabilities to return to or to try mountain biking for the first time, a recreational activity that they can enjoy with …

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Dad Barrow’s anger as his son’s bike is stolen in the garden

A MAN spoke of his anger after his 11-year-old son’s bicycle was stolen from his home. James Dowds said his £ 900 orange Voodoo mountain bike was also stolen, but the main cause for concern was his son’s charcoal gray Carrera junior mountain bike. “He’s really upset about it because …

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Turboant X7 Pro: foldable electric scooter that can commute between heavy adults

Turboant X7 Pro is a rugged electric scooter that promises a daily commute that can accommodate a heavy adult to and from different locations around the city, providing a new means of transportation focused on zero emissions. (Photo: Turboant X7) Most devices promise that these types of features are either …

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Mechanical doping allegations resurface at Tour de France

The specter of mechanical doping has resurfaced again on the Tour de France following a report citing several anonymous riders claiming to have heard “strange noises” in the rear wheels of a number of the team’s bikes during the race. An article published by the Swiss newspaper Time Thursday alleged …

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Bike and scooter shares appear throughout TC. Why hasn’t the trend spread to Stamford?

STAMFORD – Bikes took over New Haven for two years. Electric scooters have hit the pavement in Bridgeport starting in the summer of 2020. A fleet of 250 scooters has appeared in downtown Hartford on Earth Day. Short-term bicycle and scooter rental companies have taken Nutmeg State by storm. Still, …

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Cyclists Install New Trail That “Will Last” at Ridgefield’s Pierrepont State Park

RIDGEFIELD – A group of local cyclists have come together to install a new trail in Pierrepont State Park that would connect the local to nearby trails and reduce danger in parts. Jeremiah Boobar, manager of Cannondale Bikes, and Mike Malwitz, president of the Fairfield County chapter of the New …

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Cyclocross riders claim medals at 2021 U.S. National Mountain Cycling Championships

Cyclocross racers claim medals in Winter Park, Colorado Last week was the 2021 United States National Mountain Bike Championship. Runners of all categories showed up to take up the challenge. Of course, some top cyclocrossers have traded in their skinny crampons for rubber and bigger suspensions to bring gear home. …

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7 Best Bike Suitcases For Air Travel: Compare & Save (2021)

the SciCon Aerotech Evolution X TSA Case features a sturdy composite for maximum protection, but it’s also one of the lightest bike travel cases on the market. By nature, composites are stronger than steel and other hard materials and resist corrosion for longevity. They are also quite light, which makes …

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