Tag Archives: e-bikes

With sales projected to keep rising, what more e-bikes could mean for Seattle

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is by Conor Courtney through our partnership with UW’s Community News Lab journalism course. Seattle cyclists can expect to see a substantial increase in the number of riders zipping around the city on pedal-assisted e-bikes in … Continue reading

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SunBreak: Is Seattle finally reaching the e-bike tipping point?

It seems like I’ve read the same story for several years claiming that this will be the year of the e-bike. Then every year, e-bike sales grow modestly, but nothing akin to a revolution. Seattle, with its steep hills and … Continue reading

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Capitol Hill company tries to take the hills out of riding

I wrote a story for Capitol Hill Seattle about Clean Republic, a company based out of a garage near the top of the Interlaken Blvd hill that makes electric front wheels to fit any bicycle. They will be at the … Continue reading

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