French startup Gouach claims to have developed the world’s first mass-produced e-bike with replaceable and repairable lithium-ion batteries that can be fully repaired in less than 10 minutes.
Batteries on the market today can simply be recycled by simply replacing all the battery cells inside the battery compartment and spot welding all new batteries together in the same configuration, rather than trying to replace a single faulty battery, which results in about 80% of The battery was scrapped prematurely.
The current “melting” or “shredding” form of recycling can only recover 50%-70% of battery raw materials respectively, which is obviously not the best way to deal with it. And Gouach launched a more ideal battery recycling program. The company claims that the innovative battery developed by itself has been patented for spot welding technology and intelligent battery management system BMS. Once a battery failure is identified, it can be safely replaced within 10 minutes with just a screwdriver.
Gouach said that for safety reasons, only the Gouach technical team is allowed to carry out battery repairs, and the next step will be to establish a repair network.
Rick Adams as new CEO of LeMond Bicycles
LeMond Bicycles recently announced Rick Adams as the company’s new CEO. Rick Adams has over 30 years of sports management experience, having previously worked for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee for 11 years.
LeMond Bicycles was founded by American car legend Greg LeMond. Greg LeMond was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia last month.
In the past two years, LeMond Bicycles has mainly focused on the field of electric bicycles, and has successively released two urban-style carbon fiber e-bike, Dutch and Prolog.
Greg LeMond said: “We design bikes that have the power to change entire industries and the lives of cyclists, and the addition of Rick Adams at this time will ensure we build a company that can serve an important market.
The trend toward fully integrated wiring in e-bike designs is in full swing, leading Higo, the leading electric bicycle connector manufacturer, to introduce the smallest line of signal connectors on the market. This new series of micro M is designed for connections such as displays, switches, actuators and sensors, and its main feature is the use of crimp contacts instead of soldered contacts.
Decathlon recently released a new concept electric bicycle Magic Bike, “using innovative technology to help commuters in the present and the future”, which attracted the attention of many people for a while.
Decathlon said that safety, simplicity and ease of use are the characteristics of Magic Bike, which adopts a futuristic integrated design appearance, with strong connectivity and automation functions. The Magic Bike uses a mid-mounted motor, and a fully enclosed belt drive. Featuring a modular integrated battery, three batteries with a range of 19, 37 or 56 miles can be combined in any combination.
The bike can be locked or unlocked automatically when the owner approaches, and the bike will also be automatically locked when the chainstays are lowered.
Swiss start-up electric bicycle brand OPIUM launched two long-range electric bicycles 6.0 and 4.0 this summer, with a cruising range of about 340 kilometers.
Both OPIUM 6.0 and 4.0 are equipped with 850W motors, and the difference between the two models is the drivetrain and body accessories. OPIUM can be said to be full of skill points for cruising range. Both models have a braking energy recovery function, which can convert part of the energy during braking into electricity for power again. What’s more, OPIUM can install two fast batteries. Both 6.0 and 4.0 have a standard 1670Wh battery. In addition, users can also choose a 470Wh battery, which is also the focus of achieving 340 kilometers of battery life.
How to Ride an Electric Bike: What You Need to Know Life is like riding a bike, but there are a lot of things to look out for when thinking about how to ride an e-bike. Here are some top tips to keep you safe and having fun on your first e-bike ride.
Cycling is fun. Riding an electric bike is also fun. However, despite their obvious similarities, riding an e-bike can provide a slightly different experience than a regular bike due to the characteristics of pedal assist and electric motors. So you might be wondering how to ride an electric bike.
Cycling, electric or not, is good for your health and the health of the planet. Few things in this world can be both funny and impactful in such a dramatic way.
In the United States, less than 1% of trips are made by bicycle. Even changing that number to a modest 6 percent would be a win, according to a recent paper from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It is estimated that 28,000 cardiovascular disease cases and 22,000 diabetes cases will be reduced annually in 6% of travel. According to the same paper, a 15% bicycle share of trips in major U.S. metros would mean 40,000 fewer deaths per year.
These numbers are huge and don’t even touch on climate issues. If bike travel replaces car travel, the benefits are equally huge. You can be a part of this change simply by making interesting choices, and huge improvements to the best e-bikes in recent years mean that choosing to replace car travel is easier than ever.
Electric bikes are bicycles, but they do have some differences. It was a big purchase and a whole new experience. It’s worth making this choice, but you want to stay safe while having fun, staying healthy, and saving the planet. Read on for some tips on how to ride an electric bike.
Riding an electric bike is a different experience because of the speed involved. Not all regular cyclists ride at the speeds that an e-bike can achieve. This is especially true in the US, where Class III bikes can go as fast as 26 mph, but also at lower speeds than you might expect. Even if you’re riding at a pace you’re comfortable with, it’s one thing to work hard and move fast, but it’s a very different feeling to have the motor pull you to accelerate quickly and you have to do very little work.
Different types of bikes have different solutions to provide power. Read about what to expect first. Some e-bikes feel a lot like regular bikes. Torque-based sensors tend to provide this more natural feel. If this is the kind of bike you have, it’s still a good idea to start with a low level of assistance so you can expect an experience that isn’t too different from what you know.
Be more careful if you have a rhythm-based system. Some cadence-based assist systems will pull your tempo as soon as you start turning the pedals. Physically, this is the easiest to ride, but takes the most getting used to. On flat ground, a low assist level might mean around 12 mph/20 km/h, and you’ll get to that speed pretty quickly.
It’s a good idea to start with a flat, open area. Electric bikes are heavier, and because of their heavier weight, it’s harder to shift gears without riding. If possible, take the back of the bike and turn the pedals a few times while shifting to a simple gear. Start with absolutely no help. When you feel stable and comfortable, let the bike move and turn on the assist. This process will help you feel in control when assistance begins.
However, due to the weight of the e-bike, it may not be possible to shift gears and start riding without electric assist. If you need electric assist to start, go ahead. Pay attention to the direction of the bike. Make sure it’s clear and you’ll be able to focus on the ride. Make sure the electric assist is at the lowest setting and you know where the brakes are. Also, make sure you know which is the front and rear brakes.
Know your brakes Electric bikes are heavier than non-electric bikes. That weight combined with higher speed makes braking a real thing. You want to make sure you understand the brake feel on your bike and which brake lever. The first thing to know about a new e-bike is what kind of brakes you have. It’s actually a good thing to look for when shopping, but once you have a bike, be sure to check it out. Mechanical disc brakes stop by pulling on a cable that is closed by the caliper. There is a physical connection between the brake levers, and the harder you pull, the stronger the braking force. If you have hydraulic disc brakes, the only connection between the lever and the caliper is fluid.
Once you understand the brakes, you can check the settings. With the bike stationary, pull the brake lever. The lever should engage the caliper before reaching the handlebar. Does the engagement happen in a place that leaves room for touch when you want to slow down a bit? Would it be comfortable to pull hard if I needed to make an emergency stop? If it doesn’t feel right, open the manual to see how to adjust it, or take it to your local bike shop.
The next thing to check is which lever is for the front wheel and which is for the rear wheel. You never want to just use the front lever, the strongest braking will come from using both brakes at the same time. If the brakes are less aggressive, you can just use the rear brake, but make sure you know which lever controls which brake.
Once you start riding, you’ll want to hear the screeching sound between the brake pads and the disc rotors. If there is friction, you may need to adjust the distance between the pads and rotors, or the alignment of the calipers. Brake discs may also bend during transport. To check for a bent rotor, spin the wheel while focusing on a single point on the brake rotor. If it wobbles, it needs to be straightened or replaced.
Read more about how to tune your bike’s disc brakes Aside from the intricacies of knowing your brakes and making sure they work, there are a few more details to consider with e-bikes. Heavy bikes run faster and take longer to slow down. Make sure you may need extra time when you consider stopping your e-bike. For your safety, it’s best to take some time to practice before entering traffic.
Ford Motor Company of the United States showed a concept e-bike called the E-Bike. Despite Ford’s statement that they don’t plan to sell the bike right now, there’s still a lot of interest in its appearance. The e-bike has many distinctive features, such as the lack of a crossbar in front of the seat, making it a universal style for both men and women. Plus, even though this is actually an e-bike, all of its drive equipment is hidden—its motor is hidden in the axle bracket of the front wheel, and the battery is hidden inside the frame of the bike. So at first glance people would think that this is a normal bicycle, because it is indeed designed with pedals. But the most notable aspect of this bike is its front-facing display, which is actually a Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone inside. Not only does it have all the functionality of a smartphone, it also acts as the cyclist’s interface to the bike’s built-in systems.
In the introduction at the auto show site, Ford Motor Company staff said that the display can provide three modes for cyclists to choose from: economy, comfort or sport. It can adjust the tightness of the display connection according to different environments, so as to adapt to different environments, such as bumps, roadside or ordinary streets and so on. It can also act as an information display, prompting some fault information of the bicycle, and can also display the remaining battery power of the vehicle, or display various parameters such as speed and riding distance.
The electric bike can travel at speeds of up to 25 kilometers per hour and weighs just 5.5 pounds (2.5 kilograms). It can travel an average of about 85 kilometers on a single charge, which means riders can turn on the GPS navigation system on the front display, choose their route carefully, and enjoy a pleasant ride.
Ford has also added magnetostrictive susceptors to the car, a method they say they learned from the design of Formula 1 cars. This technology can convert magnetic energy into kinetic energy, and can also convert it in reverse. These sensors detect the rotation of the bearing and enable seamless conversion of pedal kinetic energy into electrical energy.
This conceptual design product is part of Ford’s “Quality of Life” series of products, which also includes sunglasses, watches, jackets, gloves and other daily necessities. Such conceptual product demonstrations are intended to demonstrate Ford’s ability to design and produce cutting-edge technological concepts.
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