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pedal to the metal: popularity of electric bikes growing on city roads and bike paths

by:Zhenyu      2020-02-21
Electric bikes are becoming increasingly popular around the world, including the Vancouver Metro.
They are part of the overall growth in work and leisure bike travel, which was initially linked to the growth of safe bike routes in the region, and David Mallory believes that riding an electric bike is equivalent to cheating.
When his wife Deb bought one about nine years ago, things began to change.
She thinks this is the best way to go home at the Conquest hills on the 10 th west of Vancouver.
When she climbed the hill, Mallory remembered riding his bike when he was 21
He rode his bike as fast as he could and tried to catch her.
She wins every time.
So he rode her bike.
When he started the motor, he felt like he was fighting gravity.
Mallory is hooked.
\"It\'s hard to believe I \'ve had an electric bike for so long --
\"From 2011,\" he said.
\"I didn\'t go at one time: \'I hope I didn\'t buy a bicycle.
I will never ride a bike again.
What\'s more interesting.
\"The experience of Mallory and his wife riding electric bikes on the Vancouver Metro is not unusual.
As the number of people riding bicycles to and from work and for entertainment continues to increase, the types of bicycles they use are also changing.
There are more people riding electric bikes than ever before, and electric bikes also have functional pedals.
David and Debu are 63 years old and very active.
Not only do they ride their Electronics
Cycling, swimming, tennis and golf.
David has been particularly aware of the importance of staying active in order to stop his multiple symptoms of hardening.
David Mallory has an electric bike that he and his wife Debu can ride anywhere.
Francis Georgia/png, for example, can\'t wait to get the snow to melt this year so he can use the bigger panniers (
A pair of bags or containers)
He rides his bike to carry groceries.
He estimates he rode 200 km this year.
Including several trips to Richmond.
The Mallory family has just upgraded their bikes to a new German car.
Kalkhoff bike made with CitE-Cycles.
They bought them for about $4,000.
\"You will see a lot of older people, a lot of older people riding electric bicycles,\" said Mallory . \" He retired five years ago with a disability.
\"We ride as much as we can.
We will get something back by bike to Granville Island.
This is really a big deal for us.
The growth in electric bike sales around the world is \"the largest and fastest absorption of alternative products --
According to the transport review article E-, fuel cars in the history of motorization
Mainstream bike.
China leads the world in e-commerce
Followed closely by the Netherlands and Germany.
Over 0. 15 billion in 10 years
Bicycles are sold all over the world.
The conclusion of this article is that due to the low market penetration rate in most countries, there is little evidence that the sale of electric bicycles will slow down in the coming years.
An example of e-commerce growth
The bike in Vancouver Metro is Cit-E-Cycles.
Since its opening in 2011, the company has expanded to four outlets in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley and Victoria.
Doug Sutton, sales and service manager at West Broadway Stores, said
Bicycle technology has improved over the past few years.
A large part of the market used to be modified kits to adapt regular bikes to electric bikes.
Recently, the position of the motor has been moved from the front or rear wheels to the center of the bicycle, which is powered by a chain drive.
The battery has also become more efficient.
In his store, the maximum price for electric bikes is $10,000, although Sutton said he recently had a special order for a bike for $20,000.
He said most e-commerce sweet spots
Bike sales range from $3,500 to $5,000.
From grandparents to college students, everyone is buying electronic products. bikes, he said.
A growing segment is that parents buy large, lengthened \"cargo\" bikes and pick up their children from school.
\"Most people are looking.
He said.
\"They want to ride to work or ride on gravel roads, while those with limited budgets want to buy the cheapest bikes.
Doug Sutton, Doug\'s manager. E-
Cycle the Riese and Mueller electric bikes in Vancouver. Cit-E-
Cycles is one of the larger e-bike retailers in Vancouver Metro.
Arlen Redekop/PNGErin O\'Melinn, executive director of the bicycle advocacy organization HUB marketing, said, while e-
Bicycle is one of the fastest
As the transportation market continues to grow, she is not aware of a systematic estimate of their share of the total number of subway bikes in Vancouver.
Between 2011 and 2016 people, the number of people riding bicycles to work increased from 4. 4 to 6.
According to statistics from downtown Vancouver in 2017, this ratio is 1.
There are more people working in Vancouver than any big city in the country.
Overall, 2017 reports on walking and cycling said, \"56 of Vancouver residents are more interested in cycling.
\"This marks a significant increase in the city-wide in a short period of time.
In 2014, only Vancouver residents were more interested in cycling.
O\'Melinn says research on e-bikes and other micro-bikes
Mobile devices such as scooters, mopeds and electric skateboards are in their infancy.
\"The members of HUB expressed great interest in this area and we are stepping up our efforts to learn how to effectively encourage and regulate these technologies to increase the age of opportunity for cycling, she said via email: \"Ability and type of travel. \".
Lon LaClaire, director of transportation at the City of Vancouver, believes that electric bicycles have great potential to create more bike trips.
\"We have seen the flow of goods,\" he said . \". The worker co-
He said the operation shift in East Vancouver was delivered using electronic equipmentbikes.
\"For those who don\'t have the strength or want to sweat, an email
Bicycles are an option that was not practical to them before.
. . . . . . We will look for ways to support e-commercebikes.
@ Postmedia.
The City of Vancouver has a network of 322 km kilometers of bicycles and paths, which are classified as top-level --
AAA for all ages and abilities.
The longest paragraph is 31. 5 km seawall.
• Mobi, a bike-sharing city in downtown Vancouver, started in 2016 with 250 bicycles at 23 stations.
It now has 1,250 bicycles at 125 stations.
The goal is to provide 1,500 bicycles at 150 stations.
• Bike sharing is available throughout the Vancouver Metro.
The hotel location includes Richmond, Port Moody and Port Noble Lam, and will arrive in bennabby soon.
On the north shore, the city of North Vancouver is part of an electric bike sharing program launched by the North Vancouver and West Vancouver region by June.
What is an electric bicycle? In B. C.
One electric bike is two. or three-
Wheeled vehicles with seats, functional pedals and motors up to 500 watts.
It is impossible to be gas-powered without pedaling, and it is impossible to travel more than 32 km/h on a flat ground.
Any ride e-
Bicycles must wear helmets, aged 16 or over.
Vancouver cycling: it is reported that the City of Vancouver has automatic bicycle counters in 10 places in the town, with monthly sales rounded up to the nearest thousands.
Scientific WorldJuly 2013: 167,000 July 2014: 187,000 July 2015: 195,000 July 2016: 193,000 July 2017: 227,000 July 2018: 239,000 July 2014: 2013 HawksJuly 101,000: 115,000 July 2015: * July 2016: 111,000 July 2017: 120,000 July 2018: 127,000 Burrard BridgeJan 2010: 46,000 Jan 2011: 41,000 Jan 2012: 35,000 Jan 2013: 35,000 Jan 2014: 54,000 Jan 2015: 62,000 Jan 2016: 53,000 Jan 2017: 40,000 Jan 2018: Jan: 47,000 * due to technical problems with the counter data of the automatic bicycle counter in Vancouver city, The data that cannot be obtained is available on linea move to fill the map \"burnaby\" to eliminate the unsafe bottleneck of cyclists to establish a connected bicycle network in this area, HUB Cycling, a bicycle advocacy group, said.
The safer bike route will in turn convince more people to start riding, HUB said.
The big change that Bennabi cyclists are about to usher in is on the Gilmore overpass above the Trans-Canada Highway.
Built in 1964, the overpass is one of the 400 attractions of the Vancouver Metro, identified by HUB as an obstacle to the cycling of about people.
Bennabee Council recently approved expenditure of more than $2 million to increase TransLink\'s approximately $900,000 to build a protected bike lane on the west side of the overpass by the end of the year.
Green Party MP Joe Kitley said Bennabi was able to act quickly on the project because the plan for the overpass was submitted to the council three years ago but was put on hold.
He and the elected mayor of last fall, Mike Herley, hope to do something as soon as possible to encourage bennaby\'s bike and sustainable transportation, said Mr.
\"We must go north. south and east-
On the west bike lane in benabi, \"he said.
\"We are far behind Vancouver.
\"A permanent change in the road means limiting the motor vehicle to a North Lane to create a 3 lane. 5-metre-
Wide roads for pedestrians, northbound and southbound bicycles.
The driveway will be closed from Myrtle Street to Dawn Street.
The city lobbied the province to replace the overpass, which has been hit by trucks several times since the trans-Canadian highway widened, but Victoria said in the next 20 to 25 years, it won\'t cost millions of dollars on a new SkyBridge.
\"We think it will be a stopgap and an economic way to help people,\" said Mr. gillesley on the phone . \".
\"If you want to encourage a generation of cyclists, start early.
If you want to ride a bike with your child or grandson, this new plan will make you feel completely safe.
Erin O\'Melinn, executive director of HUB Cycling, said research has shown that unsafe places, such as the one on Gilmore, are the primary reason why people don\'t encourage Cycling.
HUB calls them gap in the map-
The specific location where the bike route suddenly ends, there is no safe option for cycling.
O\'Melinn quoted data from the TransLink travel diary survey as saying that many people want to ride bicycles but are hindered by unsafe and disconnected bicycle routes.
\"There is A gap across the region and people feel insecure and there is no reasonable way to get from A to B,\" said O\'Melinn . \".
\"Imagine if the street with a car suddenly ends and you can\'t get to where you have to go and have to get off and walk.
\"It happens all the time when you ride a bike.
When we open the map, there will be safe, direct, paved bike paths in the area, allowing people of all ages and abilities to reach where they want to go.
\"HUB Biking has an interactive map that identifies the gap in the Vancouver Metro bike route.
People can help \"eliminate the gaps on the map\" by contributing $50 to eliminate the gaps near them, or commuters can tell a story about why the gaps are important to them.
HUB\'s recent success in eliminating some of the gaps on the map includes-
Way protects Surrey\'s bike lanes from 128 to 80 th Avenue, 13 th Street, and promises to match TransLink\'s $500,000 to expand commuting bike lanes, including Murrayville.
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