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E-bike subscription service Dance closes $17.7M Series A, led by HV Holtzbrinck Ventures

E-bike subscription service Dance closes .7M Series A, led by HV Holtzbrinck Ventures Three months on since the former founders of SoundCloud launched their e-bike subscription service, Dance they are today announcing the close of a $17.7 million (€15 million) Series A funding round led by one of the larger European VCs, […]

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After lockdowns lead to an e-bike boom, VanMoof raises $40M Series B to expand globally

After lockdowns lead to an e-bike boom, VanMoof raises M Series B to expand globally E-bike startup VanMoof, has raised a $40 million investment from Norwest Venture Partners, Felix Capital and Balderton Capital. The Series B financing comes after a $13.5 million investment in May. The funding brings VanMoof’s total raised to […]

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Review: Handsome and nippy, new VanMoof e-bikes could be the shape of cities to come

Review: Handsome and nippy, new VanMoof e-bikes could be the shape of cities to come I have to admit, I was an e-bike virgin. Sure, I’d tried out Uber’s Jump bikes and similar e-bikes, but these are more like normal bikes “with a little extra help.” So when I was offered the […]

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Cake brings a Swedish take on e-motorcycle design to the U.S.

Cake brings a Swedish take on e-motorcycle design to the U.S. Cake has crafted the Swedish edition of electric motorcycle design starting in the dirt. The Stockholm based mobility startup’s debut, the Kalk OR, is a 150 pound, battery powered two-wheeler engineered for agile off-road riding and available in a street-legal version. […]

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Domino’s launches e-bike delivery to compete with UberEats, DoorDash

Domino’s launches e-bike delivery to compete with UberEats, DoorDash Domino’s will start using custom electric bikes for pizza delivery through a partnership with Rad Power Bikes, as it aims to become more competitive with on-demand apps like DoorDash, GrubHub and UberEats. Hundreds of e-bikes will be deployed across corporate-owned stores later this year […]

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Hellobike, survivor of China’s bike-sharing craze, goes electric

Hellobike, survivor of China’s bike-sharing craze, goes electric Just two years ago, investors were heavily pouring money into China’s dockless bike-sharing startups. Now that boom has busted with derelict bikes littering the streets of cities. Meanwhile, a new race has started for two-wheelers with motors — and one of the main players […]

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Harley Davidson reveals more about its push into electric vehicles

Harley Davidson reveals more about its push into electric vehicles Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More posts by this contributor Venture capital, global expansion, blockchain and drones characterize African tech in 2018 Africa Roundup: Terragon’s Asia […]

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Carbo brings its light and peppy electric bike to the U.S.

Carbo brings its light and peppy electric bike to the U.S. The Carbo is a new electric bike that weighs a mere 27 pounds and can pep up your morning commute. Created by the Montreal-based team that successfully shipped the Veco, this crowdfunded electric bike can collapse for travel and can go […]

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GM is getting into the electric bike business

GM is getting into the electric bike business General Motors said it plans to bring two new electric bikes to market next year — one folding and one compact — as the automaker makes a broader push into electrification and other ideas that try to move beyond its traditional business model of […]

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Sequoia India and Accel back on-demand scooter startup in $12.2M deal

Sequoia India and Accel back on-demand scooter startup in .2M deal Two of India’s most prominent VCs are backing a motorbike on-demand service after Sequoia India and Accel led a $12.2 million investment in Metro Bikes. Sequoia India and Accel were joined in the round by Raghunandan G, who founded TaxiForSure which sold […]

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