Pedego Element launched as company’s lowest priced electric bike ever

Pedego’s most popular electric bicycle models usually fall in the $3,000+ range, but the company’s newest e-bike is priced at just half of those figures. Rolling into bike shops today, the Pedego Element is a shot across the bow of the major value-oriented e-bike companies.

Pedego Element e-bike launched

The Pedego Element is listed at just $1,495, which is pricing territory currently dominated by rival Rad Power Bikes.

But Pedego is hoping that its network of over 120 retail locations in the US will give it a leg up in this new market.

That advantage could be important, especially since the specs don’t necessarily place the Pedego Element above and beyond other offerings in the field.

As a Class 2 e-bike, the Pedego Element includes both a hand throttle and pedal assist, with both offering a top speed of 20 mph (32 km/h).

pedego element

The 500W rear hub motor is powered

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Sorry, the World’s Biggest Bike Maker Can’t Help You Buy a Bike Right Now

TAICHUNG, Taiwan — Because gyms are closed and we could all use a little more exercise; because we are avoiding buses and trains; because we are in need of outdoor group activities; or perhaps just because the pandemic has made us crave simple pleasures like the wind against our faces, bicycle sales are soaring around the world.

The result has been an international bike shortage. And the world’s largest bike maker, Giant, expects its supplies to remain tight for some time to come.

After President Trump started his trade war with China in 2018, Giant moved some of its manufacturing for the American market from China to the company’s home base in Taiwan to avoid the added tariffs. The next year, the European Union imposed antidumping duties on electric bikes from China, so Giant began making those in Taiwan, too.

But when the pandemic caused demand for bikes to jump,

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The Great Bike Shortage: How The Pandemic Caused a Bicycle Boom and a Worldwide Shortage – Press Release

Coronavirus has affected everyone in the world, but it may come as a surprise of how it has impacted the cycling industry. Bike shops are currently seeing a boom in sales, as people are rushing to get on two wheels.

The biggest sellers are entry-level bikes that are mainly used for commuting and fitness. This is because the pandemic has changed the way people live, either temporarily or permanently.

Who Is Buying The Bikes?

The people that are buying these bikes are people that are now reluctant to use public transport, as they want to be distanced from the crowds.

Another reason cycling has gained in popularity is that group activities and sports are not as available or as appealing as they were. Therefore, people are turning to two wheels as a socially distanced way of exercising.

Unfortunately, other people have had to find cheaper ways to get around, due

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Anthony Jolly of Springfield injured crashing illegal dirt bike into car; police find him with unlawful gun, counterfeit money

SPRINGFIELD — A 31-year-old city man was seriously injured Tuesday night when he crashed an unregistered off-road motorcycle into a car at Oakland and Dickinson streets, police said.

Police spokesman Ryan Walsh said the man, Anthony Jolly of Northampton Avenue, suffered serious injuries when he was thrown about 15 feet after impact. Jolly was not wearing a helmet.

He was taken to Baystate Medical Center for treatment, where he was being held overnight, Walsh said. Once he is released, he faces several charges.

Just before the 8 p.m. crash, Jolly is said to have sped past a police cruiser that was traveling on Dickinson Street, Walsh said. He attempted to run a red light at Oakland and Dickinson when he hit the car, Walsh said.

Police found a loaded gun at the scene that they say was in Jolly’s possession but fell to the ground after impact. They also found

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City Of Fairfax Seeking Input On The Bike Fairfax City Bicycle Transportation Plan

The City of Fairfax is seeking input on the Bike Fairfax City bicycle transportation plan. This plan is being developed to help identify a comprehensive bicycle network and prioritize projects to connect this network with on- and off-street bicycle facilities. Whether you currently ride a bike in Fairfax City, are interested but concerned about safe bicycle routes, or have ideas about how bicycles, pedestrians, and vehicles can share the city’s roads and trails more comfortably, we want to hear from you.

The city is obtaining input through a short survey and an interactive map available online:

The city’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan envisions a “Green Ribbon” network that connects neighborhoods, provides more transportation options, and improves access to key destinations like schools, transit centers, and commercial and activity centers. The Bike Fairfax City plan will help advance this vision by identifying gaps and prioritizing projects to expand the network. Potential

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Bike Miami Valley, Bergamo Center named Bicycle Friendly Businesses

The League of American Bicyclists recognized Bike Miami Valley with a Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business award. CONTRIBUTED

The League of American Bicyclists recognized Bike Miami Valley with a Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business award. CONTRIBUTED



Bike Miami Valley has been at the forefront of advocacy and promotion of cycling for half a century. From developing events like the Miami Valley Cycling Summit to creating opportunities to ride with the addition of the Link Dayton Bike Share program, cycling is always center stage. Bike Miami Valley also has the current distinction of being the only platinum designated Bicycle Friendly Business in the state and one of only 71 nationwide.

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The Bicycle Friendly America Program provides recognition and guidance for states, communities, universities and businesses in their efforts to enhance their bicycle-friendliness. And while much has changed since these businesses applied for the awards in February, some things remain constant.

The League of American Bicyclists recognized Bike Miami Valley with a Platinum Bicycle Friendly Business award. CONTRIBUTED

The League of American Bicyclists recognized Bike Miami

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Looking for a bike? Columbia Borough Police Department to hold bicycle auction

Amid a national bicycle shortage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, there is a local opportunity for central Pennsylvanians to get some new wheels.

The Columbia Borough Police Department is hosting a bicycle auction Saturday morning to benefit the department’s Bike Patrol.

Officials said around 55 bicycles will be auctioned. The inventory of bikes are from those that were picked up off the street, lost or stolen and were never claimed, according to officials.

The department only offered 20 on-site bidder spots due to state group gathering limits, all of which have been filled.

However, bidders still have an opportunity to snag a new ride. The auction will be live-streamed on Facebook.

Bidders must pay via PayPal or credit card; no cash will be accepted. The auction beings at 9 a.m.

The bicycles bought at the Columbia Borough Police Bike Auction can be picked up on Sadie Lane behind the Columbia

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New Bicycle Bike Cycling Roswheel Frame Pannier Bag Front Tube Bag Phone Cell 100g Green


Overall Rating (based on real customer reviews): 4.3 out of 5 stars
4.3 out of 5 stars

Features and Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: JFLY
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4x4x3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds
  • Package:1x bag
  • Can stick on the tube
  • Colour:Green
  • Material:600D Polyester fiber
  • More features

Here are some REAL customer reviews:

“Much better than expected”

I didn’t expect much for the price and what I got in return was much better. The best thing about this top tube bag is that it fits my 4.3” cell phone and I’m able to use the touchscreen through the plastic without any problems. Thus, during a ride, I…Read more

“Does the job”

As simply a bike pack, assuming there was not phone display, I would rate this product 2 stars. The three attachment straps are all much too long for my road bike, so I had to customize them a little bit. Assuming you have some very amateur skill

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Ride a bike and help the environment while losing carbon emmissions :


Bicycle for a Day is my effort to help protect the environment, improve personal
health, and have fun with my friends and family. Our mission is to help empower
individuals with tools which they can use in their everyday lives to make a
measurable, tangible difference to our community, our environment and our
personal health.

There are dozens of things each of us can do that have an immediate, positive
impact on the environment. Bicycling is one. Here are some facts about

  • The average person loses 13 pounds their first year of commuting by bicycle.
  • 3 hours of cycling per week can reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke by
  • In 1964, 50% of kids rode to school and the obesity rate was 12%. In 2004, 3%
    rode to school and the obesity rate was 45%.
  • The United States could save 462 million gallons of gasoline
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