The next-generation electric mountain bikes and electric bicycles are coming soon.
The two-wheelers are expected to be the next big step in the evolution of the electric vehicle market, as they have been a mainstay of electric vehicles for the past few years.
But while electric bikes are expected in the next couple of years, they’re still a relatively niche market.
And electric bike manufacturers have struggled to keep up with the demand.
Now, a startup called Electricsports, based in the U.K., wants to change that.
Electricsports was founded by a former professional cyclist, and its founder, Paul Joly, has been in the bicycle industry for nearly a decade.
He says he first started cycling in the mid-2000s, and that he didn’t really care about the technology behind it at the time.
“I was interested in the concept of cycling as a leisure activity, not as a vehicle,” he told Ars in an email.
“In retrospect, I realise that I would have been very happy if I had been a cyclist.”
Joly went on to found the electric bicycle company Electricbike, and now Electricsport.
The company’s current product, a pair of electric mountain bicycles, uses a combination of sensors and software to detect when the rider is pedaling and adjust its power output accordingly.
Electricbike’s founders believe their new product will change the way electric bike owners ride.
“This is a breakthrough in the realm of electric bike technology and the development of an environmentally friendly and robust technology,” Joly said in a statement.
“We’ve shown that our technology works on both the public and private sector, and it can be scaled to any type of environment.”
The company’s founders are aiming to sell these electric bikes in Europe, the U and the U-S.
Joly believes that, as an electric bike company, Electricsires ability to make money is dependent on the success of the product.
“It’s the best of both worlds: you can sell in Europe and still profit,” he said.
“If you have a good product, you’re going to make more money.”
Electricsport says that its technology is safe and reliable, and will allow its customers to do the things they love most while maintaining the benefits of an electric bicycle.
“The biggest challenge we face is that the technology is not yet ready for mass production,” Jouss said.
“We’re working towards this.”