Plug into electric bikes and scooters and discover a greener way to get around.
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A Phoenix electric conversion kit from Crystalyte drives this Giant bike.
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The lithium-ion battery in Tres Terra’s Callisto is removable for charging.
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Tame appearance, wild power: a Phoenix electric conversion kit from Crystalyte drives this Giant bike.
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Electric bikes such as Giant’s Suede E don’t replace human power; they amplify it.
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The Forsen scooter’s 1,200-watt motor can hit a top speed of 17 mph.
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The Vectrix is one of several full-size electric scooters that manufacturers have said will soon be available in the United States.
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Skeeter’s Betterbike electric recumbent could hit 30 mph but is out of production.
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