Centre for London, the think tank dedicated to tackling issues facing the capital, published a new report in which it called on Government to legalise private and shared e-scooters, as well as outlining measures that can be taken to ensure their safe use, affordability, and accessibility.
"You could buy a car for that" is an all-too-common phrase heard by bike shop staff. While in some cases it's true, this is not comparing apples with apples. Check out what Cycling Electric had to say about retrofitting and ARCC's kit here.
As one of the most important parts of a bike, there are a few options when it comes to braking systems available. Offering both disc brakes and rim brakes, ARCC Bikes is proficient in fitting both systems. Here we outline the advantages and disadvantages of the two.
eBikes use sophisticated sensors to measure when their motors should engage and assist the rider. The two main types of sensor are those which measure cadence and torque - these offer different styles of assist and come with different price ranges. When choosing an eBike, it is important to know the difference between them.
Electric bikes are available in a range of motor power outputs, from 250W up to and beyond 750W, but in the UK, eBikes are limited to 250W. This is not to say that British-legal eBikes are less fun or useful, as there are better indicators of what an eBike's motor is like to use and ride with.