A foldable e-bike to promote sustainable travel in the city. This is the main objective of eBfolding, presented by the Vicenza-based company Askoll and just landed in the electric bicycle market. A two-wheeled folding, light and compact size to make it easier to transport on public transport.

Technical features
eBfolding electric bike weighs only 19 kg, it has 20" wheels but it is resistant and can reach a maximum speed of 25 km / h and has a range of 70 km with a single charge, sufficient to cover the distances within the city. Askoll explains that eBfolding is also equipped with an on-board computer that gives information on speed and autonomy and allows you to select the assistance level of the engine.

Time and costs for charging
How long does it take to recharge? To go from 0 to 100% it needs five hours. Just connect to any electrical outlet.

eBfolding electric bike is available at a price of € 1,090 (1,334 US Dollar).

Fast, comfortable, green. The bicycle is confirmed as the preferred way to move around the big cities and the "bike to work" is becoming more and more established as a new trend.



The two new electric scooters from NIU manufacturer: NQi GTS and UQi GT are both available in two versions: Pro and Sport. The new NQi GTS Pro electric scooter is designed for intense urban mobility, in need… Continue reading

Bird's electric scooters are now available in many European cities. And, if comments made by a micro-mobility supplier in the United States are to be believed, electric scooters are also widely utilized - unless they have just landed up in… Continue reading

The Norwegian company CityQ will be presenting its electric light vehicle at the "E-mobility Reinvented" in April at Berlin. CityQ electric vehicle is a mix between an e-bike and a car. The so-called LEV (Light… Continue reading

Living more sustainably should be a focus for all of us in 2021, whether that means making adjustments in our everyday lives, consumption, or even our method of transportation. Our traditional fossil fuel modes of transportation must be replaced with greener… Continue reading