banned?Shot at the intersection of two busy thoroughfares in Wuxi, Jiangsu, China, between change of traffic signals. We can see that about 80% of the two-wheeled vehicles on the roads of a typical eastern Chinese city today are electric bikes. The rest are bicycles, motorbikes are rare as they are banned by the municipal government.
but according to that link I posted,mclovin wrote:China is the land of the ebike/escooter! In terma of adoption they put western countries to shame.
UUhh, it was just a comment.sk8norcal wrote:but according to that link I posted,mclovin wrote:China is the land of the ebike/escooter! In terma of adoption they put western countries to shame.
this is govt backed forced adoption,
and it seems like the main purpose of the gas scooter ban is to force the migrant workers out of the major cities... and keep the main roads for cars..
and the range got to be very poor with those lead acid batteries..
That IS amazing. The police could have a lot of fun with these guys. A few decoy women on the street with bags containing explosive devices. The bag gets snatched, they hit the remote-control detonator...sk8norcal wrote:this is amazing footage...
That said said, people there are very happy to buy an ebike (if they can afford one) all on their own. Even if they own a car it is quite possible they have an ebike as well. I don't know that anyone has forced them. When I sold my ebike in Beijing the guy who bought it was not forced.
Hi, I would suggest a 60v, that is what I have and it is the most powerful and has the most range, yes you can modify them to run veryï»¿ fast, I have another e-bike (you can see my other videos) that can go 80km/h The batteries usually last about a year and a half, and when you replace them, you can trade in your old ones and get a discount
*bike-unfriendly = ICE motorcycle/scooter unfriendlyI head up to Huizhou to visit a subscriber, but have to dodge the traffic police in a bike-unfriendly* town on the way narrowly avoiding having the bike confiscated...