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And the winner is … Qwic … again!

This year again, LEVA-EU Member QWIC is in a winning mood. The Dutch manufacturer of e-bikes has several winning models on top of a variety of positive test reports. Qwic is not only succesful in the...

LEVA-EU E-Bike Dealer Trip is on, don’t miss out!

The first LEVA-EU E-Bike Dealer Trip to China is definitely on. More than half of the available seats are booked already, so if you are interested to join, you better register sooner rather than later. Little...

Germany allows e-scooters (PLEVs) on public roads

The German Federal Parliament (Bundesrat) has adopted an amended proposal of the government aimed at allowing e-scooters on public roads. To date, German law forbids the use of these scooters on public roads...

Giant pleas for annulment dumpingcase

Giant has introduced an application before the General Court of the European Union aimed at the annulment of the Commission’s Regulations imposing anti-dumping and countervailing duties on electric...

Tampering with electric bicycles: about the heart of the matter

In recent weeks, the Belgian, Dutch and German press in particular have been full of spectacular news about tampering with electric bicycles. The articles consisted mainly of loud allegations about large...


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The Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) and the urban mobility SOLUTIONS network are calling for cities from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America to become involved as leading city, take-up city or training participants

The SOLUTIONS network and the UEMI are looking for take-up cities to work together on the implementation of sustainable urban mobility measures. This is part of a new partnership with the European Road Transport...


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