You’re bound to see more electric bikes on the road now that Shimano has released a new e-bike drive unit that’s geared (pun intended) towards the casual/commuter bike market. Continue reading “Shimano E-Bike Drive Unit”
It’s hard not to notice the chainsaw on this bike and it’s there because this bike was built specifically for the volunteers and trail builders who maintain the trails for the Trans-Cascadia Enduro. This bike was built by custom-bike-builder Jeremy Sycip of SyCip Designs and features the Shimano STEPS E-8000 Motor. The battery that helps power the motor has enough capacity to travel up to 62 miles on a single charge. Photo by Trevor Lyden.