The e-bike craze is underway, but they're still new to most cyclists. So before you trade in your regular cycle for an e-bike, you might have some questions, especially when it comes to insurance. That's what this guide is for – to answer questions you may have about e-bikes and how to insure them.
The e-bike revolution is well underway, with a growing number of cyclists using electric bikes. However, with increased usage comes a laser-sharp focus on the laws around riding them. Are the rules around e-bikes the same as regular cycles? We’ve got the answers with this guide to e-bike laws.
Covid led to increased scrutiny on cities around the world, but city planners were thinking about change long before the pandemic struck. As we head into a new normal post-Covid, what will the future of our cities bring, and will our newfound love for cycling play a major role in their evolution?
As children across the UK return to school, organisations and communities have been encouraging kids and parents to swap their car or bus for a bicycle. And Laka is fully behind them.
It is all about e-bikes at the moment, with 2021 promising to see an electronic surge for cyclists. Sales figures have increased by more than 47 per cent in the UK alone, as a growing number of people add an “e” to the front of their bike.
If you haven’t put an E in front of your bike yet, now might just be the time to do it. E-bike sales in Europe have gone from strength to strength, and they’re expected to grow from 3.7 million to 17 million by 2030. In 2018, e-bike sales surpassed regular cycle sales in the Netherlands alone.