E-bike sales could power past 1.5 million a year mark by 2050

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E-bike sales are expected to surge | Credit: Michi2873
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E-bike sales are expected to surge | Credit: Michi2873

Cycling retailer Halfords forecasts huge growth for electric-powered bicycle market will deliver environmental and health benefits

E-bike sales could surge past 1.5 million a year by 2050 as environmental, health, and cost benefits make electric-assisted peddle power an increasingly popular mode of transport in the UK. That is...

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