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The Electric Bike Podcast from EVELO
13 minutes | Nov 28, 2019
Giving for the Holiday Season with Andrew Forman
Americans are generous. In 2018, for example, it was estimated that as a nation, Americans gave more than $427 billion to charities. As impressive as that number is, when adjusted for inflation, it actually represents a slight decline in giving, according to a 2019 Giving USA report. What’s more, it may be the case that while the total amount of donations is rising, the number of individuals giving may be down slightly. There are certainly many factors that impact why and how folks donate, but could part of the problem be that the act of giving — entering a payment card, finding the proper branch of the charity, and ensure the donation is processed properly — is too complex. This is the problem that Givz hopes to address. The company provides a platform to facilitate giving. There specialty is in letting businesses give customers “Givz Cash” that can be used to donate to any registered charity in the United States. For this episode of The Electric Bike Podcast from EVELO, you will hear from Andrew Forman, Givz’ CEO.
19 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
Building a Better E-bike Transmission
Enviolo sells one of the most advanced bicycle transmissions in the world. And its best trick is that it simply makes riding your electric bike better. That doesn’t mean learning about how a continuously variable transmission works isn’t interesting and engaging, because it is. In fact, that is why we invited David Hancock from Enviolo to join us for The Electric Bike Podcast from EVELO.
21 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
Podcast: Noa Banayan Discusses E-bikes on Public Lands
In August, 2019, the US Department of Interior laid out a framework that could allow folks riding electric bicycles, greater access to public land. Including lands managed by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management. This could be great news for those of us who ride electric bikes. In this episode of The Electric Bike Podcast from EVELO, we're going to speak with Noa Banayan, who is the federal affairs manager at People for Bikes. Noa helps explain the forthcoming, electric bike access policies. - https://www.evelo.com/blog/ - https://peopleforbikes.org/
19 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
Better Bike the Car Alternative
If an electric bike had a crazy, nerdy cousin, it might be a pedal-assisted velomobile or minicar. These unusual vehicles combine electric bike components with a car's protective body, windshield and other systems. A great example a velomobile or minicar is the PEBL from Better Bike, a Massachusetts-based company that's trying to popularize these environmentally-friendly, fun-to-use alternatives to the car. In this episode you will meet Nevin Murray, who is the co-founder and chief operating officer at Better Bike, and Erin Cotter Cartwright, who is the marketing director at Better Bike. https://www.better.bike/
25 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
Renée Moore Encourages Cycling
Electric Bikes are contagious, once you have tried one, and conquered the worst hills in your neighborhood it is natural to want to tell your friends about it. You want them to experience the fun of riding an electric bike, or really any bike. Well, In this episode, we are going to be speaking with Renée Moore who is the program director for Bike Arlington in Virginia. Be sure to check out The Electric Bike Buyer's Guide, https://www.evelo.com/buyers-guide/
16 minutes | Aug 22, 2019
Jonathan Lansey Makes Bicycles Honk
If you are like many of our listeners you both ride a bike and drive a car. So have you ever been on your bike and had a sudden urge to honk? Maybe someone was about to pull out in front of your or back into the bike lane without looking. Sure you could ding a bell, but it would simply not do. You wanted to honk. In this episode, we are going to speak with Jonathan Lan-C the founder of the LoudBicycle horn company.
32 minutes | Aug 9, 2019
Seth Weintraub, Publisher and Rider
Seth Weintraub rides his electric bike daily. Whether it is a trip to the gym or a visit to a local store, he does his best to replace automobile trips with e-bike trips, to get a little exercise, and sometimes even beat the cars stuck in traffic or hunting for a parking space. In this episode, we are going to learn a bit more about Seth Weintraub and get his opinion on why electric bikes are interesting and important. Hear what he thinks makes a good electric bike. Oh, and Seth’s opinion does matter. He is an award-winning journalist, publisher, and entrepreneur with a significant amount of influence.
32 minutes | Aug 1, 2019
Bill Cummings Rides in Traffic
Like it or not, when you ride your e-Bike (or conventional bicycle), you will encounter traffic, road hazards, and certainly other folks. This is true whether you're taking a recreational ride, running an errand, or commuting, so it's pretty important to ride carefully and safely in traffic. In this episode of The Electric Bike Podcast from EVELO, Bill Cummings talks about how to safely ride a bicycle in traffic. You'll learn about the rules of the road, taking the lane, and all about a right hook.
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