A Nippy, Natty Bike For Daily Commute
Irish Daily Mirror|September 16, 2021
Latest figures from the Motorcycle Industry Association show sales of electric bikes rose a massive 188% for the year to the end of August compared to 2020.
Fraser Addecott

That means a huge 3,848 battery-powered bikes have been sold already this year.

As Tony Campbell, chief executive of the MCIA said: “I am running out of words to use that describe the market growth we are experiencing.”

In the 4-11kw or 125ccequivalent class, sales have increased by 93% this year.

Falling into this category is the Horwin EK3, which is distributed in the UK by Artisan Electric.

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