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To provide a comfortable and practical solution for consumers and trade, ZIV and GRS Batterien developed in 2010 a nationwide take back system.
Across the country, the German Evangelical Church Congress is the largest event, which focuses on bikes for the logistics during the periods of preparation and realisation. Now, several manuals were published (only available in German), giving inspiration and support for using the bicycling within the context of major public events.
From now on, the 2,500 jobholders can purchase a "JobRad" via their employer and benefit from attractive conditions.
In 2012 - for the first time - the European statistical office Eurostat reports import figures of pedelecs and draws conclusion on the number of pedelecs sold in the EU.
With publication in the Federal Law Gazette (Bundesgesetzblatt) No. 43 of 31th July 2013 entered the Forty-eighth street traffic regulations in force, including the revised paragraph 1 of Section 67 of the road traffic licensing regulations.
A new publication entitled "To cycle electric or not to cycle…" presents answers to the 20 most frequently asked questions related to the purchase, use and maintenance of pedelecs.
The Swiss Federal Council has set new rules for electric bicycles that allow for 500 Watt motors instead of the current 250 Watt.
Brompton Dock is accessible for anyone who would like to hire a British hand-made folding Brompton bike. Brompton Dock is growing rapidly and spreading throughout the UK. Brompton Dock aim to reach 17 locations by the end of 2012. International expansion is the next step.
The city of Cascais put two e-bike docking stations in use for their e-bike sharing program which were donated by Donauer Solar Systems.
11.8 million bikes were produced by the 27 EU member countries, about one million less than 2008. Compared to 2008 about 1.3 million fewer bikes were sold.
25 fact sheets are about infrastructure planning, promotion of cycling, and pedelecs. The PRESTO-Project promotes cycling in Europe.
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) project aims at transforming bicycle use in Copenhagen, promoting urban sustainability and building new connections between the city's cyclists.
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