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The Omni Wheel By Evelo Turns Any Bicycle Into An E-bike
August 22, 2016
Electric bicycles are seeing a steady increase in popularity as manufacturers spring up to create a product, while existing companies add these powered two-wheelers to their traditional lineup. There are many approaches to creating e-bikes, but they can be broken down into two groups -- bespoke vehicles that were built from scratch, and machines designed to add power to an otherwise ordinary bike.
The Hottest Start-Up Market? Baby Boomers
August 4, 2016
New business ideas that cater to boomers are nearly endless, she said, and include chefs, online dating sites and yoga instructors for people with health issues. "There's more talent coming into the market," she said. The Mordkovich brothers initially financed Evelo with $100,000 that came from selling their previous businesses.
Review: Electric bike wheel turns bikes into e-bikes
July 25, 2016
It was a couple of years ago that Evelo first announced its Omni Wheel - a motorized wheel that replaces a regular bicycle's existing front wheel, turning that bike into an e-bike. In the past few months, however, the company introduced a new-and-improved second version. We recently tried it out.
EVELO announces the release of the OMNI wheel
June 14, 2016
US brand EVELO has announced the release of the OMNI wheel, and claim the new system has the ability to convert any bike into an e-bike in just thirty minutes. The electric conversion wheel is controlled via a throttle and provides a boost up to 17 miles per hour.
Shark Backed Electric Bike Evelo Closes Seed Round with Help from SeedInvest - Crowdfund Insider
February 17, 2016
EVELO, an electric bike startup, has closed on its seed funding round with the help of both SeedInvest and Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran's Venture Partners group. Evelo raised $750,000 with the bulk of that being crowdfunded on SeedInvest ($683,500).
Should you buy an electric bike? Your questions answered!
September 8, 2015
A few months ago we published a piece titled: Should I buy an electric bicycle? Here's everything you need to know to get started! It generated quite a bit of interest, as well as some additional questions about electric-bikes (apparently that piece didn't literally cover everything).
A Pair Travels from NYC to San Francisco by Electric Bike to Educate Americans on Green Transportation
October 10, 2012
Boris Mordkovich and Anna Mostovetsky thrive on adventure and share an enduring passion for the environment, so when Boris and his brother, Yevgeniy started EVELO, an electric bike company in New York, Boris wanted to find a way to raise awareness about green transportation.
EVELO's Omni Wheel transforms your bicycle into an electric bike in a snap
October 10, 2012
Electric bikes an increasingly popular way to get commuters out of the car and onto a greener mode of transportation-but, the transition comes at a pretty high price. With that in mind electric bike company EVELO created the Omni Wheel, which transforms ones existing bicycle into an e-bike in just 30 minutes, and for half the cost of a new electric bike.
Electric Bike Review - EVELO Luna
August 14, 2012
You may have heard of EVELO Electric Bikes from the TransAmerican Electric Bike Tour (from New York City to San Francisco). That is because the CEO, Boris Mordkovich, was one of the riders on the tour! Boris and his riding partner, Anna Mostovetsky, completed their tour earlier this year and they definitely raised awareness about electric bikes across the U.S.
EVELO Electric Bicycle to be Displayed at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame
July 17, 2012
EVELO, Inc. ( http://www.evelo.com), a New York City-based electric bicycle company, announced today that one of their electric bikes will be displayed as part of an exhibit at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame located in Davis, California.
Duo Complete Cross-Country Electric Bike Tour
July 10, 2012
This is a fun mid-week story to keep your spirits up. Some folks at electric bicycle company Evelo recently completed what was possibly the first-ever coast-to-coast, self-supported journey on two electric bicycles. (Just to be clear, that would be coast-to-coast in the US, not England or Iceland or something.)
A 4,000-Mile Road Trip Across the U.S. on $20 of Electricity
May 16, 2012
These days, it seems that $20 doesn't buy much in the United States. Sure, you can get lunch at a decent restaurant, half a dozen lattes, or maybe even enough gas to travel from one gas station to the next.
Across America By Evelo Electric Bike [Pt 1]
May 9, 2012
Sit-down video interview with Boris Mordkovich, the Chief Electric Officer and co-founder of Evelo Electric Bicycles, headquartered in New York City during stop-over of his transcontinental tour in Omaha, Nebraska. Part 1
Inside An Epic Road Trip, by Bike
April 27, 2012
Boris Mordkovich and Anne Mostovetsky are on a 4,000-mile journey across on the country... on their electric bicycles. (Photo Martin Di Caro) Part personal adventure, part act of environmental consciousness, best friends Boris Mordkovich and Anna Mostovetsky chose a challenging way to raise awareness about the benefits of bicycle commuting at a time of $4 gasoline: a 4,000-mile cross country tour.
Cross-Country Electric-Bike Tour Hits Pittsburgh Tomorrow
April 16, 2012
If you want to know more about electric bicycles, here's the perfect opportunity to ask two people who are becoming intimately acquainted with theirs. Boris Mordkovich, 26, and Anna Mostovetsky, 25, mounted their electric-motor-bearing two-wheelers on April 7, in Brooklyn, and headed south for Washington, D.C.
Cycling's Week On the Web - Bikerumor
April 1, 2012
Evelo just announced that they are sponsoring a 4,000 Mile Trans-America Electric bike tour. Departing from New York, the team's destination is San Francisco. On the bikes to be ridden, the battery lasts for about 40 miles on a single charge, with each charge costing about 6-10 cents.
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