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eBikes were invented more than a hundred years ago – but now some Southland companies are reinventing them. One of them Pedego in Irvine.

Are eBikes the Future of Two-Wheeled Transit?

eBikes were invented more than a hundred years ago – but now some Southland companies are reinventing them. One of them Pedego in Irvine.

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