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Pricing of Frikar e-bike for Europe

Finally, today we will share the pricing of Frikar e-bike with you. We`re pumped to kick off the year with this information, and looking forward to starting delivery (late summer 2021)!  We have created two kits: Frikar STANDARD e-bike and Frikar PLUS e-bike. The standard Frikar e-bike will include: One...

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How Much Cargo can a FRIKAR hold? A LOT! It Can Even Accommodate a Child Seat

A standard family car can hold five adults and has a large trunk or hatch area at the back for storage. But most cars never travel with a full load. Usually, it’s just the driver on board, and maybe one passenger. So very large, resource-hungry vehicles are using unnecessary energy...

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Why an e-bike is the best choice – Six reasons for an e-bike

Pedal a little and roll comfortably up a hill. E-bikes are convenient modes of transportation for the commute to work or the weekendtrip, and they're growing in popularity. Every year, more people are buying an e-bike. In 2020, a total of around 1.95 million e-bikes were purchased in Germany. More...

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Against gravity: riding uphill with the FRIKAR e-bike

The road gets steeper and pedaling becomes more difficult. With an e-bike, riding uphill becomes much more pleasant, but it could be even better. If you want to ride an e-bike on bike paths, EU law allows you to be electrically assisted with a maximum of 250 watts up to...

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Is the FRIKAR a car or bicycle?

That’s a difficult question to answer. The FRIKAR certainly doesn’t look like a bicycle and it’s much smaller than a car. The driver  - or should we say rider, because that’s also a tough question to answer - pedals it in conjunction with a small battery pack instead of using...

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Why vehicle weight and resources matter

All vehicles consume resources. Some more and some less. Here we compare the weight and resources of a SUV and a small e-car with the Frikar e-bike. The value of a resource is measured by its availability in nature and the cost of its extraction. If we consume resources faster...

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