In recent years, the focus on alternative means of transportation has almost exclusively highlighted automobiles. But ECS member Telpriore Gregory Tucker is shifting his attention in another direction: electric bikes.
Tucker was recently awarded the 2016 Arizona Legislative District 27-New Business of the Year by the Arizona House of Representatives for his sustainable business efforts with the U.S. Battery Bike Company. Now, Tucker is in full gear with his new company, Sirius E-Bikes, and is discussing the advantages of electric bikes in his recently penned article in Arizona’s Green Living magazine.
This from Green Living:
All e-bikes can legally travel at a max speed of 20 mph without pedaling, which is twice as fast as an average rider on a regular bicycle. In 2015, California passed a law allowing some e-bikes to reach 28 mph with the condition of added pedaling. Electric bicycle technology has improved specifically in the lithium-ion battery pack, the battery management system, the electric motor, and of course the integration for an overall aesthetically appealing frame.
In 2015, we sat down the Tucker at the 228th ECS Meeting in Phoenix, AZ, where he showed off his bikes at our Edison Theatre.
“I don’t just sell electric bikes,” Tucker said in a previous interview, “I actually provide people with sustainable solutions.”
Learn more about Tucker’s entry into the electric bike business and see what Sirius E-Bikes has to offer.