Micromobility operator, HumanForest has unveiled its latest e-bike model, which aims to make its services more accessible and efficient in London.

The model was developed based on HumanForest’s user feedback. The company says this updated version features a range of upgrades to improve the rider experience while maintaining a high standard of safety and durability.

These alterations include increased acceleration; a more lightweight and streamlined design to make the vehicle agile and manoeuvrable, especially when parking; a prolonged battery range of up to 100 kilometres per charge; and an extended seat height to accommodate a greater range of riders.

HumanForest also says it has improved the comfort of the e-bike, with spoked wheels, soft tyres and a thicker seat to absorb the impact from any uneven roads.

HumanForest e-bike
This latest model is now active on the streets of London

This shared HumanForest e-bike is designed to compete with consumer bikes in terms of rideability and aesthetic. The company hopes it will appeal to a wider audience and will help encourage people to use these bikes as a mode of transport.


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