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PUBLISHER: Frost & Sullivan | PRODUCT CODE: 1375369

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PUBLISHER: Frost & Sullivan | PRODUCT CODE: 1375369

Leading Global Electric Bike OEM Profiles and Growth Opportunities

PAGES: 47 Pages
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Environmental Awareness, Government Subsidies, and Innovative Connected Features Drive Demand Among Commuters and Leisure Riders

Demand for electric bikes (e-bikes) is growing as a result of consumer desire for more sustainable transportation modes, connected services, and convenience. Logistics providers also consider e-bikes a viable, efficient alternative to traditional delivery vans and trucks for last-mile delivery. The ability of e-bikes to navigate densely populated urban environments, minimize carbon emissions, and shorten delivery times are critical factors for its rapid expansion in the industry. E-bikes are software-defined platforms creating new opportunities for connected services. Similar to larger electric motorcycles, e-bikes feature innovative embedded telematics solutions to support remote diagnosis and 24x7 services. Due to their small footprint and usage patterns, data aggregators target e-bikes as data collection platforms. This report focuses on the e-bike and e-cargo bike segments. E-bikes are categorized under the L1e-A category of vehicles. They are classified as pedal electric cycles (pedelecs) with a top speed of 25 kmph, 45 kmph for speed pedelecs, and motor power output of between 250 W and 750 W. E-cargo bikes are categorized under the L1e-A category of vehicles. They are designed to carry cargo, such as parcels, pets, and people. E-cargo bikes are classified as pedelecs with a top speed of up to 25 kmph, 200 kg payload, and power output between 250 W and 1 kW.

The report profiles leading e-bike industry participants, including OEMs and motor manufacturers, across Asia, North America, and Europe. Each company profile outlines the primary business model, go-to-market strategy, and key fiscal performance highlights. The study also examines notable industry partnerships and developments influencing the e-bike market landscape. It also discusses growth drivers, challenges, and viable opportunities for e-bike OEMs in the coming years.

Product Code: PF6F-44

Table of Contents

Strategic Imperatives

  • Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
  • The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the E-bike Industry
  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Opportunity Analysis

  • Scope of Analysis
  • E-bike Segmentation and Definition
  • Segmentation by Market
  • Key Players
  • Growth Drivers
  • Growth Restraints

Profile Analysis-North America

  • Trek Bikes, United States
  • Specialized Bicycles, United States
  • Cannondale Bikes, United States
  • Rad Power Bikes, United States

Profile Analysis-Europe

  • Moustache Bikes, France
  • Haibike, Germany
  • Gazelle Bikes
  • Brompton Bikes, United Kingdom
  • Corratec Bikes
  • Brose,
  • Bosch,

Profile Analysis-Asia

  • Tern Bicycles, Taiwan
  • Merida Bikes
  • Giant Bicycles, Taiwan
  • AIMA Tech
  • Yadea, China
  • Yamaha Bicycles, Japan
  • Panasonic Bicycles
  • Shimano

Growth Opportunity Universe

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Advancements in Battery Technology
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Subsidies and Incentives
  • Growth Opportunity 3-Connected Technology
  • List of Exhibits
  • Legal Disclaimer
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Jeroen Van Heghe

Manager - EMEA



Christine Sirois

Manager - Americas


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