Bicycle motor – Digital Bicycle http://digitalbicycle.org/ Mon, 16 May 2022 22:31:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9 https://digitalbicycle.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.jpg Bicycle motor – Digital Bicycle http://digitalbicycle.org/ 32 32 Urban Drivestyle and SNIPES Collab Launch Two Limited Edition Electric Bikes https://digitalbicycle.org/urban-drivestyle-and-snipes-collab-launch-two-limited-edition-electric-bikes/ Mon, 16 May 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/urban-drivestyle-and-snipes-collab-launch-two-limited-edition-electric-bikes/ German e-mobility company Urban Drivestyle is known for its unique, handcrafted e-bikes. Unlike your regular e-bikes, Urban Drivestyle’s creations feature unique styling and a fun-centric character. Founded by Ossian Vogel, Urban Drivestyle caters to the e-mobility enthusiast market and has all of its products developed and manufactured in its in-house factory in Berlin. In order […]]]>

German e-mobility company Urban Drivestyle is known for its unique, handcrafted e-bikes. Unlike your regular e-bikes, Urban Drivestyle’s creations feature unique styling and a fun-centric character. Founded by Ossian Vogel, Urban Drivestyle caters to the e-mobility enthusiast market and has all of its products developed and manufactured in its in-house factory in Berlin.

In order to offer an even more unique range of products, Urban Drivestyle has teamed up with a fashion outlet that has gained popularity across Europe. SNIPES is one of the largest retailers of sneakers and streetwear across Europe, and has made its presence felt in various genres of pop culture ranging from urban dance, basketball, BMX and skating. SNIPES prides itself on its contemporary lifestyle and fits perfectly with the chic and fun character of Urban Drivestyle. To celebrate this partnership, Urban Drivestyle is releasing a pair of e-bikes that capitalize on the youthful energy of SNIPES.

The first of two bikes is the UDX SNIPES edition. Retailing for 2,290 Euros, or the equivalent of 2,473 USD, the UDX is Urban Drivestyle’s modern take on a full-suspension electric BMX bike, but this time, packed with technology. Of course, since this machine has put on quite a few pounds, don’t expect to do as many tricks as you would with a conventional BMX. Still, what the UDX lacks in agility, it makes up for in practicality.

The UDX rolls on chunky 20 x 4-inch tires making it a comfortable e-bike, even over rough, rough terrain, while the rear suspension system further absorbs bumps and the occasional bunny hop. It is powered by a 250W hub motor which propels it to a top speed of 25 kilometers per hour (16 miles per hour). As for styling, its eye-catching orange pattern gives the bike unmistakable branding while its lithium-ion battery sits just above the downtube, maintaining the bike’s distinctly clean aesthetic.

The UNI MK SNIPES edition is the second bike offered, and it is an e-bike more focused on the urban lifestyle. It turns heads with its chic, retro styling, while its long, roomy seat is able to accommodate two-up riding. It’s equipped with a unique multi-rack system that allows you to mount a variety of luggage options and accessories, and can even be configured specifically for cargo hauling. It fetches more of a premium over the UDX, however, at 2,990 Euros, the equivalent of $3,229 USD.

Urban Drivestyle and SNIPES Collab Launch Two Limited Edition Electric Bikes
Urban Drivestyle and SNIPES Collab Launch Two Limited Edition Electric Bikes

Commenting on the collaboration between the two lifestyle brands, Matthias Schübbe, Marketing Manager at SNIPES, said: “We want to be part of the urban lifestyle of our community. And it goes beyond sneakers and clothes. With the collaboration with Urban Drivestyle, we are now also meeting the mobility needs of our community for the first time. The cooperation is therefore an important step for us in order to bring existing and new target groups closer to the SNIPES lifestyle and at the same time to show that we are further diversifying our product range and consciously stepping into unconventional territory for us.

Take a look at the Urban Drivestyle UDX and UNI MK SNIPES editions in the photo gallery below.


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Motorbike bursts into flames when owner sees smoke and pushes bike outside – St George News https://digitalbicycle.org/motorbike-bursts-into-flames-when-owner-sees-smoke-and-pushes-bike-outside-st-george-news/ Mon, 16 May 2022 00:36:24 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/motorbike-bursts-into-flames-when-owner-sees-smoke-and-pushes-bike-outside-st-george-news/ Can-Am Spyder is destroyed when it catches fire outside a residence in Scenic, Arizona on May 14, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Beaver Dam Littlefield Fire Capt. Ernesto Renteria, St. George News ST. GEORGE- A motorcycle was destroyed, but the home in Scenic, Arizona was spared when the owner saw smoke billowing from the engine […]]]>
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Can-Am Spyder is destroyed when it catches fire outside a residence in Scenic, Arizona on May 14, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Beaver Dam Littlefield Fire Capt. Ernesto Renteria, St. George News

ST. GEORGE- A motorcycle was destroyed, but the home in Scenic, Arizona was spared when the owner saw smoke billowing from the engine and pushed the motorcycle into the street on Saturday.

Firefighters respond as Can-Am Spyder catches fire outside residence in Scenic, Arizona, May 14, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Beaver Dam Littlefield Fire Capt. Ernesto Renteria, St. George News

Shortly after 3 p.m. MDT, fire crews were dispatched to a reported vehicular fire at a residence in Scenic involving a 2011 Can-Am Spyder, three-wheeled motorcycle, which was burning in front of the home, Beaver Dam Littlefield Fire Capt. Ernesto Renteria told St. George News.

Firefighters arrived to find that most of the fire had already been extinguished, then set to work to completely extinguish the residual flames and smoldering burns to prevent re-ignition.

The Spyder was completely destroyed except for the charred handlebars, a wheel and a blue hubcap which were the only recognizable features remaining on the motorcycle.

At the time of the fire, the motorcycle was parked in the garage and when the owner approached the vehicle, he felt heat on his leg that seemed to come from the engine. Soon after, the engine area began to smoke, which was when the owner pushed the motorcycle out of the garage and away from the house.

As soon as he did, Renteria said, the bike caught fire.

The owner called 911 as he began to douse the flames with a garden hose until firefighters arrived.

The house was undamaged while the Spyder was destroyed in the fire and no injuries were reported.

Beaver Dam-Littlefield Fire and Ambulance and the Arizona Department of Public Safety responded and took care of the scene.

This report is based on statements from police, emergency personnel or other responders and may not contain the full extent of the conclusions.

Copyright St.George News, SaintGeorgeUtah.com LLC, 2022, all rights reserved.


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Morrisville Police Diary (4/26/22-5/9/22) | Morrisville Borough Police Department https://digitalbicycle.org/morrisville-police-diary-4-26-22-5-9-22-morrisville-borough-police-department/ Sat, 14 May 2022 12:10:24 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/morrisville-police-diary-4-26-22-5-9-22-morrisville-borough-police-department/ Arrest/DUI – 04/26/22 @ 10:50 PM – Daryll Price, 31, was arrested for driving under the influence and related offenses following a traffic accident on S. Pennsylvania Avenue and Route 1. He was processed and released. Warrant/Assault – 04/26/22 @ 02:18 AM – A warrant has been issued for Justin Drumheiser, 35, for a domestic […]]]>

Arrest/DUI – 04/26/22 @ 10:50 PM – Daryll Price, 31, was arrested for driving under the influence and related offenses following a traffic accident on S. Pennsylvania Avenue and Route 1. He was processed and released.

Warrant/Assault – 04/26/22 @ 02:18 AM – A warrant has been issued for Justin Drumheiser, 35, for a domestic incident on the Robertson Avenue unit block.

Stolen from Motor Vehicle – 04/26/22 @ 9:55 AM – A catalytic converter was stolen from a Chevrolet bus overnight at Yardley Auto Body on W. Philadelphia Avenue. Value: $1,800.00

Arrest/Simple Assault – 04/26/22 @ 6:33 PM – Randy Miller, 24, was arrested for a domestic incident in the 300 block of W. Bridge Street. He was sent to Bucks County Jail.

Motor Vehicle Theft – 04/26/22 @ 6:55 PM – Report of a catalytic converter stolen overnight from a Ford truck on the 200 block of Bank Street. Value: $1,500.00

Arrest/Warrant/Aggravated Assault – 04/29/22 @ 3:42 PM – A warrant has been issued for Gary Fink, 71, for aggravated assault for an incident that occurred during a traffic accident on Avenues E Trenton and N. Delmorr. On 5/1/22 he was arrested on warrant, processed and released.

Arrest/Violation of Borough Ordinance – 04/30/22 @ 02:00 – Audrey Perron, 42, has been cited for having an open fire pit. The incident happened on the unit block of McClees Alley.

Bike Theft – 04/30/22 @ 3:11 PM – Report of a So Cal SE Flyer mountain bike with orange tires, handlebars and forks stolen from the N. Pennsylvania Avenue unit block. Value: $500.00

Motor Vehicle Theft – 05/01/22 @ 15:46 – Report of a blue 2008 Dodge Caliber, left running with keys inside, was stolen outside the First Stop Tobacco Store on Crown Street. The owner located the vehicle shortly thereafter in Trenton.

Retail Theft – 01/05/22 @ 8:53 PM – Report of a shopping cart full of merchandise was stolen from the Giant Food Store on W. Trenton Avenue. The black male left with a white female. Value: $683.00

Theft from Motor Vehicle – 02/05/22 @ 2:00 PM – Report of tools and prescription drugs stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 200 block of E. Palmer Street. Value: $525.00

Motor Vehicle Arrest / Criminal Mischief – 05/02/22 @ 9:06 PM – Jonnathan Somrux, 31, was cited for criminal mischief and traffic offenses after fleeing the scene of a traffic accident on the unit block of E. Bridge Street.

Arrest/Harassment/Public Intoxication – 3/5/22 @ 12:38 AM and 12:40 AM – Koshawn Gibbs, 31, was cited for harassment and public intoxication, Amanda Davis, 33, was cited for harassment and a young man was charged simple assault. The domestic incident happened in the 200 block of S. Washington Street.

Motor Vehicle Theft – 4/5/22 @ 9:10 PM – Report of a catalytic converter stolen from a Ford F250 on the 200 block of E. Philadelphia Ave. Value: $620.00

Motor Vehicle Theft – 05/05/22 @ 02:38 – Report of a catalytic converter stolen from a Ford F450 on the 500 block of Crown Street. Value: $1,100.00

Arrest/Warrant – 05/05/22 @ 10:40 PM – Kevin Hoffner, 38, was arrested on a Bucks County Sheriff’s Warrant in the parking lot of Smokin Joe’s on E. Trenton Avenue. He was processed and recovered by the sheriffs.

Theft – 09/05/22 @ 11:03 PM – Report of two fishing rods stolen from a porch on the 500 block of Woodland Avenue. Value: $175.00


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Eicher Motors’ fourth-quarter net profit up 16%, Royal Enfield bike sales drop https://digitalbicycle.org/eicher-motors-fourth-quarter-net-profit-up-16-royal-enfield-bike-sales-drop/ Fri, 13 May 2022 14:45:00 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/eicher-motors-fourth-quarter-net-profit-up-16-royal-enfield-bike-sales-drop/ Eicher Motors, the maker of Royal Enfield motorcycles, reported a 16% increase in net profit in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2021-22 to Rs 610 crore from Rs 526 crore in the same period in 2020-21. For the quarter ended March 31, Eicher Motors’ total operating revenue hit a record high at […]]]>

Eicher Motors, the maker of Royal Enfield motorcycles, reported a 16% increase in net profit in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2021-22 to Rs 610 crore from Rs 526 crore in the same period in 2020-21.

For the quarter ended March 31, Eicher Motors’ total operating revenue hit a record high at Rs. 3,193 crore, up 8.6% from Rs. 2,940 crore in the corresponding quarter of the 2020-21 financial year. Royal Enfield recorded sales of 182,125 motorcycles in the quarter, down 10.4% from the 203,343 motorcycles sold in the same period of financial year 2020-21. EBITDA was Rs. 757 crore, up 19.3% from Rs. 634 crore in the same quarter last year.



Eicher Motors has announced the appointment of B Govindarajan as Managing Director of Royal Enfield. With this appointment, Govindarajan will now be a full-time director on the board of Eicher Motors Ltd.

For the financial year, net profit was estimated at Rs 1,677 crore, up 24.5% from Rs. 1,347 crore for the same period last year. The company’s total income from operations was at a record high of Rs. 10,298 crore up 18.1% from Rs. 8,720 crore recorded for the 2020-21 financial year helped by the performance of Royal Enfield in international markets. In financial year 2021-22, Royal Enfield recorded motorcycle sales of 595,474, down 2.3% from 609,403 in financial year 2020-21.

“During this year, our growth story in international markets has shown outstanding performance with over 100% year-on-year growth as we continue to deliver sustained results in the domestic market,” said Siddhartha Lal. , managing director of Eicher Motors Ltd.

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Yamaha Recalls Wolverine RMAX Off-Road Side-by-Side Vehicles Due to Fire and Explosion Hazards (Recall Alert) https://digitalbicycle.org/yamaha-recalls-wolverine-rmax-off-road-side-by-side-vehicles-due-to-fire-and-explosion-hazards-recall-alert/ Thu, 12 May 2022 22:06:22 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/yamaha-recalls-wolverine-rmax-off-road-side-by-side-vehicles-due-to-fire-and-explosion-hazards-recall-alert/ Product Name: Off-road side-by-side vehicles Hazard: The recalled vehicles may have a damaged fuel tank causing a fuel leak, posing a fire and explosion hazard. Reminder date: May 12, 2022 Recall Details The description: This recall involves off-road side-by-side vehicles with model numbers YXF10WPZMG (Wolverine RMAX 4 SE), YXF10WPLML (Wolverine RMAX 4 LE), YXF10WPAMS (Wolverine […]]]>
  • Recalled Yamaha Motors USA Off-Road Side-by-Side Vehicle

Product Name:

Off-road side-by-side vehicles

Hazard:

The recalled vehicles may have a damaged fuel tank causing a fuel leak, posing a fire and explosion hazard.

Reminder date:

May 12, 2022

Recall Details

The description:

This recall involves off-road side-by-side vehicles with model numbers YXF10WPZMG (Wolverine RMAX 4 SE), YXF10WPLML (Wolverine RMAX 4 LE), YXF10WPAMS (Wolverine RMAX 4), YXE10WPZMG (Wolverine RMAX 2 SE), YXE10WPAMS/YXE10WPAMW ( Wolverine RMAX 2) and YXE10WPLML (Wolverine RMAX 2 LE). Side-by-side vehicles were sold in silver, white, black, yellow, gray and blue. The Wolverine RMAX model name is printed on the right and left sides of the vehicles. The model number is located on the top of the airbox. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is located on the vehicle frame behind the left rear wheel. The VIN numbers included in this recall are ***AN44Y***101342 ***AN39Y***102877. VIN range is sequential in last six digits 101342-102877.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled vehicles and contact an authorized Yamaha dealer to schedule a free inspection and repair. Yamaha is contacting all registered owners directly.

Incidents/Injuries:

The company received two reports of improperly assembled fuel tanks. There were no fuel leak incidents and no injuries were reported.

Sold to :

Yamaha side-by-side dealerships nationwide from February 2021 through July 2021 for between $22,700 and $26,700.

Manufacturer(s):

Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corp of America, of Newnan, Georgia

Importer(s):

Yamaha Motor Corporation United States, of Cypress, California.

Made in :

United States

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This recall was conducted, voluntarily by the company, as part of the CPSC’s expedited recall process. Expedited recalls are initiated by companies, who commit to working with the CPSC to quickly announce the recall and remedy to protect consumers.

About US CPSC

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is responsible for protecting the public from unreasonable risk of injury or death associated with the use of thousands of types of consumer products. Deaths, injuries and property damage from consumer product incidents cost the nation more than $1 trillion annually. CPSC’s work to ensure the safety of consumer products has contributed to a decline in the rate of injuries associated with consumer products over the past 50 years.

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On Court Day, NYPD Fact-Checking Is Task One – Streetsblog New York City https://digitalbicycle.org/on-court-day-nypd-fact-checking-is-task-one-streetsblog-new-york-city/ Thu, 12 May 2022 02:04:58 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/on-court-day-nypd-fact-checking-is-task-one-streetsblog-new-york-city/ When the NYPD testifies, you better have a speed dial fact checker. On Wednesday, Transportation Bureau Chief Kim Royster was part of a team of NYPD officials who fielded questions from city council members, but some of Royster’s answers defied logic and, as it turned out, , the truth. When Transportation Committee Chair Selvena Brooks-Powers […]]]>

When the NYPD testifies, you better have a speed dial fact checker.

On Wednesday, Transportation Bureau Chief Kim Royster was part of a team of NYPD officials who fielded questions from city council members, but some of Royster’s answers defied logic and, as it turned out, , the truth.

When Transportation Committee Chair Selvena Brooks-Powers (D-Southeast Queens) asked Royster if the NYPD was continuing its commitment to clearing bike lanes of illegal parking, Royster said something few cyclists have personally witnessed: “So far this year, the bike lane app is up 148 percent.

Really? We contacted the NYPD for the raw numbers and learned that bike lane enforcement was not in place at all. It’s actually down…significantly.

So far this year, cops have issued 24,754 tickets for parking in a bike lane, up from 26,445 at the same time last year. That’s a drop of 6.4 percent.

It turns out that even though Royster mentioned “enforcement of bike lanes,” the NYPD later said Royster was only talking about summonses for conduct in a bike lane, which is a tiny part of the NYPD app. Indeed, this year, the cops wrote 930 fines of this type, against 375 at the same time last year. That is, in fact, up 148 percent.

Add them? “Bike lane app” is always down more than 4 percent.

Later, Brooks-Powers questioned Royster about illegally parked tractor-trailers being left overnight on city streets, which is certainly a quality-of-life issue the NYPD said it would address.

Instead of giving numbers on how the NYPD tows these illegally parked vehicles, Royster said this:

“We do a lot of call-ups in some of these areas. So for code 78, which is a commercial truck parked at a location [overnight], that particular fine is $65, but we’re looking at tractor trailers. This particular fine is $250 for the first offense and $500 for the second offense, so that’s what police stations do, that’s that enforcement.

Note that Royster did not answer the question and instead read the violation code book instead. Brooks-Powers could not follow up, so we asked the NYPD if, in fact, precincts are make this app. Turns out they’re not.

Here are the year-to-date numbers for Code 78 calls:

  • 2019: 11,075
  • 2020: 7,856
  • 2021: 7,789
  • 2022: 5,886 (down 24% from the previous year and 47% from 2019)

So, no, they are not. The NYPD said Royster also talks about Code 6 violations, which relate to illegally parked tractor-trailers, but those numbers are also down this year:

  • 2021: 532
  • 2022: 395 (down 25%)

Royster’s revelations came after she took up most of Brooks-Powers’ five-minute questioning by speaking in generalities that seemed simply designed to waste time. The Council member asked: “Cycle lanes continue to be added every year and now car use and traffic is increasing. Fatalities for every type of transport increased in fiscal year 2021, from pedestrians to motor vehicles. What new initiatives or programs, if any, do we have to address this issue? And how do we ensure the safety of pedestrians and cyclists? In terms of cleaning cycle paths, for example? Do you issue tickets for blocking bike paths? »

This is Royster’s full answer that didn’t answer the question in any way, but sounded like Royster was reading a DOT Vision Zero press release. It arrives at 4:45 – using all but 15 seconds of Brooks-Power Question Time:

So hello. Advisor. Nice to see you, and thank you very much for this question. I am happy to talk about road safety, it is public safety. And one of the ways we coordinate with the Department of Transportation is we look at the engineering, education, and enforcement of our Vision Zero initiative. I am responsible for coordinating the Vision Zero initiative for the NYPD. And every week we have a road safety forum. This is a multi-faceted, holistic traffic forum where we meet our Vision Zero partners. This would be the Department of Transportation, TLC, MTA and other city agencies. But the most important thing is to focus on pedestrian and cyclist deaths. It is about reducing the number of deaths and saving human lives. And how do we do that? It is a layered effect. Our law enforcement is focused on one, the science, the data — where are these deaths happening? Where do collisions occur? What about collisions with injuries? And we’re focusing on that particular data, but we’re also focusing on where should the law enforcement be? Where do we deploy our officers, precinct officers, as well as transportation office officers.

And then the last pillar would be culture. How to change the culture? The driving culture, which we have seen since COVID, has been reckless. People who take the wheel, people who accelerate, people who don’t yield to pedestrians. So, with these three pillars of the Road Safety Forum, our main objective is to reduce the number of fatalities. And how do we do that with the Department of Transport? One of the ways we do it is that all the executives from our 77 ridings attend these forums, and they have to tell us what their plan is in that riding. What are their security plans? What are they tackling, and the Department of Transportation sitting side by side to figure out what engineering issues need to be fixed in these various neighborhoods?

The other thing is we look at outreach: how can we reach the community. And we are stepping up our efforts this year, because we wanted to make sure that not only motorists, but also pedestrians know about road safety. And awareness is also done through our social media, and also by going to different audiences and talking about what we see in the community and what we should be looking at safely.

Now, when I mentioned law enforcement, we saw that a lot of fatalities—I mean over 50% of fatalities involving pedestrians—occur at intersections, and so our enforcement is focused on intersections. And I just wanted to say that the enforcement this year, year-to-date, is reinforced at intersections. [Note: This is not really true.]

We also look at speed, speed during hours of darkness and also speed on our highways. And we actually deployed road units all over the city in various places where we found motorists were driving too fast. What caused our deaths this year is on the highways. Seventeen people have died on the highways due to speeding. And this concerns both passengers and operators.

I just want to say that when you start looking at enforcement levels, we need to do that in all of our ridings. Everyone is involved. It’s a fair application. We review dangerous violations. This means red light violations, people failing to yield to pedestrians, people speeding down our streets, people not using their seatbelts. These are all dangerous violations that we review and we enforce fairly. I just want to say that last year we had to visit because we realized that we wanted everyone to be involved in road safety, not just for 28 days, not just during the day but every day. So last year we implemented a way to track whether agents were actually interacting with the public. And that particular process has resulted in over 88,000 engagements with the public regarding public safety awareness.

I’ve reached out to council member Brooks-Powers and will update this story if she responds.

Gersh Kuntzman is editor of Streetsblog. His Cycle of Rage chronicles are archived here.


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Tata Nexon EV Max India Launch Highlights: Price, Features, Specs, Pictures https://digitalbicycle.org/tata-nexon-ev-max-india-launch-highlights-price-features-specs-pictures/ Wed, 11 May 2022 07:04:21 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/tata-nexon-ev-max-india-launch-highlights-price-features-specs-pictures/ See the pictures Long-range Tata Nexon EV Max gets bigger 40.5kWh battery and 437km range Tata Motors launched the new long-range Nexon EV Max in India today, and we’ve got all the highlights from the launch event, here. The updated electric subcompact SUV comes with a bigger 40.5kWh battery and an extended ARAI-certified range of […]]]>


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Tata Motors launched the new long-range Nexon EV Max in India today, and we’ve got all the highlights from the launch event, here. The updated electric subcompact SUV comes with a bigger 40.5kWh battery and an extended ARAI-certified range of 437km, plus a bunch of new features. The Nexon EV is currently one of India’s best-selling electric four-wheelers, however, the automaker believes there is still some anxiety among its customers. And to solve this problem, the company introduces the long-range model.

Also Read: Tata Nexon EV Max India Launch: Price Predictions

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Visually, the long-range Nexon EV Max will remain largely identical to the regular model

The Tata Nexon EV Max is powered by a permanent magnet synchronous AC motor paired with a larger 40.5kWh lithium-ion battery. The engine offers 141 hp and 250 Nm of maximum torque. The Nexon EV Max goes from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 9 seconds, with a top speed electronically limited to 140 km/h.

Also Read: Tata Nexon EV ‘Max’ Long-Range Electric SUV Teased Ahead of Launch

In terms of features, the new Tata Nexon EV Max comes with a new Makaran interior, ventilated front seats, wireless phone charger, jewel control button with display, air purifier, smartwatch integration and cruise control, among others. As for safety, the Nexon EV Max comes with 4 disc brakes, ESP, Hill Hold and Hill Descent Control, dual airbags, emergency stop light, rollover mitigation, brake disc wipers, ISOFIX and more. The Nexon EV Max also comes with a multi-mode regeneration feature.

Visually, the new long-range Tata Nexon EV Max will remain largely identical to the regular model, however, the SUV is available in an exclusive new Intensi-Teal color, as well as Daytona Gray and Pristine White. All Nexon EV Max variants will come standard in two-tone colors.

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Daily Newspaper 5.9.2022 – City of Cambridge, MA https://digitalbicycle.org/daily-newspaper-5-9-2022-city-of-cambridge-ma/ Tue, 10 May 2022 14:07:28 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/daily-newspaper-5-9-2022-city-of-cambridge-ma/ Cambridge Police Daily Log: May 6-9and2022 Type #Date and hour information 05/09/202200:26INCIDENT22003159-1EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE AMES STCambridge Police responded to a hit and run accident with property damage on Broadway Street and a report has been drawn up. 05/09/202201:53INCIDENT22003160-1A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON C265 S15A ST GREENCambridge Police have been reported to the […]]]>

Cambridge Police Daily Log: May 6-9and2022

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Date and hour

information

05/09/202200:26
INCIDENT22003159-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

AMES ST
Cambridge Police responded to a hit and run accident with property damage on Broadway Street and a report has been drawn up.

05/09/202201:53
INCIDENT22003160-1
A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON C265 S15A

ST GREEN
Cambridge Police have been reported to the Pearl Street area for one person injured. A report has been drawn up.

05/09/202204:00
INCIDENT22003161-1
VARIOUS. TYPE OF REPORT

LAND BLVD
Cambridge Police responded to a residence on Massachusetts Avenue for an investigation.

05/09/202206:51
INCIDENT22003162-1
FLIGHT FROM BUILDING C266 S20

FRANKLIN STREET
Cambridge Police responded to a Franklin Street address for a disturbance report.

05/09/202208:00
INCIDENT22003163-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

RICHDALE AVENUE
A Cambridge resident reported a past motor vehicle accident on 05/06.

05/09/202209:13
INCIDENT22003164-1
STOP FOR POLICE, FAILURE C90 S25

CAMBRIDGE STREET
Cambridge Police responded to Cambridge Street/Tremont Street to reports of a motor vehicle accident with injuries. A Boston miner was later placed under arrest for failing to stop for police and failing to identify.

05/09/202209:37
INCIDENT22003165-1
VARIOUS. TYPE OF REPORT

HAMPSHIRE ST
Cambridge Police responded to Hampshire Street for an accident between a cyclist and a parked van due to a strong gust of wind.

05/09/202211:52
INCIDENT22003168-1
THEFT LESS THAN $1,200 C266 S30(1)

ALBANY ST
Cambridge Police have completed a report of the robbery which occurred on Albany Street.

05/09/202211:59
INCIDENT22003171-1
THEFT OVER $1200 C266 S30

CHESTNUT ST
Cambridge Police responded to Chestnut Street for a report of theft.

05/09/202212:25
INCIDENT22003170-1
IDENTITY THEFT

ST-SARGENT
A Cambridge resident came to the station to file a report for a family member who was currently committing identity and immigration fraud.

05/09/202216:26
INCIDENT22003175-1
IDENTITY THEFT

RINDGE AVENUE
A Rindge Avenue resident contacted the Cambridge Police Department to report that her federal tax return check had been stolen within the past two months from her apartment building and fraudulently signed and cashed by unknown suspects.

05/09/202216:40
INCIDENT22003177-1
THEFT LESS THAN $1,200 C266 S30(1)

RINDGE AVENUE
A resident of Rindge Avenue has contacted Cambridge Police Service to report a seat for his child’s bike stolen. The seat was stolen on the night of 5/6 to 5/7/22.

05/09/202216:46
INCIDENT22003176-1
MOTOR VEH, MALICIOUS DAMAGE TO C266 S28

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
Cambridge Police responded to the Mass Ave area for a report of malicious destruction of a motor vehicle.

05/09/202219:25
INCIDENT22003180-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

HUNTING ST
A Hunting Street resident contacted Cambridge Police Service to report his motor vehicle was hit (hit and run) while parked on Hunting Street on the evening of 5/3-5/4/22 .

05/09/202220:02
INCIDENT22003181-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

AMHERST STREET
Cambridge Police responded to the area of ​​Mass Ave and Amherst Street for a report of a hit and run.

05/09/202221:04
INCIDENT22003182-1
MOTOR VEH, FLIGHT OF C266 S28

MEMORIAL DR
Cambridge Police responded to a Memorial Drive residence for a motor vehicle theft report.

05/09/202222:05
INCIDENT22003183-1
OFFENSE C266 S120

HAMPSHIRE ST
Cambridge Police responded to Hampshire Street for an unwanted person.

05/09/202222:54
INCIDENT22003184-1
MISCELLANEOUS LEGAL OFFENSES

WEST STREET
Cambridge Police responded to West Street for a miscellaneous report.

08/05/202209:31
INCIDENT22003144-1
THEFT LESS THAN $1,200 C266 S30(1)

BROADWAY
A Cambridge resident of Broadway walked into the station to report his wallet was stolen from his residence. The resident said it was robbed the day before (07/05/22).

08/05/202210:45
INCIDENT22003145-1
VANDALIZE PROPERTY C266 S126A

YORK STREET
Cambridge Police have documented a past case of malicious destruction of a building which occurred on York Street.

08/05/202211:14
INCIDENT22003146-1
THEFT LESS THAN $1,200 C266 S30(1)

PEARL ST
Cambridge police have filed a complaint for the theft of a mobile phone.

08/05/202211:55
STOP22003147-1
ARREST REPORT BY WARRANT

ST GREEN
Cambridge Police responded to Green Street near Magazine Street and placed Eduardo Castro, 23, of 1 Church Street in Cambridge, under arrest on a warrant issued by Suffolk Superior Court for two counts of rape, a one count of witness intimidation and one count of withholding evidence. of an official procedure.

08/05/202213:40
INCIDENT22003148-1
DANGEROUS WEAPON ASSAULT C265 S15B

HARVARD STREET
Cambridge Police have taken a report for an assault with a dangerous weapon.

08/05/202214:04
INCIDENT22003149-1
A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON C265 S15A

ST PERSPECTIVE
Cambridge Police have filed a complaint for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (foot in shoes) and malicious destruction.

08/05/202215:30
INCIDENT22003150-1
LARCENY LESS THAN $1200 PER FALSE CLAIM C266 S34

CAMBRIDGESIDE PL
Cambridge Police officers responded to a Cambridge retail store for the report of a shoplifting.

08/05/202216:33
INCIDENT22003152-1
MOTOR VEH, FLIGHT OF C266 S28

WALDEN ST
A Cambridge resident reported that her moped was removed from the Walden Street car park on the Sherman Street side of the building without her permission.

08/05/202218:33
INCIDENT22003153-1
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

CAMERON AVENUE
A Cameron Avenue resident has multiple incidents of phone harassment dating back to October 2021.

05/07/202200:15
INCIDENT22003125-1
VARIOUS. TYPE OF REPORT

HIGHLAND AVENUE
Cambridge Police responded to Highland Avenue for a report of a suspicious motor vehicle following an Uber vehicle.

05/07/202201:51
STOP22003126-1
ARREST REPORT BY WARRANT

CHURCH STREET
Armando Fernandez-Schliesske, 23, 10 Currier Drive in Framingham, was found in possession of a Cambridge District Court warrant for intimidation of a public official.

05/07/202208:37
INCIDENT22003128-1
UNARMED HOB C265 S19

ST GREEN
Cambridge police have taken a report for a bare-knuckle robbery.

05/07/202210:05
INCIDENT22003129-1
THEFT LESS THAN $1,200 C266 S30(1)

LILAC CT
Cambridge Police responded to Lilac Court for a parking call.

05/07/202210:12
INCIDENT22003130-1
IDENTITY THEFT

HURON AVENUE
A Cambridge resident reported that his personal information had been used without his knowledge or approval.

05/07/202210:40
INCIDENT22003131-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

ALEWIFE BROOK PKWY
A Minnesota resident reported damage to his rental vehicle overnight.

05/07/202212:44
INCIDENT22003132-1
PROPERTY DESTRUCTION +$1200, MALICIOUS C266 S12

CAMBRIDGEPARK DR
A Cambridge resident reported damage to his vehicle overnight.

05/07/202215:56
STOP22003133-1
ARREST REPORT BY WARRANT

PEARL ST
Cambridge Police officers responded to a library to investigate an alarm activation. When officers arrived, a person was seen exiting the library, which was closed. Officers identified the individual and placed Andrew Butler, 23, 362 Green Street in Cambridge, under arrest on warrants from South Boston City Court, Waltham District Court and the District Court of Hingham for shoplifting by Asportation.

05/07/202216:09
INCIDENT22003135-1
TRAFFIC INVESTIGATIONS

MAIN STREET
Cambridge Police responded to the Main Street area for a motor vehicle accident report.

05/07/202217:17
INCIDENT22003136-1
FLIGHT FROM BUILDING C266 S20

MT AUBURN ST
A resident of Chestnut reports a theft.

05/07/202217:26
INCIDENT22003137-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

ALEWIFE BROOK PKWY
Cambridge Police have completed a hit and run report which occurred on Alewife Brook Pkwy.

05/07/202219:36
INCIDENT22003140-1
CRIMINAL HARASSMENT

LEIGHTON STREET
Cambridge Police responded to a building in Leighton Street for a disturbance report and a report was written.

05/07/202222:17
INCIDENT22003142-1
VARIOUS. TYPE OF REPORT

ELIOT ST
Cambridge Police were dispatched to an establishment in Eliot Street for a report of a disturbance.

06/05/202208:22
INCIDENT22003103-1
B&E MV DAY OR NIGHT FOR OFFENSE C26

ST PILGRIM
Cambridge Police took a telephone report from a Pilgrim Street resident of breaking and entering a motor vehicle.

06/05/202208:54
INCIDENT22003104-1
SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE / EOD INVESTIGATION

ERIE ST
Cambridge Police Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit responded to an Erie Street address for a report of an unattended rucksack left on the property. Upon arrival, the bag was emptied by an officer and K9. The bag appeared to contain clothes.

06/05/202209:19
INCIDENT22003105-1
OFFENSE C266 S120

SQ-TECHNOLOGY
Cambridge Police took a report by phone for a personal intrusion into a business in Technology Square.

06/05/202210:23
INCIDENT22003106-1
VANDALIZE PROPERTY C266 S126A

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
Cambridge Police have taken a property report vandalism in the area of ​​Mass. Ave. and Norfolk Street.

06/05/202214:09
INCIDENT22003109-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

WAREST
Cambridge Police have completed a hit and run report which occurred on Ware Street.

06/05/202218:17
INCIDENT22003112-1
SHOPLIFTING $250+ PER ASPORT C266 S30A

MORGAN AVENUE
Cambridge Police responded to a Morgan Avenue business for the report of a shoplifting in progress.

06/05/202219:39
INCIDENT22003113-1
THEFT OVER $1200 C266 S30

ST GEL
A Cambridge resident reported a break and enter and theft.

06/05/202219:46
INCIDENT22003119-1
THREAT TO COMMIT A CRIME C275 S2

ELM ST
Cambridge Police have completed a report into threats on Elm Street.

06/05/202219:47
INCIDENT22003114-1
IDENTITY THEFT

NORMANDY AVENUE
Cambridge Police have completed a report into fraudulent activity that occurred on Normandy Ave.

06/05/202220:30
INCIDENT22003117-1
EXIT THE C90 S24 PROPERTY DAMAGE SCENE

KIRKLAND STREET
Cambridge Police have completed a hit and run report which occurred on Kirkland Street.

06/05/202221:20
INCIDENT22003122-1
B&E MV DAY OR NIGHT FOR OFFENSE C26

SUFFOLK ST
Cambridge Police have documented a motor vehicle break and enter that occurred in Suffolk Street.

06/05/202222:41
INCIDENT22003121-1
A&B WITH DANGEROUS WEAPON C265 S15A

BROADWAY
Officers responded to a Broadway business for the report of a disturbance. When he arrived, the person involved had already left the company and was nowhere to be found.

06/05/202223:41
INCIDENT22003124-1
B&E FOR TORT C266 S16A

COPLEY ST
Officers responded to Copley Street for a past break and enter report.


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Plea no contest in Bridgeport DUI crash that killed elderly woman https://digitalbicycle.org/plea-no-contest-in-bridgeport-dui-crash-that-killed-elderly-woman/ Mon, 09 May 2022 17:46:16 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/plea-no-contest-in-bridgeport-dui-crash-that-killed-elderly-woman/ BRIDGEPORT — A local man faces up to five years in prison after pleading uncontested on Monday to running over a 78-year-old woman with his motorcycle and killing her. Rhashaun Houser, 35, of Pearl Harbor Place, did not contest second-degree manslaughter with a motor vehicle and driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol […]]]>

BRIDGEPORT — A local man faces up to five years in prison after pleading uncontested on Monday to running over a 78-year-old woman with his motorcycle and killing her.

Rhashaun Houser, 35, of Pearl Harbor Place, did not contest second-degree manslaughter with a motor vehicle and driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol before the judge in Superior Court Peter McShane.

While Houser told the judge he was not contesting the charges, he said he did not admit any civil liability in the case. The judge then convicted him of the charges.

Assistant State’s Attorney Ann Lawlor said she’s recommending Houser serve 5 years in prison, but the judge said Houser’s attorney, Edward Murnane, would be allowed to plead for a lesser sentence when Houser is sentenced on July 13.

Murnane declined to comment as he left the Golden Hill Street courthouse.


According to police, on July 9, 2020, officers responding to an accident at the intersection of State Street and Park Avenue found Patricia Stephenson, 78, of Park Avenue lying in the street with multiple injuries. She was taken to Bridgeport Hospital where she was later pronounced dead.

Police said they spoke to several witnesses at the scene and viewed surveillance video of the area.

They said a man later identified as Houser was riding an eastbound motorcycle on State Street at high speed when the vehicle struck Stephenson as she crossed State Street.


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Outspokin’ Wheelmen Club gives tips on safe cycling https://digitalbicycle.org/outspokin-wheelmen-club-gives-tips-on-safe-cycling/ Sun, 08 May 2022 19:29:32 +0000 https://digitalbicycle.org/outspokin-wheelmen-club-gives-tips-on-safe-cycling/ (WKBN) – Good weather means it’s time for some fun outdoor activities. Some may want to get their bikes out this week – just make sure to ride carefully in the valley. According to at CDCalmost 1,000 cyclists die and more than 130,000 cyclists are injured in accidents every year. Car crashes through railing in […]]]>

(WKBN) – Good weather means it’s time for some fun outdoor activities. Some may want to get their bikes out this week – just make sure to ride carefully in the valley.

According to at CDCalmost 1,000 cyclists die and more than 130,000 cyclists are injured in accidents every year.

Bicycles are considered vehicles under Ohio and Pennsylvania laws. The Outspokin’ Wheelmen Club says understanding cycling laws is key to staying safe.

Dave Hughes is part of the Outspokin’ Wheelmen Club. He said understanding cycling laws is key to keeping cyclists safe.

“Cyclists have the same rules and follow the same regulations as any motor vehicle,” Hughes said.

Bicycles can be driven legally on many roads. As a courtesy, a group of cyclists will stay on the right side of the road.

“It is legal for cyclists to ride side by side if the road is bad or rough on the right side of the road. They can come in the center of that lane or even on the left side of that lane,” Hughes said.

There are also motor vehicle laws overriding cyclists. Motorists must be at least three feet away from a bicycle when passing. They can also cross over a double yellow line.

“They will slow down and be behind them, then they will slow down all the traffic behind them. And pretty soon you could have 10, 12 cars there,” says Hughes.

For cyclists, being visible is essential. Hughes suggests getting flashing lights for the bike and wearing bright colors — and don’t forget the helmet.


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