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40 Million Electric Bikes Spark Environmental Dilemma in China

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Photo shows a parking lot in China filled with e-bikes.

This scene from a parking lot in China drives home the growing popularity of e-bikes.

Credit: Christopher Cherry, University of Tennessee


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Photo shows e-bikes and people on a congested street

As school lets out and parents arrive to pick up their kids, e-bikes are everywhere. They are a common fixture of daily life in China.

Credit: Christopher Cherry, University of Tennessee


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Photo shows e-bikes on a Chinese assembly line.

E-bikes on a Chinese assembly line await the final stages of manufacture.

Credit: Christopher Cherry, University of Tennessee


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Photo shows Chris Cherry taking an e-bike for a test drive.

Chris Cherry takes an e-bike for a test drive.

Credit: Christopher Cherry, University of Tennessee


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