Nathan Siy (left) and Brandon Ng say ElectroForce is currently working with a few dealers in Beijing for its electric bikes, which will be launched in March. Photo: Simon Song Nathan Siy (left) and Brandon Ng say ElectroForce is currently working with a few dealers in Beijing for its electric bikes, which will be launched in March. Photo: Simon Song
Nathan Siy (left) and Brandon Ng say ElectroForce is currently working with a few dealers in Beijing for its electric bikes, which will be launched in March. Photo: Simon Song

Ride the China boom in electric bikes

A start-up is pinning its hopes on the niche market for the high-performance two-wheelers as a green alternative to petrol motorcycles

Nathan Siy (left) and Brandon Ng say ElectroForce is currently working with a few dealers in Beijing for its electric bikes, which will be launched in March. Photo: Simon Song Nathan Siy (left) and Brandon Ng say ElectroForce is currently working with a few dealers in Beijing for its electric bikes, which will be launched in March. Photo: Simon Song
Nathan Siy (left) and Brandon Ng say ElectroForce is currently working with a few dealers in Beijing for its electric bikes, which will be launched in March. Photo: Simon Song
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