Led by international pioneers like Solaris, the country’s e-mobility sector continues to grow from strength-to-strength.
New data from Poland’s National Centre for Climate Change shows a significant increase in bike traffic with the first three weeks of September 2020 seeing the share of bike traffic 26 percent higher than during the same period in 2019.
According to Eurostat, Polish e-bike exports have been easily growing from 16,000 bikes in 2018, to almost 40,000 last year and already 48,000 this year.
The hub will give people a central point where they can access various types of shared transport, whether it be scooters, mopeds, bicycles and even cars.
Chef and restaurateur Damian Wawrzyniak has gone from managing Michelin-starred kitchens to baking bread for delivery to adapt to the pandemic lockdown.
A believer in hard work, famed chef Damien Wawrzyniak is busier than ever cooking food for the locked-down masses.
Dariusz Sobczak covered over 500 kilometres and braved atrocious weather to cross the island.
The company has taken the humble e-bike and turned it into a work of art.
Rzeszów-based Game Over Cycles won the ‘Craziest Bike’ award at the largest bike show in the world, attracting over 32,000 visitors, more than 300 exhibitors and around 1,000 custom bikes.
Poland is sixth in Europe in terms of car ownership per thousand residents - an average of 571 vehicles per 1,000 people, according to a report by Deloitte consultancy published on Wednesday.