eBikeLabs was born in 2015 from the passion and realization that the e-bike market was promising. As the main owner and founder, Maël Bosson built his own e-bikes as a hobby as well as out being convinced that e-bikes are much more convenient than cars for short distance travel in and around crowded cities. As Grenoble is based in French Alps, Mael also built e-bikes capable of working in mountains. He then quickly realized that the main way to build a sustainable e-bike is to focus on the vehicle controller, i.e. the component that controls the motor and other e-bike elements.
After his PhD, Mael set up eBikeLabs, and he also met like-minded people Pierre-Louis Jourdan, Raphaël Marguet and Cyrille Romera. Together they assembled a team and started to work towards the goal to make e-bikes accessible to everyone.
At eBikeLabs, our mission is to accelerate the adoption of shared e-bikes in cities. Because we believe that e-bikes are the best answer to mobility demands – they are fast, for everyone, they fit city infrastructure, good for the environment and health. At eBikeLabs we remain committed to our mission by helping mobility operators to deploy large e-bike fleets into cities all around the world.