The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department said it will consider closing parks if they remain crowded with people not wearing masks.
Back in December, Deloitte released its comprehensive technology predictions for 2020, and foresaw a bull market for cycling – especially E-bikes. “We predict that tens of billions of additional bicycle trips per year will take place in 2022 over 2019 levels. This increase in bicycling will double the number of regular bicycle users in many major cities around the world where cycling to work is still uncommon.”
Deloitte noted that the first patent for an E-bike dates to 1895, and as recently as 2012, these electrified bicycles represented just a tiny niche in the industry. Not anymore – E-bikes began booming a few years ago and have since exploded in popularity. Deloitte predicted they will get hotter still, anticipating a “surge”