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Ali Al Madani has always had an interest in bikes – he used to ride one every day as a child. So, it’s little wonder that he’s one of three Emiratis behind the ever-­popular Saluki electric bike, and as an extension of that, the eBikes UAE business concept. “I used to live in Germany as a kid, and biking was a big part of my daily activity. I used to ride to my friend’s house, and we used to ride in the parks and forests of Munich," says Al Madani. “When we started the business [in 2014] we spent hours in...

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As we continue to seek out more environmentally conscious modes of transportation, a new invention is being introduced in the region; the Saluki electric bike. Longtime friends and UAE natives, Fahad Hareb, Saoud Khoory, and Ali Al Madani, intertwined their love for cycling and their sense of innovation to develop the powerful electric bike that can handle the desert dunes as well as the gridlock of rush hour traffic with speed and efficiency, and—without making a sound. We spoke with the founders of EBikes UAE about their passion for using the bikes to train athletes and horses, their desire to...

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Three friends with one bright idea are hoping to change the face of Dubai’s roads. University friends Fahad Hareb, Saoud Khoory and Ali Al Madani are the bright sparks behind Ebikes UAE and if they get their way, we’ll be ditching our cars and zipping to work on speedy eco-friendly two wheels. L-R: Fahad Hareb, Saoud Khoory, Ali Al Madani, from Ebikes UAE Although the business has been up and running for less than two years, it’s  already proving a surprisingly popular concept in a city that loves cars. They’re the UAE first electric bike specialist and stocks brands from all over the...

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Fahad Hareb hits the sand on his Saluki electric motorcycle in Al Khawaneej, Dubai. Jeff Topping for The National The National staff October 21, 2014 Updated: October 21, 2014 11:07 PM DUBAI // Venturing into the desert in anything less than a fully loaded 4x4 was pretty much impossible – and more than a little foolhardy – until now. An invention by three Emirati friends means people can now tackle the dunes on two wheels. The university mates have designed and built the UAE’s first electric desert bike, the Saluki. Named after the dogs beloved by the Bedouin, they can...

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