Pave Motors Seeks to Disrupt the Mobility Space
A new form of hybrid transportation is happening in Brooklyn, which could soon disrupt the mobility space in other cities.
Amid a world grappling with climate change and the need for sustainable solutions, a new player has entered the mobility scene. Pave Motors Inc., a company brought to the U.S. by Nicolaus and Casper Nagel from Germany, is introducing a unique solution to urban and suburban mobility. Their new electric motorbike, a fusion of an e-bike and an e-motorcycle, is designed to replace short-to-medium distanced car trips, offering a more efficient and eco-friendlier alternative. Making a dent in greenhouse gas emissions, where transportation accounts for nearly 30% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, creates the perfect opportunity for a new player in the market.
How can Pave Motors disrupt the mobility space and traditional transportation landscape with its innovative electric motorbikes? And what does this mean for the future of urban mobility?
Welcome to DisruptED: Advanced Manufacturing Edition, hosted by Ron J Stefanski. In this episode, Stefanski peeks into the disrupted world of mobility with guest Nico Nagel, Co-Founder of Pave Motors. The two explore the vision behind Pave Motors, the technology that powers its unique electric motorbikes, and how Nagel and his brother aim to transform urban transportation.
Stefanski and Nagel discuss the following:
- The inspiration behind Pave Motors and their unique electric motorbikes
- How the Nagels designed Pave Motors’ bikes for accessibility in urban and suburban areas
- The environmental benefits of their fully electric, emission-free bikes
Nicolaus Nagel is a visionary in the field of sustainable transportation. Along with his brother Caspar, Nico founded Pave Motors to create a unique and sustainable solution to urban mobility. Born and raised in Germany, the Nagel brothers found inspiration in the popularity of motorbikes and e-bikes in Europe. They saw an opportunity to bring this efficient mode of transportation to the U.S. Nico, and Casper were both recognized in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, highlighting their significant contributions to the field of transportation.