According to Lin, Bo (Deputy General Director at Furi E-Bike1): he says the following in an interview in the program Horizons from WOBI:
Bicycles to lead acid battery generates some pollution. The government has some regulations to limit bike lead-acid battery. But the lithium battery bicycles are much better, create less pollution and are lightweight.
To what the presenter says:
with a load of 5-8 hours of an electrical connection in the wall of house, average e-bike with lithium battery should yield a coverage of 50 km, producing only 1/10 of carbon emissions per mile of a conventional electric car.
is this assertion accurate?
I couldn't find the episode online, but I recorded an video sample and I had upload the part of the interview at MEGA (low quality "especially the sound" and has subtitles in Spanish, but I hope that may count as the source of my question).
I also found similar questions, but I consider some different from mine.
1 The full name of the Chinnese company is Tianjin Fushida Bicycle Co.