It's not just electric bikes that are getting attention. This article details how electric power is being added to skateboards (I've always thought that looked like hard work), scooters, and a rather expensive ($11,000) electric trike.
As the article points out, as technology enables more range and smaller casings, so the tech can be used on all manner of vehicles. Metroboard sells a large-scale skateboard with a 40 mile range. The most popular electric skateboard maker, Boosted, unveiled a second gen board in 2016 with an extended range battery that promised up to 14 miles, but technical issues caused a recall.
The Mahindra’s GenZe 2.0 scooter is cloud-connected, as are many electric bikes, allowing you to run diagnostics and change settings from your phone, as well as find the scooter if it’s lost.