Many people find riding an e-bike to be a fun and enjoyable experience. E-bikes provide a form of exercise and outdoor activity, while also offering the convenience and assistance of an electric motor. This can make biking accessible to a wider range of people, including those who may not be able to ride a regular bike due to physical limitations or challenging terrain. In addition, the added boost from the electric motor can make the experience of biking more exciting and enjoyable. Overall, whether or not riding an e-bike is fun will depend on the individual and their personal preferences, but hereby we share our 3 main reasons why 🙂
1. An e-bike takes you further
An electric bike, or e-bike, can provide assistance when you are pedaling, allowing you to go further than you would on a regular bike. This can allow you to cover longer distances and explore more expansive cycling routes than you might be able to on a regular bike. However, the range of an e-bike will depend on factors such as the battery capacity and the terrain, so it’s important to consider these factors when deciding if an e-bike is right for you.
2. An e-bike takes you uphill
The electric motor can provide a boost to your pedaling power, making it easier to tackle challenging terrain. This can make it possible to ride up hills that you might not be able to manage on a regular bike, allowing you to explore more diverse cycling routes and reach new heights. The extent to which an e-bike can assist you when going uphill will depend on factors such as the specific model, materials used, battery capacity, gears to shift and the additional use of a throttle, so it’s important to consider these factors when choosing an e-bike.
3. An e-bike is faster
An e-bike will be faster than a regular bike in most of the situations simply because the electric motor provides assistance when you are pedaling, allowing you to go faster than you would go normally on a regular bike. This can make it easier to maintain a higher speed, especially on flat or slightly downhill terrain. However, e-bikes are subject to the same speed limits as regular bikes (which is 25 km/h), and the electric motor will not provide assistance above that certain speed. Good to know, the added weight of the motor and battery can make an e-bike less agile and slower to accelerate than a regular bike. Overall, whether or not an e-bike is faster than a regular bike will depend on the specific circumstances and the individual rider’s ability. If you want to be sure about acceleration and speed, make sure to choose a lightweight e-bike setup.
Our folding e-bikes come with a variety of additions, like a battery capacity of 45 up to 85 km, 5 levels of pedal assistance, 7-9 gears to shift and an optional throttle. Our e-bikes guarantee maintaining a convenient acceleration due to its lightweight setup while staying within the speed limits of 25km/h due to its 250 Watt motor.