E-bikes: What can they do?

Posted by Alan Hale on

E-bikes are often wrongly associated with costliness, because many people view it as some kind of fad and an elitist movement that is only accessible and maintainable by those of financial power. However, just like purchasing retail products in bulk, you always get more value for your buck!

The electricity consumption of e-bikes in a weekly average energy consumption cost around $0.16-$0.31, just a few hours of charging can get you hours of runtime. E-bikes usually take only 3.5hrs-6hrs to fully charge a depleted lithium-ion battery, the last hour or so is there actually to just "top-off" the cells, you do not have to wait for this to be completed.

The compactness of the e-bike allows the user to freely move without much noticeable difference from a regular bike, and is light and efficient in every way when it comes to exterior design.

Traffic can often be the reason for coming in late for work, with the compact design and slim body of an e-bike one can simply just outmaneuver the traffic. E-bikes can run on a top speed of 20 to 28 mph (depending on the bicycle) which is very good when travelling in urban areas.

 

With all these efficiencies, some questions still linger such as, "what if I run out of battery while riding?" and "what do I do if it rains while I’m on the road?" well e-bikes have both of these covered!

If you run out of battery, You can also visit a local café such as Starbucks and charge your empty battery for 30 minutes before continuing on your breezy ride!

Although E-bikes use electricity, they have high resistance to water they can withstand even heavy rains to a certain extent so you do not need to worry about electrocution the next time you sit on your two-wheeled wonder machine.

This mode of transportation not only proves every penny you spend to be worth it, but it also helps pave the way to a more clean and eco-friendly environment that future generations will enjoy.


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