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What is an electric bike?


The electric bike, sometimes called an e-bike, is in many respects a regular bicycle. The exception is that it is fitted with a motor and a battery. The battery powers the motor which is attached to the rear wheels. This system gives the rider an assisted ride which can be set to different levels depending on what’s required. The lowest setting offers a little assistance, but the highest can power the bike without the need for peddling.

If you are considering investing in an electric bike, then there are a number of features to look for when choosing the best one. This guide is designed to give you all the details about electric bikes and the range of features they have to offer.

Choosing the right electric bike


The motor

Electric bike motors come in a wide variety of power ratings, from 200W to 1,000W or more.

The battery

Since the battery affects the weight, style, and range of the bike, its choice is crucial. Batteries play a huge part in how electric bikes work.

The controller

Available in a variety of styles, the controller lets you operate the electric assistance on your electric bike and is an important part in how electric bikes work.

The Warranty

Buying an electric bike is a big investment. With a warranty, you can rest assured that your investment is worth it.

Why would you choose an e-bike?


E-bikes are capable of doing just about everything a regular bike can do and more. So it may be you can extend what can be achieved through cycling, whether it be touring, leisure riding or daily commuting and chores, and gain a whole new experience in the process. Even e-bike sceptics often come back with a smile on their faces and appreciative words once they have actually been persuaded to step astride an assisted machine. 

E-bikes are are also in a very privileged position legally speaking, as under the relevant European law (now applying in the UK – technically speaking ‘harmonised’ with UK law) they are in exactly the same legal position as non-powered bikes, so they bring all the well-known advantages of bikes but without any of the red tape normally associated with motor power.

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