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E-rides for beginners: Which one is for you?

Imagine enjoying your bike or scooter ride through the city without having to sweat, pedal, or even touch the pedals. With an e-bike ride or e-scooter ride, this is not only possible but easy and convenient, with the freedom to choose between pedal assistance and full electric power at the flick of a switch. But with so many different types of e-rides available on the market today, how do you know which one will be right for you? Read on as we take you through some of the main e-rides and help you figure out which one is best suited to your lifestyle and personality.

What are e-rides? E-bikes & E-scooters

E-rides are electric bikes that give riders a boost when they pedal. They’re perfect for commuting or running errands around town. There are three main types of e-rides: pedelecs, throttle on demand, and mid-drive motors. Pedelecs are the most popular type of e-ride. They have a sensor that detects how hard you’re pedaling and provides power accordingly.

E-scooters can be used anywhere—from sidewalks to bike lanes to streets—and make short trips quick and easy. Unlike e-bikes, scooters don't offer any physical assistance; instead, they're more like Segways with wheels.

What do they do and how do they operate?

There are many different types of e-rides, from e-bikes to e-scooters. They all operate differently, so it's important to know which one is right for you before you start riding. E-bikes typically have pedals that you need to pedal in order to move, while e-scooters usually have a throttle that you can use to power the scooter forward. E-riding is a great way to get around without having to worry about traffic or parking, and it's also a lot of fun!

E-scooter and E-bike Riding Tips

In general, biking rules should be followed as much as possible in order to stay safe while riding an e-bike. Always ride predictably and defensively at all times.

#1 Ride single file when cycling in groups.

#2 Make sure your distance from the curb is at least three feet when riding next to it.

#3 Use hand signals to indicate your intention of turning left or right

#4 Obey stop signs; always come to a complete stop before entering intersections with traffic lights or stop signs.

How much are e-rides worth it?

If you’re thinking about e-riding, you might be wondering how much it’s worth. There are plenty of benefits to making the switch to e-riding. If you live in a city, e-riding can be a great way to save money on transportation. Additionally, you can ride along bustling streets conveniently without having to worry about gas prices and parking spots.

There are a lot of things to think over when investing in an e-ride. These are just the very basic guidelines for first-time riders. To ensure that you’re making the right choices, keep these top tips in mind.  In need of assistance in choosing the right e-ride for you? Leave us a message and we’ll be happy to help!

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