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Good News! Get up to $1500 Subsidies on an e-Bike Purchase!

Good News! Get up to $1500 Subsidies on an e-Bike Purchase!

On the morning of November 19, the U.S. House of Representatives passed President Biden’s Build Back Better Act. One of the highlights is the high subsidies for the electric vehicle industry: Officials view tax incentives of up to $12,500 (risen from the original $7,500) per vehicle in the new bill as a much-needed second step to spur the adoption of electric vehicles. The subsidy also includes the purchase of two-wheeled and three-wheeled electric vehicles (electric motorcycles): citizens who purchase electric two-wheeled vehicles can enjoy a refundable tax credit equivalent to 30% of the vehicle’s price. The upper limit of the discount for electric bicycles is $1,500, and the upper limit for electric motorcycles is $7,500. It is the first time...

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How to Choose an Electric Bike?

How to Choose an Electric Bike?

If you decide to buy an e-bike after reading the blog Why You Should Consider an Electric Bike? But you know little about the e-bike, you may become overwhelmed when you look at the extremely large number of electric bikes out there. Let’s step by step to help you figure out how to choose an e-bike.  What e-bike can (not) you ride and where? Firstly, we need to know if you can ride your e-bike in your area, and what type of e-bike you could ride. According to the federal definition of an electric bicycle, e-bikes are divided into classes that denote their level of motor assistance which determines what and where you can ride. Learning which class of e-bike...

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What E-Bike Can (Not) You Ride?

What E-Bike Can (Not) You Ride?

According to the federal definition of an electric bicycle, e-bikes are divided into classes that denote their level of motor assistance, it determines what and where you can ride. Learning which class of e-bike you need is an essential decision point: What is the Difference Between 1,2,3 Class of E-bike? Class Type Definition Class 1 A bicycle equipped with a motor that kicks in only when you pedal-assist only and stops helping at 20 mph. Class 2 A bicycle equipped with a motor has a pedal-assist mode up to 20 mph plus a purely throttle-assist mode. Class 3 A bicycle equipped with a motor is solely pedal-assist (like class 1), but assistance continues until you reach up to 28 mph....

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