As e-bikes grow in popularity, so too do the number of thieves looking for a chance to snatch them. E-bikes are three times more likely to get stolen than regular cycles, so you want to ensure that yours is locked up safe and sound.
Great care is often taken to store bicycles, and it’s no different with e-bikes. You could even argue that an electric bike needs more love when it comes to storing it. After all, they do tend to be more expensive and carry a battery.
With electric bikes growing in popularity, it’s only natural that people are becoming more intrigued and therefore starting to ask more questions. One of those queries is around e-bike conversion kits and if they’re worth it.
E-bikes have got everyone excited, with a growing number of people riding them around towns and cities across Europe. But there’s still an element of mystery surrounding the electronic bike and everything it entails.
A new e-bike seems to come to market every day, and now we’ve got smart bikes to choose from too. If you’re thinking about buying an electric cycle but aren’t quite sure which one to get, the introduction of a smart bike could complicate things further.
The e-bike craze is underway, but they're still new to most cyclists. So before you trade in your regular cycle for an e-bike, you might have some questions, especially when it comes to insurance. That's what this guide is for – to answer questions you may have about e-bikes and how to insure them.
The e-bike revolution is well underway, with a growing number of cyclists using electric bikes. However, with increased usage comes a laser-sharp focus on the laws around riding them. Are the rules around e-bikes the same as regular cycles? We’ve got the answers with this guide to e-bike laws.