Electric-assisted bikes are some of the most popular modes of transportation in 2020. From their sharp design, expert handling, and clean electric power, e-bikes are a cool way to take your riding experience to the next level!
Not a Road Bike and Not A Motorcycle
You are in control! With a special torque sensor or pedal-assist mode, you control the amount of electric power and speed of each ride. You can boost speed or dial it back to safely maneuver through traffic with ease. This way of riding is very intuitive, so you’ll get the hang of it with just a few short rides on your new bike.
Boost Up the Power Support
Choose the right amount of support with pedal assist features. RIDEL’s EKO, for instance, comes with a torque sensor for improved performance. A torque sensor automatically and intuitively delivers the right amount of support with the pedal-assist feature, exactly when needed. Pedal-assist makes the journey smoother.
Greater E-Bike Mileage
Based on the conditions of the trip — weight, weather, terrain — e-bike mileage can range from 20 miles to 38 miles. If you’re not a well-trained rider, an e-bike is a great way to cover more distance in a shorter amount of time. For instance, you can go for a 30-mile ride all without breaking a sweat! A huge benefit is being able to ride in the forest or on a mountain trail with all of the traction and comfort you need. If outdoor adventure is your thing, you can find a mountain electric bike that combines fitness and an intelligent power assist system.
A Big Win for Sports Fans and Adrenaline Junkies
Extreme sports fans have jumped on the electric bike craze. RIDEL’s Tripster was built for this reason and for all types of terrain. Super fat Chaoyang 20 x 4.0 all-terrain tires provide improved grip and traction on even the most challenging terrain (like off-road dirt trails) during every season. Not to mention this bike has the ability to power up hills and downhill alike, so an extreme rush while you’re descending down a mountain.
Electric Bike or Road Bike?
Most purist cyclists say that adopting an electric-assisted bicycle means giving up on the primitive functionality of biking. But actually, studies have found that riding an electric bike uses more energy than a standard bike. This is mostly attributed to the fact that electric bicycle enthusiasts are so excited by their bikes that they spend more time on it than a traditional bike, and can ride longer distances without having to stop or take breaks.
So the good news is that riding an e-bike actually translates to physical exercise, if you want it!
The Future of Urban Transportation
It’s no secret that electric bikes are the way of the future! And this upward trend has encouraged urban planners to rethink how they design and build cities. For instance, creating more bike-friendly paths and infrastructure that makes for an easy and enjoyable commute.