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Next year rates starting 04-01-23 will be $15.00 per hour for each bike rented.
(1) One hour per bike
An adult 18+ years of age is required for all rentals.
All bikes are rented at a first come first serve basis. Please book in advance to ensure we will have a bike available when you will be present.
We wanted to share with you the most frequently asked questions about electric bikes. It should be said that there are tons of questions about electric bikes. If there is a question that has not been answered, please send us a message anytime!
Think of an electric bike as a conventional bicycle that also had a battery, motor, and mode of acceleration. The motor can be located in the hub of the front or rear wheel (hub drive) or within the crank of the pedals (mid-drive unit). The battery varies in volts and amperage in which the combination effects uphill power and distance. The battery can be located in either the rear rack or in the down tube of the bike's frame. There are two modes of acceleration, pedal assist and throttle. Pedal assist only activates the motor when you are pedaling (hence the name). Throttle allows you to engage the motor without the need to pedal (think of a moped). There are many combinations that effect battery life and riding style, so you'll want to consider all three when choosing a bike.
Typically, electric bikes travel upwards of 20 miles per hour, but some can travel up to 28 miles per hour (and can be called S-Pedelecs).
An electric bike's distance is ultimately dependent on their battery capacity. For example, Pedego has battery upgrades that can allow their bikes 35 - 60 miles of assistance. Other brands, like Stromer, have battery upgrades to allow up to 110 miles of travel. We typically say to expect an average of 25 - 40 miles on a bike.
Most often, you can charge your battery on or off the bike. Your battery will have a charging port, often closed off with a cap to help prevent debris and dust from getting into the port. Charging the battery is as simple as charging a phone. Flip open the cap, insert the charger, and plug the charger into the wall.
Charging your electric bike battery depends on its capacity, but a good estimate is 4 - 6 hours from an empty battery to full.
No, they don't. Some bikes have regenerative braking, however.
We wrote a great article about storing electric bike batteries in this article.
In many areas, you can ride electric bikes as you would a normal bicycle. For some states, they have restrictions. We suggest researching your state's electric bike laws.