Electric Bikes


How safe is that e-bike? 

We all want to feel comfortable riding our new electric bike and charging it at home.
Here are the 4 important categories you should be asking of your new e-bike.


UL 2849

Your e-bike is UL 2849-certified for protection against fire hazards

One of the biggest dangers posed by an unsafe e-bike is a fire hazard. You should always choose a UL 2849-certified e-bike system and battery when purchasing an e-bike.

EFBE testing

Your e-bike frame is tested and certified to handle heavy loads

E-bikes come advertised with a stated load limit, and it's imperative that the most crucial parts of the bike - the frame and fork - are third-party lab-tested and certified to ensure they can withstand the forces associated with the claimed weight capacity.

electric bike parts
Your e-bike components are more than suitable for the rigors of the road

Riding an e-bike bike places loads of stress on the frame, fork, brakes, and wheels. You need higher quality components to ensure a smooth stable ride when riding at speed, and to help you be able to stop on a dime, in rain or shine.

electric bike mechanic
Your e-bike is built and checked by a professional

You would never buy a car online and assemble it yourself. E-bikes are also complex machines that should be built and checked by professionals. Your local bike shop is the best place to get started safely with your new e-bike.


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