With the current trend of e-bikes being popular, I can imagine how much of the market they will take over in the future. But why can you say that?
With the prevalence of e-bikes, it seems that more and more cyclists are beginning to abandon traditional bikes for e-bikes. Why is this happening? One reason is that when you can get the same features on an e-bike that you can get on a regular bike, and the e-bike can offer you even more convenience, then why would you stick to buying a regular bike? For the same or a little more money, you get a variety of experiences. It's a very worthwhile trade off. Of course, cyclists may not feel that way, as they love the bike itself more than anything else. And I'm sure the advent of e-bikes will be loved by cyclists as well.
And it's not just cyclists, but even motorcyclists or people using any type of two-wheeled vehicle, who are turning to electric bikes because of the expensive petrol and diesel. And it keeps you healthy too. You see, it saves you money and keeps you healthy at the same time. There are many more benefits, such as no registration and no insurance required.
At the same time, as battery technology continues to develop, most bikes can go 25-70 miles on a single charge, meaning that many people can use their bikes on their commute to work and also take an electric bike on an on-the-go trip. This is convenient and not too tiring. It could be argued that in some ways e-bikes could replace four-wheeled cars and two-wheeled motorbikes.
Essentially, one of the biggest attractions is that you can use an electric bike like any other bike, but you can also choose not to do any physical work, which is the ideal situation for most people.
Post time: Jan-08-2022