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Like any revolutionary, zeitgeist changing mode of wonder-transport, the Electric Bike is subject to its fair share of stigma.
Electric bike riders have to contend with the accusation that their preferred mode of transport is cheating, their electric powered bicycle isn't really saving energy and the implication can be that the ebike rider is self-righteous for even bothering. But how do these myths hold up under scrutiny? Is it wise to invest? Read on:
Red tape has been blessedly absent from electric bike ownership. Unlike most other forms of motorised transport, e-bikes don’t require registration, license plates or insurance, and anyone over the age of 14 can ride them legally in the UK.
Unfortunately, disparities between EU and UK legislation have long allowed for a ‘grey area’ when it comes to the specifics. Now (at long last) the Department for Transport has moved to harmonise Britain’s own electric bike laws with the rest of Europe. But what does that mean for me and you?