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Electric bike tips on the blog

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The fast-growing industry of electric bikes offers cyclists a lot of choices when it comes to choosing the eBike that suits one’s riding style. A big advantage of electric bikes, and the reason why they are so popular is their versatility. EBikes ability to assist the rider when it is needed is by far their main strength.
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We don't like stereotypes and believe that everyone can ride our eBikes, regardless of age. If you are a senior looking for a low-impact way to keep fit and active, an electric bike might be the perfect solution.
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The perfect eBike for women isn’t necessarily an eBike targeted specifically towards women. The perfect women’s electric bike is one that fits and feels just right to you. We believe we’ve created that perfect combination in a commuter eBike that does it all. We designed it for everyone. But when you ride it, you’ll feel it was designed specifically for you.  
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Each state in the US has unique electric bike laws. While each law can be written a bit differently, many states share a basic framework that there are three e-bike classes. This means that there are laws on the books that dictate how and where you can ride an eBike. If this weren’t complicated enough some cities adopt their own laws regarding eBikes, such as where you can park or whether an eBike is allowed to have a throttle. 
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Big cities’ experience, though, has made it clear that eBikes also belong on city streets ‒ both for personal and commercial use. We’ll use the example of New York City to prove it to you. The main objection to using these vehicles commonly, as with any other electric-powered vehicle, is the charging problem. But is it really a problem, though?
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We get questions and feedback quite often here at Delfast. It is one of the highlights of the job. Interacting with our customers and community helps us to keep a pulse on what’s important. How our products affect you is priority number one. 
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A lot of bikers with a passion for mountain rides switched to electric-assist mountain bikes. This is also the case for many fans of offroad riding.  Sometimes the terrain you can meet during your offroad rides requires extra effort both from you and your two-wheeler. This is where having a full suspension electric mountain bike can come in handy.
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Enjoying the beautiful summer season on a picturesque ride, the warm wind on your face, and your new eBike powering up that trail is the perfect way to soak up the sun. Be sure your eBike is prepared before the ride to help ease any worry and make the experience smooth and easy. 
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The battery is the most crucial part of your eBike as so many other components rely on it to operate properly. Without it many of the functions you rely on would simply not work. It is also a large piece of the overall price of the eBike, so it is vital to learn proper care, storage, riding and charging habits so the battery lasts for years to come. 
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August 24th is Ukraine’s Independence Day. It also happens to be the date that marks 6 months since Russia began its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine; the Homeland of Delfast. Like any startup with Ukrainian roots, our team has gone through a lot in the last 182 days: evacuations from dangerous places, living in bomb shelters, leaving home and becoming refugees, experiencing separations from family and friends, and being absolutely exhausted by the trauma of it all.
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While there are many good reasons to purchase an eBike, the number one reason people and businesses cite when buying an electric bike: Money.
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The invention and wide use of the controller has helped the eBike industry explode in recent years. The controller is the CPU (central processing unit) of the eBike that receives power from the battery and transfers it to all the various components of the bike along with signals giving specific instructions for which functions to perform. 
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Los Angeles is joining the many US cities getting more serious about the health of its residents and the earth. Designated bike lanes, new paths and trails, and eBike-friendly laws are just a few of the many reasons to make LA your next eBike destination.
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Summer is the quintessential season for road trips. The US is filled with iconic destinations to explore, and many are best explored on two wheels rather than four. Might we suggest a minor edit in your road-tripping plans?
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Summer is the perfect season for taking your eBike out on the trails or hitting the road. Exploring new paths, visiting picturesque sights, and enjoying the summer sunshine and clear weather are just a few of the many incentives to make sure your eBike is ready for summer.
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Being eco-conscious is more than a trend, but is a personal choice to lighten the weight of our human-made burden on the planet. The whole “going green” concept is not a quick decision, but rather a long-term commitment to decrease your environmental footprint, and instead create a more sustainable way of life.
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Why do you really need to insure your eBike? It doesn’t matter whether you use your eBike strictly for day-to-day commuting or for long trips ‒ all that matters is your safety, including the financial one.
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There are plenty of bike-friendly streets and routes, and local eBike laws are very liberal. In fact, exploring NYC is way better than doing it on your feet or using public transportation.
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