Not sure where to ride? Easy
Whether your Charge e-bike is your first bike, or you’re transitioning to an e-bike from a traditional bicycle, it’s important to know where you can and can’t ride. E-bikes are currently regulated by individual states, and in some cases by municipalities as well, so be sure to familiarize yourself with your local laws.
In most states across the country, e-bikes are treated much like traditional bicycles when it comes to access to bicycle trails, lanes and paths. This means you can ride your e-bike virtually anywhere you’d ride a traditional bike. Whether you’re riding for exercise, transportation or simply for the fun of it, you can e-bike the best mix of roads, paths and trails to get to your destination.
PeopleForBikes.org has an excellent state-by-state e-bike guide that offers an overview of the laws governing electric bike riding in each state. Be sure to check out the guide, then strap on your helmet and get rolling on your next great adventure!
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