EG Electric Bikes
Electric bicycles have been around since the late 1800s,
but it is in recent years that they have grown significantly
in popularity. EG electric bikes are manufactured by EverGreen
in Indonesia and EG Bicycles in the United States of America.
In addition to electric bikes, they produce most other types
of bicycles. EverGreen is part of P.T. Kartika Agrapuspa,
an Indonesian-based company. EG Bicycles is a division of
Metronome LLC USA. One significant thing about the bicycles
produced by these two companies is that they utilize Lithium-ion
batteries, which are generally considered to be a better quality
battery with regard to holding charge and battery life, as
well as being lightweight.
Some of the specific models of EG electric bikes include
the Monte Carlo, Athens, Oahu, Maui, Bali, Milan, Vienna,
Le Mans, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Kyoto and Enterprise.
Electric bikes are one of the more cost efficient, greener
varieties of transportation available around the world. They
are especially useful in larger cities, where owning and/or
regularly using a car is not always the most practical choice.
Unlike a non-motorized bicycle, electric models allow the
rider to enjoy the benefits of exercise without creating the
problem of a smelly ride to work. The motor provides the necessary
backup for a rider to make it up a hill or stop by the store
on his or her way home. It cuts travel time, and can even
be faster than driving in areas where car traffic tends to
be extremely heavy during peak hours.
The cost of an EG electric bike is less than that of a good
used car, especially once the cost of fuel, repairs, registration
fees, etc. are subtracted. An electric bike simply plugs into
the wall for charging. To ensure that there is enough battery
to make a trip, it can be charged wherever there is an electrical
Maximize Your Life!
There are a few ways to ensure that the life of the battery
is maximized. The most obvious is to actually do some of the
pedaling rather than relying on the bicycle motor to do it
all. Keeping the battery charged is also important. Of course,
batteries and electric bikes should have a proper place away
from inclement weather conditions when they are not in use.
In addition, one should be aware that taking an electric bike
out in bad weather will affect its speed, battery life, and
overall condition, particularly when it is done often.
Different countries and cities have different rules and laws
regarding the use and ownership of electric bikes. It is best
to learn the laws for wherever an electric bicycle is going
to be ridden to avoid getting a ticket. Consulting with local
bike shops will provide useful information as well. Depending
on location and normal speeds, an electric bicycle may be
classified as a bicycle or as a motor vehicle.
There are safety concerns when it comes to the use of electric
bicycles. While riding a bike reduces the impact on the environment
when compared with fuel exhaust, disposal of the batteries
causes some concern. Wearing a helmet is a simple, but lifesaving,
precaution that should be observed when traveling on an electric
bike. Being aware of traffic and potential obstacles is key.
On the positive side, electric bicycles can sometimes be driven
when more advanced motor vehicles cannot. They promote a healthier
lifestyle and environment. EG electric bicycles are presented
as an excellent alternative to more traditional commuter options.