Area 13 - Electric Bikes that are out of this world.

Save Your Ebike Rights | EP 14

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Hey, everybody. Welcome back to the Bolton EBikes podcast, a place where you can learn about electric bikes and also anything involving or affecting the use of electric bikes. I've got something really important to share with you today about possibly a new place. You could use your electric bike. But there's something you need to do first in order to make that happen. 

During this episode you’ll learn more about: 

  • The difference between Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 ebikes and why that is important for you to be aware of. 
  • Why it’s valuable to understand the regulations in State parks. 
  • How you can share your opinion so you can ride your electric bike on BLM land. 
  • Why it’s so important to share this podcast with all of your ebike riding friends. 
  • My prediction on what is in the future for ebikes in relation to public lands and how it will affect you. 

I think more regulation is not necessarily a bad thing, as long as it's doing it in the right way and we're allowing e-bikes to be used to their full potential. I think there are still some holes. There's a lot of things that need to be worked on, but we've got to take it one step at a time. We as an Ebike community, so you and I are in this together that we have a chance to make a change. Thank you for listening to The Bolton Ebikes Podcast. 


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