The Cycling Culture : Its Influence on the Growth Plans of Many U.S. Cities

The cycling culture has finally hit the mainstream in several urban areas in America, which the U.S. Census Bureau predicts will continue to spread nationwide. As most Americans carry on with different activities in urban areas, the need to safely distance by avoiding crowded transport systems, has created a vast market for e-bikes. Electric bicycles offer not only safe and environment-friendly means of transport. They also offer greater mobility in a cityscape full of traffic-congested areas.

Most city planners no longer support the one-car-person model even with electric cars. Although ecars pose as sustainable solutions in improving air quality, they can still adversely affect urban mobility. That being the case, several U.S. cities are seeing their local governments currently implementing changes to promote the prevalence of the cycling culture on a more permanent basis as part of plans for future growth. To mention a few, the cities of Colorado Springs, San Francisco and Pittsburgh are carrying out plans of becoming techno-oriented “smart hubs.”

Cultural and Transformational Changes Creating a Boom in Ebike Sales

As a result of the cultural and transformational changes taking place in several urban areas, there is now an ongoing boom in e-bikes sales throughout the country. According to expert market analysts, the increased demand initially came from consumers looking for ways to enhance their safety while commuting amidst an environment where the risks of COVID-19 infection is still high.

Yet the demand for ebikes has now exploded even as vaccines have been administered, because the availability of a battery-powered, two-wheel vehicle, provides them with a versatile personal mobility option when travelling in different conditions. It also helped that cities are making transformational changes by designating more roads for exclusive use of cyclists and pedestrians.

The greater appeal is that there are affordably priced ebikes and in different models that fit the needs of different types of consumers; including elderly folks and those with delicate health conditions. To provide examples of electric bike models that are highly in demand today, we referenced information provided by www.ponfish.com in reviewing some of the best electric bikes under $1000.

Three Top-Selling Best Electric Bikes Under $1000

Electric bike features have changed dramatically over the recent years as they are now more powerful yet lighter, while at the same time physically attractive without being too pricey. However, as much as bike manufacturers want to produce more ebikes in order to meet the rising demand, certain factors affecting the global supply chain have affected their ability to produce adequate stocks of their best selling inventory.

Nevertheless, below are three of the top-selling electric bikes affordably priced at less than $1000:

Speedrid Folding EBike with 4.0 fat tires, 500W powerful motor, 36V 12.5Ah larger capacity battery, professional transmission and updated LCD display.

Ecotric EBike with weatherproof fat tires best for beach, mountain and snow, with a 500W Brushless Gear Motor with increased climbing power, a removable powerful 48-V lithium-ion long life battery that can cover up to 22 miles per charge and an LCD display panel

EAhora Mountain EBike with a powerful 350W brushless motor that can increase speed by 40% and a removable battery that can be charged normally or by way of the manufacturer’s patented power-assist E-Pas Recharge System. The E-PAS technology allows the user to extend the life of a battery cell by converting kinetic energy into electricity, when going downhill at a speed of 15mph.