Green Light Cycle Ltd.™ offers two Canadian-made models of e-bikes, Urban Ryder and Urban Cruiser, which are designed for commuting in today’s urban city. Both are economical, strong, silent, and fun to ride.
In the bustling urban landscape of the lower mainland. with its hilly terrain, finding an efficient and sustainable mode of transportation that does not leave you exhausted on your way to work, can be a game-changer. Electric bikes are becoming the modern solution to urban commuting.
In Toronto, ebikes are classified as bicycles and must follow the same rules and regulations. Riders must be at least 16 years old, wear a helmet, and obey all traffic laws. Ebikes cannot exceed a maximum speed of 32 km/h and should have working lights and bells.
If you're looking for a more efficient, enjoyable, and environmentally friendly mode of transportation, e-bikes are the ideal choice. These two-wheelers allow you to turn your daily commute into an exciting adventure.
As of June 1, 2023, residents of British Columbia can get a rebate when they buy a new e-bike. The rebate, which is calculated per person based on income, will help make e-bikes a more affordable and accessible transportation option.
Winter’s here and you’re probably wondering what to do with your e-bike. It’s been your trusty companion through the year, or perhaps you’ve just got one for the holidays. Whatever the case, you want to make sure your electric bike is ready to hit the road as soon as the weather permits. Read on to learn how to care for your e-bike properly through the winter .