The Evolution Of Electric Bicycles: Faster, Simpler And Safer
In the last century, urban design mainly served cars. Bicycles and their need for space and storage are usually thought of later. However, although cars may still be common in the coming decades, more and more cities have begun to reallocate available space to meet the needs of other transportation including bicycles and electric bicycles. With the increased need for e-bikes, it is a reform for transportation at this age. At the same time, it is also an evolution for electric bikes.
In fact, compared with ordinary bikes, electric bikes can be said to integrate the advantages of bikes, and adding electric elements on the base of it to improve more performance. It can not only ride on the bicycle lane like a bicycle, but also can be parked at any place where the bicycle can be parked. At the same time, electric bikes are stronger, more durable, and easier to use than traditional bicycles. In short, electric bicycles are very convenient, practical, and relatively high quality, so they become more and more popular among people. Even though electric bicycles are more expensive than conventional bicycles, but are cheaper than most cars and are basically sufficient to meet the needs of daily errands. Some of the e-bike buyers use e-bikes as an alternative to cars, rather than upgraded versions of bicycles.
With the popularity of electric bicycles, the use of it becomes more and more, such as delivering. If you need to deliver lots of food orders to people every day, a day may overwhelm a traditional bicycle, but if you use a car, it will be expensive and not very suitable. So the best choice may be an electric bicycle. A survey shows that electric bicycles not only delivered faster than cars, but also received higher customer service scores. One of the studies found that electric bicycles can take a fifth of the delivery orders in recent years, and the data is increasing. On this basis, the global food delivery industry may be deeply affected in the future.
In fact, electric bicycles are expected to be the first solution to solve the last-mile distribution problem in cities. They do not emit carbon, and they take up far less road space than cars when driving or parking. Logistics companies can determine when to use electric bicycles instead of cars or trucks based on comparative data, thereby reducing delivery time and costs.
The shape of electric bicycles is getting simpler, but stability is getting better. Ultra-large-capacity batteries have also become smaller, lighter and simpler. But the quality is guaranteed, so don't worry about it. Himiway electric bikes are equipped with Samsung 48V 17.5Ah batteries to ensure a long life span and high performance. The long range is over 60 miles per charge on pedal-assist mode and around 35 miles on pure electric power mode.
The brake system of the electric bicycle is now associated with the tail light, that is, the integrated brake light, which greatly improves safety performance. For example, the Himiway electric fat tire bike has excellent performance. Powered using the main battery pack and features brake light functionality that is activated any time the brakes are applied. At the same time, the front and rear 180mm mechanical disc brakes provide you with strong stopping power even in loose and/or wet terrain.
The evolution of electric bikes just begins. An important step is to give more space to bicycles and electric bikes, which will make the city more suitable for cycling. The way of sharing a crowded road with a huge metal-enclosed car under the protection of only a helmet would be hesitant and worried for many bikers. It is gratifying that there is still plenty of room for reallocation. In some cities, effective road reconstruction has caused people to change their habits significantly: people are more likely to go out on bicycles or electric bicycles. On the contrary, if urban planning does not consider the needs of cyclists, it will reduce the utilization rate of bicycles or electric bicycles. Therefore, there is still a lot of room for better planning.