Permission to ride eBike, Sir!

Episode 178 May 19, 2021 00:39:36
Permission to ride eBike, Sir!
Wisco Weekly
Permission to ride eBike, Sir!
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Show Notes

Since the pandemic, eBikes sales have exploded with 3.8 million units sold in 2020, a 23% increase year over year. With more eBikers on the roads and the trails, there is also more novice riders who are unfamiliar with the 'rules of the road' and 'biking etiquette.' 

 

eBikers can know the rules of the road by visiting their state's department of motor vehicle website, and can learn bike etiquette by riding with experienced bikers. In episode #178, learn more about the rules of the road per the California Vehicle Code and a former triathlete.

 

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