Why people are not buying electric bike?
Electric bikes are the future of transport. They are environmentally friendly and safe, but they still have some challenges to overcome before they become popular among riders.
People don’t know about availability of e-bikes:
One of the reasons people are not buying electric bikes is because they don't know about them. For example, if you have never ridden an e-bike before and you were looking at different types of electric bicycles, it may be difficult for you to understand which one would work best for your needs. The same can be said for maintenance and battery charging. You may not know how often to charge your battery or how long it takes for a full charge on your e-bike. Once again, this could lead to frustration with the product and possibly even disappointment when riding it around town in traffic or on trails where there are hills involved.
The other reason people aren’t buying electric bikes is because they don’t understand their benefits over traditional pedal cycles (i.e., non-electric). The main advantage to owning an e-bike is that they allow riders more freedom while being able to conserve energy while also getting exercise in their daily lives! Some examples include going faster/longer distances than normal pedal cycles allowed before; carrying heavier loads than possible when only using pedals; moving uphill without sweating profusely from exertion due too much effort required by traditional bicycles.
Electric bikes are too heavy to carry around.
You will also need to carry the battery on your back when you are not riding the electric bike. This can be quite heavy, especially if you have a long way to go or a lot of hills. The charger itself is also quite heavy, and this means that your bag will weigh more when it has an electric bike in it.
Electric bikes are heavier than regular bikes because they have batteries inside them which store energy for use when moving along. The battery needs to be charged after each ride but there are different ways of charging it depending on what sort of device you're using. For example:
If you have solar panels on your house then they could generate enough power during the day time so that there's no need for any other kind of electricity at night time when everyone else might be sleeping!
Electric bikes are too expensive.
You'll want to think about how much you're willing to spend on an electric bike before you start shopping for one. There are several factors that affect the price of an electric bike:
The quality of the bike itself (what kind of battery it has and what type of motor)
Where you live and which country you live in (electric bikes are more expensive in some countries than others)
Once you have electric bike, you can’t ride it in all weather conditions.
You can’t ride it in all weather conditions.
Electric bikes are not suitable for all weather conditions; they are more suitable for dry and cool weather. If you want to go out on your electric bike in rain, snow or extreme cold, you will have to invest in some waterproofing gear or a special electric bike that can withstand harsh weather conditions. The same applies if you live somewhere where the temperature gets extremely hot during the summer months – again, an electric bike with high-quality components will make sure that this doesn’t happen (we recommend dismounting the battery when storing your e-bike).
It takes time to charge battery of electric bike.
The battery takes a long time to charge. If you are riding the electric bike, you can't charge the battery at the same time. If it is raining and you want to ride your electric bike but need to charge it first, that's not possible because there is no cover for protection from rain.
You need special license for electric bike.
The good news is that you don’t actually need a license to purchase an electric bike. However, if you want to ride one on public roads, you do need to have a valid driver’s license.
The only difference between the two types of licenses is the type of vehicle they cover – motorcycles and mopeds versus cars and trucks. In most states, there are no age requirements for a motorcycle or moped license (and thus there are no restrictions on who can buy a motorcycle). In many other states, there are minimal age requirements for getting an operator's permit (which allows someone to legally ride on private property) but may also require passing both written and road exams before receiving an operator's permit.
Electric bikes need better advertisement and better technical support
Electric bike companies need to improve their customer service. Electric bikes need better advertisement and better technical support.
The product quality of electric bikes needs to be improved. The product design of electric bikes needs to be improved. The packaging of electric bikes also needs improvement so that it is easier for customers to take apart and assemble when they are ready to use their new bike, which will increase sales numbers over time because people will feel more confident about buying something when they know exactly what they're getting into or if they have any questions they can get someone's help immediately rather than waiting weeks just trying figure things out on your own
This is why we are here. We want to make sure that everyone who lives in this world has access to a decent electric bike and no one should be left behind because they don’t know how it works or because they can’t afford one. Our mission is to build a better future for every rider in this world, so if you have any questions about our products or services please feel free to contact us at any time.