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A House Bill Would Offer Tax Credit For An E-Bike

The E-BIKE Act creates a consumer tax credit that will cover 30% of the cost of the e-bike, up to a $1,500 credit. It only applies to new e-bikes that cost less than $8,000 and is fully refundable, allowing lower-income workers to claim the credit.

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Wanted: Americans with Basic Mechanical Skills

Electric Bike Technologies, cannot find workers to supply growing demand at his manufacturing center in Bristol Township.

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She was stopping and looking at people’s yards. And looking at the rabbits, and squirrels. And I’m thinking, ‘Oh my God, you’re free.

“When Allison came back from her first ride on her own, she said to me, ‘I’ve never really seen our own neighborhood before’. And I’m thinking, ‘Oh my God, you’re free’.”

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Giving Tuesday with Fox 29 and Jason Kraft of Electric Bike Technologies.

Today is Giving Tuesday with Fox 29 and Jason Kraft of Electric Bike Technologies.

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Pandemic Spurs Demand for E-Bikes

Electric Bike Technologies, in Bucks County have been trying to keep up with demand during the pandemic. Their big seller is DIY e-Bike kits.

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“I’m so happy, that I found you guys!” Leo told us at the shop, and everyone at E-BikeKit is more than happy that we were able to help out Leo and his family.

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Caring for Your Electric Bike or Trike this Winter

As the weather begins to drop and the snow starts to fall, it is increasingly important to know how to properly care for your electric bike and its Lithium-ion battery. It may be possible for some people to ride their bikes during the winter months, while others must pack them away until the warmer weather returns. Whether you plan to ride in the cold and snow or if you decide to pack your e-bike away, we've got you covered with some commonly asked questions. Q: Can I ride in the snow? A: We definitely don't recommend riding in deep snow or...

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E-BikeKit Converts a Sun Seeker Fat-Tad Recumbent Trike

The Electric Fat-Tad Recumbent Trike is built regularly for customers of www.ElectricTrike.com by Electric Bike Technologies in Croydon, PA. If you have a Sunseeker Fat Tad and wish to convert it on your own, the following may help. If you would like to purchase the kit and add-ons used in this conversion, you can now purchase a kit special for your Fat-Tad from us online here, or by calling us at 866.882.3245 Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm EST.   Special Considerations: The LCD is mounted onto the vertical handlebars with a Topeak BarXtender.            Locking e-brake handles were installed...

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Electric Catrike - E-BikeKit.com

Catrike Expedition converted with a 26" Performance E-BikeKit This Catrike Expedition was a custom conversion done at Electric Bike Technologies in Croydon, PA. If you have a Catrike Expedition and wish to convert it on your own, the following may help. If you would like to purchase the kit and add-ons used in this conversion, you can now purchase a kit special for your Catrike from us online here, or by calling us up - we'll include extras to make the conversion go as smoothly as possible! you can order them from our online shop or call us at 866.882.3245 Monday - Friday...

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All About Tim Sway and UpTriCycle

This Saturday, Oct. 7, Tim Sway will showcase his “UpTriCycle” at the Greater Hartford Mini Maker Faire. Sway calls the UpTricycle an “off grid, electric, solar charging mobile maker space and carrier for upcycling makers.” He uses minimal tools and footprints in his creation for unlimited potential. On his YouTube page, Sway made a comparison video between a gas-powered trike and an electric trike. He purchased a gas-powered trike first, and then converted that same trike to electric with our E-Bike Conversion Kit. After testing out both designs and comparing the two, Sway decided that the electric tricycle was superior...

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