Electric Bike Technologies has been designing and manufacturing electric bike products since 2008. Today the company consists of 3 major brands (E-BikeKit, Liberty Trike and ElectricTrike.com). We are based in beautiful Bucks County PA and our headquarters is a 17,000 sq ft warehouse and office space on the Delaware River. We have a growing team of experienced people working hard to ensure product quality and excellence in service. Below are some of the talented individuals that make EBT one of the best electric bike companies in the United States.
Click each bio to learn more about the individuals that make our company great.
It's my job to make sure the people on this page are happy with their work and given everything they need to be successful.
I try to remind everybody when things get busy here to relax and have fun. After all... we work with electric bikes! How cool is that?
I'm incredibly grateful to be able to work in this business and promise to continue focusing on making relevant high quality products that help people ride more.
Brian brings a level of business acumen to Electric Bike Tech that ensures we’re laying the groundwork for long-term success.
A professional investor, Mike is committed to helping make the most informed decisions that will guide the company in the right direction.
Alec does everything here and we're pretty sure he sleeps at the shop sometimes to get the job done. The meticulous engineering and attention to detail that goes into our products happens because of Alec.
Nichole is likely the first person you speak with when you call, and she prioritizes orders out the door... so be nice! She's also Fred's mom.
Harry is a master metal worker and makes some awesome stuff. He can turn a rusted bike frame into a museum quality showpiece. He's the reason why your wheel is solid and true.
Ryan works hard to meet high demands at an even higher quality of service. He mainly goes by "Frank" to avoid being confused with Ryan Herrmann.
Jeromy assembles the folding, recumbent and traditional trikes from electrictrike.com. He often stands back and admires his work.
If you've ever called in and heard a dog barking in the background, that was just Fred trying to say hello!