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When I first tried out foldable electric bikes years ago I quickly found that they were not the answer to my long-term back problems. I quickly found that they were way too heavy and not easy to store. It took some time to decide if I even liked them. But after putting them on the shelf for over a year, I have come to the conclusion that they are a fantastic way to get serious about cycling without breaking the bank.

A common question when buying a new bike is “Do I need a battery? If so, what size?” A battery is required for the standard forklift style foldable electric bicycles. It’s best to get a big battery for your trunk so that you can store it there and then easily pull it out when you need to use it. And since there’s no need for a large rack for transporting, the space you can cover with a foldable electric bicycle is a major plus.

Other questions to ask when buying a new foldable electric bicycle include “Will this bike fold up with or without a drive chain?” (drive chains are the ones you see on old folding bikes and are permanently attached) and “Do I need to lubricate the chain?” (icycling causes a buildup of grease on drive chains.) And if you’re like me at all, you’re probably asking yourself “What else do I have to do?”

After taking all of these questions into consideration, it appears that the answer to the question of “what I like and don’t like about foldable electric bikes” is simply “not much”. These bikes are pretty much all the same. The difference in price is just the amount of features you get, and the quality of those features.

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You may be tempted to just go out and buy the cheapest folding bike you can find, but you’d be wrong. First of all, when it comes to an electric bicycle, you want to make sure you get one that feels comfortable to ride. Look for reviews and try out the folding bike frame and motor condition for a few days, if possible in the store.

If you prefer to ride the e-bike in style, look for sleek, modern looking frames that are both lightweight and strong. These are called “saddlebags” by some people and are a great investment if you are serious about racing. You will not be able to use them on wet surfaces, but you will be able to use them on smooth surfaces like your driveway. Most commuters I know love the look and feel of a saddlebag over a traditional saddlebag.

A third option that is growing in popularity is the swagcycle. The swagcycle looks like a normal electric bike, but it actually converts into a stationary bike when you stop riding it. When you put it in gear and ride it forward, it becomes a stationary electric bike. You just peddle like you would on a regular bicycle. A swagcycle is an ideal commuter vehicle for commuters who like to bike everywhere but not like to wear a bag or wear their electric scooters on public roads. You can leave your swagcycle plugged in to charge your battery and go wherever you want.

Folding electric bikes take up less storage space than traditional bikes do, even when you add the battery and the motor. You don’t need to have a dedicated storage space to store these things because they fold up vertically. You can store them on the bottom of your bike or in a rack that goes on the back of your bike. Many commuters like to have one or two of these devices to take with them and make traveling more convenient.

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