4 Tips for beginners riding electric bikes.
Riding a bike is fun. Riding an electric bike is also fun. But despite their obvious similarities, riding an electric bike can provide a somewhat different experience to that of a normal bike, by virtue of the pedal-assist nature and, of course, its electric motor. As a result, you may have wondered how to ride an electric bike.
Before your e-bike hits the road
1，Make sure it's fully charged, and when you first get your e-bike, be sure to fully charge it according to the manufacturer's instructions.
A full charge usually takes 8 to 12 hours total, just in case you need this power to get you where you want to go.
2，Check your electric bike’s tire pressure understanding and Testing Your Brakes Brake Lightly And EvenlyElectric bikes are heavier than traditional bikes and require more of your attention on braking.
Make sure your e-bike tires are properly inflated before you take off. If your tires aren’t inflated enough, you’ll have slower speeds and you risk a blowout or accident.It is always advisable to have a simple bike air pump and an emergency repair kit with you. If you have them available, pack them with you on the trip.
3，Ride safely，choose the right helmet for safety，The best commuter helmets offer good protection in the event of a crash, and will also get you to your destination without overheating. or during low light conditions (such as early morning), riders should have lights on their bikes so they can be seen by other vehicles.Wear a helmet, ride safely, and don't forget a bottle of water, you won't regret it later.
4, Obey the rules of the road.Bike in the direction of traffic and obey traffic lights.use hand signals，visible to the car drivers than you driving your e-bike on the extreme edge of the way.biking in a predictable manner can go a long way to keep you safe on the road.
Second, there are laws and regulations involving the use of ebikes. Be sure to familiarize yourself with your local laws and regulations before riding your bike.
Finally, have fun!
Perform basic maintenance, such as recharging the battery and checking tire pressure to be ready for your next adventure. You are all set!
Bringing in a more experienced rider to tag might also be a good way to overcome those first-time jitters。