August 18,2023

Best Tips and Tricks for Improving Your Riding Experience

Do you own an ebike? If so, you have come to the right place. Here, you will learn how to get the most out of your electric friends.

Whether you are an experienced ebike rider or just new to electric bikes, I think it is always necessary to improve your ebike rides cause most ebikes are costly. It will be kind of a waste of money and loss if you still don’t know the best tricks and tips about electric bikes.

So, you know what I am going to explain. Let’s keep reading to find out those tricks and tips.

1. Never Let the Battery Die Out

Some people may tell you that try not to drain your phone battery as it is going to hurt it. In fact, it is true for electric bike batteries.

Simply, once your ebike batteries die out completely, they could be damaged even though you can recharge them every time. With so many friends that own ebikes, I could tell some of them have broken their batteries just because they always drain them out and leave them uncharged for a long time.

So, make sure you charge your batteries every time you ride back home, no matter how much juice you used. You have to get into this habit.

2. Invest in Ebike Accessories

I know most of you guys don’t take it necessary to have accessories except protective gear like helmets, knee pads, etc, but you could explore something new, right? Did you still remember the last time when you check out the accessory list of any ebike manufacturer?

There are still many ebike accessories that are worth investing in to make your ebike rides better. For example, an ebike rack (or ebike hitch rack) can help you transport your ebikes on your cars while you are out traveling or on any other long-distance journeys.

Also, if you wish your little kids can join and share the happiness of riding an ebike, an ebike trailer can work things out. It is designed to carry children safely.

Of course, there are still many ebike accessories that can improve your overall riding experience. It is up to you to explore more of them.

3. Don’t Pedal While Cornering or Taking Turns

This point is all about ebikes with PAS. We all know that we can pedal to get electric power on PAS ebikes. It is a great feature and super fun, but it could also lead to accidents and injuries.

A fact is that we need to slow down when cornering, but most of us tend to pedal subconsciously while doing that. On a traditional bike, it is fine in most cases. However, if you do that on an ebike with PAS, you may possibly lose your balance or control due to the sudden electric power. It may sound impossible, but the truth is that we can easily lose control of any kind of vehicle while taking turns.

4. Ride with a Group

Believe it or not, group rides can really cheer you up, whether you are outgoing or introverted. You can share your experience with all the like-minded riders. This process of communication leads to all kinds of exciting things about ebikes, including exchanging tips and tricks, exploring new routes and trails, or even taking up some challenges you’ve never done before on your own.

5. Inspect Tire Pressure Regularly

Tire pressure can affect your riding experience in a way that you may not notice easily. Overinflated tires get flat easier while underinflated tires lead to more rolling resistance. If you do not want to get stuck in the middle of the road with flat or underinflated tires, you’d better get into the habit of checking out tire pressure regularly.

Of course, you don’t have to check out your tire pressure every day. For me, I would love to do that once a week, and no issues so far. You can do that based on your own needs.

If you are not sure how much air pressure you should get, please check out Magicycle’s blog.

By implementing these tips and tricks, I am sure you can significantly enhance your riding experience. If you would love to learn more about ebike knowledge, please stay tuned for Magicycle, you will find what you need!

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